James Everett Storey
June 25, 1940 – May 2, 2019
James E. Storey, 78, passed away May 2, 2019 at North Kansas City Hospital.
James was born on June 25, 1940 to James Everett and Leona Mae (Bolton) Storey in Kansas City, KS. He was a meat cutter for 13 years at United Super, Thriftway and head meat cutter at Buckner, MO. He ran his own meat business for 26 years in the Kansas City and surrounding area. James was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a member of Landmark Baptist Church in Kansas City, KS and later the Antioch Bible Baptist Church in Kansas City, MO.
Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Shirley of the home in North Kansas City; a son, James Storey, III of Kansas City, MO; his daughter, Christal Lewis and husband, Chris of Kansas City, MO; two grandsons, Jason Fulks and wife, Christina of Kansas City, MO, and Austin Lewis of Kansas City, MO; two great-granddaughters, Sophia and Vivian Fulks; a sister, Margaret Reid of Kansas City, MO; and a sister-in-law, Oleta Reavis of Gladstone, MO.
A private memorial service will be held at McGilley Antioch Chapel at a future date.
Graveside services will be in Mulberry, AR at a future date.
- Shirley Storey, Wife
- James Storey III, Son
- Christal (Chris) Lewis, Daughter
- Jason (Christina) Fulks, Grandson
- Austin Lewis, Grandson
- Sophia Fulks, Great Granddaughter
- Vivian Fulks, Great Granddaughter
- Margaret Reid, Sister
- Oleta Reavis, Sister-in-law
- James Everett Storey (Deceased), Father
- Leona Mae (Bolton) Storey (Deceased), Mother
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
James Everett Storey
May 13, 2019
Sorry for your loss. I remember when your family lived on our block of N. Winchester in the early 60's and Jim worked at the United Super on Brighton. We lived on the corner, next to 48th St. My dad was Paul, and he passed in 1987. My mother Dora now lives in memory care, but lived in the Winchester house until a few years ago- we just sold it last year after calling it "home" for 56 years. Lots of memories growing up on Winchester and all the families we used to hang out with and the kids we played with over the years. My brother Derek was closer to Jamie in age so he probably played with him more than I did, but I remember we were pretty sad when your family moved away and maybe that's why I remember all this. Thoughts and prayers from our family to yours during this difficult time.