Mt. Moriah, Newcomer and Freeman Funeral Home & Mount Moriah Cemetery South
10507 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO
Eileen Frances Sapp
December 9, 1916 – June 6, 2019
Eileen Frances Sapp of Raytown, Missouri passed away on June 6, 2019 after a short illness.
She was born Dec 9, 1916 in McAlester, Oklahoma and lived most of her adult life in the Kansas City area.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Willis D. Sapp, and is survived by her son, Paul W. Sapp and daughter-in-law, Mary A. Sapp, of Mission Viejo, California.
Eileen was a graduate of Central High School, Muskogee, Oklahoma and attended Kansas City Junior College. She was a bookkeeper at A&P and Butler Manufacturing in Kansas City. She was a former member of Raytown Christian Church and Unity Village Chapel and active in the GFWC Heart of America Girls Town Club including 17 years as president.
A Celebration of Life for Eileen will be held on Friday, June 28, at Mt Moriah, Newcomer & Freeman Funeral Home, 10507 Holmes Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64131.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests a donation in her memory to Missouri Girls Town, Post Office Box 59, Kingdom City, Missouri 65262 or www.missourigirlstown.org/donate/.
- Clarence Webster (deceased), Father
- Dollie (Wilson) Webster (deceased), Mother
- Willis D. Sapp (deceased), Husband
- Paul W. Sapp, Son
- Mary A. Sapp, Daughter-in-law
- Celebration of Life Friday, June 28, 2019
Eileen Frances Sapp
Gay & Mike Tarr
June 20, 2019
Our friendship has lasted nearly 50 years Eileen, Gay & I have many happy memories of our time together. Gay will miss all the fun you all had together with all your travels to the many conventions of GFWC. It all started with your Bowling League. Go in Peace.
June 14, 2019
My Aunt Eileen was such a gracious and dignified lady, and she touched so many lives during her 102 years. Her strength of character and independent spirit were wonderful qualities. As kids, we loved going to Uncle Bill and Aunt Eileen's house when we visited from Chicago. Despite the commotion of a houseful of energetic cousins, she remained calm and unruffled, and I never heard her raise her voice, although I'm sure we deserved a scolding or two. She encouraged our cousin Paul's interests and hobbies, which we found quite fascinating, and a visit to Raytown always resulted in a fun-filled time. For as long as I can remember, Aunt Eileen sent me a card for every birthday, and I'll never forget her thoughtfulness. I will miss this lovely lady!