Gundy to marshal Osage County Fair Parade Friday evening

The Osage City Chamber of Commerce has announced that Pat Gundy will be the 2019 Osage County Fair parade marshal.

Gundy was born a native of Emporia, Kan., to Cash and Edna Lowry, the ninth of 11 children.  She graduated from Emporia High School in 1951.  She worked and retired from Southwestern Bell after 30 years, Lyon County Courthouse for 15 years, and Osage City preschool for 17 years.

In 1955, she married Richard Gundy, and they moved to Reading, Kan., in 1962.  She lived on the farm for 31 years, moved back to Emporia for a short stint before calling Osage City home for the last 23 years.

Gundy’s daughter is Tricia Gundy. Pat has three grandchildren, Dalton, Kaitlin, and Carter, and a great grandchild, Axel. She enjoys gardening, sewing, quilting, and being around her family.  Pat is a member of the Reading United Methodist, Marshall Club, and the Mary Elizabeth Circle of the Osage City United Methodist Church.  She also serves on the Osage City Friends of the Library board.

Gundy will marshal the annual Osage County Fair Parade, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 12, 2019, along Market Street in Osage City, Kan. The parade’s theme is “Fresh from the Farm.”

Information thanks to Osage City Chamber of Commerce.

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