OBITUARY

Leland Owen Good

March 25, 1944December 17, 2020

Leland Owen Good passed away unexpectedly and peacefully on Thursday December 17th, 2020 in Belton, Missouri. He was born on March the 25th 1944 in Kansas City, Missouri. Son of Lela Ferdinand Owen and Gilbert Winston Good. He is survived by his sister Bertie-Lela, his brothers Gib & Ferd, daughters Meila & Dora, step son Craig, and ex wives Cati Blanche and Grace Alzamora. Owen was an amazing singer, dancer, artist, horseman, stonemason and woodworker. He lived a full life, travelling the world and settling between Mallorca, Spain and The Owen-Good Ranch in Belton, Missouri. He added something special to the lives of all who knew him and will be greatly missed. ‘May you Dance in Peace'

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Leland Owen Good

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Lori Boody

December 28, 2020

I remember meeting Owen in Boca Grande sitting at Grace's kitchen table. Dora and Meila were there. I remember Grace was cooking. We listened to music. We laughed. I remember his voice. Rich memories.

Marclay Davis

December 28, 2020

I will always remember the fun times Tom and I shared with you at the ranch.
Maybe you will meet up with him on the ranch in the great beyond
Marclay

Theresa Cotter

December 27, 2020

Dear Family, May the wonderful memories carry you through the days ahead. In my mind's eye, I see a car passing by... Owen driving... But you only saw the Hat!

Peggy Messick Kruse peggy.a.kruse@gmail.com

December 27, 2020

Owen always was one to keep our Raymore classroom from being boring, could always do something to get some attention, Owen and I were great friends in school, Tom and I were just talking the other day, wondering if he still lived in Spain, RIP dear friend, Peggy Messick Kruse

Gaylene (Rathjen) Small

December 27, 2020

So sorry to hear of Owens passing. Family is in my prayers. Have many childhood memories from the ranch when mom and Mary Coleman worked in the restaurant

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