Mary Ann Timmons Plunkett

Mary Ann Timmons Plunkett, 84 passed away Monday, May 20, 2013, at the Homestead Memory Care, Oalthe, Kansas.

 

Mary was born July 27, 1928, in Kansas City, Kansas, to Guy and Henrietta Kanatzar. She was a 1945 graduate of Bishop Ward High School. Mary was a devoted wife and mother. Before Mary was married to Robert Franklin Timmons, she worked for Bell South Telephone Co. Later in life, Mary worked  for Schrader Marketing Research Co. and Santa Plus, Inc.

 

Mary was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Robert Franklin Timmons in 1990 and husband, Robert H. Plunkett, 2003; two sons, Michael Allen Timmons and Patrick Kevin Timmons; and sister, Betty Jo Bondank.

 

Survivors  include her children and their spouses, Karen Ann (Jay) Bruton, Houston, Texas, Gayle (Tony) Plunkett, Olathe, Kansas, Judy Timmons Hill, Kansas City, Missouri, Robert Franklin (Beth) Timmons, II, Troy, Missouri, Brenda  Timmons (Michael DiSanto) Martin, Olathe, Kansas, Sharon Timmons (Mark) Jones, Fishers, Indiana, Shelly Timmons (Michael) Pritchett, Lee’s Summit, Missouri, Kelly Timmons Lewis, Overland Park, Kansas; daughter-in-law, Terry McNulty Timmons; step-children, Jim (Sherrie) Plunkett, Kansas City, Missouri, and Carolyn Plunkett, Shawnee, Kansas;  grandchildren, James C. Dyer, V, Ryan Jones, Brooke Jones-Jakubov, Stephen English, Bryan English, Shaun Hill, Justin Hill, Jennifer Timmons, Michael Timmons, Katie Timmons James, Rachael Martin, Thomas Martin, Lauren Martin, Natalie Coffin, Carly Jones, William Robert Jones, Nicholas Pritchett, Holley Lewis, Hannah Lewis, Mallory Lewis; step grandchildren, Allison Plunkett, Beth Plunkett, Andrea Plunkett and Ali Plunkett; and great grandchildren, Lauren Dyer, Bergen Dyer, Jade Ann Jones, Zachary Jones, Ava Jakubov, Ryder Jakubov, Joseph English, Jack English, Paul English, Michael English, Stella Plunkett-King, Harper Plunkett-King, Nathaniel Plunkett and Macaylah Bowers.

 

Mass of Christian Burial and Visitation

 

Visitation will be from 6:00-8:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 22, 2013, at the Amos Family Funeral Home.  Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00 a.m., Thursday, May 23, 2013,  at Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 16000 W. 143rd Street, Olathe, Kansas; burial in the Resurrection Cemetery, Lenexa, Kansas.

 

Memorial Contributions

 

Memorial contributions may be made to:

 

American Cancer Society

1100 Pennsylvania Avenue

Kansas City, Missouri 64105

 

 

 


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16 Comments on “Mary Ann Timmons Plunkett”

  1. Ginger Burns Says:

    My deepest sympathy to the whole family. I know you all have many great memories of Mary Ann and she will live in your hearts forever.

  2. The Bicknell Family (Phil, Rhonda, Lora & Brandon) Says:

    Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Mary Ann’s entire family. We cherish the memories we created with Mary Ann and Bob as their dear neighbors for many years. May God comfort all of you to provide great peace during this most difficult time. RIP, Mary Ann–until we meet again.

  3. Vickie Says:

    May your family share all the love you can btween each other at this very hard time..Sharon love you and if u need anything you call me Vickie

  4. Nancy Dyer-Ligon Says:

    Dear Karen,Jimmy, and family,

    I am so sorry to hear of your mother/grandmother/great-grandmother’s passing. I will always remember 49th Street and the wonderful Timmons family we were honored to grow up with.
    Love to you all,
    Nancy

  5. Jane Earles Says:

    My prayers and love to each and every one of you. I have the best memories of Christmas at your house!

  6. Scott and Jodi Bouyack Says:

    Sharon and family — so very sorry for your loss. Sending all of you much love and hugs. You have been and will remain in our thoughts.

  7. Margaret Martin Says:

    Brenda and family, So saddened to hear of your mom’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and I know she will be greatly missed by all of her family. I will be thinking of you in the days to come and hope you gather strength from the love she leaves behind.

  8. Ruth I. Earhart Says:

    Sharon: I was sorry to see on FB that your mama had passed away, but happy to know that she had just taken up a new residence in heaven. I know she was a very important part of your life, and if she raised you…..she MUST have been a Saint (ha). Surround yourself with family and friends this week and weekend in KC and enjoy sharing memories, pictures and, of course, hugs. Love, Ruth Earhart

  9. Pete & Debbie Booher Says:

    We want to let you all know how sad we are about your loss. In our mind we know they are in a better place, in God’s arms, but the heart still hurts. May God be with you all and help ease your pain. Mary Ann was a wonderful woman that truly loved her family. Blessings to you all.

  10. Linda Bondank Tonda NYC Says:

    I have so many fond memories of the Timmons and Bondank family getting together for family events. My sincere sympathy for all the kids, extended family members and grandkids.

  11. Dianne Bondank Perritt, Yorktown, VA Says:

    Mary Ann was a very special lady. My deepest sympanthy goes out to all of you. We had such good times when we all got together especially when we were young.

  12. Jim and Mary Bondank, Phoenix, AZ. Says:

    Aunt Mary Ann was always a fun and loving person to be around. You could feel the love she had for her family. Always good times when the two families got together. May you all find peace in your hearts and comfort during this difficult time. Aunt Mary Ann will never be forgotten.

  13. Denise Dunn Says:

    To Judy and all of Mary Ann’s family,
    Sadly, I learned of her passing in mass this evening, 5/26. I was shocked and so sad. It was my honor to get to know Mary Ann over the years that I drove her to church. I hadn’t heard from anyone in some time, but always included May Ann in my rosary. I so wish I would had known of her passing sooner as I would have been there to honor her at her services. Please know that she brought many smiles to my face and heart. I loved visiting with her during our drives to and from church. We’d share stories and laugh. I just loved her. May God comfort all of you during the days and weeks ahead. And may God bless and keep you, Mary Ann. I will miss you. Xoxo

  14. Sharon Jones Says:

    Miss and love you Momma. Until we meet again. Rest In Peace. Love you always and forever. Your favorite daughter, Sharon

  15. Sharon Jones Says:

    Following is Mom’s (Mary Timmons-Plunkett) Obituary. <3

  16. Sharon Timmons Jones Says:

    Do I believe I’m Blessed? Of course I do. My Mother told me so many, many times and when she did it was always quietly, confidently…and I knew that anything she told me was true.
    All of you reading these words have loved someone, have done someone a kindness, have healed a wound, have taken on a challenge, have created something beautiful and have enjoyed breathing the air of existence. Every moment you make a difference.
    I believe the Lord wants us to finish whatever He calls us to do, even when it requires, sorrow, happiness,determination, patience, life and death. God has taken Mom to eternal rest. She is a true angel and earned her wings in Heaven. She will be remembered daily and many fond memories will live within my heart. A heartfelt, warm and genuine thank you to all who have posted condolences for Mom. Love and Peace forever to my family and friends. <3

    Sharon Timmons Jones

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