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McGilley & Hoge Johnson County Memorial Chapel

8024 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park, KS

OBITUARY

Monica R. Stallbaumer

April 29, 1924June 9, 2020
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Monica R. Stallbaumer, age 96, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away on Tuesday, June 9, 2020. She was born on April 29, 1924 in Seneca, Kansas, the daughter of William and Laurina Lackey.

In 1943, she married Regis F. Stallbaumer and the couple moved to Kansas City, Missouri in 1949 and then to Overland Park, Kansas in 1954 where she resided for over 65 years. Monica and Regis raised two children, Raymond D. Stallbaumer and David F. Stallbaumer.

Monica worked for Safeway supermarkets for 36 years. She enjoyed many wonderful years with her family, siblings, grandchildren and good friends in her neighborhood. Monica was always eager to play any type of card game and was an avid fan of Kansas Jayhawk basketball. She regularly attended Queen of the Holy Rosary Church near her home.

Monica was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Regis; her son, Raymond D. Stallbaumer; grandson, Shawn Stallbaumer; her sisters, Remiga Lierz and Alice Kongs; and brothers; Hubert Lackey and Gerald Lackey.

Monica is survived by her son, David F. Stallbaumer and spouse, Patty of Newton, Kansas and Raymond’s surviving spouse Kathleen (Hutton) Stallbaumer of Erie, Colorado; as well as her brother, Eugene Lackey of Lincoln, Nebraska. Monica was the cherished grandmother of Shelley (Stallbaumer) Staehr, Mike Stallbaumer, Jason Stallbaumer, Ashley (Stallbaumer) Pierson, and Tiffany (Stallbaumer) Dore. She is also survived by 8 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

Visitation will be at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 17, 2020 with a funeral Mass at 10 a.m. at Queen of the Holy Rosary Church at 7023 W. 71st Street, Overland Park, Kansas 66204; physical distancing and wearing of masks will be required to attend the service (which may limit attendance). Private family interment will be at Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, Lenexa, Kansas following the Mass. Memorial contributions may be made to Queen of the Holy Rosary Church in her honor.

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  • Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, June 17, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, June 17, 2020

  • Interment

    Wednesday, June 17, 2020

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Julie Keen

June 15, 2020

My mother Miriam and I are sending prayers to the family. My mother and Monica became good friends over the past year. They enjoyed playing cards, going to Bingo and sharing great conversations over meals. It was an honor to get to know your mother and her sweet personality. Thinking of the family at this time.
Julie

Ashley Pierson

June 12, 2020

My grandmother Monica is the most kind person I have ever met. I miss her more than words can say. The family feels empty without her.

She is an integral part of so many of my Kansas memories. I loved playing cards (especially the game "Thirteen") and eating breakfast at Perkins with her. She loved catering to Grandpa's sweet tooth and always had cake (chocolate with caramel icing) in the kitchen.

She is pictured here with several of her great-grandchildren. My daughter Abby called her "GG" and loved our trips to GG's house in Kansas.

Barbara Hake

June 12, 2020

Mony will always be a treasured aunt to us. Her kindness and compassion to our family will always be remembered. We enjoyed stopping by to visit her at her home and I especially enjoyed our lunches together. She was a special lady to us and we will miss her very much.

Theresa Lackey

June 10, 2020

Monica your a wonderful aunt,especially in 2016 when you called to talk to me after I got sick with mrsa,I remember all the lackey reunions, your an inspiration,

TIFFANY DORE

June 10, 2020

Grandma, Nothing will ever be the same... I'll never forget your reaction .. when we told you another generation was born and made you a great great grandma.... you said I must be getting older now... i love and miss you so much... I'll miss our chats on cross-stitch, crochet, knitting... thank you for being there for all of us... say Hi to my brother..Grandpa and Ray.. missed but not forgotten...

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