Ramon Criss was a longtime proponent for youth programs and the Governor's Turkey Hunt in El Dorado. Last month Sydney Wooldridge, left, of Arizona, gave Criss a hug after she shot her first-ever turkey on Criss' property.
Ramon Criss was a longtime proponent for youth programs and the Governor's Turkey Hunt in El Dorado. Last month Sydney Wooldridge, left, of Arizona, gave Criss a hug after she shot her first-ever turkey on Criss' property. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle
Ramon Criss was a longtime proponent for youth programs and the Governor's Turkey Hunt in El Dorado. Last month Sydney Wooldridge, left, of Arizona, gave Criss a hug after she shot her first-ever turkey on Criss' property. Michael Pearce The Wichita Eagle

Ramon D. Criss, killed in drowning accident, had transformed El Dorado

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