Marjorie Lucille Shandy

January 28, 1926May 1, 2021

Marjorie Lucille Shandy passed on May 1, 2021 of Natural Causes at North Kansas City Hospice House.

She was born on January 28, 1926 in Mountain View Missouri where she graduated from High School and went to work at the Boeing factory in Wichita Kansas to assist in the war efforts.

Marjorie and Glen Lawrence Shandy were married on June 24th, 1944. Glen served in the Navy from August 1942 until November 1945. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary before his death in 1997.

Marjorie worked for over 4 decades at Cramer Chair Company. After her retirement she loved working in her garden, assisting in the duties she so much enjoyed at the Clothes Closet and devoting her time at St. Gabriels Catholic Church working events and other duties as needed.

In addition to Marjories parents she was predeceased by 2 sisters, Velma Coulter and Pearl Henry and 1 brother, Francis Scharff all from Mountain View Missouri.

Surviving immediate family members are Jeanie Shandy Wishkeno and her husband Louie, Larry Shandy and his spouse Sara and Rick Shandy and his wife Darla all of Kansas City, Missouri. 6 Grand Children, Tonya Vaughn, Richard Shandy, Sharla Shandy King, Lisa Wishkeno Rheuark, Angie Wishkeno and Kimberly Springer (deceased.) Marjorie had 10 great grand Children and 1 Great/Great Grand Child whom she loved so much.

A funeral service will be held Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at St. Gabriel Catholic Church Located at 4737 N. Cleveland Ave KCMO with a visitation at 11:00 AM and Funeral Mass at 12:00 PM. Internment will follow at East Slope Memorial Gardens Cemetery at 5011 NW Gateway Avenue Riverside Missouri.


  • Jeanie Shandy Wishkeno (Louie), Daughter
  • Larry Shandy (Sara), Son
  • Rick Shandy (Darla), Son
  • Tonya Vaughn, Granddaughter
  • Richard Shandy, Grandson
  • Sharla Shandy King, Granddaughter
  • Lisa Wishkeno Rheuark, Granddaughter
  • Angie Wishkeno, Granddaughter
  • Kimberly Springer (Deceased), Granddaughter
  • 10 Great-grandchildren
    1 Great-great-grandchild


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021


Marjorie Lucille Shandy

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Deborah Butler

May 3, 2021

Marge was a beloved member of Clay County Clothes Closet's Volunteer Team for over (30) years and our hearts go out to her family during this sad time. This sweet lady's dedication to help those in need through her committed service to CCCC lives on to inspire us all.
Rest well faithful servant, you have earned your wings!
Your Clay County Clothes Closet Family

Sharla Shandy

May 3, 2021

My beautiful grandma,

Heaven gained a beautiful angel💗
I can see you and grandpa together smiling and laughing; reminiscing on the love you two have. I can't imagine how beautiful heaven is with your angel wings.

Grandma you are the sweetest most kindest soul. Your smile and your cute laugh is beautiful. You inspire me to be a women of faith, always giving unconditional love , and a best friend. You never judged anybody for there wrongings or turned your back. You loved us hard and prayed hard for all of us no matter how small or how big. You devoted your life to your family and your faith. I am so proud to be your grand daughter.
One of many things I learned was ...
Planting potatoes for gmas garden a few yrs ago... She laughed so hard at me bc I didn't know you grew potatoes from a potato! I was looking for a pack of seeds!

I love you forever beautiful. Until we meet again 💗

Dennis & Sandy Pugh

May 2, 2021

We have been Majorie's across the street neighbors for almost 20 years. She was such a friendly, kind soul.
She loved to sit on her front porch swing and visit. Will miss her beautiful smile and watching her tend to her garden and flowers.
Sending love and prayers to her family as they deal with their loss.

Kylie Snelling

May 2, 2021

I will miss NaNa very much. We used to plant in her garden, she loved her garden. She loved to hang out with me and play in the yard and pick berries.
I was very happy to get her Christmas cards, it was always a nice surprise. I am sad I didn't get to spend more time with my NaNa.
I am sad for everyone, I will miss her very much,
Great Granddaughter Kylie Snelling