Mindy Marie (Jones) Simpson

Mindy Marie (Jones) Simpson, 61, of Kingston, Missouri, passed away January 30, 2022 at Liberty, Missouri.

Mindy was born November 4, 1960 in Cedar City, Utah. She was a loving daughter, sister, friend, wife and mother in life and will certainly be a wonderful guardian angel watching over her husband, 10 children and 17 grandchildren still. She lived for Jesus and her family. She loved taking care of everyone around her and making sure everyone was fed in more ways than one.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Alda Sanders Jones, and father, Halvor Jones.

She is survived by husband, Ben Simpson; children, Erin Galbraith (husband Caleb), Brent Simpson, Heidi Cunningham (husband Chance), Sarai Simpson, Apoima Simpson, Craig Simpson(wife Whitney), Mailey Simpson, Colton Simpson, Liana Simpson, and Hailey Simpson; as well as her sister, Katy Jones; and grandchildren, Austin, Kaelyn, Maverick, Makenna, Jacob, Jesse, Joshua, Logan, Ethan, Joslin, Ashlyn, Declan, Meah, Christopher, Jayden, Destiny, and Sterling.

Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 5, 2022 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cameron, Missouri.

Funeral arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

Ben, Katy and the rest of the crowd.  Please accept our heartfelt sympathy for each of you during this difficult time.  Mindy was a firecracker and will certainly be missed by many.  I remember when she was born and a toddler.  She was always cute and precocious and loving.  Please know that any time you get out our way we’ll welcome you with a meal and a bed.  Lots of love, Darrel and Verlynn

Its wonderful to know that an angel will be watching down from the clouds over her flock. Her heart as pure as the wings she will be given, the love that will shower over everyone so dear. Her presence and kindness will now be shaken into the sweetest memory, her laugh, her giggles her love and the warmth will remain, her sweet aroma will be bliss when she steps in for a spiritual visit. The Love that Mindy shared, sprinkled this earth with flavor and flare where it was most needed. Her light was moved throughout this world as natures poetry danced with her beauty. Change is inevitable, but the beauty within her soul has captured,mended, and molded her loved ones to a love so devine, a love filled with strength and guidance, a comfort that brought a nurturing touch this kind of love can never be shaken You have touch the hearts of many and also mine rest in peace dear Mindy.
My deepest condolences.
Desiree Johnson

So sorry to see Mindy pass at a time like this. So sorry for for Ben and her children to lose their beloved wife and mother. Especially sorry for Liana as she is so far away on another continent serving her fellow men as she serves God. So happy to have had the privilege of knowing so noble a person as Mindy. She was ready. All is well.
David Armstrong

I am in shock. I have no idea what happened but I am so sorry to hear of this loss. What a great woman Mindy was and I was so looking forward to seeing her again. What a marvelous sense of humor! Mindy, you taught my children in Primary and they held you in the highest regard. We will miss you. I will miss you. Simpson Family, I am so sorry for your loss.
Phyllis Moore

Your loss and sorrow is ours as well. We grieve with you and send our love and condolences.
Jim and Virginia Foster

I thank Mindy for being so friendly, engaging, and trusting in God the decades she, Ben and family have been our friends,  Trina and I love you and mourn with you.
Jeff Grasser