OBITUARY

Anthony Roy Kreisel

August 31, 1944February 15, 2021
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Anthony “Tony” Kreisel passed away at home on February 15, 2021 at the age of 76. Tony was born August 31, 1944 in Lincoln, Missouri to Roy and Lola Kreisel. He graduated from Belton High School in (1962). Tony was an accomplished fabricator, mechanic, and farmer. He was a very intelligent and loving person that would always be willing to help someone in need. He was an active member of the New Hope Christian Church.

Tony is survived by his wife, Terri Kreisel, his stepchildren, Rebecca Renfrow, Karl Ferm, Jessica Grove, his nephew Greg Kreisel, and many grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. He is preceded in death by his Mother, Father, and brother Glenn Kreisel.

Visitation will be held at New Hope Christian Church, 18809 State Route "Y" HWY Belton, MO 64012 Monday the 22nd from 11am to 1pm. Services will start at 1pm.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Ryan West
  • Greg Kreisel
  • Jeff Postewait
  • Mark Ray
  • Harold Seba
  • Glenn Kreisel
  • ~ Honorary ~
  • Karl Ferm
  • DONATIONS

  • New Hope Christian Church

Services

  • Walk-thru Visitation

    Monday, February 22, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, February 22, 2021

  • Burial

    Monday, February 22, 2021

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Rick Hollendieck

February 18, 2021

Tony was a man of honor and integrity. We were blessed to be able to work with him for many years. Our Sys-Kool family has a huge void to fill when it comes to rebuilding gearboxes. We never had to worry about the quality of work Tony provided. I was told hundreds of times by Mark Ray and Mark Stine, "Tony is the best at what he does!" He was a perfectionist and made sure that every gearbox was done right the first time. Even though Tony did not work directly for Sys-Kool, he was a SysKoolian to all of us. His partnership allowed us to grow our business and we are forever grateful. Mark Ray spent a lot of time with Tony and I know that he loved him like a brother!! Mark Stine also spent time with Tony. Mark would say, "the man can fix anything!"
I was out at his shop several times as well. I can seeing him on his tractor, doing what he loved to do with a smile on his face!! Tony, you will be missed, but you will always be in our hearts!
Rick Hollendieck
President
Sys-Kool, LLC

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