OBITUARY

Jacky Leroy Conine Sr.

May 26, 1942May 5, 2021
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Jacky LeRoy Conine, Sr., 78, passed away peacefully at Research Medical Center, Kansas City on May 5th, 2021. Jack was born to Elsie and Jack Conine in Garden City, Kansas May 26, 1942. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Lynn Conine, his children, Lee and Rena Conine, his adopted daughter, Colleen Fujimoto, his sister Barbara Slagle (Randy), his brother Ronnie Conine (Peggy), sister-in-law Janis Conine and many nieces’, nephews, grandchildren and great-grand children. Jack was a long time resident of Belton, Missouri. He worked his entire career with Bendix/Allied Signal/Honeywell for over 43 years. After retirement he became a a dedicated volunteer with Heart n Hand Ministries. Jack was a member of Belton Christian Church and was always willing, ready and able to do what the church or anyone needed of him. Jack was also a former Boy Scout leader in Belton’s Troop 210. He was also a former Master of Belton Masonic Lodge. Jacky dedicated his life to helping people. He loved being of use to people who needed support. He was a kind man with a soft heart. Commonly referred to as a “gentle giant” and often called “Moose” by his many friends. He will be sorely missed by family and friends alike. A date and time for the Celebration of Jacky’s life will be forthcoming. In lieu of flowers please donate to Heart n Hand Ministries or Belton Christian Church.

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Shelia Herndon

May 17, 2021

Heaven is a happier place today with Jack joining the ranks. Those of us here on earth will miss his smile and his precious personality. He was a humble and caring father and husband. My love and prayers to Lynn, Lee, Rena and extended family.
He will be missed!!

james wine

May 12, 2021

I worked with Jack for over 30 years at Bendix/Allied Signal/Honeywell. Our test equipment job description and pay grade where mutual. Jack's ability to accomplish hardware production and modification were stellar. His electronic skills were laterally the same. Jack's attitude was always optimistic and humble. I know he was a man of spiritual faith. His demeanor and actions reflected these qualities. Work ethic unparalleled.
I'm hear to tell you; Jack's physical strength was second to none. I witnessed this on more than one occasion while working along side him. Those who read this will know what I mean!
Blessing, James Wine

Marissa Martin

May 11, 2021

Im gonna miss our school talks and jokes at family events. Though i wasnt close to you. You will always hold a special place in my heart🥰🖤

Sonia Thomas

May 10, 2021

To Rena and the Conine Family:
I send you my condolences. May God bless you with strength and peace throughout this transition of your lives. Blessings to the family.

Don Lybarger

May 9, 2021

Jack was my church buddy. Vicki and I practically always sat a pew or two in front of he and Lynn each and every Sunday morning. He never failed to have something to say to me when I arrived. One of his favorite subjects was his son who lived down in Bates County. He also always wanted to make sure that I'd been practicing at home for my duties of playing organ for church services and the piano for choir performances. Jack and Ed Willett were probably the first two men to become my friends when I started attending Belton Christian Church. RIP my dear friend. You will be sorely missed.

Tim Hicks

May 9, 2021

Jack always had a smile and a handshake for me anytime that I saw him. He would sit and talk to me and would tell me some great stories. Jack you will be missed and thank you for the memories.

Barbara Holland

May 9, 2021

May God's grace comfort you all in this most difficult of times. Jacky was a sweet soul. I have had the pleasure of working with him and knowing his family.
You will be missed not only by your beloved family but by the many people's lives you touched!❤ Till we meet again❤

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