of Warrensburg, MO
May 2, 2022
Mrs. Mary Alice Haney, age 82 of Warrensburg, Missouri, formally of Mountain Home passed away May 2, 2022 in Warrensburg. She was born October 11, 1939 in Rogers, Ohio to C.W. and Octavia (Springer) Layfield.She enjoyed reading, embroidering, and spending time with family, especially her sisters. Mrs. Mary Haney is survived by one son, Roger Haney (Pauline) of Warrensburg, Missouri, one daughter, Terry Mochel (Orvil) of Prairie Home, Missouri, one grandson, Travis Haney, two step-grandchildren, Melissa Ray and Avery Ray, three sisters, Dorothy Henderson, Ethel Flock, and Margaret Boughton. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Robert Haney and one sister, Betty Sutton. Visitation will be 5:00 - 7:00 PM, Thursday, May 5, 2020 at Roller Funeral Home. Graveside will be 10:00 AM, Friday, May 6, 2020 at Fairview Cemetery with Jeff Quick officiating.
My sincere condolences to Mary's family.When I first started working for Roller, Mary with her beautiful smile, taught me how to welcome our guests and to make sure that the chapel and vestibule were ready for the guests to enter.
Mary was such a nice lady. I worked with her at Roller, and always enjoyed visiting with her. Very sorry for the family's loss.
She will be missed especially her beautiful smile.
I extend my sympathies to Mary's family. Mary and I had been friends dating back to our Buford days.
Sympathy to the family of Mary. She was a wonderful person with a big smile.
Very sorry to hear of Mary's passing. We were friends for many years.
Sorry to hear of Mary's passing. May you find peace and comfort in the Lord's words. May she rest in peace.
Peace and prayers for your family at your loss.
Roger and Terry, please accept my sincere condolences upon the death of your beloved mother of whom I thought so highly. When I was the manager of Roller Funeral Home, I hired Mary as a visitation hostess. She was so caring, professional and courteous to the families we served as well as always extending a warm welcome to friends coming to pay their respects. Needless to say, her personal appearance was beyond reproach, classy in every detail! I will always remember Mary as a most valued member of our service team at Roller. It was a singular privilege to have known and worked with her. She was a blessing to me.