Freda L. (Sunnee) Andress

Freda Louise (Sunnee) Andress (Rogers), 84, passed away Tuesday November 17, 2015, in Kansas City, MO.

Sunnee was born April 7, 1931, in Franklin County, to James Edward and Beulah Pearl (Cluck) Rogers.

Survivors include a son and daughter in law, David and Sue (Yadloski) Andress of Kansas City, MO, a daughter and son in law, Karen and Danny Gutierrez of Victoria, TX, five grandchildren, Teresa Cassell along with her husband Ben, Kimberlee Andress, Erik Andress and his wife Britney, all of Kansas City, MO, Brandon Gutierrez and his brother Brian Gutierrez of Victoria, TX., two great-grandchildren, Mallory and Emmory Cassell,  four brothers, Jimmy Rogers of Christopher, Don Rogers of Granite City, Eddie Rogers of Christopher, and Bob Rogers of Zeigler and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Lee Andress, two sisters, Doris Hiller and Darlene Moore, and a brother Tom Rogers.

Mrs. Andress was a retired executive secretary, loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother.

Sunnee requested no formal services and that her final rest be at her husbands side in Miners Cemetery west of Zeigler.


In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Good Shepherd Hospice of Kansas City, 123 W. Kansas Ave, Independence, MO 64050

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  1. Lucelia on December 14, 2015 at 6:50 am

    Hilary Fracassa-BarnesSeptember 27, 2012Tyler, your rich individuality has sehpad me and our family into who we are today! You always allowed me to be who i am and always made me feel loved. No one will ever be able to replace the hole you have left, but your memory will fill our hearts with warmth and laughter as we remember who you made all of us to be. I was very excited to find out that my first born is going to be a boy, it is important to me that my children have an older brother that will impact their lives as much as you have mine. My heart simply is torn when thinking that your gone, but our family will constantly be reminded by the laughter and joy you filled us all with!I LOVE YOU!!~lil sis

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