Brett J. Kisner

June 15, 1960December 23, 2018

Brett J Kisner. age 58, of Blue Springs, passed away Dec 23, 2018. Visitation Service, Dec. 27, 2018 6pm to 7:45pm. Funeral Service 7:45pm. All services at Newcomers Noland Road Chapel.

Brett was born June 15, 1960 in Independence, Mo to Ben and Frances(Ellis) Kisner. He was raised and educated in Independence, graduating from Truman High School 1978.

After high school he worked as a plumber for Olson Plumbing for 7 years. He then started his own concrete construction business, specializing in concrete flat work.

Preceded in death by, mother Frances, brother Stuart.

He is survived by wife: Caryl-Lynn. Father; Ben Kisner and Mom Mary. Brothers: James Kisner, Scott (Kathy) Kisner. Children: Benjamin (Alli) Kisner, Breanna Kisner, Victoria (Chandler) Hollis, Nicholas Martin, Doug Kisner. Numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.


  • Ben Kisner, Father
  • Frances (Ellis) Kisner, Mother
  • Mary (Brewster) Kisner, Mom
  • Caryl-Lynn Kisner, Wife
  • Benjamin (Alli) Kisner, Breanna Kisner, Victoria (Chandler) Hollis, Nicholas Martin and Doug Kisner, Children
  • Stuart Kisner (deceased), James Kisner and Scott (Kathy) Kisner, Brothers
  • Brett also leaves numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews to cherish his memory.


  • Visitation Thursday, December 27, 2018

Brett J. Kisner

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Sheryl Irish

February 12, 2019

Just received information on his passing. I am so very sorry for your loss. I know Frances is taking good care of him. She loved him so. He was such a character. He always made us laugh. Sandy always wanted to go see him. She couldn't get enough of him.
I can just imagine the stories George, Frances and him are sharing in Heaven
Love yo you all. Sheryl

Eric Wright

December 27, 2018

I first Meet Brett around age 13 while I was helping my Uncle Lee Lewis Jr. And stayed friends. I'm so sorry for y'alls lost and I too will miss the bigger than life laugh of Brett man I miss you so much. Brett you and Lee Jr. Hold me a seat at the fun table and I will see you both again. Love you guys

Nick Bell's Family

December 27, 2018

Our prayers and thoughts are with your family at this devastating time . I (Cristi Bell) didn't know him as well as my husband Nick Bell did but after the loss of Nick he reached out to me with his condolences . He was so very kind and I appreciated it very much. May God bring you comfort and if there's ever anything I can do please let me know. We are so sorry for your loss. Love always the family of Nick Bell.

Phillip Dickens

December 27, 2018

The first time I saw Brett was on the dance floor of Sam Wilson's, shortly after returning to Independence from college in the early 80's. Our friendship grew through mutual friends and I always looked forward to seeing him when out and about. Even when we ran into each other years later he greeted me with a handshake or a hug and of course that big smile of his. Brett will surely be missed.

Jie Reyes

December 27, 2018

Brett was always a nice man to speak to. He will be missed.

Lance Maguire

December 26, 2018

In the span of a lifetime we meet many people, most of whom for whatever reason merely fill that moment. In that same lifetime we meet a few magnanimous personalities filled with character and generosity few can match. Brett was one of those few for me. His overwhelming need to help and to have a good time to be the curator of family first and formost will stand long and strong with me. I knew him but for a moment leaving an everlasting mark on why I do what I do.. see you in a dirt pile on the other side my man

Larry Lewid

December 26, 2018

So many memories, from back to high school days til just a few years ago. 4 wheel drive pickups, Noland Rd. Construction jobs, especially hunting camp in north Missouri.
You'll be missed, AND remembered!

Greg Bloss

December 26, 2018

Big heart Brett. Always the life of the party. Always gracious and treated me with the utmost respect. My sincere condolences to his family, which will no doubt miss him greatly.

Terry Beebe

December 26, 2018

I sure enjoyed Brett, alway a GREAT time and LAUGHS, He was so proud of his family and a BIG HEART. I will miss him. Love Terry Beebe