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Vera Edith Harris

April 29, 1938November 5, 2020

Vera Edith Harris, 82, of Kansas City, Missouri passed away on November 5, 2020. She was born April 29, 1938 in Berlin, Germany.

She worked for 29 years as a waitress for the Pizza Hut in North Kansas City, Missouri and was known by the neighborhood kids as the “Pizza Lady”

Vera was preceded in death by her father, Floyd Seybold.

Survivors include her best friends, Maria and KaRee and their families, long time friend, Rob; she will be missed by the many folks who remember her walking the neighborhood with her dogs and bringing pizza to them.

Due to the latest restrictions by KC, MO & Clay Co., MO regarding Covid-19; a limit of ONLY 10 Individuals will be allowed at the services & burial. The service will be broadcast on Facebook Live under the White Chapel Facebook page.

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Cheryl Garner

November 19, 2020

I am so saddened of your passing Vera because Donna and I were so happy when we saw you,but our time was not long enough for us..Me, Donna, and Rick will always be your in-laws and family forever ❤..We all enjoyed our pizzas from you and Terry at our gatherings, wasn't a gathering without the pizzas 😊... You will be missed and never forgotten and we love you Vera ❤❤we will see you again ❤

Brenda Schrack

November 15, 2020

I met Vera fifteen years ago at Pizza Hut when I used to take my daughter up there to get her free pizza with the coupons she would win at school. When driving home on a winter day I seen her walking home. She lived in my Nieghborhood. I pulled over to give her a ride home and she refused at first but then recognized that I only wanted to help. After that day we were friends and built a great relationship. My daughter and I would go to the store and help her around her other duties. She was always a giver and not a taker. She helped show my daughter how to respect your elders and it’s always good to be kind. She will be missed. She was my family, and will always be in my heart,
Rest In Peace my friend and I will see you again! Love you with all my heart❤️! Your friend and family, Brenda Schrack.

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