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Mulvaney, Teresa M.

Mulvaney, Teresa M.

February 10, 1953 — February 28, 2021

Teresa Marie Mulvaney, 68, of Liberty, Missouri went home to be with her Savior on February 28th, 2021 surrounded by her loving husband, daughter and son. She was born on February 10, 1953 at Research Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri to Bill and Juanita Weber. She grew up in Liberty where she went to Liberty High School, and continued to reside there for her lifetime. She was united in marriage to Michael Mulvaney on May 19th, 1973 and they spent 47 blessed years together. Mike and Teresa were blessed with two children and five beautiful granddaughters.

Teresa was preceded in death by her mother, Juanita Weber of Liberty, Missouri. She is survived by her husband, Michael Mulvaney, her son, Jason Mulvaney, her daughter, Amber Walker (Mike), and five granddaughters, Ashlyn, Madison, Hadleigh, Bria and Jolie. She is also survived by her dad, Bill Weber, and her siblings, Billy Weber, Danny Weber (Joni), Vickie Mulvaney (Mark), Tommy Weber (Donna), and Nancee Shepherd (Dean), and a multitude, cousins, nieces and nephews that loved her dearly.

Teresa was a lifetime member of Pleasant Valley Baptist church where she found great joy in singing in the choir, and dedicated her life to ensuring that the love of Jesus Christ was shared with each child that entered through the church doors whether through teaching in the preschool or Sunday school, while she was able. She had a love for children and teaching unlike any other. She was a true servant of God. Her contagious smile and positivity were felt by all those that met her. Teresa was a living example of the fruits of the spirit, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self- control. Her life exuded them on a daily basis. If you were to describe Teresa in one word, those that love her would call her faithful. Her faith was unwavering. She always had a smile on her face and a song in her heart, even in the most difficult of circumstances. She knew no matter what happened, God would always take care of it according to his will. Her quiet strength and faith were evident to all the lives that she touched. Teresa has left behind a legacy of unconditional love, true servanthood, and unrelenting faithfulness that impacted the lives of everyone that had the honor of knowing her. Her own words written to all of us, those she loved, for this specific occasion, “So God knows this is my time and place to be with him now. Don’t try to understand why, just trust him. Look to God for comfort and strength right now. Stay strong, trust, and believe, my loved ones I leave in this world. I pray, and I know, I will see you again. God is always your refuge and strength.”

Visitation will begin at 5:00 pm, followed by a service celebrating Teresa's life at 6:30 pm, on Sunday, March 7, at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church. Cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Pleasant Valley Baptist Church for the Kids' Connection Learning Center at the church.

Service Information

Visitation will begin at 5:00 pm, followed by a service celebrating Teresa’s life at 6:30 pm, on Sunday, March 7, at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church. Cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Pleasant Valley Baptist Church for the Kids’ Connection Learning Center at the church.

Mulvaney, Teresa M.'s Guestbook

Dear danny joni Mike, bill and all teresa's family. I am sorry I am just seeing this. I am sorry for your lost. May you feel God's comfort in the coming days . Sincerely denise Lehman

Denise lehman

To the family of Teresa Mulvaney, Wow! What great memories everyone shared of her life. I knew Teresa in H.S. She was kind and always had a smile for me. I praise God for all the good testimonies. Makes me wish I had known her better. Life takes us in many different directions, and I left Liberty a couple of days after graduation. But I appreciate so much she has a loving family and surrounded by so many friends. God bless.

Betty Stephenson-Sanders

I always admired Teresa. She always had a smile and an encouraging word for others no matter what circumstances she was going through. I remember teaching in the preschool at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church with her. She had the best laugh and the kids knew how much she loved them too! I also remember the good times singing in the alto section with her in the adult choir. We had so many fun times throughout the years. She is going to be missed by so many people. We are praying for your family!

Susan Dusenberry

Please know that I may not have known her real well she was a part of our family who we think about all the time and love 💜

John weber

Momma Teresa, That was my nickname for you as you cared for your own kids, grandkids and those children who visited PVBC. Your infectious laugh at NAIA games, watching Chiefs games at your and Mike's home was always a joy to be around. While we are sad now to have lost you being with us, we all know you have now joined with your Mom singing in heaven's choir. Rejoice Momma Teresa, Rejoice!

Ron and Nancy Knaggs

What a beautiful tribute to Teresa. I had not seen her in years, but I remember how sweet and kind she was. Prayers for Uncle Bill and all of Teresa's family. Tammy Parker

Tammy

Dear Mike and family, such wonderful memories, meals at the house, her singing in the choir and visiting at NAIA.

Fred and Mary Langner

Going to miss you, but I know you are in heaven, I will still have all the memories of the good times we shared when we were young and older. love you lots

Donna Gross

Grandma, you will always be in our hearts. You left such a beautiful legacy. Your smile was so beautiful and you always found ways to make me smile in my darkest times. I love you dearly and you will be missed. Your granddaughter, Ashlyn.

Ashlyn Walker

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