Phyllis A. Brassfield
March 14, 1945 – Jan. 8, 2022

Phyllis A. Brassfield, 76, Rich Hill, died Jan. 8 at Research Medical Center, Kansas City.

Phyllis is survived by four children, Kimberly Robinson and husband, James; Laura Pundt and husband, Tim; Amy Brooks; and Carl Brassfield and wife, Jaime.

Funeral services were Jan. 14 at the Heuser Funeral Home, Rich Hill.

Graveside funeral services were Friday at Shawnee Mission Memory Gardens, Shawnee, Kansas.

Contributions are suggested to the Kern Senior Center, c/o Heuser Funeral Home.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Heuser Funeral Home, Rich Hill.

Susan A. Davis
Jan. 2, 1956 – Jan. 10, 2022

Susan Arlene Davis, 66, Adrian, died Jan. 10 at Bates County Memorial Hospital, Butler. She was born Jan. 2, 1956, the daughter of Thomas Raymond and Joyce Arlene Watts Arnold in Butler.

She was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Arnold; and three brothers, Lester Arnold, Tom E. Arnold and Phillip Arnold.

Susan is survived by her husband of 44 years, Douglas Lynn Davis, Adrian; two sons, Luke Davis and wife, Alexandria, Colville, Washington, and Benjamin Davis, Adrian; three daughters, Rachel Davis, Belton, Sarah Davis and husband, Jim, Kansas City and Faith Hutchens and husband, Matthew, Adrian; her mother, Joyce Arnold, Adrian; a brother, John Arnold and wife, Debbie, Adrian; three sisters, Brenda Ortiz and husband, Pablo, Adrian, Beverly Green, Passaic, and Brenda Sue Arnold, Adrian; and five grandchildren, Colton Davis, Avery Davis, Hannah Hutchens, Levi Hutchens and William Davis.

Funeral services were Jan. 18 at Calvary Baptist Church, Adrian, with burial in the Crescent Hill Cemetery, Adrian. Contributions are suggested to the Adrian Calvary Baptist Church.

Arrangements were under direction of the Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel, Butler.

Sherry A. Drury
Feb. 24, 1956 – Jan. 11, 2022

Sherry Ann Drury, 65, Adrian, died Jan. 11 at Research Hospital, Kansas City.

Sherry was born Feb. 24, 1956, in Kansas City, the daughter of Virgil and Elizabeth Brownsberger.

Sherry met her soulmate and love of her life, Ron Drury, in November 1991. They were married March 21, 1992, at the Altona Baptist Church. After much persuasion, she convinced Ron to move to Adrian where they made their home.

Sherry’s greatest joy was always her family. She was the happiest when she was surrounded by her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

One of her proudest moments was in 2003 as she received her GED alongside her son-in-law Josh. Sherry did not know a stranger, she loved everyone and was loved by so many. Sherry was a blessing to all who knew her as she had a heart of gold and her smile just lit up the world around her.

She was a woman of deep and abiding faith and loved her God with all her heart. She faithfully read her Bible and lived in His word, encouraging all her family to rely on God as well. Sherry enjoyed attending services at Victory Assembly of God, where she fully loved every member of her church family.

Sherry enjoyed her career working for Sprint from 1986 through 2001. However, she truly found her passion when she began working at Adrian Manor. She filled many different roles in her time there and truly loved all the residents.

Sherry was preceded in death by her parents; a brother; son-in-law, Doug Gilmore; and her favorite uncle, Ronnie Wolkey.

She is survived by her husband, Ron Drury, of the home; her beloved aunt, Violet Wolkey, Independence; daughters, Monica and Billy Kennedy, Butler, Elisa and Josh Harmon, Adrian, Ashley Gilmore, Adrian, Jenny and Trent Caswell, Garnett, Kansas, and Jessica Kingsolver, Lane, Kansas; her sons, Alex Drury, St. Louis, Jessie and Brittney Novak, Olathe, Kansas, and Johnny Drury, Kansas City; 22 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren with two more on the way; a sister, Connie and John Anderson; and brother-in-law, Ray and Barbara Drury, Adrian.

Memorial services were at 6 p.m. Jan. 20 at the Victory Assembly of God, Adrian, with visitation from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Victory Assembly of God, Adrian.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Atkinson Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Maxine R. Piepmeier
March 6, 1928 – Jan. 10, 2022

Maxine Roberts Piepmeier, 93, was born March 6, 1928, at the Roberts family home north of Rockville, the daughter of Oscar and Willa Ward Roberts. Maxine died Jan. 10 surrounded by her loving family.

Faith, family and philanthropy were the passions of Maxine’s life.

Maxine was a life-long member of the Community of Christ Church and faithfully attended church there and at other denominations when she was unable to travel to her church.

As a child Maxine and her cousin, Helen, promised each other they would marry brothers so they could finally have the same last name. They didn’t marry brothers, they married cousins and indeed ended up with the same last name.

Oscar and Willa offered to pay for either a large church wedding or purchase a house and farm if Maxine eloped. The decision was easy for Maxine. She and Wright Bailey Piepmeier eloped on her birthday, March 6, 1947, in Iola, Kansas, married by the Rev. Thomas M. Palmer.

Although Maxine never had children of her own, her nephews, Craig and Kevin Roberts, held a special place in her heart.

She planned birthday parties, took them on day trips, an annual Worlds of Fun outing and taught them the art of budgeting and balancing checkbooks.

A very private person, Maxine was deeply philanthropic mostly through anonymous donations. After Helen died from cancer, Maxine led the fundraising efforts for the Bates County chapter of the American Cancer Society throughout the rest of her life.

She and Wright also supported the Shriners hospitals and other charities.

Maxine joined the Rebekah Lodge Dec. 4, 1952 and remained an active member the remainder of her life.

Maxine attended school in Rockville graduating with the class of 1945 furthering her education at Kansas City Business College receiving a business degree.

After college, Maxine moved to Nevada staying with her cousin, Clara Roberts Galloway, and family before getting a place of her own.

Clara and Maxine worked at the telephone company on opposite shifts so they could take turns watching Clara’s children.

Maxine worked hard to be promoted from operator to working the switchboard to information and ended her career there working in long distance.

Maxine and Wright moved in with his parents after being married a couple of years. Maxine ran the Piepmeier family farm while Wright worked at the Kansas City Stockyard. In 1965, Maxine was hired as a greeter at Butler State Bank.

Throughout her career, she worked her way up to a teller, teller supervisor, bookkeeping, new accounts, assistant vice president, vice president and executive vice president.

Her favorite responsibility was the Gold Eagles Travel Club. Maxine took clients on trips all across the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean and Canada with as many as 50 people traveling with her.

Maxine and Wright were avid world travelers themselves having traveled throughout Europe multiple times, China, Japan and Australia, as well as most of South and Central America.

Maxine retired in 1992 from Boatmen’s Bank and they continued to travel for many years until their health would only allow shorter trips.

Dementia made Maxine’s memories slowly fade away during her final years, but her kind soul shined through even when her memories were gone. There were times of clarity up until the end of her life. Those were moments cherished by her family and were spent asking many questions.

Preceding Maxine in death were her parents, Oscar and Willa Roberts; husband of 67 years, Wright Bailey Piepmeier; brother Ollie “O.B” Roberts; sister-in-law, Jo Francis Piepmeier Ward; and her brother-in-law Bill Ward.

Maxine is survived by her sister-in-law, Regina Roberts, Appleton City; nephews, Craig Roberts and wife Tina, Appleton City and Kevin Roberts, Lee’s Summit; great-niece, Ashlyn Roberts Turner and husband Mitchell, Tumbling Shoals, Arkansas; great-nephew, Brett Roberts, Appleton City; and a great-great-niece Brealea Turner, Tumbling Shoals.

She will be greatly missed by her family.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Heartland Hospice for their months of visits and care given to Maxine and to the staff of John Knox Village and Medicalodge for treating Maxine like a member of their own family. She thought the world of those who cared for her always graciously thanking them for everything they did for her.

Services were Jan. 15 at the Hill & Son Funeral Home, Appleton City, with burial in the Appleton City Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the Appleton City Cemetery Association, the American Cancer Society or Heartland Hospice.

Arrangements were under the direction of Hill & Son Funeral Home, Appleton City.

Larry A. West, Sr.
May 20, 1950 – Jan. 5, 2022

Larry Arthur West Sr., 71, Butler, died Jan. 5 in Butler. He was born May 20, 1950, the son of Kenneth and Ruth Long West in Hume.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Mary Jo West; and great-granddaughter, Presley, in 2018.

Larry is survived by his son, Larry A. West, Jr., and wife, Stephanie, Butler; three brothers, Kenneth West, Phoenix, Arizona, Lance West and wife, Regina, Butler, and Jerry West, Kansas City; six sisters, Donna Jacobs, Humbolt, Kansas, Constance Black, Sheldon, Pam Braning and husband, Terry, Wellington, Kansas, Betty Bradley, Joplin, Debra Milligan, Mexico, and Annette Farmer and husband, Joe, Ft. Scott, Kansas; four grandchildren, Dakotah, Kolbi, Savannah and Zach; and a great-granddaughter, Rainey.

A visitation for Larry A. West, Sr., was Jan. 15 at Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel, Butler. Cremation. Contributions are suggested to the family for funeral expenses in care of the Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel, Butler.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel, Butler.

Doris N. Wood
Aug. 1, 1935 – Jan. 7, 2022

Doris Nadine Blevins Wood, 86, Foster, died Jan. 7 at Butler Center in Butler.

Doris was born Aug. 1, 1935, on the family farm in Foster, the daughter of Leslie and Beulah Creveling Blevins. She was born and raised on the Sand Hill Farm which was owned by her parents.

She received her primary education at a country school near her home and later attended Hume High School, a graduate of the class of 1953. After graduation, she worked at the Ours Oil Company in Butler and later at Levy’s.

On March 8, 1959, Doris married Clifford Junior Wood. Together they raised two daughters on the family farm, Connie Sue and Peggy Jo.

Doris preferred to be outdoors and especially enjoyed caring for her animals.

She had a special fondness for tending to the Hereford cattle and spoiling her cats and dogs. Although she did not look upon them fondly, Doris was also known to pick up an armadillo by the tail on occasion.

Other outdoor labors Doris enjoyed included growing a vegetable garden, raising fruit trees and maintaining her flower garden. Doris’s day could always be brightened when her family indulged her insatiable love for sweet treats, especially chocolate chip ice cream and chocolate covered cherries.

She was preceded in death by her parents; sister Ruth Irene; husband Clifford; and daughter Peggy Jo (Entrikin) Foster.

Survivors include daughter, Connie Sue Board and Larry; son-in-law, David, Foster; grandchildren, Lori Robbins and George, Ashley Arwood, Andrew Entrikin and Andi, Alec Entrikin and Kelli Beth Alcantara and Jeremy; great-grandchildren, Brihanna, Wayne Dale, Brooklynn, Keigan, Alli, Glen, Susie, Emma, Alecsus, Madi, Jameson and Lani.

Private family services were at the Mullinax Funeral Home, Butler. Burial followed in Woodfin Cemetery near Foster.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Mullinax Funeral Home, Butler.

Virginia S. Buhrman
Aug. 29, 1948 – Jan. 9, 2022

Virginia Sue “Mama Sue” Buhrman was born Aug. 29, 1948, in Kansas City, the daughter of Bill Webster and Anna Mae (McGaughey) Webster. Sue died Jan. 9.

She was raised in the Lawson and Elmira area of Missouri and graduated from Lawson High School in 1967.

Sue met and married her high school sweetheart, Dannie Skinner, and welcomed their two children, Dana and Janet.

After being widowed at a very young age, she eventually remarried and welcomed a third daughter, Georgia, in 1980.

Fortunately, God found a new path for Sue by finding her a new partner, Jack Buhrman. They married May 12, 2000, and created a wonderful extended family of children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Everyone, including her family, friends, coworkers and patients, commonly came to know her as “Mama Sue” for her mothering and caring ways.

Her passion for working with the elderly led her to a 25-plus year career in nursing as a CNA/CMT in nursing home facilities. Her sincere love and respect for the elderly was of utmost importance to her.

She loved crocheting, sewing, reading, bowling, playing various games, spending time with her family and spoiling her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She is survived by her dog, Sophie; a sister, Carol; her children, Dana and Joel, Janet and Mark, Georgia and Andrew, Tracy and Greg, and Bryan. She was blessed to have eight grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.

Sue will be remembered by all for her generous heart, her funny sense of humor and her ability to lighten even the darkest moment with a gentle smile or a calming word. She would want people to celebrate the joys and laughter she shared with all instead of the sorrow of a temporary goodbye.

A celebration of life services was Jan. 17 at the Garden City Community Building, Garden City.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Margaret E. Crust
Aug. 24, 1932 – Jan. 10, 2022

Margaret Ellen Crust, 89, Archie, died Jan. 10. Ellen was born Aug. 24, 1932, the daughter of Reece and Mabel (French) Gross.

She was a lifelong resident of Archie where she attended Archie School all 12 years graduating in 1950. She was a member of the Archie United Methodist Church and was the oldest member at the time of her death. She had been a Sunday School teacher, PTA member, room mother and served in numerous other positions.

She was a founding member of the Archie Funfest and the Archie Tractor Pull and was always giving back to the community.

After graduation, she played on the women’s semi-pro basketball team “The Green Waves.” She later moved to Kansas City and worked at the City National Bank.

On May 3, 1953, she married Arch Willard Crust. She worked with him on the farm and drew floor plans for the houses and buildings he built, she was a housekeeper and mother of two sons Jerry and Jim.

She also worked for her parents at the Archie State Bank and was the tax collector for the Austin Township.

Ellen was preceded in death by her parents, Reece and Mabel Gross; and her sister, Mary.

She is survived by her husband, Willard, of the home; her sons, Jerry Crust and Lisa, Columbia, and Jim Crust and Amy, Archie; two grandchildren, Jessica Roberts and Charles and their children Ayden, Greyson, Benjamin and Emma, and Jacob Crust and Ally and their children, Nolan, Franklin and George, all of St. Louis; two step-grandchildren, David Hill, New York, and Veronica Foley and Kevin, Columbia; three nephews; and a host of family and friends.

Funeral Services were Jan. 14 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Burial was in the Dayton Cemetery near Garden City.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Donald L. Dryden
Oct. 10, 1940 – Jan. 8. 2022

Donald “Don” Lynn Dryden, Urich, was born Oct. 10, 1940, in Martinsburg, the son of Orville Lynn and Alice Juanita (Wilks) Dryden. He died Jan. 8 near Garden City, at the age of 81 years, 2 months and 29 days.

On Aug. 14, 1961, Don married Loretta Judith “Judy” Fischer in St. Louis.

Don was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War and then re-enlisted in the reserves and stayed there for the remainder of his 20 years.

He was employed with Hight and Associates Land Title from the late 1960s until he retired as executive vice president in 2012.

In the late 1960s, he also owned Dryden’s Used Furniture and Upholstery and Quickies Grocery in Garden City. In the 1980s, he bought and remodeled the Wagon Wheel Restaurant in Harrisonville. It quickly became the place to eat.

In the early 1980s, Don was known as “Mr. Cass County.”

He spent his retirement years enjoying all of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, doing the coffee shop rounds and playing pool with his good friend, Jim Bridges.

Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Judy Dryden, Oct. 3, 2019; a great-granddaughter, Daisy Sheets; two brothers, Charles and Jim Dryden; and three sisters, Uvone, Faye and Evelyn.

Don is survived by a daughter, Bonnie Dickerson and husband, Bruce, Urich; three sons, Don Dryden, Jr., and his girlfriend, Theresa Barnard, Garden City, Ron Dryden and his girlfriend, Kim York, Creighton, and Dan Dryden, Urich; six grandchildren, Justin Dryden, Dr. Kristina Churchill, Michael Sheets, Loretta Rajsky, Michelle Fair and Jeremy Dryden; four great-grandchildren, Ember Lily, Olivia, Kimber and Emma; a brother, Larry Dryden, Pontoon Beach, Illinois; two sisters, Glenda Bullard, Auxvasse, and Sandra McDermott, Mexico; other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services were Jan. 15 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Burial was in the Garden City Cemetery, Garden City, with full military honors.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Patsy D. Egersett
May 29, 1937 – Jan. 9, 2022

Patsy Darlene (Pottier) Egersett, 84, Independence, formerly of Creighton and Harrisonville, died Jan. 9 at Maury Regional Medical Center, Columbia, Tennessee. Patsy was born May 29,1937, in Wellington, Kansas, the daughter of Albert J. and Ruby G (Reddout) Pottier.

On Aug. 4, 1975, Patsy married Arley B “Abe” Egersett.

Patsy was employed at Gas Service of Kansas City as supervisor in the telephone center for 25 years, retiring in 1993.

She was a 1955 graduate of Wellington High School and a member of the Creighton United Methodist Church.

Later she was employed for many years by Cass County libraries, where she was in the book club. She enjoyed reading, loved cooking and was an awesome seamstress.

Patsy also enjoyed the outdoors from gardening, to planting flowers, watching the hummingbirds or even the chickens that would visit her in the bay window, as she would say “those were her friends for the day,” and spending time with her grandchildren, family, and friends.

Besides her parents, Patsy was preceded in death by her husband, Arley B “Abe” Egersett, on Oct. 1, 2004; her brother, Alvin Pottier; her sister, Norma (Pottier) Haines; her daughter, Vickie D. (Atwood) Smith; two sons, James Atwood and Terry Atwood; a granddaughter, Misty D. Atwood.

She is survived by her son, Richard and Kathy Atwood, Columbia, Tennessee; granddaughter, Tina (Smith) Wulff, of the home; a sister, Betty (Pottier) Frambers and brother, David Pottier and wife, Linda, all of Wellington; a son-in-law, Ronnie Smith, Independence; nieces and nephews; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services were Jan. 18 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville, with burial in the Garden City Cemetery, Garden City.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Steven A. Hale
July 19, 1954 – Nov. 22, 2021

Steven Allan Hale 67, Peculiar, died Nov. 22 at Cass Regional Medical Center, Harrisonville.

Steven is survived by his wife Miccie Hale of the home; his daughter, Lauren Hale and her fiancé Kurtis Hocker, Drexel; four brothers, Jim Hale and Ronnie Hale, both of Harrisonville, Gary Hale, Garden City, and Darrell Hale, Raymore; other relatives and many friends.

Memorial services will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Steven A. Hale Memorial Fund and may be sent in care of Dickey Funeral Home, P.O. Box 432, Harrisonville, MO 64701.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Betty Jo Martin
March 6, 1941 – Jan. 14, 2022

Betty Jo Martin, 80, Archie, died Jan. 14 at St. Joseph Medical Center, Kansas City. Betty Jo Martin was born March 6, 1941, the daughter of Ernest Ford and Naomi (Gibson) Ford in Adrian.

She graduated from Archie High School with the class of 1959. After high school, she married the love of her life, James Clark Martin, on July 2, 1960, in Miami, Oklahoma.

They made their home for the next 40 years in Louisburg, Kansas, where all three of their sons grew up and attended school.

Betty spent most of her career working for the Intercollegiate Press in production, but later did work for Blair House for several years, before enjoying retirement.

Clark and Betty returned to Archie in 2000, where they were members of the Evangel Church in Archie. Betty loved to spend time reading her Bible, often sending Bible verses to her family and friends that she came across that she thought maybe they needed to read, too.

She will be remembered for calling to check on everyone if she heard sirens heading in the general direction of where they lived, just to be sure everyone was safe. Mostly, Betty will be remembered for a legacy of love and laughter that she shared with her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; son, James Martin; brothers: Doug Ford, Bud Ford, Jack Ford, Terry Ford, Wilford Ford, Marvin Ford, Junior Ford and Lloyd Ford; her two sisters: Patty Crisp and Joy Kilpatrick.

She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Clark; her sons, Rick and Becki Sherfey Martin and Barry Martin; her grandchildren, Justin and Andrea Kircher, Eric Martin, Brent and Logan Gloner Martin, Leah and David Duncan Martin and Derrick Martin; 11 great-grandchildren, Ethan, Aiden, Koehn, Victoria, Delilah, Corbyn, Maverick, Deacon, Danika, Jaylen and Koby; and many extended family and friends.

Funeral services were Jan. 18 at the Atkinson Funeral Home, Harrisonville, with burial following in Glenwild Cemetery in Cleveland. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Atkinson Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Jimmy E. Mathews
Oct. 19, 1945 – Jan. 8, 2022

Jimmy Edwin Mathews, 76, West Line, died Jan. 8 at Cass Regional Medical Cente, Harrisonville. Jim was born Oct. 19, 1945, in Kansas City, the son of Alfred Vaughn and Reba (Wilbur) Mathews.

He was a life-long resident of West Line and had worked on the kitchen staff at Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base in Belton before the base closed. Jim had a passion for stock car races, mud racing, exploring salvage yards for old cars and the weekly jamboree at the West Line Community Building.

Jim was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Bill.

He is survived by a brother, Gary Mathews and wife, Phyllis, West Line; two sisters, Teresa Bailey and husband, Harold, Peculiar, and Barbara Mathews, South Carolina; nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were Jan. 14 at the Atkinson Funeral Home, Harrisonville, with burial in Glenwild Cemetery, Cleveland. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Casco Area Workshop.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Atkinson Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Scott J. Newell
June 16, 1963 – Jan. 4, 2022

Scott Jeffrey Newell, beloved husband, father, son, pops, brother and friend, died Jan. 4 at the age of 58, surrounded by his family and an immense amount of love. Scott was born in Seward, Nebraska, on June 16, 1963, the son of Donald Dean Newell and Patty Ellen (Galbreath) Newell.

On June 17, 2006, Scott married the love of his life, Heather Ann Hrabovsky, in Drexel. It was apparent to all that knew the couple that they shared a very special and unique love, most would call it a once in a lifetime kind of love.

Scott had a true passion for the outdoors, hunting, Halloween, riding his motorcycle, traveling and surfing Facebook Marketplace. He was a loving and faithful husband, a wonderful father and a treasured Pops to his three beloved grandchildren.

Scott’s incredible work ethic was truly something to behold and he was an amazing provider for all those he loved.

His sense of humor was larger than life. He was a true jokester in every sense of the word and his infectious laugh will remain in so many hearts and minds for years to come.

Scott was preceded in death by brother, Randy Newell; and sister, Vickie Drehle.

He left this world just hours before his mother and the family found comfort knowing they were able to enter the gates of Heaven hand in hand.

Scott is survived by his wife, Heather Newell, of the home; son, Tyler Newell and Ashley; daughter, Gabrielle McKinzie and Ryan; three grandchildren, Forest, Autumn and Crew; a brother, Jay Alewel and Terri; a sister, Sheri Higinbotham and Mike; stepfather, Ralph Alewel; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Scott will be cremated and a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested in c/o Heather Newell @ P.O. Box 1792, Raymore, MO 64083 or if you prefer to memorialize Scott in another way, please consider donating to the Missouri Department of Conservation in memory of his great love of wildlife and the outdoors.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

Jeremiah R. Sandlin
Jan. 21, 1991 – Jan. 5, 2022

Jeremiah Randall Sandlin, Harrisonville, was born Jan. 21, 1991, in Amherst, New York, the son of Mark Randall Sandlin and Heika H. (Hechler) Sandlin. He died surrounded by family Jan. 5 at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kansas City, at the age of 30 years and 11 months.

On April 12, 2019, Jeremiah married Amanda Jo Lefevre in Harrisonville.

Jeremiah was a stayat-home dad and educator to his daughter. He was an avid fisherman, loving husband and father.

He was preceded in death by his mother; paternal grandmother and grandfather; maternal Opa.

Jeremiah is survived by his wife, Amanda Sandlin and daughter, Abigale Sandlin, both of the home; his father, Mark Sandlin; brother, Joshua Sandlin; niece, Ayla Sandlin; nephew, Silus Sandlin, Gainesville; his maternal Oma, Christa Hechler, Buffalo, New York; many other relatives and many beloved friends.

Cremation. A celebration of life visitation was Jan. 15 at the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.

The family suggests memorial contributions to St. Jude Children’s Hospital and may be sent in care of the Dickey Funeral Home, P.O. Box 432, Harrisonville, MO 64701.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Dickey Funeral Home, Harrisonville.