Gladys Cobb: In Our Care ~ March 23, 2020
Maysville, MO….Gladys Leona Cobb, age 90, was born September 24, 1929 in Clinton County Missouri, the daughter of Elmer and Pearl (Milligan) Lollar, and passed away March 23, 2020 in St. Joseph, MO.
Gladys and Leo Ross Cobb were united in marriage in Kansas in 1947. To this union five children were born. Gladys loved farming and farm life. She also worked many years at CD Smith Drug Company and at Missouri Methodist Hospital in St. Joseph.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband Leo; and her three sisters and two brothers.
Survivors include five children, Ronald (Judy) Cobb, Platte City, Mary McDonald, Osborn, Donald Cobb, Columbia, Judy Korris, Cameron, and Ruth Ann Nicholson, Maysville; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.
It was Glady’s wishes to have a Private Funeral Service and burial at Oak Lawn Cemetery with immediate family only. Friends may come to Turner Family Funeral Home of Maysville to sign the Register Book. Memorial Contributions: DeKalb County Historical Society. Online Condolences: www.turnerfamilyfuneral.com
Sorry for your family’s loss. Please know you are all in our prayers.
Prayers for. Comfort
So sorry for your loss.
So sorry for the loss of your loved one. Praying for peace and comfort.
So sorry for your loss.
We enjoyed having Gladys as out neighbor. She was a good friend.
Sorry for your loss. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Juanita, Manley, Tom & Cindy
I met Gladys at Riverside Diversicare, where my mother Audrey resides. When visiting my Mom, I would visit with the other residents. Gladys would always give me the most beautiful smile! I would ask her how she was, and tell her “I love you Miss Gladys”. My Mom had an Aunt Gladys, and that’s how we would remember her name. I will miss seeing her. My prayers are with your family during this difficult time. May God comfort your family.
JIm and Linda Mason
Our prayers are for your family. She always had a smile and had time to stop and talk. So very friendly. Lots of memories.
So sorry for your loss of your mother. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Betty Graham
Aunt Gladys you will be missed. Much love to your family today.Take care.
Always enjoyed our talks at Nelle’s. Love you, Aunt Gladys!
I worked with Gladys at Cameron Newspapers. She had a great work ethic and set an example for me to keep going when the going got tough. I was a better person for having known Gladys. Hello Ruth Ann, so sorry for your loss.
So sorry to hear about your mom. She raised such nice children.