Marion Waggoner

Marion Waggoner



Marion Waggoner, 91, St. Joseph, Missouri died Monday, March 25, 2013 at a local health care facility.

She was born December 8, 1921 to John F. and Florence C. (Dome) Kantz.

She married Dr. Sharon Waggoner in 1941.

Marion was a homemaker and a member of Three Angels Seventh-day Adventist Church, Women’s Auxiliary for Buchanan County Medical Society.  She loved China painting and had many other hobbies.

She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; and sisters, Maxine Abbott and Vonda Patt.

Survivors: daughter, Marcella E. Hassen (Harlan L., DDS) Liberty, Missouri; son, John Kenneth Waggoner (Laura) Kansas City, Missouri; granddaughters, Laura Elizabeth, Katherine Lynette Hassen, and Christina Marie Waggoner; sister, Verle Stewart; nephews, Charles Lindholm and Leslie Patt; and nieces, Treasure Winkler and Phyllis Walker.

Memorial Service:  4:00 P.M. Thursday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory. Inurnment Memorial Park Cemetery.  The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.  Flowers are appreciated and for those wishing to make a contribution, the family requests they be made to Worthy Student – Seventy-day Adventist Church.

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Messages of Condolence

  1. Marilyn (Miller) McMillen says:

    Marcie, Kenny and families; so sorry to hear of your loss of your mother. She was such a beautiful lady both in looks and action. Sending prayers ,

  2. Frank Sindelar says:

    We are out of town, but wanted to express our sympathy in the loss of your mother. I have so enjoyed knowing her! We are praying for your peace and comfort at this difficult time.

  3. Joan Ruhnke Peterson says:

    So sorry to read of your mother’s death. Know this is a double loss so soon after your dad’s death. Praying for strength and comfort for all of you. Know that they are together again.

  4. Dana and Kathy Waggoner says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Ken, Marci and the rest of the family at this difficult time once again. What a wonderful women my aunt Marion was, a tribute to life itself. God still works in ways we not always understand, but i believe uncle Sharon saw the pain in aunt Marions eyes and led the way for the two of them to be re-united together in the spiritual world and at peace together.

  5. Sharon and Jib Sampson says:

    Dear Marcia and Kenny, We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom and Dad. They were both so special. They were always so kind to Jibs Mom , Dad and Carmen. They thought so much of their friendship. Jib and I also appreciated knowing them as Dr.,Nurse and as friends. We enjoyed times on their boat and as a Dr. I will never forget Doc. staying with me at the hospital when our oldest (Jeff) had the Asian flu at 18 momths old. It was a very scarey time for us.He was such a help. We missed them after they left the south end and in the latter years. We will certainly never forget them amd the memories they have left with us. Your mother was so gracious as she had to share her time with him with others. With Deepest Sympathy-Jib,Sharon,Sampson and families

  6. Dorothy Stegall & family says:

    Will be missed by the Stegall family. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Waggoner family.

    With sympathy
    Dorothy Stegall
    Joy Stegall Collins
    Dixie Stegall Akers

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