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McGilley State Line Chapel

12301 State Line Road, Kansas City, MO

OBITUARY

Sean Macrorie Weisenfels

February 8, 2000June 13, 2020

Sean Macrorie Weisenfels, 20, of Kansas City, MO, passed away on June 13, 2020. We are celebrating Sean’s life with a private service.

Sean was born on February 8, 2000 in Kansas City, MO.

Sean's life was too short for those of us who love him. We will miss his sharp wit, intellectual discussions, his perspective on life, death, honor, loyalty, and friendship. His insights showed maturity far beyond his years.

He had a passion for reading, a love of animals, wrestling, martial arts, and had a deep respect and admiration for our military. He hoped one day to be worthy to serve. His loyalty to and respect for his friends was unwavering.

No matter the degree of his personal success, Sean gave the credit to his friends, his teammates, his instructor, his coach, his teacher, or his boss.

May you find the peace for which you searched.

Sean is preceded in death by grandfathers Charlie Weisenfels and Don Green. He is survived by parents Tracey and Nip Weisenfels, sister Katie and Clay Hartman, brother Jay and Kelly Weisenfels; nieces and nephews Zoe, Lucy and George Hartman, Jack and Mary Weisenfels and many cousins; grandparents Carol and Milton Wallace, Marje Green Weisenfels; aunts and uncles Lisa, Karla and Chuck, Christy and David, Sheri, Chip and Jane, Kurt and Sally, Kaye and Edward.

In lieu of flowers, Sean’s nieces and nephews, Zoe, Lucy and George Hartman and Jack and Mary Weisenfels have chosen three organizations for donations in his memory. You will find links to these at McGilley State Line Chapel website. Condolences may be left online at www.mcgilleystatelinechapel.com.

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Sean Macrorie Weisenfels

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Brandon Talbert

June 29, 2020

Sean and I had been friends since the beginning. We grew up together, and we considered ourselves brothers. We could talk to each other about anything, and both of us would have some sort of wisdom.
We would talk about the good times of life. We would talk about the bad times. We would talk about our struggles, and our triumphs. We would talk about why we loved sports, especially playing sports, and all that was going on in life.
If there were two things that will remind me of Sean, they would be his books, and his friendship
He could talk to me for hours about his favorite books, their authors, the plots and characters, or it be the comic book side, and that was a whole other topic. We would go into who our favorite super heroes were, and why they would defeat each other, and then talk about what powers we would have, and why they were better than each other’s.
Sean’s value of friendship was built on 4 pillars. Loyalty, Love, Respect and Charity. Sean’s loyalty to his family and to his friends was something that never needed to be questioned. The love he showed these people was unconditional. He never held a grudge, and was always quick to forgive, then let go and move on. He respected everyone, whether it be his elders, family, friends or even little kids. He would always tell me it’s amazing what you can learn from little kids. His charity towards me was something I will never forget. He would always offer to pay, give me money and more. His charity knew no bounds.
Sean was a guy that, just by talking to him, would brighten up your day. He had a great sense of humor, he was witty, he was kind and gentle, but most importantly, he was loving. Didn’t matter who you were, he would always ask how that person was doing and why their day was good or bad. He genuinely cared about others before himself. I’m so sorry for your loss Mr. and Mrs. Weisenfels.

Christy Beemer

June 27, 2020

A young Sean would call and ask if he and Brandon could come over and play. The boys would have so much fun: playing video games, laughing, playing. But the lake was their favorite. They’d jump off the dock and swim. When lunch approached we’d grill hot dogs and those boys would eat all the snacks I had. When uncle David got home the ultimate fun would start - tubing! My favorite memory is Sean on the tube doing all his tricks: dancing, spinning, one hand, no hands, whatever he could think of. By the end of the day they’d be scheming for their next visit. We had many wonderful days with Sean and Brandon. Watching them grow in their friendship was priceless. Love, Aunt Christy and Uncle David

Lindsay Ross

June 26, 2020



Unfortunately Sheri, Tyler and I didn’t get to visit Kansas City as much as I would have liked but that didn’t stop the bond I shared with Sean. I couldn’t imagine visits with Sean without all of his sarcasm and inquisitive nature. I’m so happy our relationship never shifted regardless of time and space.

My favorite memory was two years ago when I got to hang with the “guys”. Tyler, Dakota, Sean and I spent the evening talking about life and girls! I’m going to miss attempting to give Sean dating advice with women. I still have no idea why he trusted me in that area lol! Words can’t express how much I will miss him and the smirkish smile he had every time he saw me. I love you Sean, always and forever.

Tyler Ross

June 26, 2020

I’ll never forget the time Sean asked why I was a darker complexion than him he loved me just as much looked up to me just as much but the curiosity in his geniuses brain asked why.. I looked at him and told him I just like tanning beds he was so little I didn’t know what else to say all he did was laugh and smile while looking up at me. I always loved having someone look up to me. I never had a little brother or sister but Sean was the closest to that even though Lindsay, Sheri and I had limited visits I will always remember, love a Cherish my gitty cousin that had to fit 100 words into one sentence. I love you sean. I wish I could of been there more.

Donna and Jamie Woolard

June 25, 2020

Nip and Tracy! Jamie and I are so saddened by the sudden passing of your son! From the words I read he sounds like an amazing person in all ways and had an incredible love for the military!! May his memories bring you much joy!!

Our prayers are with you always!! God bless
Donna and Jamie

jack isley

June 25, 2020

Nip, I am so very sorry for you, your wife and family for the heart breaking loss of your son, Sean. Your tribute to him was quite moving and gave those of us who did not know him a glimpse into the life and character of a young man taken far too early from his loving family. Jack Isley

Brandi Harstedt

June 24, 2020

Going through more photos and memories of the holidays. This is an old one but a good one. I loved watching you grow up into a wonderful young man. Everytime I came home you grew another foot!!!

Brandi Harstedt

June 24, 2020

I only visit home a few times a year for holidays but I always loved coming home and seeing Sean to discuss his college life, love for the military and the gym. He was so excited to ask questions about lifting and my experiences in the military. He made the mistake in asking for a workout routine one time...he never asked me for another routine after that one HA :-) He truly brought joy into my life. Sean will be dearly missed. I love you

Brittany Williams

June 23, 2020

The memory that Dallas has of Sean is Christmas Eve and playing bingo! He showed me how to play to Bingo mom! He sat by him at the table and they played together! We will always think of you at Christmas Eve when we play Bingo and it will always be a memory that Dallas and I will have and cherish!
We love you!

Love,
Dallas and Brittany

Brittany Williams

June 23, 2020

Sean-Bob, I remember the day you were born and the excitement that was in our family! So many memories I can barely put into words all of them. All the great times we had playing at the lake, playing video games, putting together legos. ( mostly me putting them together while you told me to hurry up and go faster!) I am going to miss your smile and sweet spirit! I love you to pieces! I still won’t forget your serious face when you told me that you were getting to “old” to be called My Sean-Bob! And when I told him he will never be to old for it he just hugged me and smiled! Dallas and I miss you and love you! I have loved watching you grow into that amazing young man! Aunt Tracey and Uncle Nip I love you guys, and wish I could take away the pain!

I love you!
Brittany and Dallas

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