Phyllis G. Morgan, 95, a Northland resident of Kansas City, MO and member of Christ Lutheran Church, passed away on Saturday, March 31, 2018 at NorthCare Hospice House. Phyllis was born November 25, 1922 to G.G. and Frances (Schroeder) Grefe in Hastings, NE. [Read more…]
Dorothy Ann Perlik, 82, a Northland resident of Kansas City, MO passed away March 30, 2018, surrounded by family. She was born March 21, 1936 in Kansas City, KS to Leopold and Mary (Majerle) Anzicek.
Dorothy was born and raised in Kansas City, KS in the Strawberry Hill neighborhood. She attended Holy Family Grade School and graduated from the former Loretto Academy in Kansas City, MO. Dorothy spent the majority of her working years as a bookkeeper for several area churches, including the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Good Counsel Parishes.
Her most important job was that of wife and mother. Throughout her life she remained very devoted to both her Lord and her family. She was a long-time member of St. Therese Parish and was a very active member throughout this community. [Read more…]
Marion E. Gentry, 86, a Northland resident of Kansas City, MO, passed away Thursday, March 29, 2018 at the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia, MO.
Marion was born June 25, 1931 in Regal, MO to Sidney and Frances (Temple) Gentry. Marion spent the majority of his career as an extension agent for the University of Missouri. He farmed near the Hardin, MO area where his family has owned land for several generations. Marion was an active member in Rotary Club for nearly 50 years and has been a member of the Parkville Rotary Club since 2003. He was a board member of both the Northland Assistance Center and the North Lake Meadows Homeowners Association. Marion was a long-time faithful member of the First United Methodist Church of North Kansas City. He also was an avid fan of Mizzou sports teams and the Kansas City Royals. [Read more…]
Roxanne Lee Stavenau (Sulflow), 61, of Kansas City Missouri entered heaven’s gates on March 28, 2018 at Saint Luke’s Hospice House. She was surrounded by friends and family as her fight against metastatic lung cancer ended. [Read more…]
Carol Mae Van Hooser, 79, of Weatherby Lake, Missouri, passed away March 28, 2018 at her home. Carol was born September 29th, 1938, in Kansas City, Kansas, to Fern and Cody Kukuk. While attending Wyandotte High School, she was a synchronized swimmer, cheerleader, and she was crowned Homecoming Queen. Carol graduated in 1956.
Carol was happily married to Richard (Dick) Van Hooser (deceased, December, 1992) for 37 years. She has lived at Weatherby Lake for more than 45 years where she raised her family. Carol was sweet, easy-going and always a pleasure to be around. She had a calming energy as well as the precious ability to put life into perspective and focus on what was truly most important. Carol was an avid competitive tennis player for most of her life. She even played in national tournaments. She adored traveling and visiting new places. Her favorite pastimes included gardening and planning her bounty of flowers every spring, preparing photo albums of her family and trips, and cheering for her grandchildren at various events. [Read more…]