Frank L. McDermott

February 5, 1940December 15, 2020

Frank L. McDermott was born on February 5, 1940 and passed away on December 15, 2020 and is under the care of Newcomer's White Chapel Funeral Home.

Celebration of life and Military Honor will be held on April 10, 2021 at 1:00 pm at Antioch Bible Baptist Church, 800 NE 72nd St, Gladstone, MO. Visitation will be held on April 10, 2021 at 3:00 pm at Antioch Bible Baptist Church, 800 NE 72nd St, Gladstone, MO.

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  • Celebration of life and Military Honor

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 10, 2021


Frank L. McDermott

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Peggy Malicoat-Gentry

April 10, 2021

Frank and I had the connection of sports and of the Kansas City Royals and each time I would see him we talked sports. He also use to play games with the family but Frank could never follow the rules. He always told what he was suppose to keep a secret during the games and we could never stop him from doing it or stop laughing when he did!! The very last time I ever saw Frank in October 2020 he said to me as he went out the door “Aunt Peggy (which is what everyone calls me no matter how young or old) You know how much you are loved by this family”. GOD has a great soul in heaven and Frank will continue to watch over and guide his family! I will always miss you.

Eleanor andCarl Buck

April 10, 2021

We met Frank several times at his son’s home
Lynn and Debbie hosted the BEST super bowl party ever
Frank was very friendly always remembered our names
I would say he was a GENTLEMAN
You raised an exceptional son in Lynn who is a man of FAITH
HE and his wife Debbie have added so much joy and quality to our neighborhood
Be proud Frank you must have been a great Dad
With love and gratitude for inviting us to meet Frank and wonderful fun loving Shirley
Auntie El and Carl

Karen Hopkins

December 18, 2020

Frank was such a kind, dear man. He always asked about my family and would always listen. Could always tell he loved his family, life and his heavenly Father. We are all going to miss him. I pray it brings comfort to Shirley and the family knowing you can see Frank in each one of them and there will be a reunion someday. Love, Karen/Ron Hopkins