Molly Ann Boyle Gill

Molly Ann Boyle Gill age 69 of Edgerton Kansas


Our Heavenly Father called Molly home unexpectedly Wednesday night at 10:45pm, July 20, 2016. Molly was born February 1, 1947 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She graduated from South West High School in 1965 and was a retired school bus driver.

Molly was preceded in death by; her parents, Robert W & Viola P Boyle, former owners of Boyle’s Famous Corn Beef, (she was their only daughter); infant great-granddaughter, Amyra Nicole Ford; and Ex-Husband, Leo F Hill, father of her beautiful daughters and handsome son.

Molly is survived by; her daughter, Barb (Troy) Seabaugh of Belton Missouri; son, Robert Hill of Lansing, Kansas; daughter, Denise (David) Pendleton of Kansas City, Missouri; brother, Mike Boyle of Raytown, Missouri; niece, Carol (Alex) Medlin of North Carolina; nephew, Mickey Boyle of Kansas City, Missouri. Molly is also survived by 6 grandchildren; Victoria Hill, Amber Hill, Tamara (Greg) Steele, Valarie (Travis) McIlvaine, Jennifer (Travis) Bosley and only grandson, Jeff Pendleton as well as 9 great-grandchildren; Roselyn McIlvaine, Jaidyn Whalers, Gavin, Evan, Seth, and Greggory Steele, Miranda, Katelynn, and Hannah Bosley.

Molly loved her family very much and she will be sadly missed by her family and friends. Molly didn’t want a big funeral or service she wanted to be cremated as she always said, “Just something simple and cheap and put me on your mantle next to the dogs.” So come as you are and maybe share a story about Molly or your favorite Bible verse and help her family celebrate her life and as they say good-bye.

Service and life celebration visitation will be held Friday July 29, 2016 from 6pm–8pm at Heartland Cremation & Burial Society at 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd in Raytown, Missouri.

Visits: 3


  1. Jennifer Bosley on July 28, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    You will be missed so much. There is not one of my childhood memories that doesn’t have you in it. From you signing me up for dance class(that I was always too scared to attend no matter how many times we tried), to our zoo trips, our California trip, coming to work with you on the school bus, spending every other weekend with you and going to our favorite spot to eat dinner, our trips to the nail salon where you got me a pedicure every time while they did your nails. I could go on forever. I’m so thankful I got to spend so much time with you. I know you’re watching over us and you’ll be with us always. I love you!!


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