Miles T. Nichols

October 26, 1931January 25, 2015

Miles T. Nichols, 83, Lenexa, KS passed away January 25, 2015. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, February 21, at Mt. Moriah & Freeman Funeral Home, 10507 Holmes Rd. Miles was born October 26, 1931 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, MO. He attended Hale Cook Grade school and was a Cub Scout and Eagle Scout in Troop 50, and a Warrior in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. He graduated from Shawnee Missouri Rural High School (now North). He began his studies at KU in 1948 where he was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity and was Rush Chairman in 1951. Miles graduated from KU, January 17th, 1953, and was drafted into the Army where he served two years. He retired in 1995 after 40 years in the general insurance business. Miles became a board member of the Kansas City, Missouri Junior Chamber of Commerce and was chairman of the Miss Kansas City Pageant. He was also president of the Delta Tau Delta Alumni Association, KC Golf Association, KC Breakfast Club, and the Kansas Golf Association where he spent 20 plus years as a starter for the Kansas Golf Association events. He was preceded in death by his wife of 31 years Sandra Myer Nichols. Miles is survived by his two sons Kevin and Gregory Nichols, and by his former wife Sue Nichols. In lieu of flowers, the family request contributions be made to the Kansas Golf Foundation, 1201 Wakarusa Dr., Ste. B5, Lawrence, KS 66049 or Boy Scouts of America, 10210 Holmes Rd., Kansas City, MO 64131.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 21, 2015

Miles T. Nichols

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February 16, 2015

We were only with you a few times, Di and Kevin's wedding; and, we particularly enjoyed our Christmas visit with you in Kansas City - a very fond memory. We don't know too many people who genuinely enjoyed a well mixed cocktail quite like you, Miles. Ev and Carol

Brian Cole

February 3, 2015

Miles will be deeply missed. I always looked forward to a tournament knowing Miles would be on the 1st tee. A fine person, great friend!

Pete Robbins

January 30, 2015

A fine gentleman whose spirit and contributions will fondly recalled.

Benn Sledge

January 29, 2015

So saddened to hear about Miles passing. He always had a smile and from the beginning of my KGA tournament playing, he always made sure I felt welcomed. I will really miss my conversations with him.

January 29, 2015

Miles was Mr. Kansas City, he knew everybody and was liked by all. I loved all the hunting trips with Myles and Bud Walker and Wally O'dowd and me.We always had a great time together and I will miss him and his good nature and companionship. My nickname for Miles was quicksilver because he was so smooth. Rest in peace old friend. Ron Gurley

Tom Bachelor

January 29, 2015

Top notch, first class. I always enjoyed Miles on the first tee of events
I played in. He remembered my brothers name on the tee, and Jeff
only played a handful of events. I will miss him, Tom Bachelor

January 28, 2015

Miles was a great ambassador for the game. I always enjoyed being around my old Jester golfer buddy. You'll be missed by many.
Dick Peterson (Pittsburg)

January 28, 2015

I was saddened to hear that Miles had passed away. my brother bob and I used to caddy for him at blue hills in 7th and 8th grade.
ed cotter

David Broderick

January 28, 2015

Miles ... you were a sweetheart of gentleman and a fun golfer. Thank you for all the laughs.

You and your great personality will be missed on the every 1st Tee and you'be a great addition to the great Grill Room in the sky!


Rob Gleissner

January 28, 2015

So sorry to hear about Miler. I first met Miles at Indian Hills where I caddied. He played at Blue Hills but always played at Indian and St.Joe and we would caddie for him. He was a good stick in those days. He always asked about my brothers who caddied and I went into the insurance business like Miles. He truly will be missed this summer.