Mazie Lee Graybeal

July 3, 1928June 24, 2018
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Mazie L. Graybeal passed away peacefully Sunday, June 24, 2018. Her husband, Eugene L. Graybeal preceded her in death February 8, 2002. She was born July 3, 1928, Hardeman County, Tennessee, daughter of Lee A. King and Jennie Marie Dillard King. Survivors include son, Michael (Mitzy) F. Graybeal, Kansas City, Mo., daughters Pamela (David) S. Kreher, Kansas City, Mo., and Jeannie Davidson, Austin, Texas. Grandchildren, Richard Davidson, Colleyville TX., Elizabeth (Jay) Walker, Austin TX., Allison (Allen) Jones, Mission Hills, Kansas, Jordan (Neal) Johnson, Kansas City, Mo, and Richard (Jessica) Yoakum, Warsaw, MO. She had 10 great-grandchildren. She had a great love and pride in her family. She was a faithful member of South Liberty Baptist Church since 1968. She loved the Lord and she loved her church. Visitation will be Friday, June 29, 2018 from 10AM-11AM at South Liberty Baptist Church, 650 E. Ruth Ewing Rd, Liberty, MO. There will be a celebration of life following the visitation at 11AM. Burial will follow the service in Glenridge Cemetery, Liberty, MO. In lieu of flowers the family request donations to NorthCare Hospice House, 2800 Clay Edwards Dr., Kansas City, Mo. 64116


  • Mike Graybeal, Active
  • Richard Yoakum, Active
  • Richard Davidson, Active
  • Neal Johnson, Active
  • Allen Jones, Active
  • David Kreher , Active


  • Visitation Friday, June 29, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Friday, June 29, 2018
  • Graveside Service Friday, June 29, 2018

Mazie Lee Graybeal

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Michael Graybeal

June 28, 2018

Mom I will miss you terribly.
I will think about you every day as I do with Dad.
The world has lost a great woman, but there will be rejoicing in Heaven when you are welcomed by the Good Lord above.

Casandra Moore

June 28, 2018

It was truly an honor to share in the care for Mazie. Each day she blessed us with her beautiful smile and infectious laugh. I will forever hold the memories I shared with her close. She had the biggest heart and never wanted anyone to care for her but was quick to offer her care for others. My heart goes out to the family as I can only imagine the pain in their hearts at this time. Love you Mazie!! Until I see you again !!

Mitzy Graybeal

June 28, 2018

Mazie was my mother-in-law for over 42 years. She would always tell me how much she loved me and thought of me as one of her own children. I have so many wonderful memories of her. She was a strong, intelligent, loving, kind woman. I am so blessed and honored to have known her and to be a part of her life. She is with Gene now and they are both at peace. I love her and will miss her so much. Thank you Lord for making her a part of my life. Rest in peace beautiful soul.

Amanda Williams

June 28, 2018

I was one of many who took care of Mazie, she was such a peach.She was always so happy, and cheerful, i never seen her in a foul mood. I loved her dearly. Everyday i came in, i would go to her room to say goodmorning, and she and I would talk for awhile before breakfast, then throughout the day. Mazie shared many of her life stories with me, and we would laugh and joke about the silliest things. There will always be a void in my heart without her. I grew very close to her, and she and I had so much in common. I will cont to keep her family in my prayers. Mazie fly high with the angels, and rest well.

Jill Nail Magnante

June 27, 2018

Throughout my childhood at SLBC, and well into my adulthood, Mazie was always a source of encouragement and love. She made me feel so special, and I thank God for placing her in my path to be an example of Christian faith driven by love for others. My sympathies go to her family, but also gratitude for her long life and eternal reward. May this bring you all comfort in the coming days.

peggy ethetton

June 26, 2018

Such a dear, dear lady. Christ shone through in her life. Rest peacefully with your Lord Mazie. We will see you later. Love, Peggy