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LaDawn Webb Tolman, 76, Odessa, MO passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family, September 19, 2012 after a two and a half year battle with cancer. Visitation will be held 11AM-12PM, Saturday September 29, 2012 at Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, Raytown, MO. Memorial services will immediately follow at 12PM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Luke’s Hospice. She was a bus driver for the North Kansas City School District for over 20 years. LaDawn was preceded in death by: parents, Elmer & Beulah Mae Tindall. Survivors include: husband, Charles Tolman; children; son & daughter-in-law, Dennis & Pam Webb, Knoxville, IA; daughter & son-in-law Denise & David Wilcock, Ozark, MO; Chuck & Priscilla Tolman, KC, KS, Debbie Laundy, Tonganoxie, KS and John & Sheryl Tolman, Kansas City, KS; 15 grandchildren and 30 great grand children.(arr. Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, 816-313-1677)
Debbie Laundy says
I so loved LaDawn, she was an angel here, to love and take such good care of all of us!!!! She never complained, and was there to help everyone all the time. My dad was a blessed man when he met her and married her. She was a jewel to know and one in a million. She will truley be missed and I consired her a mother to me and my brothers. I know we put her to the test at times. I know there will never be another LaDawn!!! I miss you so much and I have a hole in my heart without you. My prayers are with all of you and my dad, must feel so lost without her. Please keep him in your prayers. God Bless
Sherryl Tolman says
LaDawn was a very caring person and the best Mother-In-Law anyone could ever have. We will miss her.
Jill Tompson Holmes says
I am so sad to have lost such a true “lady.” She was always so kind to our family, and was always there to lend a helping hand when and where it was needed. My folks thought the world of her as well… they literally don’t make ’em like her anymore. I aspire to be half as classy and refined as she was. The world has lost a true gem. I love you LaDawn.
Jeff Tompson says
My deepest sympathy for Tolman and Webb families. Ladawn was a class act who always treated others with respect and dignity. I will miss her greatly, but am fortunate to have many years of wonderful memories from which to draw upon.
Micah laundy says
She will be missed greatly a wonderful grandma
Jay Tompson says
I am sorry for your loss, but yet happy for Heavens gain. I will always remember the first time we went to Beulahs’ house at the Lake of the Ozark’s and so many other great times. Mom and Dad loved and enjoyed LaDawn so much. I miss her.
Peggy Morin Kearney says
As a child, my parents and LaDawn’s parents were good friends. My family spent many weekends at our home away from home; The Ozarks. I can remember those long ago weekends like they were yesterday. Although I moved to Dallas, TX 21 years ago and may have lost contact with you all; I will never forget how kind and caring LaDawn was. Over the years she always remembered both of my parents with a birthday card or a phone call. LaDawn, may your soul rest in peace.
Debbie Wolf Doss says
Dennis and Denise, I am so sorry to read about your moms passing. I loved your mom. I could always talk to her and she would always listen. I remember that she made the best twice baked potatoes that i got to try when I would come over to do acrobats with Denise. She was the first person to pluck my eyebrow and arch them. lol Those were the days. I would love to reconnect with you too via email or facebook. I will keep you two and your families in my thoughts and prayers! Debbie
Jay wilcock says
Miss my grandma I loved her, rest in peace.