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Millissa BeatonMillissa Kelly Beaton, 49, of Moberly, passed away at her home Sunday, December 15, 2019. Millissa was born in Kansas City, MO on May 8, 1970 to Christine Perry and George Andreson. She attended Evangel College in Springfield, where she attained a Bachelor of Science in Government. Millissa was a hard worker, and worked at Best Buy for sixteen years; most recently as a paralegal for Attorney Gillis Leonard and Jill Creed. She was a passionate Kansas City Chiefs fan, always cheering Mahomes on! Millissa was a homebody who loved spending time with her family. She loved to watch the X-Files and was a devoted fan of the Star Wars saga. She enjoyed listening to Judy Garland and Dave Matthews Band. She was very talented on the guitar and was self-taught. In her free time, she enjoyed playing Lego Star Wars and Red Dead Redemption on her Xbox. Millissa had two four legged pets she dearly loved, her sphynx cats Joey and Phoebe. Nothing held Melissa down. In spite of early physical limitations, she remained steadfastly optimistic and was a beacon of light to those around her. She had a devout relationship with Jesus and unconditional love for her family and friends. She will be greatly missed. Those preceding Melissa in death are her mother Christine Perry and her partner Homer Hoover. She is survived by her sister, Tiffany Belt of Moberly; nieces, Mallory Belt and Christina Williams and nephew Nicholas Williams (Jacob Harmon); great nieces, Annessa Belt and Jaxstyn Dickey; cousins, Michael (Jennifer) Jennings, Shelly McCullough, Billie Jo Flook and Terry (Dusty) Martin all of Kansas City. Services for Millissa will be held Sunday, December 22, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at Pathway Memorial Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 4:00 until time of service at Pathway Memorial Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 9370 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63132.
I am so broken hearted. I have been looking for my "nieces" for such a long time.i have found Millissa so late. Memories of my little girls are still so vivid. Millissa was such a loving and optimistic person who faced her challenges with grace. Aunt Ellen and her cousins will always love her and sad we missed more time together. We send our sympathy to Tiffany and the rest of their family.
Ellen Osborn and Chris,Ian,and John MacDonald Jan 26 2022 2:07 PM
My heart is broken. I met Melissa in 1992 at Evangel college during a visit from nj. She was so kind and showed me around campus. I entered the Military and lost contact. I always wondered what she was up to in life. This is not what I was expecting to find. Im happy shes in heaven and no longer in any discomfort.
Chuck Nov 10 2020 8:07 PM