OBITUARY

Jerry A. Losey

August 14, 1960September 1, 2019

Jerry Losey, 59, died peacefully on September 1, 2019. Jerry was born on August 14, 1960 in North Kansas City, Missouri to James and Eileen Losey.

Jerry graduated from North Kansas City High School in 1978. He worked in a variety of maintenance and construction jobs before being employed at General Motors Fairfax assembly plant, where he was a proud member of the UAW. Jerry was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing and was a member of Ducks Unlimited. He was fond of spending time with friends at the Depot in Avondale. He was a lifelong member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church and blessed by the fellowship of the congregation and pastor.

The family would like to thank Riverside Nursing and Rehab, North Kansas City Hospital and Hospice House for their dedication and care.

  • DONATIONS

  • Holy Cross Lutheran Church

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, September 7, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, September 7, 2019

Memories

Jerry A. Losey

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Adrienne Seward

September 11, 2019

Jerry was my line partner at GM fairfax for awhile and he was very kind and loved to talk about his friends and family. Rest in Heavenly Peace Jerry, you were such a kind soul.

James Pruett

September 10, 2019

Jerry was a member of my team at GM Fairfax
He was a very good friend of mine
I was his team leader
Here he proudly poses with his 20 year certificate!!

Sue Gonzalez (Stokes)

September 4, 2019

Jerry was our next door neighbor from birth to death. Jerry and his brother, Billy hung out a lot at our house, the Stokes' house. He always showed up when needed and he always had a kind word to say to my parents. He was a part of our neighborhood sports games. He was one of the youngest. We played football, baseball, basketball, sledding, croquet and various other sports while growing up. He was sometimes a dare devil. He crawled through a sewer tunnel during relay races in the back woods and swung from the rope swing attached to our tree house. However, it was his brother who was the one who broke his arm. He kept his mother company and took care of her after the early death of his father. He had his short comings but he was a great guy in many ways. And he will be truly missed by the Stokes family.

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