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Zucca, Marta

Zucca, Marta

January 31, 1959 — August 18, 2020

Marta Zucca of Lawson, MO passed peacefully on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 after a long courageous battle with cancer. Marta was born January 31, 1959 to Herb & Opal Zucca of Independence, MO. Marta leaves behind a daughter Kayla Happy (husband Josh), two grandchildren Nevaeh and Hunter. Mother Opal Zucca, brother Wyatt Zucca, sisters Colette Kingston (husband Chuck) and Keisha Zucca (husband William), plus countless nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. She is preceded in death by father Herb Zucca and brother Tim Zucca.

Services will be held at Park Lawn Northland Chapel (816-781-8228), 1640 Route 291, Liberty, MO on Friday, August 21. Family will receive visitors from 2 - 3 p.m. with Celebration of Life service beginning at 3. Due to COVID restrictions, there will be limited seating available for the service. Burial at Brooking Cemetery, Raytown, MO.

Because we are celebrating her life, feel free to wear your favorite cowboy boots and jeans. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to KU Cancer Center. Additional details may be found on her Facebook page.

Service Information

Services will be held at Park Lawn Northland Chapel (816-781-8228), 1640 Route 291, Liberty, MO on Friday, August 21. Family will receive visitors from 2 – 3 p.m. with Celebration of Life service beginning at 3. Due to COVID restrictions, there will be limited seating available for the service. Burial at Brooking Cemetery, Raytown, MO.

Because we are celebrating her life, feel free to wear your favorite cowboy boots and jeans. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to KU Cancer Center. Additional details may be found on her Facebook page.

Zucca, Marta's Guestbook

Marta will definitely be missed by the Hammers. When Uncle Ron & Dad passed she was over within the hour to provide love and support and we will never forget her :) --- she's now Uncle Herb, Tim, Aunt Olive, Aunt Elgie, Dad, Uncle Ron! RIP Marta and to all! We love you!

Julie Hammer-Mary Hammer – Pam Hammer -Mike Hammer

She was a wonderful person she taught all the girls on her softball team how to b a good person, they could do anything they wanted, to be strong woman, she always hug my daughter when ever she seen her she always says she wouldn’t b the mother and a hard worker if it wasn’t for Marta being her coach

Debbie Drew

Marta's life as I knew it was a riot of energy, good faith, love of family and friends. Her enthusiasm for the outdoors, farming and hunting was only outdone by her love of her family. In her hardest times, Marta always had the energy for her grandchildren who seemed to recharge her slowing batteries of life. Her perseverance and determination, in whatever she chose to pursue are rare examples in life to be marveled and followed. Marta decided to take up archery to meet more people and have fun. As a teammate, she was inspiring and challenging. When she decided to go to Nationals, she did it with pure joy and enthusiasm - and brought home the Nationals cup for her class. She made her life have meaning. She will be dearly missed by many.

Maxine M Sandman

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