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March 07, 2018

Mary Lucile Imm
Mary Lucile Imm (née Doll) passed away February 26, 2018, at the University of Kansas Medical Center after a long battle with liver cancer. She was born in San Angelo, Texas, September 17, 1945. She attended Miege High School and Creighton University, where she met her future husband, Dr. Rudy Imm. Upon finishing dental school, they settled in Lenox, Iowa, where he opened his dental practice and she taught high school. After his death in 2007, and her subsequent cancer diagnosis, she relocated to Shawnee Mission, Kansas.
She was a member of Church of the Holy Cross where she was active in the religious education program.
The family would like to thank the excellent surgeons, physicians, and nursing staff of KUMC who supported her on her four year journey, and MD Anderson Cancer Center. Mary Lu was preceded in death by her husband of forty years, Dr. Rudy Imm, and her nieces Lydia True and Clare True.
The lights of her life were her grandchildren and she cherished her time with them and her children.
She is survived by her son, Chris Imm and his wife, Melissa, and their children: Annalise, Greyson, and Leah; her daughter, Shannon Imm and her son, Alex; her son, Andy; her brother, Dixon Doll and his wife, Carol, of San Francisco, California; her sister, Jane True and her husband, Jim, of Kansas City, Mo.; and her sister, Judy Gilman and her husband, Joe, of Lawrence, Kansas; her nieces, Carol Hilbert and Victoria Fansler; her nephews: D.R.Doll, Alex Doll, Andy Doll, Billy Beeson, Toby True and Tyler True; her brother-in-law, Nick and his wife, Gayle and their children, Nikki and Adelle.
Memorial services include a visitation at McGilley & Hoge Funeral Home, 8024 Santa Fe, Overland Park, 66204 on Friday evening from 6-8. Mass of the Resurrection will be said at the Church of the Holy Cross, 8311 W. 93rd St., Overland Park, 66212, at 11:00 Saturday, March 3.
The family suggests memorials in her name to the Overland Park Arboretum with checks payable to Friends of the Arboretum sent to 4501 W. 69th Street, Prairie Village, Ks. 66208. Online condolences may be left at

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