Obituaries detail

Barbara "Babs" Glazer

 

Barbara "Babs" Glazer was born in KCMO on 1.30.45 to John and Helen Maggio.  She was preternaturally intelligent, occasionally irreverent & unfalteringly stylish. An accomplished backgammon and poker player, Barbara's confidence and personality took her on amazing adventures and placed her in the company of the famous and infamous. She rescued and loved many lucky cats and one fortunate dog.  She was a scratch cook and remained an unapologetic food snob to the very end.

 

She is preceded in death by her father, mother and beloved younger brother, Joe.  She leaves behind her devoted sister, Sue Singleton (Phil), and daughter, Stacy Glazer, along with legions of fans & many close, life-long friends.

Condolences

Terry Jan 29 ,2020

Friend ,Fairway ,Kansas

So sorry for the loss of this amazing woman. Certainly a life well lived! May your memories bring you peace and comfort.

Patti Weinrich Davis Jan 30 ,2020

My daughter is friends w/her daughter. ,Leawood ,Kansas

Stacy, sweet girl. I saw this this morning was so shocked. Called my daughter Bridget for more info. God Bless You, sweet girl. Patti Weinrich Davis (mother of Bridget Kiggins)

Vicki Hart Jan 30 ,2020

Friend ,Carrabelle ,Florida

Barb and I have been friends for many years through her relationship with my brother. We often hung out together when I lived in Las Vegas and shared meals, conversations, and football games! After I moved to Florida, our conversations continued. We laughed and cried together many times. Barb's perspective on life and her sharing of anecdotal events always made my day. I loved her forthright observations and her candidness. She was a loyal and true friend. She was a cheerleader with her encouragement and support! I miss being able to pick up my phone to talk with her or to text back and forth during a football game. She was loved and will be missed terribly.

James Flanagan Jan 31 ,2020

Friend ,Las Vegas ,Nevada

I met babs in las vegas in the 80,s she was sitting behind Paul magrill one of backgammons best players who she had just beaten in Chicago when she finished 1st. Barb loved cats. All animals really. She loved the underdog. Great cook loved pefection. Witty. Intelligent gonna miss our talks she helped me become a better person John and helen must have been proud watching down babs did it the right way I love you Shadow. REST IN PEACE