Judith E. Milberger
Judith E. Milberger
  • October 28, 1939 - February 27, 2017
  • Lees Summit, Missouri

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Judith E. Milberger

October 28th, 1939-February 27th, 2017

Judith Milberger was born October 28th, 1939 in Ottawa, KS to John and Maxine Parrott. At a young age, her family moved to Union, MO and later relocated to Villa Ridge, MO because of her father's job. She attended school from grades 1st through 8th there, until she moved to Washington, MO for high school.

Judi graduated in 1957 from Washington High School and transitioned to college at Central Missouri State University. She majored in Elementary Education and was a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority.

Upon college graduation in 1961, Judi taught 2nd graders in Union, MO before moving to Kansas City to continue her teaching career. She taught in the Raytown School District and Hickman Mills School District collectively for 7 years.

Judi met and married her soulmate, Everett A. Milberger, Jr. on December 26th, 1964 in Kansas City. Together, they owned and operated the successful business of Everett Milberger Pest Control, and they built their family home in 1968 on Grandview Road. They had two children and enjoyed working hard to make their dreams come true. Later in their marriage, they relocated to Blue Springs and lived there together for 10 years until Everett's passing in 2000.

Judi began her final chapter after fully retiring from the family business. She volunteered at Community Services League and spent the majority of time with her kids and grandkids.

Judi is preceded in death by her husband Everett. She's leaves behind her sister and brother in law, Jo Nell and Moe; her son Lance Milberger and wife Tamy; her daughter Mollie Hazen and husband Dave; her two granddaughters, Josie Hazen and Eva Milberger, as well as a quality circle of friends and extended family.

Judi will be missed beyond comprehension, and will be remembered for her giving spirit, her beautiful smile, her kind and loving heart, and her fierce loyalty to those she cherished...she is completely irreplaceable!