James Agard (nee Agranoff)

Deceased Date: 2005-02-19
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - February 21, 2005 Deceased Name: JAMES K. AGARD James Kupper Agard, 60, Overland Park, KS, died Saturday, February 19, 2005, at Menorah Medical Center. Funeral services will be 11:30 a.m. Monday, February 21 at the Louis Memorial Chapel, 6830 Troost Ave. Burial at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers, family suggests contributions to Great Dane Club of Greater KC Rescue, Inc., 6800 E. Pony Creek Rd., Freeman, MO, 64746. Jim was the owner of Agard & Associates Advertising in Leawood, KS. He did a lot of volunteer work in marketing and advertising. Mr. Agard was a former member of the Board of Directors of Jewish Family and Children's Services and the American Stroke Foundation. He was a former member of Beth Shalom Synagogue. He was a graduate of Southwest High School, where he was a member of the Zend-Avesta Literary Society, the National Honor Society, and attended Missouri Boys State. Jim received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri Columbia, MO, where he was a member of ZBT Fraternity, and then received his Masters in Physiological Psychology at UMKC. He was a lifelong Kansas City area resident. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Sylvia Sander Agard, of the home; son Michael Agard and daughter Alyssa Agard, both of New York, NY. Jim was a wonderful father, adoring husband, lover of all animals, and will be greatly missed. (Arr. The Louis Memorial Chapel, 816-361-5211)
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Barbara Baier (Anderson)

Birth Date: 1944-10-22
Deceased Date: 2016-09-12
Barbara Sue Baier, 71, of Shawnee, passed away from a broken heart on September 20, 2016, at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Visitation will be 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, at the Amos Family Funeral Home. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 26, at the funeral home. Barbara will be laid to rest next to her husband Johnny, at Shawnee Mission Memory Gardens in Shawnee. Memorial contributions can be made to American Legion Post 327, Ladies Auxiliary or to the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City. Barbara was born Oct. 22, 1944, to the late Benjamin E. Anderson and Arlene L. Hartwell in Kansas City, Mo. On Nov. 8, 1967, Barbara married the love of her life Johnny. They enjoyed 45 years of marriage before Johnny passed in September of 2012. She was also preceded in death by her daughter, Denise Sue Streeter in November of 2012. Barbara was a devoted grandmother and mother. She was member of American Legion Post 327 Ladies Auxiliary. She was an avid animal lover, and was also a member of the Humane Society. Barbara is survived by her son, Darren Martin Baier, and wife Elisa Kaye Williams; a cousin, Val Wilson; and grandson, Benjamin John Joseph Moody.
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Beverly Ramsey (Bair)

Deceased Date: 2003-01-14
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - January 17, 2003Deceased Name: BEVERLY LYNN BAIR RAMSEYBeverly Lynn Bair Ramsey, age 58, of Austin, TX, died peacefully on January 14, 2003, of an unexpected heart complication that resulted in an aneurysm. Beverly loved all of her family, and her grandson, Reese. was the joy of her life. She was generous to all that knew her, always thinking of others with personalized gifts and handwritten notes. She felt fortunate to have taken several wonderful travels with her father and two sisters over the past several years. She was a long-time educator in the Round Rock community. Most recently she was on the staff of Pond Springs Elementary School where she worked with many close friends. Beverly was an active member of the Jollyville Women's Club. She also played bridge with the same group of gals since 1978. Dedicated to her Sunday School class and to Ye Seekers Circle, she was a 25-year member of Bethany United Methodist Church. She will be dearly missed by her loved ones. She was predeceased by her mother, Helen Bair of Kansas City, MO and is survived by her husband, Dan Ramsey of Austin; son, Lance Ramsey of Austin, TX; daughter, Emily Ramsey of Houston, TX; daughter-in-law, Erin Ramsey of Austin; grandson, Reese Ramsey of Austin; father, Sidney Bair of Kansas City, MO; sisters, Susie Egbert of Kansas City, MO and Linda Fisher of Denver, CO. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, January 17, at Bethany United Methodist Church, 10010 Anderson Mill Road, Austin, TX. A Reception will follow immediately after the Memorial service. The family requests memorial contributions be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 3846 W. 75th St., Prairie Village, KS 66208. (Arrangements: CookWalden Chapel of the Hills Funeral Home, 9700 Anderson Mill Rd., Austin, TX 78750 (512) 335-1155)
Caryn Carlson - September 19th, 2012
Bev was my very first friend when my family moved to KC when I was 10. She was always happy for good things that happened to others. She is thought of and missed.

Nancy Weneck (Billings)

Birth Date: 1944-01-10
Deceased Date: 2012-12-20
 Nancy Ann Weneck, 68, of Overland Park, passed away Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, surrounded by her loving family.
Nancy was born at Menorah Medical Center, in Kansas City, Mo., on Jan. 10, 1944, to Sadie and Herman Billings. With the passing of her mother at a young age, Nancy was raised by her dear aunt, Rose Gladstone.
Nancy was a dedicated educator, teaching at elementary through college levels. It was her creative talents, combined with her love of flowers and greenery, which fueled a wonderful career in floral design later in her life.
Above all, Nancy was a devoted and loving wife of 42 years to her beloved husband, Charles “Buddy” Weneck, and incredible mother to her three children, Spencer (Dana) Weneck, Sally (Brennan) Hensley and Todd (Lindsay) Weneck, and doting grandmother to her seven grandchildren, Jackson, Ava, Reagan, Cooper, Zoe, Madeleine and Grant.
Nancy lived life with great vigor, and awareness. She was passionate in her support of numerous charitable and civic endeavors. Our lives have been forever enriched by Nancy’s welcoming smile and embrace, cultured intellect, sharp wit, and her spirited sense of humor. We are eternally grateful of the values, courage and principles she instilled in all who knew her. To her family and friends, Nancy will be greatly missed, and forever loved.
Services were held Sunday, Dec. 23, at Congregation Beth Torah, with interment in the Congregation Beth Shalom section in Mount Moriah Cemetery South, 10507 Holmes Road. The family would kindly request donations be made to Kansas City Hospice House & Palliative Care, 9221 Ward Parkway, Suite 100, Kansas City, MO 64114 or Congregation Beth Torah.
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Charles Blackmar

Birth Date: 1944-08-06
Deceased Date: 1944-01-01
Charles A. Blackmar, 49, of Kansas City, died on January 1, 1944.  The son of former Missouri Chief Justice Charles B. Blackmar, Charles received a bachelor degree from Washington University in St. Louis before earning a law degree from the University of Missouri (Columbia) Law School in 1969.  He served as assistant attorney general of Missouri from 1969 to 1977.  He served as counsel to the Kansas City Board of Elections Commission from 1981-1989.  At the time of his death he worked for the Seigfried, Bingham, Levy, Seltzer and Gee law firm.  His profile appeared in Who's Who in American Law,  7th and 8th editions, 1992-93.  He was a member of the Kansas
City, Missouri Bar Association, the Lawyers' Association of Kansas City and the Rockhill Club.  He was an Eagle scout and a lifelong resident.  Survivors include his wife, Karen J., son Charles, two brothers, Thomas and George, and two sisters Lucy and Elizabeth.
--KC Star, 3 Jan. 1994
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Linda Niebur (Bowen)

Birth Date: 1944-02-11
Deceased Date: 2017-09-19
Linda Kay Niebur, daughter of Loin and Audrey Bowen, was born in Kansas City on February 11, 1944 and died peacefully after a long struggle with cancer on September 19, 2017. On Jan 17, 1970, she married Stephen Niebur, and they remained together for 47 happy years. After graduating Southwest High School, she began her first career as a dental assistant on the Plaza, doing this for a decade. Following her love of cosmetics and fashion, she changed careers in the early 1980s, working for a number of large department stores in Kansas City. When the family moved to Osceola, Iowa in 1988, she continued in this line of work at Osceola’s Gem Connection and several Des Moines stores. In her later years, she gave up the commute and enjoyed working at Flowers ‘N More in Osceola. “Adnil,” (a long-standing nickname) had many hobbies and interests, including reading British mysteries, cross stitching, drinking tea, and watching science fiction, mystery, and comedy TV marathons with her family. Her children inherited her love of all things British. She was also active in sports, playing soccer, golf, and bowling, appearing once on the game show Bowling for Dollars. Linda’s greatest quality was her compassion. She welcomed countless young people into her house, providing a safe place for friends of her children who lacked the stability she provided her own family. Everyone who knew her loved her, and her passing will be devastating for all her friends and family. Her generosity was notorious; she loved to shop for other people, giving beautiful and unique gifts from across the world. She loved travel, and particularly enjoyed recent trips to Hawaii and Ireland. She is survived by her husband, Stephen Louis Niebur from Osceola, IA, her son Chris and his wife Heather with their son Max from Austin, TX, another son Louis and his husband, David from Reno, NV, and her daughter Natalie and her husband, Mike and their two children, Lizzy and Violet from Hammond, IN. She is also survived by her sisters, Patricia Pope and Beverly Van Hercke, her brother Don Bowen, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother and father, her sister Shirley Walton, and her brother Mike Bowen.
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Paul Bragg

Birth Date: 1944-04-21
Deceased Date: 2002-11-02
Salina Journal , Salina, Kansas , Wednesday, November 20, 2002 Paul G. Bragg Paul G. Bragg, 68, Salina, died Nov. 2, 2002. Mr. Bragg was born April 21, 1944, at St. Louis. He was a truck driver for Salina Concrete Products, retiring in 1996. Survivors include his wife, Carol A. of Salina; a son. Michael LeRoy Duncan of Salina; three daughters , LeAnn Major of Culver, Beth Duncan of Salina and Cara Jo Bragg of Derby; two sisters, Jacqueline Bragg-Fagin of Chicago and Pamela Ann Eckert of Phoenix; and four grandchildren. The service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, 304 W. Grand, Salina. Inurnment will be private. Memorials may be made to the church. 
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Sondra Milgram (Brodkin)

Birth Date: 1944-04-20
Deceased Date: 2016-10-20
Sondra S. Milgram, 72, of Leawood, KS, passed away Thursday, October 20, 2016 at her home. Funeral services will be 10:30am Sunday, October 23, at The Louis Memorial Chapel, 6830 Troost Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64131 with burial to follow at Sheffield Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. The family suggests contributions to Sheffield Cemetery or A. Keith Brodkin Contemporary Artist project @ The Museum of Our National Heritage in Oklahoma City, OK.
She was born April 20, 1944, in Kansas City, MO, the daughter of Harry and Betty (Junsberg) Brodkin and was a lifelong area resident.
Susie was a past President of the Woman’s Auxiliary @ Menorah Medical Center and was on the Friends of Sheffield committee that helped refurbish the cemetery. She also volunteered her time at many organizations throughout Kansas City.
Susie was a very loving wife, mother and grandmother. She will be remembered for her sense of humor, patience and her beauty. Susie always had an open door policy for family and friends.
She had a magnetic way about her – people were just drawn to her. Susie never met a store she didn’t like.
Susie was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, A. Keith Brodkin.
She is survived by her husband of 50 years, Byron Milgram; her daughters and son-in-law: Lisa Milgram and Heidi and Howard Erenberg; grandchildren: Betsy Erenberg and Charlie Erenberg.
The family would like to thank the staff of Kansas City Hospice and Palliative Care and Thoughtful Care.
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Michael Bunch

Birth Date: 1944-12-28
Deceased Date: 2005-11-13
Michael Frank Bunch, 62, of Kansas City, Missouri passed away November 13, 2007 at his home. Michael was born on December 28, 1944, the son of Frank and Ruby Bunch in Kansas City, Missouri. He was married to his wife Linda for 44 years. They had four children, David, Daniel, Angelia, and Matthew. He also leaves behind one brother, Donald, and seven grandchildren. He is buried at Bucyrus Cemetary. ---KC Star, 15 Nov. 2007
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Connie Davidson (Campo)

Birth Date: 1944-10-30
Deceased Date: 2020-03-06
Connie Campo Davidson, age 75, of Warsaw, MO, passed away Friday evening, March 6, 2020, surrounded by her loving family, at Research Hospital in Kansas City, MO.

She was born October 30, 1944 in Kansas City, daughter of William and Madeline "Marie" (Gicinto) Campo, who preceded her in death.  Connie grew up in Kansas City - graduating from Southwest High School in 1962.  On June 20, 1964, she was united in marriage to Donald Davidson, who survives of the home.  They loved the lake area and relocated to Warsaw in 1977.

Connie was a homemaker, a loving wife, mother, "Nonnie", and friend to so many.  Her happiest moments were spent with family.  She enjoyed running daily errands around Warsaw, going to the Casino, and going out to eat.  Connie had such a strong faith, she always saw the good in others, and she loved her family fiercely (especially her grandkids & greats).

She is also survived by two daughters:  Teresa Spry (Mike) of Edwards, Julie Goodson (David) of Sedalia, three grandchildren:  Michael Spry (Halleigh) of Warsaw, Katie Goodson and Jeffrey Goodson of Sedalia, two great grandchildren:  Brady Spry and Molly Spry of Warsaw, a sister:  Marianne Cawood (John) of Adrian, one niece:  Marie Ray (Jim) of Adrian, two nephews:  John Cawood (Sharon) of Lowry City, Bill Cawood (Stephanie) of Edwards, and several great nieces and nephews.
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