Grant Trevor Leveridge

March 28, 1987May 15, 2020

Grant Trevor Leveridge passed from this life on May 15, 2020. Preceded in death by his Father, Lance Arthur (2014). He is survived by his mother Cindy Leveridge-Gregory, step-father Lewis Gregory, Grandmother Carol Leveridge, step-brother Zack Gregory and step-sister Ana (Tyler) Corcoran. Grant could not wait to come into the world, and arrived six-weeks early, in Kansas City, MO on March 28, 1987. He had a zeal for life and always loved the out-of-doors and growing plants. That is why he achieved a Vocational-Technical Certification for 1050 hours in HORTICULTURE/LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT thru Ft. Osage High School in 2005. Another one of his accomplishments was a life spent in the Boy Scouts of America organization. Where he went all the way from 1st grade to the end of High School finally earning his EAGLE Scout. Immediately following High-School he attended college in Lamoni, Iowa where he earned a Baccalaureate Degree in Parks and Recreation Administration in 2010 from Graceland University. Since Grant loved reading the holy scriptures, and loved people, as a man of faith with a great imagination, an infectious laugh, and a great sense of humor, he wanted to balance those qualities by emulating Jesus Christ and became a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. When his father Lance became terminally ill, with cancer, Grant gave up everything to take care of his father who was alone. Above all, Grant had many friends from college and from within his community. Grant was a loving son, brother and grandson devoted to his family, his friends, and his home. Due to Covid 19 an online Celebration of his Life is being held by family members via Facebook Live on May 23rd 2020. Those wishing to make a contribution in lieu of flowers, please visit:


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Carmelita Stokes - Gilmore

May 23, 2020

Grant, you will always be the kid who was respectful, kind, joyful, and loved. You never had a harsh word for anyone or anything and you stood tall whenever you were around. I always saw you as one of my own and I will love and miss you.


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