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DORIS KATHERINE PEACHER

Kansas City, Missouri

Apr 18, 1920 – Feb 20, 2011

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Born April 18, 1920, to Robert and Violet F. (Harper) Inman, Doris went to be with her beloved husband of 55 years, Russell and her brother, Frank "Bud" Inman, on Feb. 20, 2011. Visitation will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, with services at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb....

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Mom - We had our ups and downs over the years, but I always knew that no matter what, you were always there for me. I was honored to be there for you the last few years. Shop with Ruth and drink a beer with Dad. I will remember what you taught me - 'Life isn't about how you survived the storm. It's about how you danced in the rain. Love Sherry

Sherry,

I am so sorry to read the sad news of your mother. I lost my mom (2/21/99) at age 77 and am so glad you were blessed with many more years with your mother (they were born 1 year apart).

I wanted you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Take care and GOD Bless..

'Hello Doris' & 'Hello Baby' I will miss saying these two things that produced a giggle at the other end of the phone. From hose w/seams, girdles, Chicken Noodle soup, Meatballs to 'who's you driver' for the NASCAR race each week, along with the quirky looks, grunts, complete enthusiasm of most anything, will be greatly missed. Sherry, Chris & Teresa, Doris was a great foundation from which you carry in your genes and your heart forever. I will miss my A.G.M....Adopted Grand Mother!

'Hello Doris'...'Hello Baby' I will miss the giggle at the other end of the phone whenever I said these words. The conversations of hose w/seams, girdles, Meat Balls & Chicken Noodle soup to 'who's your driver' each week for the NASCAR race. My week will be void of all this as well as the quirky looks, grunts and enthusiasm of life. LOVE is a fountain from which all goodness flows. Doris was a fountain. To Sherry, Chris & Teresa, you have a great foundation that you carry in you heart...

'Hello Doris'.....Hello Baby'. I will truly miss saying these words and hearing the giggle at the other end of the phone. Between conversation of hose w/seams, girdles and the Big Bopper, to Meat Balls, Chicken Noodle soup and ending with 'who's your driver' on NASCAR, My week wil be void of a loved person in my life. Her laughter and enthusiasm and those quirky looks you get, just brought laughter to all. I will miss my A.G.M...Adopted Grand Mother.

Sherry,
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this tough time. I had hoped to be able to at least attend the funeral, but my spirit will be with you. Love you! Louise

Your Mom was a wonderful person. I remember all the treats she would make for us at the bank and the chocolate cream pie especially for me. She always thought of others.

I have great memories of going with grandma to visit Mrs. Peacher and Aunt Vi. Sherry, you and your family are in my thoughts at this difficult time.

I am so sorry for your loss Sherry. Your mom was such an awesome person and I always had so much fun with her when she babysat me! You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.