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Stogsdill, Lois A.

Stogsdill, Lois A.

January 22, 1949 — May 7, 2022

Celebrating the life of a beloved mother and daughter

Lois Ann (Barrett) Stogsdill

Lois was born January 22, 1949 at Independence Sanitarium Hospital in Independence, Missouri. She was born to Robert Barrett and Dollie A. Barrett, sister to Robert (Bob) Barrett who she preceded in death.

Lois spent her childhood training and showing horses. She was a graduate of Independence Truman High School. She then went to learn the trade of Cosmetology, graduating from the Independence School of Cosmetology. Lois then moved to work at King Radio and the Bendix plant in south Kansas City where she was the only survivor of all her co-workers.

Lois was a three-time cancer survivor. She was placed by her Doctors in the medical journals at the time.

Lois Ann Barrett married Richard R. Stogsdill and is survived by children: Jacob R. Stogsdill, Amy B. Stogsdill-Umstead and Anna M. Buckler. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Codiac J. Umstead, Marcus C. Umstead, Peter D. moore, Clark M. Buckler and Norah M. Buckler.

Lois spent a lot of her extra time helping out with dinners and taking classes at St. Sabina Catholic Church in Belton, Missouri. She lived a busy life and maintained some of the longest friendships that started from early childhood, which is amazing Deb Watts can attest to her long lasting friendship. Lois had a little black cat that has survived her as well named Pie. Lois passed on to join her parents and brother May 7, 2022 at 8:30pm at the age of 73.

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Celebrating the life of a beloved mother and daughter

Stogsdill, Lois A.'s Guestbook

I first met Lois thru our Small Christian Community group at St. Sabina. We became close friends and an even stronger bond developed as years went by and she struggled with all her Cancer diagnoses. She battled Uterine, Colon, and Stage IV Liver cancers. Through it all, she NEVER lost her faith in the Lord, nor questioned "why", she just accepted and kept going. She was the strongest person I have EVER known. In the last months of her life, she had shown her concern about my husband Larry, who had battled Large Diffuse B-Cell Lymphoma. One month after his completion of Chemo and 35 Radiation treatments, he was hospitalized with Covid-19. We almost lost him, and after 103 days in Hospital, he came home to Home Health. Throughout all that time, Lois called me at least twice weekly and asked about him ( and me). She prayed for us each night, as I did for her. After she was admitted to Carnegie in Belton, I did go visit her. Once again, she asked about Larry and myself. I was so glad Amy, Anna, and Jake had notified me when she was admitted to St Luke's East Hospital and told me we could visit. Anna did say "the prognosis was not good". I am glad Jan Stella and I could see and visit her, and say our final goodbyes. I will always love her. Rest well Lois, you've earned it. Carolyn & Larry Foster

Carolyn & Larry Foster

I have many fond memories of my Aunt Lois. I am thankful that she kept in touch all these years. She was a kind and loving woman. I send my strength to her children as they face a new world without their mother in it. She loved deeply no matter what. Much love to Jake, Amy and Anna and their families

Katrina and Robert Mayer

Sad to hear of Lois's passing but she is now at Peace. Lois and I became friends through St. Sabina. We became very close during her treatment for Stage IV Colon cancer as Carolyn Foster and I were her main transport to and from treatment. She was a Survivor until she could no longer fight the good fight. Lois will be missed.

Jerry and Janet Stella

Lois was such a great friend. It was my pleasure to have her in my life. I will always have great memories of her kindness and her love for God. She will truly be missed.

Brenda Fladger

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