Roberta Kay Newman

04/06/1958 – 11/22/2018

Obituary for Roberta Kay Newman

Roberta Kay Newman, 60, of Sedalia passed away Thursday, November 22, 2018 at her home in Sedalia. She was born on January 6, 1958 in Sedalia the daughter of Robert G. Sr. and Nellie Kathleen (Shoemaker) Newman, who preceded her in death.

Kay worked as a Certified Nurse Aid and Ward Clerk for Bothwell Regional Health Center for over 23 years. She enjoyed scrap booking, fishing, and going to Branson’s Silver Dollar City. Kay especially loved spending time with her grandchildren.

Survivors include two sons, Christopher Stoney (Stephanie) Buckeye, AZ, and Jeffrey Stoney of Sedalia; four grandchildren, Camren, Nathan, Kiley, and Ayden; a brother, Michael Newman of Live Oak, CA; a sister, Gail Coleman of Westbrook, ME.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Clinton Stoney; and a brother Robert Newman, Jr.

A celebration service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Friday, November 30, 2018 at Rea Funeral Chapel with Brother, Greg Shoemaker officiating.

The family will receive friends from 10:00 a.m. until service time at the chapel.

Burial will be at Salt Fork Cemetery, Blackwater, MO.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the family in care of the funeral chapel.

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Kay was a great CO worker and friend she will be sadly missed
– Joyce Weathers
Will never forget first time encounter with you. You called me “girl” not knowing my name as I was knew. Enjoyed your funny stories about your grandsons this past summer at the pool. You will be truly missed on 2SW!
– Trish shrock
Anyone who knew and worked with Kay knew what a special person she was. She was a dedicated worker, gentle caregiver and special friend to many. She loved her family and usually had a good story to tell. May you find comfort during this very difficult time with the knowledge that she is surely resting in God’s hands.
– Debra Howser
So sorry to hear about Kay. She was loved by all she met and will be missed dearly !
– Heike Howe
May your memories and God’s love help you at this time. Kay was such a fun loving lady. She was a wonderful CNA and provided the best care to her patients. She was Funny, hard working gal that loved her family. She always had something funny to say. I had the privilege to enjoy working with Kay and will hold the memories close. Rip my friend. Muffy.
– Michele Potts
Kay was a very special person I enjoyed working with her and being her director she loved life and her family especial her grandson. She will be missed by all.
– Rose McMullin
I did know you for long… but you became my good friend… you will be sorely missed. You will always be #1Kay to me… til we meet again…….. #2 Kay
– Kay Schnack

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