In Memory

Laura Muther (Finger)

LAURA MUTHER FINGER Laura Muther Finger died on Saturday, October 14, 2017 after a long illness. Laura was born Aug. 18, 1948, in Pittsburgh, PA. She lived most of her life in the Kansas City Area. After graduating from Southwest High School, she earned degrees from Southern Methodist University. Laura spent her career as an Art Teacher. She is survived by husband, Robert Finger, two step-sons, and five grandchildren. Memorial service 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at Country Club United Methodist Church, 400 W. 57th, KCMO. In lieu of flowers family has requested contributions be made to the Doberman Rescue of Kansas City or the Lyme Associate of Greater Kansas City.

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10/24/17 11:52 AM #1    

Mike Shapiro

So sorry to hear the news.  Laura was a lovely person!  She always had encouraging words for others.  Find peace in the wonderful memories she left us all.


10/24/17 06:21 PM #2    

Terry Satterlee

Laura was a friend and a good person for all of us. She will be missed. She will be missed but in our memories.

To her family, I want you to know our thoughts and prayers were with you. Terry

 

 


10/25/17 10:06 PM #3    

Jeanine Brown

As I wrote elsewhere on our SW site, I remember Laura for her great enthusiasm and for her kindness to me when i was deeply homesick the fall of my sophomore year in college, at Southern Methodist University.  She made a gift for me of a wooden lap board, a portable desk beautifully illustrated with a Hummel-like pair of children, a boy and a girl ~ lovely, sweet, and touchingly rendered.  That thoughfulness stays with me, like the lapboard, which I keep in my bedroom to this day.  Warm feelings for her always.


10/29/17 10:12 AM #4    

Janette Brown (Brown)

Sue Robertson Gale let me know the morning she left to be with Laura at the hospital. The two were like sisters, being only girls, something I didn't know. I loved Laura's joy in fluency in the German language; her travels and hosting of Charlotte Wettstein, a Swiss-German was a maturing experience during which she seemed to. Loss. I enjoyed her interactions with Phil Burns, through the German Club. She was artistic, bright and straight forward, all traits I admire. My love to her family.


10/30/17 11:38 AM #5    

Bill Cater

Laura was kind, caring and encouraging. I remember her as being enthusiastic and always friendly. My prayers go out to her family as they go on with the best of Laura's character as a shining example of how to live.

 

 


10/31/17 01:40 PM #6    

Dave Steinberg

Lauras smile and personality made it great to be around her. Another hole in my past.


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