Mary Alice Coomer

Mary Emerick Huber Coomer passed away on July 4, 2020. She was the daughter of Lee William Emerick and Caroline Rose Kaiser Emerick. She was preceded in death by both parents, her brother Lee William Emerick Jr., and her 2 sisters Louise Maupin and Rose Lucille Maupin.

In Mary’s working days at SOR she was a very diligent, organized leader and educator to her fellow workers. She would work rings around others, often telling the engineers what made things work better.

Mary is survived by her husband, William Dallas Coomer, her brother Charles Edward Emerick, 2 sisters: Sylvia Cox and Sandra Navarre.

2 children; John Huber and JoAnn Abendroth, 2 stepchildren, Chuck Coomer and Brett Coomer.

4 grandchildren: Joseph and Jessica Huber, Blaise and Marlena Abendroth, and 2 step grandchildren Aaron and Cody Coomer.

3 great grandchildren, Devon Anderson, MaKaela Edwards, and Jensen Abendroth. 

Mary also leaves many nieces, nephews, and many good friends.

Services

A funeral service will be held at Amos Family Funeral Home on Saturday, July 11th at 10:00 am. Burial will take place at Johnson County Memorial Gardens afterwards. Please be aware that due to COVID and safety precautions, we are limiting the number of people in our chapel to 45 for the funeral service. 

 

Video of Service

https://www.facebook.com/AmosFamily/videos/1725948147562180/ 


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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Monday, Jul. 6th 2020 | 4 Comments »

4 Comments on “Mary Alice Coomer”

  1. Jack and Anna Tate Says:

    Bill,
    We were so saddened to hear of Mary’s passing. If you need anything please let us know. We will miss her but I know she is having a blast seeing old friends like Sharon G.!
    Keeping you in our prayers.
    Anna, Jack, Joshua and Adam Tate

  2. Katie Bray Says:

    There are so many thoughts that rush into my mind as I try to find the words that give a true picture of my sister-in-law, Mary, as she was to me.
    I want to honor her memory and the special times she and I shared
    from the beginning of her marriage to my brother, Dallas. Our relationship
    began on their wedding day. I was privileged to help, Mary, get ready for
    her special day. I think we had an instant bonding as we talked about this and that. We giggled and smiled and were delighted to prepare for the wedding. It was a joy for me to know my brother was about to marry someone who truly loved him and would be a good partner for him. I had always wanted a sister, as I had two brothers. Dallas and T. A.II were great, but I needed a female companion. In short, that was only a glimpse into our sisterhood. We simply enjoyed one another’s company. Mary was always true to her word, would do anything to help anyone, laughed a lot and shed her beautiful light wherever she was and whatever she was doing. She was an extremely hard worker, with a man-size job, but that never hindered her. We were both gardener’s and avid readers.we often shared ideas about plants and a good read. Mary was also a wonderful cook. I learned so much from her and always we had fun in the kitchen together. Our time was cut short. I never dreamed she would cross over so soon. Although I miss her already, I feel she is finally at ease, and will never struggle with her health any more. Now she is free and blessed. She has reconnected with family and friends. The angels and our Lord have welcomed her home.
    She was true blessing in my life and in my family. I love her so much.

  3. Vicky and Ken Hogue Says:

    Bill,
    I am so sorry to hear about Mary. I worked with her for many years and was privileged to call her friend. She was one of the kindest, loving people I knew. She will be missed.

  4. Charles & Patsy Harmon Says:

    So very thrilled when you found your soul mate Mary. Such a Beautiful Angel here on earth. We love you Dallas and are so sorry for your loss, We love you dearly sweet friend and are so sorry for your loss, You are in our Prayers dear friend.

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