OBITUARY

Harry Wayne Stark

November 18, 1958September 28, 2020
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Harry Wayne Stark was born on November 18, 1958 in Bonner Springs, Kansas and passed away on September 28, 2020 in Greenwood, Missouri and is under the care of McGilley & George Funeral Home and Cremation Services.

Walk-Thru Visitation will be held on October 10, 2020 at 2:00 pm at McGilley and George Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 611 Chestnut St, Belton, Missouri. Memorial Service will be held on October 10, 2020 at 3:30 pm at McGilley and George Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 611 Chestnut St, Belton, Missouri.

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Services

  • Walk-Thru Visitation

    Saturday, October 10, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, October 10, 2020

Memories

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Jerry Renfro

October 10, 2020

We had some good times over the years. He will be missed. My condolences to the family. My health today wouldn't let me attend today. Sorry.

Beverly Eason

October 9, 2020

Brenda and family. I am truly sorry for your loss. Please know that I am keeping you and the family in my prayers that God strengthens and comforts you during this difficult time.

Blessings,
Beverly Eason

willie allen

October 9, 2020

i remember uncle harry have two pet squirrels and we would spend like weekends with uncle harry and Brinda and the squirrels would come down the curtains and steal our peanuts and uncle harry would not let us get on to them two squirrels at all them was his pets that he raised from baby's love you uncle harry and you are loved and will be truly missed by all

Jennie Hake

October 5, 2020

Harry was my cousin, we spent alot of good times when we were young kids. Haven't seen him since he had to go to foster care. Until we meet again Harry love and will miss you.

Tommy Bullard

October 5, 2020

I remember when I was little and Harry and William both were staying with my foster family at the time. They used to always play with me whenever I was little. I either slept with Willy or Harry when I couldn’t sleep in my crib. I loved it because both my brothers were there.

Marie Neal

October 5, 2020

Harry is my nephew I loved him very much I always sent him birthday cards and Christmas cards. I sent him a cross once and I talked on phone with him. He told me he had the cross around his mirror in truck so he could always see it. I will miss you all my love to the family and prayers .

Aletha Lock

October 5, 2020

He was a good uncle and dad and husband and u will be miss uncle

Kenny Davis

October 4, 2020

Worked with Harry about 28 years always joked it was Harrys way or the highway . Always fun to be around and work . Will miss Harry. RIP my friend

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Biography

Harry was born on 11/18/58 to Elvin Thomas Stark and Barbara Jean Allen in Bonner Springs, KS. They later moved to Tuscumbia, MO where Elvin would pass in 1969 and the kids would be moved to Foster Care. My Dad didn't have the best childhood but, you wouldn't know that by the way he treated others. He had one of the biggest hearts. I literally saw him take the coat off of his back to give to someone in need and bought another later.

He met the love of his life in 1976 at a truck stop in St. Joseph, MO. He was a cook and she was a waitress. They later moved to Greenwood, MO where they raised two beautiful children. He started working for the City of Lee's Summit as a Machine/Vehicle Operator where he made many lasting friendships. He retired from there in 2018. My dad has always been our biggest supporter. He was always there for all activities and in any other form of support needed and that didn't end with just us. Our home was the neighborhood hangout where you could come for a drink, food or an ear to listen. The didn't end when we moved away as other kids would still come to raid the refrigerator. He loved his Grandkids even more than he loved us, and the say a lot because We never questioned his love for us.

He enjoyed fishing, hunting and anything that involved the outdoors. He is now in Heaven with his loved ones, in particular, Granny (his Bonnie to her Clyde), Amber (his dearly missed Granddaughter), his brothers and others that preceded him in death.

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