Judith Kay (Greer) Agee
Judith Kay (Greer) Agee, 79, Nevada, Mo., passed away on Thursday, April 30, 2020, at her home in Nevada following a lengthy illness. Judy was born Oct. 1, 1940, in Harwood, Mo., the daughter of Oscar Warren Greer and Ethel Pearl (Stults) Greer. She married Stafford A. Agee of Nevada on Dec. 26, 1958, at Clayton Christian Church in Eve, Mo., and he survives of the home.
Judy grew up in the Eve community attending Pleasant Valley grade school and graduated from Nevada High School in 1959. She and her husband lived in Nevada initially, moving to Kansas City in 1973 and returning to Nevada in 1980. Judy worked in retail most of her life until the children were grown. She was a member of First Christian Church in Nevada, was past member of the Nevada Jaycee Wives Club serving as Regional Vice President, also a Charter member of the Bushwhacker Squares Square Dance Club, and a longtime member of the Vernon County Historical Society.
In addition to her husband Stafford of the home, survivors include one daughter, Jo Ann (Agee) Kappel and her husband Randy of Nevada; one son, James M. Agee and his wife, Shannon, of Lansing, Kan.; two granddaughters, Amy Agee of Webb City, Mo., Allison Ware and her husband, David, of Granby, Mo.; three great-grandchildren, Keerston, Alivia, and Aiden Ware; two brothers, John H. Greer of Honeyville, Utah, and Wayne Greer and his wife, Vera, of McCallister, Okla.; one sister, Elaine Millard and her husband, Douglas, of Wassilla, Alaska; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother and father; three brothers, Oscar (Jack) Greer, Leo Greer, and Joseph Greer, all of Utah; four sisters, Iva Mayfield of Lamar, Mo., Imogene Gruner, Fairbanks, Alaska, Betty Lance, Ogden, Utah, and Joan Lawson, rural Sheldon, Mo.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, May 7, at First Christian Church, in Nevada, with Pastor Bill Platt and Pastor Hubert Fox officiating. Interment will follow in Newton Burial Park in Nevada. Friends may call now and until the hour of service at the funeral home.
Memorials are suggested to Vernon County Cancer Relief in care of Ferry Funeral Home.
Beginning on May 4, there will no longer be a statewide limitation on the number of people attending funerals or visitations, however those in attendance will be asked to maintain social distancing, and that people are welcome to and, indeed, are encouraged to wear face mask to protect themselves and others.
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