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Raytown Mourns the Passing of WANDA ROBB MEANS

 Wanda Robb Means, Raytown, MO departed her earthly home July 15, 2014. Cremation. Graveside services will be held at Riverside Cemetery, Warsaw, MO on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 12:30 PM. Wanda was born July 3, 1925 on a farm near Warsaw, MO, now known as the Hilti Quarries.  She attended Warsaw High School, and CMSU in Warrensburg, MO where she received her teacher’s certificate.  While there she met and married Efton L. Means.  Both taught school in the Warsaw area before moving to KC.  Three children were born to this union: G. Robb Means, Tamara A. Johnson, and Kimber L. Means. Survivors include her daughters, Tamara A. Johnson (Claude) Independence, MO, Kimber L. Means, Sapulpa OK; daughter-in-law, Margery Means, Plymouth Mtg., PA; eight special grandchildren, Justin Johnson (Jessie), Michael Johnson (Meagan), James Fowler (Tammy), Steven Fowler (Jennifer), Jackie Means, Samuel Means, Natalie Means, Truman Means; ten special great grandchildren, Ashley, Tyler, Vincent, Ireland, Taylor, Lindsey, Shane, Keagen, D.J., Braxten; and her beloved four-legged companion, Sally.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Efton L. Means; son, G. Robb Means; and infant grandchild, Sara Margaret Means; and her four-legged companions, Hilde, Tilly and ME. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wayside Waifs. “From Womb to Tomb is but a stride; but God’s great scheme is clever. To each heart he meets, so many beats; But the soul goes on forever.”

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