Mary Helen Noltensmeyer, 83, of Higginsville, died June 9th at her home. 

She was born June 26, 1934 in Kansas City, MO to Henry and Flossie (Hock) Lampman  

She married Marcus Noltensmeyer on August 15, 1953 in Leeton, MO. They lived in Corder from the time there were married until 2006, when they moved to Higginsville. 

Mary was a farm wife and homemaker, but she also worked at Rival in Sweet Springs, Whitaker Cable in Lexington and in the laundry and kitchen at the Higginsville Habilitation Center.
She was a member of the Corder United Methodist church and active in the Women’s Auxiliary. 

She is preceded in death by sons, Earl (stillborn) and Forest Berry Noltensmeyer; grandsons, David Martin Noltensmeyer, Caleb Patenaude and Tom Doss III; brothers, Charles, J.R., and Stanley Lampman; sisters, Norma Burford and Wanda Homfeld.

She is survived by:  
Husband:     Marcus Noltensmeyer

Son:            David “Smiley” Noltensmeyer (Dianna)  of Lexington

Daughters:   Ruth Rose                                         of Galena, MO
                   Peggy Wardlow (Ray)                        of Independence
                   June Patenaude (Bob)                        of Campbellsburg, IN
                   Debra Doss (Tom)                              of Richmond 
Brother:       Everett Lampman                               of Kingsville, MO 

Sisters:       Vietta Begemann                                of Odessa
                  Dora Mae Alexander                            of North KC
                  Hattie Smith                                       of Sedalia
                  Katherine Anders                                of Sedalia
                  Christine Deatherage                           of Sedalia

17 Grandchildren
25 Great Grandchildren 
1 Great Great Granddaughter 

Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, June 12th at 2:30 pm at Kaiser ~Wiegers Funeral Home, officiated by Matthew and Bob Patenaude.

Visitation will be one hour prior to the service

Casket Bearers will be Chris Rose, Adam Wardlow, Matthew Patenaude, Abram Patenaude, Ransom Patenaude, Jacob Patenaude, Timothy Wardlow, Marcus Doss

She will be buried at the Missouri Veterans Cemetery 

Memorials are suggested to Corder United Methodist Church, Crossroads Hospice, Susan G. Komen Foudation

Kaiser-Wiegers Funeral Home