Funeral services set for Valley Falls teen killed in Friday head-on crash

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OSKALOOSA, Kan. (KSNT) – A funeral home has set services for a Valley Falls teen killed in a head-on crash north of Topeka.

(KSNT Photo/James Ryan)

Hannah L. Blick, 18, died Feb. 14 from her injuries from a head-on crash. She was driving around 1:30 a.m. on Northeast 46th Street when her car drifted into the opposite lane and struck another vehicle.

Friends and family will gather for a celebration of life at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Valley Falls Christian Church, according to Barnett Family Funeral Home. Her family requested memorial donations be sent to the Hannah Blick Memorial Fund at the Kendall State Bank in Valley Falls.

Hannah L. Blick (Courtesy Photo/Barnett Family Funeral Home)

The obituary on the funeral home’s website said Blick was a current student at Washburn University, and graduated from Valley Falls High School in 2019. She worked as a CNA at the Kelly House in Meriden, and at the Cotton O’Neil Rheumatology Clinic in Topeka.

Anyone interested in signing the funeral guestbook or sending a condolence online can do so on Blick’s obituary.

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