Jun 04, 1921---Aug 12, 2022
Rosemary Snow Kline (101) passed away peacefully at home on August 12, 2022.
Rosemary is survived by her children, Jim (Annie) Kline of Reno, Nevada; Carl (B) Kline of Overland Park, Kansas; Bridget (Ron) Coluccio of Springfield, Missouri; Richard Kline of Marietta, Georgia; daughter-in-law Carnie Kline, nieces Judy Hill and Susan Snow Bogart, five grandchildren, and five great grandchildren, along with many, many dear friends.
She is preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Carl (Buck) Kline: son Robert (Bobby) Kline; daughter-in-law Cathy Kline; and son-in-law, Jay Breitman.
Rosemary was born in Kansas City, Kansas and graduated from St. Mary’s Academy in Leavenworth, Kansas in 1939. During WWII, Rosemary worked at the B-25 Bomber Plant - and although her children bragged to everyone that she was the inspiration for “Rosie the Riveter”, she never admitted it.
Rosemary and Buck began their romance while both were working at Snow’s Meats. They were married in 1948 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church and raised their 5 children in that parish.
Rosemary enjoyed creating her stained glass windows and lamps and woodworking. If there was anything that ever needed to be fixed around the house, she would be right there with her tools to fix it. Rosemary was an avid golfer and her chipping and putting were second to none.
She was the best mom ever and even though her kids were already planning her 102nd birthday she decided she wanted no part of that.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
No funeral or memorial service is immediately planned. The family will, of course, notify loved ones when a service is scheduled.


Amy Powers Aug 14 ,2022

Friend of Richard Kline ,Atlanta ,Georgia

A woman of great humor, although indirectly shared through he son Richard. May you all relish the sweet memories she has gifted you.

Annette DiMeo Aug 14 ,2022

Friend of family ,Austin ,Texas

My condolences to the Kline family. May her life be for a blessing.

Bill Modrcin Aug 15 ,2022

Classmate of Bridget ,Leawood ,Kansas

Bridget and Carl, my condolences. A wonderful lady. Remember your mom and dad at Dub’s Dread together. They were always very kind.

Françoise Gaynecoetche Aug 15 ,2022

Friend ,Montreal

Sincere condolences from your French friend who knows that it is so hard to see our Mums goe away. But they stay in our heart for ever. Love. Françoise

Debbie Casey Aug 16 ,2022

Friend ,Tonganoxie ,Kansas

Kline family I am so sorry for your loss she was a great lady please know that you are in my prayers 💖🙏

Jackie Jaeger Aug 24 ,2022

Niece ,Rancho Cucamonga ,California

I love Aunt Rosemary. I will always have fond memories of visiting you each summer. You were always a loving a caring Aunt. Give Uncle Buck a big hug from me in heaven. Love you both. Big hugs for the kids and grandkids that you leave behind. You are their special angel in heaven now. 💖

Jeanie Meinert Sigler Aug 28 ,2022

School friend of Bridget and Carl ,Kansas City ,Kansas

So sorry to hear about your mom. I know it's tough for you all. Love and prayers to you and your family. Jeanie

Joan Carter Sep 09 ,2022

Friend ,Lenexa ,Kansas

Jim, Carl, Bridget, and Richard, You have my sincere condolences. She is remembered fondly by my family. My mother Agnes Knipper enjoyed a life long friendship with your mother. I don’t remember if they met working together at North American during WWII or if they were friends earlier. They had lost touch for awhile but then in 2020 my mom called her and they had some phone calls to catch up that year. You are fortunate to have her so long. Joan Knipper Carter

Pat Sambol Sep 26 ,2022

Jimmy, Bridget, Carl and Richard, I have so many fond memories and fun times spent with your mom. We always talked about them whenever I conversed with her on the phone. We always reminisced about our fun times on the golf course and our big bets of five and dimes. I will miss those phone chats. She was truly a wonderful longtime friend. You're all in my thoughts and prayers. Pat Sambol