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Mona L Sickman

September 27, 1952 - June 2, 2020

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Posted by:
Dean & Nan Bilden

Posted on:
June 7, 2020

Lee Roy and Family, We are grateful that we were able to get to know Mona when you lived in Texas. She was a very special person who will never be forgotten. Nan and I will always keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Nan and Dean

Posted by:
Wes Graham

Posted on:
June 7, 2020

So sorry for your loss LeRoy and family, my family sends you God’s love and prayers to all of you.

Posted by:
Elaine Manning

Posted on:
June 6, 2020

Words cannot express the sorrow that our hearts are feeling at this time. Mona was a very special lady. She had a heart of gold. We were so blessed to have had the Sickman Family as our neighbors in Marshall,Texas. Lee Roy, Tyler and Austin, May God Keep his loving arms wrapped around you all. We love you all!!

Posted by:
LaShondra Manning

Posted on:
June 6, 2020

To Mr. Lee Roy, Tyler, & Austin: You all were the best neighbors we had in Marshall! I'm saddened to hear about Mrs. Mona's death. I remember great times with the family and I'm so glad that I still have all the crocheted Barbies she made me among other goodies. I regret life hasn't brought me to MO, but I look forward to reuniting with Mrs. Mona in heaven. Peace, blessings, comfort, and condolences to you all during this time.

Posted by:
Barbara Cox

Posted on:
June 4, 2020

LeRoy and boys, so sad to hear of Monas passing. My prayers to each of you. Mona was one of my favorites at the dental office and since my retirement at school functions in Shenanandoah. She always had a big smile and very friendly. She will be missed by many.

Posted by:
David Law

Posted on:
June 4, 2020

So sad to hear this news. I haven't seen or spoken with Mona for many years, but I knew her when we were kids. She was a fun person to be around, and we shared many interests. Very pretty smile and sense of humor. I will always remember the fun times out on their farm in Missouri, where we kids were allowed to eat oatmeal cookies for breakfast and run around the farm all day. I have a vivid memory of catching fireflies on summer evenings and just enjoying the peace of their farm outside Stanberry. My sincere condolences to all of the family who have lost this innocent and loving soul.

Posted by:
Derrick and Kelley Madron

Posted on:
June 4, 2020

Our sincerest condolences to Mona's family. Very special lady that has helped us through the years. May God bless the family during this time of grief.

Posted by:
Cheryl McCall

Posted on:
June 4, 2020

I had the blessing of getting to know Mona while employed at First Christian. She was as beautiful inside as she was out. Always a smile, encouraging word, a laugh. Sending my sympathy to all. God bless.

Posted by:
LeRoy&Karen Ault

Posted on:
June 4, 2020

LeRoy was in Mona’s class an she was such a sweet person. You all have our Deepest Sympathy. We will keep you in our prayers and may your memories bring you comfort an peace .

Posted by:
Herb VanVactor

Posted on:
June 4, 2020

MY CONDOLENCES TO HER FAMILY. A VERY NICE PERSON.