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Moulder, Gladys “Peanuts”

Moulder, Gladys “Peanuts”

November 25, 1959 — January 27, 2019

Gladys "Peanuts" Moulder resident of Kansas City, MO, passed away on January 27, 2019 at Centerpoint Medical Center.

Peanuts was born prematurely on November 25, 1959, in Kansas City, MO and shortly after given the nickname Peanuts which would last a lifetime. She went to Northeast High School. On March 8, 1976, she married her husband, and started her own family. Peanuts loved to listen to music and dance. She also enjoyed helping those in need. She loved to laugh and see those around her have fun. But, most importantly, she loved for family and friends.

She will be sadly missed by her husband Gary Moulder, her son Dean Moulder, her daughter Jennifer Crist, her beloved granddaughter Jenna Crist, her sister Sherry Wheaton, and numerous other family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her father David Alderson, her mother Margaret Quinn, and her stepfather Thomas Quinn.

Visitation will be held at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd, Kansas City, MO 64138, on Thursday, January 31, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00PM. Funeral services will be held at Park Lawn Funeral Home on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 1:00 PM. Gathering following at Swope Park Masonic Lodge, 8521 Oldham Rd, KCMO 64138. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Diabetes Association.

Service Information

Visitation will be 6-8PM, Thursday, January 31, 2019, with services 1PM, Friday, February 1, 2019, both at Park Lawn, 8251 Hillcrest Rd.; burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Moulder, Gladys “Peanuts”'s Guestbook

We were sad to hear of Peanuts passing away. She was a very kind and loving person. She will be missed by the Womble family. We send our condolences to her husband Gary, son Dean, daughter Jennifer and granddaughter Jenna as well as friends and extended family.

Mary Womble

I was totally shocked to hear of Gladys' passing. I used to live across the street from her as a kid. Kathy Chrisman, Gladys and I were all best friends. Just for fun, all three of us became the Supremes, my brother Craig handled the lighting (a circular Christmas red, blue and yellow light) that would shine on us as we sang. I remember those days well. We bought a pack of Virginia Slims at Belmont Market for 35 cents. Then we went up in my attic and smoke...the whole pack!! One time, we accidentally locked ourselves up there and had to open the window to ask a passer-by to go in the house and unlock the door. We used to walk from our houses to the skating rink (about 7 miles away) and skate all day. Then we ended up asking one of our Mom's to come get us. Sometimes we all long for those fun days growing up. Girls became women and mothers, losing touch with our youthful friends. We used to laugh about lots of things. I never heard anyone giggle like her. She had the biggest heart. She loved doing neat little things for people. All I can imagine now, is Gladys, Kathy, and I standing in front of the twirling lights singing, "Someday we'll be together'. My heartfelt sympathy goes to her husband and her family.

Deborah K. Middlemas

Peanuts will always have a special place in our hearts as a Swift co-worker and a very ❤️🌹special friend who we had a lot of good times with outside of work that will surely be missed by us & those who knew and loved her and the memories we all have of her will forever keep her alive.RIP our dear friend🙏

Allen & Chila Thompson

I have been Peanut neighbor eleven years and she became like family to me. When I went through my mother's death she was there for me while my husband was sick she was there for me, when I graduated from college she encouraged me and the times I missed my mom the most she would call me. I'll never forget her pretty smile or her saying hello from across the street. I'll always love her. You never know its the last time seeing someone. I will always think of you Peanut. Rest in Heaven xoxo


I still can't believe you are gone, I looked up to you growing up, Im so glad you and my mom (Louann Lyons) became bestfriends before the age of 8, I love hearing the stories you and Mom used to tell me, dancing around to music pretending to be singing into a mic...the "stories" you both shared about my grandpa Lyons haha I hope your one of the few waiting for me when it's my time again. 🙄 To the family, I'm truly sorry for your loss, she will be looking over us now😞

Patty Hall

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