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The Dignity Memorial® online obituary search tool gives you access to obituaries from thousands of locations across North America. You can search by first or last name, state and publication date. Once you find the obituary you are looking for, you can get important information about upcoming services, share a favorite photo or memory, and send flowers or gifts to the family.
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Larry Dean Hollingsworth
03/14/1957 – 11/12/2018
Larry Dean Hollingsworth, age 61, of Belton, MO passed away on Monday, November 12, 2018. A visitation for Larry will be held Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at McGilley &...
Virginia Louise Mosby
01-07-1928 – 11/07/2018
VIRGINIA HIGGINS MOSBY Virginia Higgins Mosby of Belton, MO passed away November 7, 2018. She was born January 7, 1928 to Joe and Annie Higgins. She married the love of her life, Leo Mosby who...
Sybil Ann Faust
11/05/1936 – 11/02/2018
Sybil Ann Faust of the late A.T. and Estee Faust lost her battle with Parkinson’s Friday, November 2, 2018. She will be laid to rest in Maplewood Cemetery, Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 2pm. 400...
W.E. "Bill" Bailey
12/13/1938 – 11/02/2018
Bill Bailey, 79, passed away November 2, 2018. Visitation will be from 5-7 pm Friday, November 9, 2018 at McGilley & George Funeral Home, Belton, MO. Private inurnment will be held at High Noon on...
John Franklin Santoro
12/04/1947 – 10-26-2018
John Franklin Santoro, age 70, of Kansas City, Missouri passed away on Friday, October 26, 2018. John was born December 4, 1947 in Nassau County, New York. A funeral service for...
Patrick Mitchell Davis
03/06/1968 – 10-29-2018
Patrick Mitchell Davis, age 50 of Belton, Missouri passed away on Monday, October 29, 2018. Patrick was born March 6, 1968 in Kansas City, Missouri to Ronnie L. Davis and Barbara L. Davis. A...
Howard Sherman Houser
06/15/1931 – 10/24/2018
Howard Sherman Houser was born in Emporia, KS to Arthur J. Houser and Waunita Catherine Jackson Houser. He was an Air Force Veteran and a member of the Elks Lodge in Belton. Howard was...
Veleta Ladean Raya (Dee)
08/27/1945 – 10/19/2018
VELETA “DEE” RAYA Veleta “Dee” Raya, 73, of Belton, MO died Oct. 19, 2018. She was born Aug. 27, 1945 in Henryetta, OK to Leon and Chris Farrar. After four children, while working full time she went...
John Randall Baker
05/22/1959 – 10/17/2018
John Randall Baker (Randy) died unexpectedly at his home in Belton, MO on October 17, 2018, Belton, MO, 59. John is survived by his parents, Ray and Maureen Baker of Lake Jackson, TX; sons, John...
Obituaries celebrate and honor unique lives
Today’s obituaries are more than simple funeral announcements and a list of the names of family members. Modern obituaries include treasured memories, funny stories and important details that showcase the joys and moments of a life lived. A great obituary tells a unique story and reflects the personality of the person it commemorates.
Obituaries give visitation, funeral and memorial details
Funeral services that include a viewing or wake are usually held within a few days of a death, but a funeral or memorial service can sometimes take place much later. Some families choose to hold a visitation before the service, while others may prefer a more low-key or private family service. A memorial service can take place at a funeral home, chapel or another location that was meaningful to the loved one. Preferences vary, and an obituary lets friends and family know where to go and when. The online obituary also allows you to sign up for reminders about services to provide assurance that you don't miss an important memorial event.
Send flowers or gifts directly to the service or family's home
Along with words of condolence, sending flowers or a small gift is a wonderful way to show you care. With the Dignity Memorial online obituary, it's simple to order a bouquet or another token of care and have it delivered directly to the funeral service or the family’s home.
Online obituaries let you leave words of support
It's important not to underestimate the power of a simple message or cherished photo to bring support and comfort to those who are grieving. Send a note, share a story or upload a photo. Your condolences and kind words will remain with the obituary, providing comfort for the family for years to come.