Trudie Carpenter
1925 - 2021
BORN
1925
DIED
2021
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Maple Hill Funeral Home
3300 Shawnee Drive
Kansas City, KS
Trudie Carpenter
September 27, 2021
Kansas City, Missouri - Trudie Mae (Stuckey) Carpenter, 95 passed away 27 Sep 2021. Trudie was born 13 Nov 1925 to Guy David Stuckey and Floyce Vivian (Day) Stuckey in Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana. She was the Eldest of ten children. She married Waymon G. Carpenter 24 Oct 1946, in Gilmer Texas. They raised three children; a son Wayne, and two daughters Bobbie and Gwen. She was preceded in death by Waymon her husband of 65 years, a daughter Bobbie Renshaw; and 2 grandsons Eric Renshaw and Mikey Mazur her parents, 5 brothers, Edward Stuckey, D.J. Stuckey, Carl Stuckey, Guy Clinton Stuckey, Jerry Stuckey, and a sister, Lorean Stuckey. Surviving are her son Wayne Carpenter, daughters-in-law Shari Carpenter and Anita Carpenter; daughter Gwen and son-in-law David Kerschbaum; 3 sisters Helen Guillory, Clara and brother-in-law Don Williams, Ruby and brother-in-law Tommy Cole all from Lousiana. There is 9 grandchildren Stephen Carpenter, Leland and his wife Margie Carpenter, Krissie Bash, TJ and Her husband Michael Runnels, Edward Johnston, Annette Mazur, Suzannah Renshaw; 17 great grand children: Lauren S. Joround her husband Jesse, Alysha and her husband Justin Grant, Jesse, Colby and Austin Carpenter, Alex and Eryka Bash, Geraldine and Christopher Childes, Kaitlin and Autumn Runnels, Joshua and Christenia Johnston, Gracie and Noah Renshaw; 6 great-great grandchildren Makena Andreasen, Peyton Martin, Braden Sjoround, Alexander Childs, Zayn Anthony Childs, and Everlynn Rose Childs; extended family members include Marc and Cecilia Stuckey and Tracie and John Arana of Las Vegas, Bianca Nicole Runnels, Daniel Verser Lunsford, Bryleigh Mae Lunsford and Dawson Blaine Lunsford Cody Allen Runnels, Mathew Tyler Runnels and Logan Cole Runnels, Travis and Melissa Korn, Jenifer Getty, Mary and Chris Hogan, Alex Getty-Ritch, Ian Getty-Ritch and Max Hogan. Trudie had many hobbies throughout her life were cooking, crocheting, ceramics, sewing, flower gardening, and bird watching. After many years working for Singer Sewing Company she retired to enjoy her crafts, hobbies and her family. Most of all she enjoyed her family. There will be a visitation on October 15, 2021 from 1 - 3PM, at Maple Hill Funeral Home, in Kansas City, Kansas. In lieu of flowers please make your donations to: Heartland Hospice Memorial Fund, 4731 South Cochise Dr, Suite, Independence, Mo, 64055.


Published by Kansas City Star on Oct. 7, 2021.
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Trudie and Wayne were like grandparents to us. I can´t even imagine what our lives would have been like if they did not live across the street. Trudie was always the brightest light in the room and did not take any guff from anyone. I have so many memories of her. She will be missed
Sumita Debroy
October 9, 2021
Aunt Trudy will always be remembered as a rock to us when we needed her. Mom always called her sis because she was closer than a sister. I will always cherish the childhood memories I have of her & Uncle Wayne, and the items she put her love into making. She never had a unkind word for anyone. Love and hugs to all of you.
Tracie Arana
October 7, 2021
I am very sorry about losing your love one. We know that someday they will leave us but its hard to let go. It sounds as if she hard a very good life!
Carol Conway
October 7, 2021
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