Anna Fae Clevenger
March 28, 1924 – February 2, 2019
Anna “Faye” (Taylor) Clevenger of Gladstone, MO, passed away at New Mark Care Center on February 2, 2019 at the age of 94.
She was born on March 28, 1924 in Lincoln, MO the daughter of Myral and Goldie (Means) Taylor. She resided in the Palo Pinto area until moving to Kansas City during WWII. In 1942 she was married in Benton County, MO to Harold W. Clevenger. They were together for 70 years before his passing in 2012. In 1950 they bought a home and moved to what would become Gladstone, MO and raised their family there.
A dedicated wife and mother, she worked during the war for Pratt & Whitney making push-rod tubes for B-17 aircraft engines while her husband was stationed in England, a member of the Army Air Corps as a B-17 mechanic.
She was a wonderful mother, grandmother and great grandmother, and a great cook. She enjoyed reading history and biographies, sewing, quilting, traveling and loved country fiddle music.
She was preceded in death by husband, Harold; parents; siblings, Dorothy Gerken and Myral Donald Taylor; and grandchildren, Mark Clevenger and Crista Clevenger Waisner.
Survivors include sister, Louise Harms of Sedalia, MO; children, Carol (Steve) Olson, James Clevenger, John Clevenger, Dennis (Susan) Clevenger, Cynthia (Rick) Vick all residing in the Kansas City area; grandchildren, Paul Olson, Candy Pennington, Rick Clevenger, Johnny Clevenger, Randi Clevenger, Clint Clevenger, and Kelly Olson; many great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
Private family services will be held at a later date.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Anna Fae Clevenger
February 10, 2019
I just happened upon your Mothes Obituary in today’s paper.
I just want to convey my condolences. I never had a chance to know you well. I am sure you remember me from 1959, when I stayed with your Grandmother, who I called Aunt Goldie. She was my Mother’s Aunt. All of the Aunt Goldie’s family were so special. If my memory is right your Mother was the youngest . She was indeed a wonderful welcoming person.She will be missed. I feel badly, When Lucille Seattle parssed away, she always kept me up with the family. Now that she is gone I don’t know what has happened.. I missed Dorothy Gerkin’s funeral. We used to keep in touch , Apparently not enough. I know you will miss your Mother dearly.
It is hard to get through. But you have always been strong and you have your family and the Lord by your side.
With deepest Sympathy
Aunt Goldie always used my full name. Mary Phyllis. I still miss her also.
IN THE CARE OF