Robert Bethea, owner of Bethea Funerals and Cremations, said he expects to reopen as soon as the Kansas Department of Revenue can release his seized business assets and the Board of Mortuary Arts can conduct an inspection and give him the go-ahead.
Robert Bethea, owner of Bethea Funerals and Cremations, said he expects to reopen as soon as the Kansas Department of Revenue can release his seized business assets and the Board of Mortuary Arts can conduct an inspection and give him the go-ahead. Denise Neil The Wichita Eagle
Robert Bethea, owner of Bethea Funerals and Cremations, said he expects to reopen as soon as the Kansas Department of Revenue can release his seized business assets and the Board of Mortuary Arts can conduct an inspection and give him the go-ahead. Denise Neil The Wichita Eagle

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May 26, 2017 06:20 PM

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