Faces of Northeast: Eulalia Inman

Eulalia Inman moved to the U.S. from Zacatecas, Mexico in 1995.

Her husband’s sister was living in Kansas City at the time, so Northeast is where they bought their first house near the Concourse.

“I was looking for a house and we found one we liked, so we’ve lived there for seventeen years,” she said. “It’s comfortable here, and you can see the neighborhood is getting better.”

Inman has three children; her oldest son graduated from Lincoln Prep in 2015.

She and her husband, Troy Inman, like Catholic education, so their daughter attends St. Pius X High School, and their youngest son attends Holy Cross Catholic School, where Eulalia is employed. Their youngest is also a Boy Scout.

Known to many of the children at Holy Cross as “Mrs. Lala,” Inman can be seen walking the trail along Gladstone Boulevard on cool summer evenings, or at the Concourse, where her son enjoys playing basketball.

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