Kansas City Obituaries
Local obituary notices in Kansas City, KS
Thursday May 28 | via The Miami Herald
A 34-year-old man died after Kansas City, Kansas, police used a stun gun to subdue him in a parking lot, where authorities said the man had been acting strangely. Police said officers were called to the parking lot of a Family Dollar store Wednesday afternoon after city workers saw the man "running around the parking lot, laying on the ground ... that type of thing," Officer Patrick McCallop said Thursday. Comment?
Thursday May 28 | via The Baltimore Sun
Police in Kansas City, Kansas say a man died in a hospital, after an officer used a stun gun to subdue him. Police in Kansas City, Kansas say a man died in a hospital, after an officer used a stun gun to subdue him. Comment?
Thursday May 28 | via The Capital-Journal
A 34-year-old man died after Kansas City, Kan., police used a stun gun to subdue him in a parking lot, where authorities said the man had been acting strangely. Police said officers were called to the parking lot of Family Dollar store Wednesday afternoon after city workers saw the man "running around the parking lot, laying on the ground ... that type of thing," Officer Patrick McCallop said Thursday. Comment?
Wednesday May 27 | via Trenton Republican-Times
Margaret Louise Jobe, an 86-year old-resident of Kansas City, KS, died at 11:21 p.m. on Monday, May 25, 2015 at Kansas University Hospital. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. on Friday, May 29, 2015 at Whitaker-Eads Funeral Home in Trenton. Comment?
Tuesday May 26 | via Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Estes Park resident Genevieve Nicholas passed away peacefully in her sleep at Prospect Park Living Center Sunday morning May 17, 2015. Genevieve was born September 25, 1923 in Grand Island, Neb. Comment?
Monday May 25 | via The Baltimore Sun
World War I was one of the most destructive events in human history, killing 16 million soldiers and civilians worldwide, including 116,000 Americans. The Great War also destroyed much of the next generation: those who would have provided leadership to Europe in the 1920s and '30s, when once again the continent began sliding toward annihilation. Comment?
Monday May 25 | via Tony's Kansas City
Like it or not, Kansas City protest continues as these activists invoke the memory of one of the most controversial Civil Rights Movement leaders in their ongoing struggle against police brutality. Take a look: Check it: "On Tuesday, May 19th, Kansas Citians answered the national call to stand in solidarity with other cities around the country to CLAIM Malcolm X Day. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Sedalia Democrat
Michael Pemberton, of Jefferson City, gathers information about his biological brother, Ronnie Alexander, while his wife Peggy searches for photos of Ronnie in old Smith-Cotton High School yearbooks during the couple's fact-finding mission in December in S-C's Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center. Michael and Ronnie both were put up for adoption, and Michael is working to learn as much as he can about his biological family. Comment?
Thursday May 14 | via The Wichita Eagle
George Haley, brother of author Alex Haley, friend of Martin Luther King Jr. and one of the first African Americans elected to the Kansas Senate, died Wednesday at his home in Silver Spring, Md. He was 89. Haley was elected to the Senate in 1964 as a Republican representing Kansas City, Kan., and served one term. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via RiverBender.com Obits
Margaret J. Coles, 79, passed away at 8:47 am Monday May 11, 2015 at Northeast Regional Medical Center in Kirksville, MO. She married George Morris Boyd who preceded her in death. Comment?
Thursday May 7 | via The Capital-Journal
The Kansas Law Enforcement Officers Memorial was established in 1984 by the Legislature. It is a tribute to officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty while in service to the state. Comment?
Apr 27, 2015 | via Home
George Brundage, 90, of Unionville, MO, passed away suddenly at Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton, MO, on Saturday, April 25, 2015, after suffering a stroke. George Oakley Brundage was born south of Lucerne, MO, on February 2, 1925, the son of Virgil Leonard and Tressie Opal Brundage, who preceded him in death. Comment?
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