In Loving Memory…

Yoshiko “Miko” Cartland

Miko Cartland, 82, of Sedalia, MO, went to be with our Heavenly Father on May 13, 2019, at home surrounded by family. She was born November 20, 1936 in Okinawa, Japan. Miko worked for many years at Pittsburgh Corning Corporation. After retirement, she became an avid volunteer with First Baptist Church in their nursery and other outreach programs. She was such a devoted volunteer at the Open Door Ministry.

She was a daughter, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, friend, volunteer, Yugi lover, tomato grower, fish catcher, bingo player, goose egg roll chef, salsa creator, apple picker, cow chaser, possum picker, and one fabulous “yo-yo maker”!

This amazing woman left a legacy of her devotion to her family: three loving daughters, Ann (Greg) Rennier, Patty (Raymond) Simon, Elizabeth (Morgan) Day, six accomplished grandchildren: Dane (Sheila) Rennier, Spencer (Samantha) Rennier, Bennett Rennier, Rachel (Caleb) Hughes, Drew (Grace) Day, Sarah Day, and her three beautiful great-grandchildren: Quinn, Arrow and Milo.

She will be remembered by her family and friends for her compassion, humor, and courage. A private family service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers in celebration of Miko’s life, donations can be made to “Open Door Service Center” in her name.

If you would like to share a memory of Miko, pictures or funny story, please send it to RememberMiko@rennier.net.

Comments

  1. To the family, I send my condolences and prayers. May God comfort you at this time.

  2. Dorothy Schroder

    So sorry for your loss, Ann. Condolences to your entire family.

  3. Rest easy Miko. Thank you for my introduction to tempura. Every time have some I think of you. You always welcomed me into your home with open arms. We had a lot of fun at bingo and our trips to the casino. See you on the other side.

  4. Brenda Stolle

    Miko’s children and grandchildren are a testament to her boundless energy, joy and strength. What an amazing legacy she has built. Her enthusiastic, warm greeting is what I remember most. My prayers and love to the family.

  5. Cassandra "Sandie" Johnson

    May God be close to you now, for strength an comfort and may his peace overflow in the days to come. She was a great friend
    With sympathy.

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