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In Memory of

Jeanine E. Sifers

October 5, 1938 - November 26, 2016

Obituary


Jeanine E. Sifers, 78, of Gladstone, Missouri went to the arms of our Lord on Saturday, November 26. She was born in Lancaster, Wisconsin to Floyd and Naomi Mullnix and resided in St. Joseph Missouri. She was a 1956 graduate of Central High School and married her loving husband Jerome W. Sifers, also of St. Joseph, who preceeded her in death.

Jeanine was employed at Missouri Western Health Center for over 30 years and was extremely active with the Bolling Heights Community Board, encouraging her neighbors "get on the move to make a difference"...

Jeanine E. Sifers, 78, of Gladstone, Missouri went to the arms of our Lord on Saturday, November 26. She was born in Lancaster, Wisconsin to Floyd and Naomi Mullnix and resided in St. Joseph Missouri. She was a 1956 graduate of Central High School and married her loving husband Jerome W. Sifers, also of St. Joseph, who preceeded her in death.

Jeanine was employed at Missouri Western Health Center for over 30 years and was extremely active with the Bolling Heights Community Board, encouraging her neighbors "get on the move to make a difference" in Gladstone.

She is survived by her three daughters Jennifer Robertson of San Mateo, California; Janice Sifers of Louisburg, Kansas; and Johanna Shuler of Kansas City, Missouri, plus three grandchildren, Callie Robertson, Marissa Hubbard, and Alec Shuler.

A visitation is set for December 17th at McGilley Antioch Chapel in Kansas City, Missouri from noon until 1 p.m. followed by a memorial service at the chapel until 2 p.m., a cemetery service will follow at Terrace Park. A Celebration of Life will be held the same day at the Gladstone Community Center beginning at 3 p.m. The family suggests casual attire with your favorite team's sport shirt for the service and celebration. Jeanine enjoyed many sports, such as the Royals, Chiefs, Mizzou, and NASCAR.

Donations can be sent to her charities, which include Special Olympics, Breast Cancer Awareness, St. Jude, Shriners and Hospice. Condolences to the family can be left with McGilley Antioch Chapel.