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Mary  Klawuhn

Mary Theresa Klawuhn (Stuart)

Thursday, April 2nd, 1936 - Saturday, March 21st, 2020
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Obituary

Mary Theresa Klawuhn, 83, Rushville, MO passed away Saturday, March 21, 2020 at her home.

The family has decided due to current restrictions, a private family celebration of life gathering will be held at a later date. Memorials in honor of Mary are suggested to Rushville, MO First Responders or Rushville Christian Church youth group and may be sent in care of the Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home, who is has been entrusted with the arrangements. Online condolences may be left at www.beckerdyer.com.

Mary was born April 2, 1936 the daughter of Leo and Lucinda (Bellis) Stuart. She graduated from DeKalb High School. Mary worked as a telephone operator for South Western Bell in St. Joseph, MO. After she retired she went to work for Atchison Leather Products. She was a member of the Rushville Christian Church and Pioneer’s Club. Mary enjoyed knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching, needle point and quilting. She also enjoyed collecting and refinishing antique furniture.

Mary married James M. Klawuhn, Sr., on September 17, 1954 in Rushville, MO; he preceded her in death on December 18, 2011. Survivors include a son, Jeff and Robyn Klawuhn, Rushville, MO, a daughter in law Susan Klawuhn, Rushville, MO, three grandchildren, Megan (Eric) Belveal, Cole (Jackee) Klawuhn, Dylan Klawuhn, and three great grandchildren, Cooper and Mason Belveal and Elizabeth Klawuhn.

She was also preceded in death by her parents, four brothers, Rex, Buck, Tub and Kenny Stuart, two sisters, Lucille Crockett and Helen Wynkoop and a great grandchild, Norman Klawuhn.
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A private family celebration of life gathering at a later date.

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Janice White

Posted at 02:05pm
Butch and I are thinking of all the family and friends at this time. Mary was a wonderful woman. She was a great friend and was a joy to be around. She always remembered Butch come Halloween time, as she did many others. She will be missed. Many prayers go out to you all.
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Lisa (Sherman) Mann

Posted at 12:52am
Thinking of friends and family at this time. I worked with Sue on OB. A great Nurse and enjoyed her dedication, humor and enthusiasm.
Take care! Lisa (Sherman) Mann BSN, RN
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Janine

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Janine

Posted at 12:20pm
Mary was truly the sweetest, most kindness person I know!! I love her dearly, Mary was most definitely a very good friend to me, I too, will miss little Miss Mary so much! I will miss our long visits of just talking about anything, we laughed so good!! I learned alot from Mary, whether it was about her antiques, or whether it be " times back in her day" I loved to listen to miss Mary. Mary, you were a hoot!! I love miss Mary, and I will truly miss you, ❤. One more thing Mary loved the little guy (Mahomes) who played the QB for the chiefs,
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Kathy Aloisio

Posted at 08:50pm
Mary was a very special lady. i met her shortly after Jeff and Robyn were engaged. She has always been so kind and generous. I know her family will miss her terribly. She brightened every life she touched. I remember driving over to her house when there had just been a tornado in Halls and she was more concerned with everyone's safety even though the tornado was closest to her. That was Mary, always thinking of others. Rest well Mary. I know you are at peace...
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