Violet L. Liechti

Violet L. Liechti obituaries

Violet L. Liechti

1932-2012

 

      Violet L. Liechti, 80, St. Joseph, Missouri, died Thursday, May 24, 2012 at a local healthcare facility. 

      She was born April 12, 1932 to Clarence Melvin and Jessie Mable (Brown) Higbe in St. Joseph, Missouri.

      She married Kenneth Scott, and to this union Mark Scott, Randall Scott, Diane Donahoo and Susan Schantz were born. She then married Galen Roush. She later married Robert Liechti.

      Mrs. Liechti worked as a waitress at Les’ Restaurant for 10 years then later worked at Sherwood Medical for 11 years.

      Violet was a member of the Organ Club.

      She was preceded in death by her parents; first husband, Kenneth Scott; second husband, Galen Roush; third husband, Robert Liechti; and son, Randall Kenneth Scott.

      Survivors: her son, Mark Scott (Maria Rochelle), St. Joseph; two daughters, Diane Donahoo (Danny), Rosendale, Missouri and Susan Schantz (David), St. Joseph; step-daughter, Susan Parker; step-sons, Steve Liechti and Brian Liechti; ten grandchildren, Tammy Donahoo, Matthew Donahoo, Cheryl Scott, David Scott, Gary Scott, Susan Derr, Violet Scott, Cory Scott, Abraham Scott, and Jessica Scott; several great-grandchildren; five great-great- grandchildren; sister, Fay Yonning; and two brothers, Melvin Higbe and Ray Higbe (Sally).

      Services:  1:00 P.M. Tuesday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.  The Family will receive friends 6:00 to 8:00 P.M.  Monday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory.  The Family suggests memorial gifts to a charity of donor’s choice.

 

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  1. Kay Jones says:

    I had the PLEASURE of working with your Mother at Shewood Med. She was one of the sweetest ladies there. Always a smile and there were days there when a smile could be hard to come by. With so many women there with different personalitys but hers never changed. She was a sweetheart day after day. It made me sad to see she had passed. All of us girls at Sherwood loved her so know that we are all feeling some of your heartache today .

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