Beverly Jo (Lee) “Jody” Ulmer

Beverly Jo (Lee) “Jody” Ulmer

Beverly Jo (Lee) “Jody” Ulmer, daughter of the late Hubert Joe Lee and Annie Elizabeth (Bartee) Davis, was born in Sweet Springs, Mo., and raised in the Dallas County area.

Beverly is preceded in death by one brother, Gary Wayne Bartee; and two sisters: Kathryn Sue (Kay) Dickey and Joyce Earlene (Lee) Hicks.

Beverly is survived by her husband of 34 years, Ronnie Lee Ulmer, Tipton, Mo.; three children: Charles (Chuck) Lee, Kansas City, Mo., Kathie Hembree, Urbana, Mo., and Mary Jo McGregor and husband, Todd, of Clever, Mo.; three brothers: Clark Lee, Buffalo, Mo., Duane (Kim) Lee, Windyville, Mo., and Robert (Bobby) Long of Arkansas; two sisters: Rita Hoogland, Buffalo, Mo., and Elizabeth (Liz) Lutz, Cross Timbers, Mo.; and two stepsiblings: Sue Clemmons, Buffalo, Mo., and Jimmy Long of Arkansas. Beverly also has seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, along with a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

She will be greatly missed by not only her family, but all of those who knew her and who she felt were family.

There will not be a funeral, per Beverly’s wishes, but instead once more restrictions are lifted for COVID-19, there will be a graveside service at Lone Rock Cemetery in Windyville.

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