OBITUARY

Sandra Kay Simpson

May 3, 1945September 6, 2020

Sandra “Sandy” Kay Simpson, age 75, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 6, 2020 at Centerpoint Hospital in Independence, Missouri, surrounded by her loving family.

Sandy was born in Clinton, Iowa on May 3 of 1945 to father Donald Eversol and mother Beulah Bennett. Preceded in death by her mother, father, step-father, Charles Phillips, eight sisters, two brothers, and her husband, Harold Daniel Simpson.

She is survived by her sister Emma Thomas; daughter, Terri Davison and her husband Gregory Davison; daughter, Tracy Simpson; son, Mark Simpson and Cindy Valla; four grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren.

Sandy was a beloved sister, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She will be remembered as a bright, shining light in the hearts of many. She loved unconditionally and gave generously. She was selfless and compassionate. She will be missed, tremendously. She now rests alongside her cherished husband, “Kayo”.

If desired, friends and family may make memorial contributions to the Kansas City Pet Project animal shelter at 4400 Raytown Rd, Kansas City, MO 64129.

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Ivy Torrance

September 18, 2020

She was one of my first patients/friends when I moved here and we hit it off so well. I used to get on to her because she would always worry about me when she was the one not feeling well. We would laugh more than we would talk about her health, sometimes! I missed her when I had to leave her and I will miss her everyday knowing she is not there. I’m am so glad that I called and got to speak to her for a while when she was in the hospital. One day, I will go to Jamesport just for her! I will always remember our conversation, our tears, and our laughs.

You were a super special person to me and will always be in my heart. I’m so thankful that God allowed our paths to cross. I just wish I could find the picture I forced you to take with me so I could show it to everyone!!

Linda Corum

September 16, 2020

Bruce and I had a lot of wonderful times.with Kayo and Sandy. She was a fantastic cook. Loved her homemade taco. We I got married to Bruce she took me to get my hair done. I even wore one of her dresses to get married in. Slot of good time.

Pam Miller

September 9, 2020

Bill and I met Sandy and Kayo many years ago. We were all fans of
The poplar CB radio. We have many fond memories of those special times
Sandy was a very special lady who loved her family .
She is at peace now with Kayo

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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