Obituaries detail

Roseann Eaton Mazur

It’s with sad and heavy, yet faithful and believing hearts that we share the news that Roseann Eaton Mazur passed away on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at the age of 62, as sirens trumpeted and bolts of lightning announced her departure (as a tornado blew through town).  Roseann was born in Independence, Kansas and lived the majority of her life in Kansas City, Missouri; she attended Boone Elementary School, Center South Junior High and Center High School, graduating with the Class of 1979.  Roseann loved acting and drama, was active with Camelot Academy, Drama Club, aka “Players 58”, as well as paint crews supporting the drama department at CHS.  Roseann attended Avila College and participated in its theater department.  Roseann worked at various insurance companies and spent the last 25 years as a devoted and committed CSR with Quest Diagnostics (f/k/a LabOne) where she loved developing telephone-friendships with those who called in (and often times exceeded the standard time allotted for those calls).  Roseann loved The Sound of Music and hopes that she’ll be remembered whenever her family and friends watches it.  She was a lover pets, hugs (both giving and receiving them), reading, writing poetry, Precious Moments, journaling, and life.  She loved her family and loved every opportunity love on them. 



She started writing poetry at a young age and was blessed with the gift of sweet and faithful sentiments in her prose, even sending her poems to various publications for consideration in magazines.  Roseann possessed a beautiful soul and was quick to give a smile, a gentle word of encouragement, with a contagiously positive attitude who gave her love freely to those in her world.  Those who knew her would say her view on people and life was that of love and grace, as that was her gift to all whose lives she touched.  As one friend shared, she was a light in the world that shone just a little brighter than others – and her light will continue to be an inspiration.



Roseann loved her Church Family at Colonial Presbyterian Church, having served as a volunteer with its various outreach opportunities and ministries.  She loved her faith and lived by the “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” verse in a way that continues to be an inspiration.  She leaves behind her loving husband Martin, a large collection of family, nieces, nephews, and cousins.



Please consider joining us on Sunday, June 26th at 2:00 at Colonial Presbyterian Church, 95th & Wornall Road, as we gather to honor, celebrate and remember Roseann.

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Celebration of Life
Colonial Presbyterian Church
9500 Wornall Rd.
Kansas City
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Date of Service:
Jun 26 ,2022
Time of Service:
2:00 pm
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Debra Mazur and Lewis Mazur Jun 14 ,2022

1st. Cousins ,Troy ,Kansas

Martin, and Family. We were Blessed to have Met her And You that time in St. Joseph Mo. She was happy. To be with us. Her Mansion was Ready. She's Missed Already. Take care of yourself Cousin Marty Hugs 🤗. Your Family Lewis and Debra Mazur

Louie Mazur Jun 14 ,2022

Cousin ,Troy ,Kansas

Sorry to hear about the passing of Roseann. We saw her and Marty in St. Joseph Mo. She was a very kind lady. We are praying for Marty

joyanna Jun 15 ,2022

friend ,independence ,Missouri

what little time I know her she was always nice and loving person ...

Patricia Williams Jun 15 ,2022

Co-worker of Martin Mazur ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Martin, I am so sorry for your loss and my condolences to you and your family

Sonya Coleman-Tall Jun 19 ,2022

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Rose was one of the kindness people I knew. I was very saddened to hear of her passing. I'm sending prayers up for Martin and all of Rose's family. I know she is in a much better place and she is providing hugs and words of encouragement.

Maren Davis Jun 22 ,2022

friend from Center Senior High graduating class 79 ,Austin ,Texas

Gone too soon. We had just come back into contact and didn't have much time to reconnect. During our time in high school, Roseann always made me feel safe and appreciated. As with anyone she met, it is our gain to have known her. Martin, I am sorry for you and your family's loss.