Margee Irene (Schroer) Dryer, 89, died May 17th at the Country Club Care Center in Warrensburg  

She was born November 12, 1926 north of Higginsville, to Walter and Delpha (Dillon) Schroer.

She married Roger Lee Dryer March 9, 1947. He preceded her in death February 9, 2004.

Margee worked at the Higginsville Habilitation Center for over 32 years, retiring as the Personnel Officer, in the Human Resources Dept. in 1996.
She was a member of the Trio Extension Club, the Garden Club and the Salem Women’s Fellowship Ruth Circle.

She is also preceded by her parents; 2 brothers, Walter and Edward Schroer; and a sister, Barbara Jean Schroer.

She is survived by:  
Sons:             Darrell Dryer (Cheri)             of Liberty
                     Mark Dryer (Laura)               of Fenton
Daughters:     Ann Iles                               of Higginsville
                     Carolyn Rauch (Bob)            of Higginsville
Brothers:       Harold Schroer                     of Kansas City
                     Bob Schroer                        of Higginsville
                     Don Schroer                        of Oak Grove
                     Carl Schroer                        of Leawood, KS
                     Gary Schroer                       of Grain Valley 
Sister:           Lorene Burchett                    of Lexington

Grandsons:    Brent Iles   (Devon)               of Grain Valley
                     Brian  Iles   (Jamie)              of Higginsville
                     Adam Rauch (Alisha)           of Higginsville
                     Ben Rauch                          of Springfield
                     Kent  Dryer (Stacy)              of Liberty 
                     Kirk Dryer                           of Washington, D.C.
                     Blake and Conor Dryer         of Fenton
Granddaughter:  Kelcie Dryer                     of Kansas City
13 great grandchildren

Funeral Services will be held Monday, May 23rd at 10:30 am at the Salem United Church of Christ, officiated by Dr. Tommy Faris

Visitation will be held one hour prior to the funeral 

She will be buried in the Salem Cemetery 

Casket Bearers will be the grandchildren

Memorials are suggested to Salem United Church of Christ. 

Kaiser-Wiegers Funeral Home