Beverly Ann Schroder

October 20, 1937February 5, 2021

Beverly Ann Schroder, age 83, of Raymore, MO, passed away on February 5, 2021 at her home. She was born on October 20, 1937 in Kansas City, MO., the daughter of Roy E. and Mary C. (Clifton) Lake. She retired from the Internal Revenue Service as a Financial Analyst. She started her career as a cartographer for the Department of Defense. (Army Map Service) After her retirement, she served as the Secretary for 10 years at Cambridge Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, son: Kevin Schroder and daughter-in-law: Joyce Schroder. She is survived by Son: Scott (Wife: Mara) Schroder of Kansas City, Kansas. Seven Grandchildren: Jared Schroder of Overland Park, KS., Bailey Stavropierrakos of Scottsdale, AZ., Gina Molle of Wellville, KS., John (Wife: Emily) Molle of Bonner Springs, MO., Brian Knetter of Tonganoxie, KS., Beth (Husband: Jason) Hodge of Tonganoxie, KS., and Brandon Knetter of Kansas City, KS. Nine Great Grandchildren: River Stavropierrakos, Emmy Molle, Brynlee Molle, Cale, Alden, & June Hodge, Emma Knetter, Zack & Jake Knetter.


  • Committal Service

    Friday, February 26, 2021


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Gina Molle

February 19, 2021

Grandma Bev... You're so missed already. We'd give anything for just one more of your big warm hugs. Emmy Jean and I will carry on with your homemade cookies and always having a candy bowl out for guests. Thanks for always showing us unconditional love and support. We love you forever !

Rest easy, sweet lady

Gina, Blake & Emmy Jean

Ruth Soeck

February 10, 2021

Beverly was my neighbor for many
years.She was a wonderful kind
person and was very nice to visit
with. I always loved to see her and visit
with her. She was a nice friend. I will miss

Anita Sanders

February 10, 2021

Beverly was my neighbor and friend for the past 15 years. She was wonderful and kind with a compassionate and giving heart. She was smart, funny and so interesting to talk to. I loved to sit and listen to her as she shared with me stories of her friends and their travel adventures and her knowledge of flowers, she truly had a green thumb. She loved and treasured her family and friends and she spoke of them often. She loved dogs, she had Rusty and I had dogs of my own. She truly cared about people and the world we live in. She had a great laugh. She always had time for me. I will always be thankful that she was a part of my life, my neighbor, my friend. She was a true blessing and I will miss her...

Margie Masters

February 9, 2021

Beverly was such a sweet lady and I regret so much that I didn't go spend more time with her. I will always love her. Margie Masters

Keith Schroder

February 9, 2021

I spent time in my younger years spending some weekends over at Aunt Beverly's house hanging out with Scott and Kevin. She was a wonderful person and I will miss her greatly. As we all got older in our later years she always got a kick that I still called her Aunt Beverly instead just Beverly. She will always be forever my Aunt Beverly. Scott and family we love you. Keith