OBITUARY

Floise Burge

July 11, 1927January 9, 2021

Floise “Flo” Burge of Kansas City, MO passed away peacefully in her sleep at Centerpoint Medical Center, Saturday January 9th.

Flo was born in Gallatin Missouri July 11, 1927. She graduated from Kidder High school in 1946, and moved to Kansas City where she got a job in Insurance, which would turn into 37 years working for Commercial Union Insurance Co.

A dedicated woman of Christ, she was a charter member of Red Bridge Christian Church, and faithfully served in many capacities. She was an elder, Chair of Fellowship, Flower Chair, and sang in the choir for over 50 years. She is remembered as a loving wife, grandmother, great grandmother and Aunt.

Flo’s talents were many among them cooking was her main passion. Flo is survived by her life partner and best friend Glenn whom she married in 1947 and was one month short of her 74th anniversary. Their love and commitment to each other was apparent to all who knew them.

Flo is survived by her husband Glenn Burge Jr, her grandson Brett Michael Burge and wife Christi of Blue Springs, her great grandchildren Bella Marie and Finn, sister Donna Vochatzer and husband Robert, and sister Barbara Hayes, and several nieces and nephews too numerous to name. Flo was preceded in death by her parents Leland Ross and Marguerite Cox, her son Mark Alan Burge and wife Nikki, her sister and brother in law Bonnie and Harold Edwards, and brother J.W. Cox.

Visitation and Services will be held Saturday January 16th at Mt. Moriah Funeral Home starting from 10-11 followed by a private service for family at 11. A graveside service will be held after at Park Lawn Cemetery. If so, desired in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Children’s Mercy Hospital.

  • FAMILY

  • Glenn Burge Jr., Husband
  • Brett Michael Burge (Christi), Grandson
  • Bella Marie and Finn, Great-grandchildren
  • Donna Vochatzer (Robert), Sister
  • Barbara Hayes, Sister
  • Numerous, Nieces & Nephews
  • LeLand Ross Cox, Father (deceased)
  • Marguerite (Evans) Cox, Mother (deceased)
  • Mark Alan Burge (Nikki), Son (deceased)
  • Bonnie Edwards (Harold), Sister (deceased)
  • J.W. Cox, Brother (deceased)
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Brett Burge, Pallbearer
  • Mike Vleisides, Pallbearer
  • Mat Vleisides, Pallbearer
  • Brad Carroll, Pallbearer
  • Aaron Neier, Pallbearer
  • Brett Randel, Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

Memories

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Brandon Edwards

January 15, 2021

She’s always been there full of joy and smiles and laughter. She was a gentle soul that will be missed.

Roger Fox

January 15, 2021

So sorry to hear of Flo's passing. I remember her as a very kind person who was so proud of Mark.
Even though my interaction with the family was for only a couple of years, and so long ago, I was still blessed by knowing you all.
I have often thought of Mark and my friendship with him and wish I could have been there after his passing.
I'm sure Flo is in Jesus's loving arms and pray for peace for Glenn and the family.
Roger Fox

Richard Houston

January 14, 2021

Glenn, Bret, and all the family: It was with sadness that we learned of Flo's. passing. She was a great person and friend. Her laugh and sparkle in her eyes endeared her to all who came to know her. Marilyn and I will long remember the many meals that we cooked in the church kitchen. Hard work yes, but Flo made it easier by her wit and determination. God bless all of you. Richard and Marilyn

Lori Searcy

January 14, 2021

Uncle Jr., Brett and family,

So sorry to hear of Aunt Flo’s passing.
May God cover you and your family with his love, comfort and peace.

Jerry and Lori Searcy

Carla McNamee

January 12, 2021

Uncle Jr., Brett and family,

We were so sorry to hear of Aunt Flo’s passing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and always.
Carla, Michael, Desmond and Teagan
Ethel, Ed and family

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY