Mary Margaret Ingels, 90, formerly of Pleasant Hill, passed from this life December 20, 2010 at the Foxwood Springs Living Center in Raymore. Ingels was born April 25, (a twin) in 1920 to Boone and Dorothy (Buckner) Ingels Sr. She taught Sunday school, volunteered as secretary, served as Circle moderator, a Moderator of Presbyterian Women, an Elder and the Clerk of Session for 25 years. Ingels was a past president of the Pleasant Hill Historical Society, serving as secretary; she also served the Cass County Historical Society as secretary.

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Metta Blanche (Justus) Adams Miller, 87, departed this life December 12, 2010 at John Knox Village Care Center in Lee’s Summit.

Willis owned and operated Pleasant Hill Floor Covering from 1973 until 1982.

He enjoyed fishing, hunting, the outdoors, traveling and visiting with people.

She was born July 25, 1923 in Kansas City, the daughter of Earl and Blanche May (Arnold) Justus.

Metta grew up in Kansas City and graduated from East High School.Funeral services were held December 9, 2010, at the Strasburg Baptist Church with Pastor Preston Sanders, minister of the church, officiating. Maxine Louise (Whiting) Foote, 96, of rural Pleasant Hill, died December 2, 2010 at Kingswood Health Center, Kansas City.She was born September 11, 1914 in Folsom, Iowa, the daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Vadna Louise (Peek) Whiting.A Celebration of Life and military service were held December 28 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.Memorial contributions may be made to the Missouri Veterans Home, Warrensburg.In 1940, she graduated with an Associate’s degree from Cottey Junior College in Nevada and in 1943 from the St. She continued her education with a degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1961, and she obtained her National Registry as a Specialist in Hematology in 1975. Charles, Illinois; one great niece Erin Christine Jenkins of Mauldin, S. and Dorothy Armstrong Buckner; a twin Rose Mary who lived for only a few hours; and a brother Boone Ingels Jr. Kenneth Meyers, Robert Kennedy and Robert Kimbrell. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial gifts be given to the First Presbyterian Church of Pleasant Hill.