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Frank Duane Hunsaker

August 29, 1951August 26, 2020
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FRANK DUANE HUNSAKER

Frank Duane Hunsaker, 68 of Lee’s Summit Missouri passed away August 26th 2020, after a short battle with cancer. He was born in Windsor, Missouri on August 29, 1951. Frank graduated from William Chrisman High School in Independence Missouri in 1970. After which he was immediately drafted into the United States Army and served his time in the Vietnam war. Frank married Gloria Jean Cox in 1984 and they made their home in Lee’s Summit Missouri. Frank worked many years at ATT and other manufacturing companies. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed his time on the water. Frank D was preceded in death by his Father Frank H. and is survived by his wife Gloria and his mother Rosemarie Hunsaker, Brothers; George, James, Merlin, John and William Hunsaker and sisters; Sharon Parcel, Martha Hodge, Teresa Harris, and Judy Monteer as well as many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers please make contributions to Wayside Waifs 3901 Martha Truman Road KC MO 64137

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020

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Patricia Gillette

September 21, 2020

Our thoughts are with you during this time. We are so sorry for your loss. Frank Duane will be in our hearts and memories forever. Wishing all the families strength and peace during this hard time. Lots of love from the Gillette and Eaton families.

Wanda Anderson

September 5, 2020

I’m Wanda Anderson and here is a special memory I have of Duane .
Duane was a month younger than I, so I felt as though we had a special bond.
During our younger years there were a lot of weekends that my mother, Aunt Irma and Aunt Rosie all met at the Clinkenbeard farm. As the three older Clinkenbeard girls were close in age it just so happened that when one had a child the others did also, making us a large family and all the cousins were very close. It seemed as there was always one or two the same age, “twins” Duane was mine.
One of my most vivid memories is one that happened at grandma and grandpa Clinkenbeard’s. They had an old horse that they called old Dan.. The horse may have actually been Aunt Jean’s horse. On one particular weekend someone had the horse out giving all of the younger kids a ride around the house on the horse. When it came time for Duane’s and my turn because we were the youngest they put us on the horse at the same time. They sent us off for our turn around the house. Just as we finished one lap around the house the family had all started to drift in the house ,so Duane and I took the opportunity to go around the house again. When we got to the back of the house old Dan decided he was hungry and stopped to eat grass. Well, Duane and I were about 5 or 6, just small kids on a tall horse, there was no way we were able to get down by ourselves. We tried hollering but no one could hear us. To this day I still don’t remember how or who got us down, but seems as though Duane and I were there for a long time calling for help. This is a story of Duane and I that I will never forget.

In memory of a very special cousin, whom I will never forget!
Wanda

Anita Vanetti-Smith

September 5, 2020

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of this beloved brother and adored husband Frank. We pray his loving family will find peace in the knowing that he is at rest. The pictures posted here showing Frank as a boy are so sweet and show the makings of treasured and eternal memories of happiness and love in a family of lots of brothers and sisters. Our sympathies to all during this time.

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