OBITUARY

Raymond Robert Myers Sr.

August 23, 1928December 7, 2020
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Ray Myers, 92, of Belton, Missouri, passed away on December 7th at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was born August 23, 1928, to Arthur and Letha Myers near New Cambria, Missouri. Ray grew up in rural Missouri. He came to Kansas City as a young man to help support his family. Ray met the love of his life, Patricia, and they married in June 1951. Ray served in the Kansas National Guard, supporting the Kansas City Community during the Great Flood of 1951. He worked many years as a sheet metal worker, starting his own business, Myers Furnace Company in 1983. Ray was a master craftsman. He was a wonderful husband and father always providing the best home for his family. A strong man of values and faith, he contributed hours to his church. He is survived by Pat, devoted wife of 69 years, four daughters, Shelly, Denise, Cindy and Julie, two sons, Rob and Art, 21 grandchildren, 33+ great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, sister Evelyn Green, brother-in-law, Dan Stanley and best friend, Dave Mowrey.

A mask mandated visitation will be held Monday, December 14th from 10AM-Noon at The Belton Christian Church with a private family funeral to follow. Internment in Belton Cemetery.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jehu Benezette
  • Joe Benezette
  • Jake Benezette
  • Raymond Myers, III
  • Delaney Myers
  • Justin Zeysing
  • - Honorary Pallbearers -
  • Luke Zeysing
  • Scott Wittkopp
  • Bobbie Benezette

Services

  • Walk-Through Visitation

    Monday, December 14, 2020

  • Burial

    Monday, December 14, 2020

Memories

Raymond Robert Myers Sr.

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Doug DeLozier

December 14, 2020

I am deeply saddened to learn of Ray's passing. What a great man and wonderful example for others. It was a blessing for me to have known him.
We are thinking of all of you and praying for God's peace, grace, and eternal love for all of you in this season of life.

Kim Melton

December 13, 2020

I never knew Ray for very long My son in law and daughter bought their home they had resided in for many years. Ray would come by once in a while to visit and I was lucky to be able to visit with him a couple of times. Such a sweet and caring man. Such an uplifting man with his kind words. He didn’t know what a difference his words made in my life. I just want to express to his family how very sorry I am and my prayers are with them.

Theresa Cotter

December 11, 2020

Dear Family, cling to the many wonderful memories. You are in the prayers of many including me. Faith, Family, and friends help us get through the tough times. God be with you.

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