OBITUARY

Ashton Jacob Harmon-Manser

July 27, 1998September 7, 2020
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Ashton Harmon-Manser of Kansas City, MO passed away at home September 7, 2020.

Ashton entered this life July 27, 1998 to Robert Manser and Sara Harmon-Manser. From the beginning, Ashton was a light that shown bright to everyone that he encountered. He did not know a stranger. Growing up, Ashton was active in many things. He especially loved participating in Boy Scouts, coming very close to becoming an Eagle Scout. He also enjoyed playing sports, mostly baseball and football. What Ashton enjoyed most was teasing his little sister Sadi, he never did tire of that, even as they got older. Ashton also had room in his heart for his many friends. Caring very deeply for them, always there in a moment’s notice when any of them found themselves surrounded by difficulty. Ashton left an impact wherever he was, whether it was in Kansas City, or Georgia. He often said that he would go back to Georgia to live at some point in his life. The loss Ashton’s family and friends feel at this point is vast. He will forever be remembered for that smile on his face that could light up a room.

Ashton is survived by his father, Robert Manser, Kansas City, MO, his mother, Sara Manser and sister, Sadi Manser, both of Lousiville, KY; paternal grandmother, Georgeanna Manser, Lee’s Summt, MO, and maternal grandparents Jim and Lois Harmon, Kearney, MO. Ashton is also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins who loved him dearly.

He is preceded in death by his paternal grandfather Doug Manser.

Visitation will be held September 16, 2020 from 1 to 2 pm at Newcomer's White Chapel, 6600 NE Antioch Road, Gladstone, MO. We ask that the COVID guidance be followed by wearing a mask. The family will have a limited amount of masks available should you not have one. In addition the service will be streamed to Newcomer's White Chapel Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/NewcomersWhiteChapel/

  • DONATIONS

  • Donations can be made in honor of Ashton Manser to the Salvation Army KC ARC

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

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Tami Henry

September 16, 2020

Robert and family,

I met Ashton when he was just a baby and he was with his grandmother Georgie that day. You could tell he was her pride and joy. It was a lovely service. I also was able to see how much fun Robert and Ashton had together thru their posts on facebook. Seeing them together on facebook posts has made family seem not so far away this year. My thoughts and prayers are with you in the coming days and months.

Tami Henry

Michael Thomas

September 16, 2020

Ashton was such a gentle spirit with an infectious smile. He was never afraid to pitchin help wherever needed. When he sang with the Church Choir he always sang with joy!

Janet Rogers

September 13, 2020

RIH my handsome great nephew. What a great young man you turned out to be. Your time on earth was short but full of life and love. You will be missed deeply. Now take your wings and fly with your grandpa in heaven. Much love Ashton. Your Auntie Janet

Jack Hollins

September 12, 2020

Met at the Salvation Army and were born again Christian's intent on renewal of our lives. Never let that message that God brings into our hearts leaves the thoughts within us.
AMEN
Jack E Hollins

Jamey Cox

September 12, 2020

Ashton was one who inspired me to take sincerity in what I do here at the salvation army... I'm so proud to have called him my friend, and my brother in Christ...

Joshua Keever

September 12, 2020

From coming to tons of birthdays at McDonald’s . Which as a kid was so awesome to talking and seeing you grow . Gods speed brother R.I.H. Deeply missed 🙏🏽

Angela DeCastro

September 12, 2020

He was such a polite and helpful young man. Always asking if he could do anything to help. I only experienced him during Boy
Scout activities but he seemed to be very caring and sincere. He will be missed by many.

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