Greensburg-Carl Haskell Hayse, 93, passed away Tuesday, November 25, 2014, at Kiowa County Memorial Hospital, Greensburg, Kansas. Carl was born near Greensburg, January 8, 1921, to Nathan B. Hayse and Alma Ruby Hayse, the fourth of seven children. He was a graduate of Greensburg High School Class of 1939. Carl enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1942, serving as an airplane radio technician for his enlisted time during World War II, stationed at North Island NAS, San Diego. During this time, he began a relationship with the Boy Scouts of America that continued for more than 44 years. After returning home in 1946, he took up the water well service family business with his father until his father’s death in 1947. On October 31, 1947, he married Marguerite Watson. In 1949, they gave birth to a daughter, Sonia Carol. Due to complications, Marguerite passed away 2 days later. He married Joan Wilson on June 7, 1953, and they had 4 sons, Dale, Dan, Dean, and Darol. Carl continued a long successful career as owner of Carl Hayse Water Well Service, and was especially proud of the Scoutmaster role he played with Troop 211 – Greensburg, nurturing the lives and directions of many young men, who he proudly discussed with anyone willing to listen for years after his retirement. Survivors include his wife, Joan, Greensburg. A daughter, Sonia, Hutchinson. Four sons, Dale and Monica Hayse, Mullinville, Dan and Jane Hayse, Bucklin, Dean and Jodi Hayse, Independence, and Darol and Mary Hayse, Hutchinson, a brother, Paul and Calora Hayse, Pratt. He also saw the arrival of 6 grandsons, and 2 great grandsons. He was preceded in death by his Father, Mother, three sisters, Ella Hayse, Mary Jo Tournade, Myra Smith, and two brothers, Lewie and Nathan B. Hayse Jr. He was a cradle roll member of the First United Methodist Church – Greensburg, International Organization of Oddfellows, American Legion Post #103, the Kansas Ground Water Association (Honorary Life Member), served as a member of U.S.D 422 School Board for 12 years, and also held service positions with the Kanza Council, Boy Scouts of America, having received the Silver Beaver honor, the highest Scoutmaster Award at the time. Services will be held 2:00p.m. Friday, November 28, at First United Methodist Church, Greensburg, with Pastor Terry Mayhew officiating . Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery, Greensburg. Visitation will be held Thursday, November 27 from 6:00 to 8:00pm at Fleener Funeral Home, Greensburg. Memorials are suggested to the First United Methodist Church Summer Camp Scholarship Fund, Kansas Ground Water Assn. Scholarship Fund, and the Twilight Theatre, Greensburg, all in care of Fleener Funeral Home, 514 S. Main St, Greensburg, KS, 67054.