Tabitha Louise Newbill
Tabitha Louise Newbill
  • April 2, 1993 - April 22, 2017
  • Kansas City, Kansas

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Tabitha Louise Lamping Newbill, age 24, of Raytown, MO, passed away on April 22, 2017.

Visitation 6-8PM on Monday, May 1, at the Praise Chapel, 3650 N 67th St, Kansas City, KS. Funeral at 11AM on Tuesday, also at Praise Chapel.

Burial to follow at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens.

Memorial contributions may be made to the memorial fund for Tabitha Lamping Newbill on or the Praise Chapel.

Tabitha was preceded in death by her grandparents Richard Lamping Sr., Barbara McElhaney, and James and Irene English.

She is survived by her sons Christopher and Isaiah; parents Richard and Barb Lamping; brother Jeff Lamping; sister Rachael Lamping (Jesus Morales); and nephews Peyton, Roberto, Zachary, and Jasper.

Tabitha always lived life to the fullest. She was a devoted mother, daughter, sister, and aunt. She loved God with all her soul, making him the main part of her and the boys’ lives. She loved and cared for people deeply. When she was very young she wanted to go into a field where she could work with children. She became a CNA, went to school for her LPN and was getting ready to take her Missouri Boards. She was also planning on returning to school to get her BSRN.

She found her church, Praise Chapel, and knew she had found a home to grow, praise, and love God. She was very involved in her church and as her relationship with the Lord grew so did her involvement with the church.

Family was a priority in her life. Christopher and Isaiah were her world-making sure they were happy, loved, and growing with God. The family was all together all of the time playing games, barbequing, holidays, and just being with each other.

She loved sports, playing basketball most of her life, and making sure the boys followed in her footsteps.

Tabby felt blessed every day of her life to be here for her boys, family, friends and clients. She worked hard to help people every day, whether just listening to someone vent, giving someone a ride, or leading them to the Lord. She truly touched many people’s lives during her short life.

She will be greatly missed by many, but not as much as she will be missed by her boys and her family.

Fond memories and condolences may be left at

Arr.: Newcomer's Floral Hills, 7000 Blue Ridge Blvd., KCMO 64133, (816) 353-1218.