George Dewey Queener Jr.

February 27, 1928June 6, 2018

George Dewey Queener, Jr., 90, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri passed away June 6, 2018.

A visitation will be 1:00-2:00p.m., A service will be held at 2:00p.m. Tuesday, June 12 at Mt. Moriah Newcomer & Freeman Funeral Home, 10507 Holmes, Kansas City Missouri. A burial will follow at Mt. Washington Cemetery, in Independence Missouri.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, June 12, 2018

George Dewey Queener Jr.

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Patsy Queener Heiller

June 12, 2018

Uncle George is my main uncle!! Was always happy and laughing when we visited 8 kids a house full!! he and dad went hunting a lot rabbits squirrel geese deer
Christmas nite their family came over for supper cold buffet ham rye bread and their bourbon ball adults only
I start to go and visit him Aunt Donna about ancestery which the two of them loved to do! An hour always turned into a whole afternoon of stories and pictures. Laughing. Sadly distance and moves cut off our afternoons. I love him miss him Patsy niece

Andy Coleman

June 9, 2018

George was always the sweetest, sweetest man. He was always so kind and patient, even when dad would talk his ear off! I loved having him as part of our extended family. And I know Rhonda considered him her second father and loved him dearly. He will truly be missed. Hugs and prayers to the family.

Kristin Seim

June 8, 2018

My favorite memory of many memories was when I had spent the weekend with grandma and grandpa during the winter. We got a lot of snow on a Saturday and Grandpa and I went outside to build some snowmen. We made two snowmen to look just like us. Then Grandpa got a an old wooden sled and gave me sled rides down the little hill in the back field. He pulled me down the hill for hours. Once he got tired he told me “Ok one more time and then we will stop” and he pulled me down the little hill.... and I laughed and said “oh come on! One more time!” And he said, “Ok! One more time!” And back up the hill we went! We did our “one more time” ride down the hill for another two hours! He was a wonderful selfless Grandpa. I will miss his greatly!