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Maguire, Charlotte Ann

Maguire, Charlotte Ann

August 18, 1940 — October 9, 2020

Charlotte Ann Maguire, 80, of Raymore, MO, passed away Friday, October 9, 2020, with her family by her side. Public visitation will be held from 12-noon to 1 PM, followed by services on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, MO. Burial to follow services in Memorial Park Cemetery, Kansas City, MO.

Charlotte “Ann” was born August 18, 1940, to Flora (Andes) and Cecil Slagle in Elizabethton, TN. She will not only be remembered for her infectious laugh, but most importantly as a loving wife, mother and devoted grandmother to her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Ann is preceded in death by her husband John W. Maguire Sr.; siblings Linda Pierce and Jack Slagle. She is survived by her children John W. Maguire Jr. and Jason L. Maguire and his wife Amie; six grandchildren: Samantha, Brittany, Alyssa, Jasek, Emilie and Jordan; as well as five great grandchildren.

Service Information

Public visitation will be held from 12-noon to 1 PM, followed by services on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, MO. Burial to follow services in Memorial Park Cemetery, Kansas City, MO.

Maguire, Charlotte Ann's Guestbook

Jason, we know that your parents are together now with JESUS strolling down memory lane (What a glorious time that must be) One of these days Uncle Larry and I will get to enjoy a glorious time down memory lane just like you parents are doing at this time!! Always remember (absence from the body means presence with the Lord!! We look forward to seeing Johnny and Ann in the future sitting at the FEET of JESUS singing praises to HIM. We love all you children and pray continually for you and sometime in the future we can all be in Heaven (Lord willing) and have a wonderful family reunion with your aunts and uncles and grandmas and grandpas. Love you dearly, Uncle Larry and Aunt Mary.

Larry & Mary Whitaker

Ann is a part of so many of my memories. As a child, she was my babysitter and we had so many fun times together. As an adult we shared happy times as well as sad ones. Ann never seem like a cousin but my sister. My love and prayers are with your family. She sure did love all of you.

Joyce grindstaff

To Ann's family So sorry for your loss. I hadn't seen Ann in a few years but I never forgot her. She was a very good person and a wonderful friend when we were growing up. I hope you will trust in our Lord to find peace during this sad time. (I am Joe's sister)

Barbara Taylor

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