Marthalee  Sapp
Marthalee Sapp was born July 10, 1942, in Independence, MO, the daughter of Roy and Nina June (Newberry) Martin. She entered into rest on October 18, 2019, in Purcell, MO, at the age of 77.
Marthalee helped found and served as a deacon of Bykota Church and was currently attending New Beginnings at Neck City. She was a loving mother to her four children but ministered to countless others as mother and grandmother. She treasured time with her family and especially her grandkids.
James Sapp and Marthalee Martin were married on August 29, 1958, in Independence. He preceded her in death on August 3, 2001.
She is survived by three daughters, Karen Madsen, Neosho, Bobbi Peak and husband, Kelly, Monett, Susie Judd and husband, Tim, Nevada; and son, Jim Sapp Jr. and wife, Tammy, Granby, MO; two sisters, Debbie Williams and husband, Chuck, Joplin, and A J Warner and husband, David, Independence; one brother, David Martin, Belton, MO; nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband and parents.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, October 22, at 10 a.m. at the Bykota Church, Mike Morgan and Anthony Sargent will officiate. Interment will follow in the Park Cemetery, Carthage, MO. The family will receive friends at a time of visitation, Monday evening from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Clark Funeral Home, Neosho.
Contributions, in lieu of flowers, in memory of Marthalee may be made to Golden Paw Animal Rescue, in care of Clark Funeral Home, PO Box 66, Neosho, MO 64850.
Online condolences may be posted at www.clarkfuneralhomes.com.
Services are under the direction of Clark Funeral Home, Neosho, MO.
Published on October 20, 2019

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Julie Pulsifer
Oct 22, 2019
Our family attended New Beginnings Outreach with Marthalee. She was the kindest and sweetest loving person always giving hugs, kisses and words of encouragement to us. One Sunday, she handed my daughter Emily an offering and said "I want to invest in you". I always appreciated her prophetic gift and her words of knowledge. She was loved dearly by us and all who knew her. Her absence will be felt by many people. I am so thankful that she has finished her course. She ran her race well. She is at peace and no longer suffering pain. While we are sad, we rejoice in this.