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Marvin Joseph Weishaar

May 2, 1932October 27, 2020

Marvin Joseph Weishaar, 88, of Liberty, Missouri, passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2020. A visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Saturday, November 14th at St. James Catholic Church, 309 South Stewart Road, Liberty, MO 64068; a Rosary will be prayed at 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial will follow at noon, Saturday, November 14th at the Church. Burial with Military Honors will follow in Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, 5001 Northeast Cookingham Drive, Kansas City, MO 64156.

Marvin was born May 2, 1932 in Elmo, Kansas to Hugo and Ollie Weishaar. He graduated from Abilene High School in 1950. Marvin attended The University of Kansas and graduated with a B.S. in Accounting in 1954. He was joined in marriage to Mary Czinczoll on June 12, 1954. While at KU, he served in the Navy ROTC program and after graduation, served as a Lieutenant from 1954-57. After his Honorable Discharge from the Navy, Marvin and his family moved to the Kansas City Area. He worked for Peat Marwick Mitchell in Kansas City from 1957-1962, when he moved to Liberty, Missouri and started his own accounting business. Marvin operated his own firm from 1962-2001.

Throughout his life, he was active in his community and participated in a variety of organizations. Marvin was a two-time president of the Rotary Club, president of the Liberty Chamber of Commerce, Treasurer of Habitat for Humanity, President of SCORE for small businesses, a member of the Board of Directors for the Mid-Continent Public Library, a member of the Knights of Columbus at St. James, a member of the Parrish Council – finance committee, active in Boy Scout Leadership roles and a member of the Board of Directors for BankLiberty from 1970-2007.

Marvin was an avid KU basketball fan. He enjoyed Royals baseball, extensive travel with his wife, Mary and spending time with his family.

Marvin was preceded in death by his parents Hugo and Ollie Weishaar, sisters Maudie Marie Vinduska and Evelyn Martin and his brother James (Bud) Weishaar.

He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Mary Elizabeth Czinczoll Weishaar, daughter Marlene Nay, sons Marc Weishaar (Eileen), Martin Weishaar (Janet), Matthew (Anne Margaret), Michael Weishaar (Beth), 15 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.

Arrangements are under the direction of Church Archer Pasley, 816-781-2000.

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John Laney

November 13, 2020

I served on the Mid-Continent Public Library Board with Marvin and found him to be a conscientious and knowledgeable colleague whose financial understanding was helpful to the Board’s work. Moreover, Marvin was a friendly and likable man whom I very much enjoyed knowing. Brenda and I shared many library related social events with he and Mary and came to like and appreciate them as a couple. Our deepest sympathies to Mary and their fine family for their loss and thanks to them for allowing his important service to the Library.

Renee and Dick Wilding

November 10, 2020

We were so sorry to hear the sad news of Marvin’s passing. We have known Marvin and Mary for a long time. At first through our participation as parishioners at St. James Church such as Bible Study, Divine Mercy and the Rosary but became good friends in the process. After we moved from Liberty we would make it a point to get together when we would be in each other’s area.
Marvin was a good, kind, friendly person whom one could depend on for good advice and it just felt good to be around him. We will miss him.

Steven Potter

November 10, 2020

I was very sad to hear of Marvin's passing. I learned so much from him during his time on the library board. He helped make me a better public servant, and a better man. Marvin's service throughout the region made our community a better place. Thank you, Marvin. you will be missed.

Steve Potter
Library Director
MCPL

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