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Speights, Margaret “Maggie”

Speights, Margaret “Maggie”

January 5, 1955 — February 5, 2020

Margaret "Maggie" Mary Brennan Speights, 65, of Liberty, MO, passed away peacefully, joining her daughter Mel, on February 5, 2020.

We will celebrate Maggie's life beginning with visitation at 4:00 pm, and service at 5:00 pm, on Wednesday, February 12, at Liberty Christian Church, 427 East Kansas Street, Liberty, MO. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Foundation for Women's Cancer (foundationforwomenscancer.org).

Maggie was born January 5, 1955, in St. Louis, MO. She was united in marriage to Charles Elwyn Speights, on November 27, 1976, in Chandler, AZ. They moved to Liberty in 1999.

Maggie's passion for the past 25 years was interpreting for the deaf, most recently for Metropolitan Community Colleges. She was a member of Liberty Christian Church.

Maggie was preceded in death by her daughter, Melissa "Mel" Speights; father and his wife, John "Jack" and Leyla Brennan; mother, Virginia Brennan; and brothers, Mike and Jack Brennan.

Survivors include her husband of 43 years, Charlie; son and his wife, Jason and Kathy Speights; sister, Barbara Brennan; nephews and niece, Tim Neill (Ann), Chris Neill (Siri) and Casey Neill, and their families; numerous cousins, including Steve and Lisa Donnelly, as well as other family members and friends.

Service Information

We will celebrate Maggie’s life beginning with visitation at 4:00 pm, and service at 5:00 pm, on Wednesday, February 12, at Liberty Christian Church, 427 East Kansas Street, Liberty, MO.

Speights, Margaret “Maggie”'s Guestbook

Oh Maggie - I had no idea you were sick until you were gone - maybe you wanted it that way. I always had so much fun working with you - you made me feel so good about myself and you always had happy things to share. You truly were a light to this world and one that will be missed. I hope you and Melissa are having the reunion of a lifetime right now!

Stacie Danielle Valle

Maggie and Mel spent a lot of time with us when they lived in Arlington. Maggie was my best friend for many years. We had a lot of fun and laughter together until she and Charlie moved away😢 Unfortunately I never saw her again after that! She was a very special lady and she will be missed by all who ever shared life with her! Love and peace Maggie, until we meet again!❤️

Bridget Klug

Maggie was beyond wonderful! I really enjoyed her visits at our office. I am a hugger...and she was a hugger! Always smiling and making others smile. There was never a doubt how important Charlie and her children were to her. What a special person she was, and what a blessing to have known her in my lifetime! Rest in peace, beautiful woman!

Connie Ragle

My deepest thoughts are with all of the family and friends. I am an MCC retiree, and know Maggie did a fantastic job there. Coincidentally, I met her again at North Kansas City Hospital's heart rehab gym where we went 3 times a week and we got on really well. Maggie was the sort of person who although you had just met her, you felt you had known her years. She was a joy to converse with. I can only end by asking us all to 'remember the good times.' Nobody can take those away.

Ian Jennings

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