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Daisy Lenore Tweeddale, 95, Lee’s Summit, Missouri passed away June 21, 2015. A memorial service will be held 10:00 AM, Friday, August 21st, 2015 at Woods Chapel United Methodist Church, Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
Daisy was born January 2, 1920 to John Guy Minton and Edna Geraldine Minton of Albany, Oregon. She was a graduate of Salem High School and earned her teaching degree from Monmouth Normal School and taught grade school in both Tillamook and Hood River, Oregon.
She Married Allan Pollock Tweeddale in Trinidad, Colorado on Christmas Day of 1941. The couple eventually moved to Kansas City, Missouri and had three children. Daisy was an active member of North Cross United Methodist Church where she wrote and taught her own Bible studies for over 40 years. Daisy was also a published author of a Bible Study series called Dear Christian Friends; a study of Paul’s letters and journeys. She was a woman of deep faith and great love for God and His Word.
Daisy was preceded in death by; husband 57 years, Allan; one brother and one sister. Survivors include; son, Thomas A Tweeddale, Denton, Texas; daughter & son-in-law, Donna & Frank Eaton, Lee’s Summit, Missouri; son & daughter-in-law, Donald K & Melinda Tweeddale, Liberty, Missouri; sister, Donna Lang, Salem, Oregon; five grandchildren, six great grandchildren, two great great grandchildren and host of nieces and nephews.
She will be remembered for her bright smile, her caring, compassionate nature, her funny sense of humor and her love of family.
Carol A. Smith says
My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time. I will always treasure my time with her and remember her as a loving, caring, and sharing Grandmother to Tom and my sons, John and Scott Tweeddale.
Scott Tweeddale says
A person is not given too many compass’s to provide direction, love and support in life. Grandma was a one of a kind, wonderful person who’s love, support and friendship will be sorely missed. I have so many fond memories of holidays and visits through my life. I love you Grandma/Grandpa and look forward to seeing you both again and being filled with your love in Heaven.
Michelle Larson says
Wishing you peace and many wonderful memories of time well spent together.
What a blessing to have a family of faith where you know, without a shadow of a doubt, that you will see each other in heaven again one day.
Blessings to you all.
Steve Gal says
I remember Daisy as a wonderfully kind person, an outstanding mother and advocate for her son, Donald, and his wife, Melinda.
Pat & Bruce Borad says
Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. Please know you are loved.
Sheila Williams says
My sincerest condolences to your family. May you find comfort with your fond memories and support from your family members and friends.
Trina Wright says
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I pray her love and faith bring peace to you during this time.
Carolyn Cargyle says
May your sweet memories fill you with joy and bring peace to your heart.
Carolyn Grover says
My prayers are with you and your family at this time. What wonderful memories you have of your Mom. Theywill be there alsways.
Jo Brandsgaard says
Have known Daisy, Donna and Frank for a short time. What precious dear people. I stole this from Pastor Jeff……Assurance of our salvation is such a wonderful gift to leave to our family, and Daisy so did that!
Judy Brooks says
How wonderful to have a mother of such deep faith. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. Judy Brooks
Sharon Weems says
I attended Daisy’s Bible Study at North Cross UMC for several years and learned a lot. But the one thing I appreciate about her the most is that she taught me how to pray as if I were merely talking to God. She always had a list of questions she compiled to ask God when she got to heaven and I know she is at his feet getting all her answers right now!!! My prayers and thoughts go out to her family.
Dan & Jean McKay says
We mourn your loss! Condolences!
Etty Minton Blaney says
Dear Daisy! What a precious aunt! Every memory I have of her is filled with her great smile, infectious laugh, her enthusiasm for life, and her encouraging words. She was a great support to me in my writing efforts and is still very dear to my heart. What a grand reunion it must have been in Heaven when she arrived! Her dear Allen, my daddy and mother, her sister, Minty; and brothers-in-law, Keith and Ted, not to mention her grandparents and dad, all gathered at the Pearly Gates to greet her! What a great celebration they are having! And the Guest of Honor…the One she loves so dearly, Jesus! My love to my dear cousins. It is so wonderful to know that this is just a temporary parting and that one of these days, we get to join the party, never to be separated again!
Richard and Betty Mill says
Daisy was such a blessing in our lives, always with a smile sweet kind words and that twinkle in her eye. Loved her so much and will miss her. God has special work for her.
Millie & Mel Leistico says
Our thoughts and prayers are with Daisy Tweeddale’s family as they remember her time here on earth. We always enjoyed the time we spent with Daisy – had some wonderful and fun visits. We know she is missed here on earth, but is now with her Heavenly Father.