Thomas Edward Unroe

November 15, 1962February 18, 2021

Thomas Edward Unroe, age 58, of Kansas City, MO passed away on Thursday, February 18, 2021. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and winter, memorial service will be held for Thomas at a later date.

Thomas was born on November 15, 1962 in Kansas City, MO to parents Georgia (Simons) and Jackie Unroe. He attended Winnetonka High School. He assembled die cutting machines across the country for over 12 years.

When not working, Thomas was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed fishing, hunting, trapping, mushroom hunting, barbequing, and hanging out with his friends. He also enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson Sportster. His family was his largest sense of enjoyment. He was always a problem solver, and tried to always give them the simplest and most probable outcome to an issue. His advice and compassion will be missed by all who knew him. He would want everyone to know, that he is just fine and not to worry and that this was the best outcome for him. Thomas is preceded in death by his sister, Kathaleen Unroe, who passed just a year before him; and various friends that he will be happy to see again in the sky above.

He is survived by his mother, Georgia Unroe, who will miss him and his sister dearly. She, and his sister, Peggy Thorp, will always remember the good times that they had at the farm they used to live on and just being there for eachother. His 2 sons, Sean and Kevin Unroe, will carry on his legacy and love. They will miss his sound advice, sarcasm, and laughter.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Thomas Edward Unroe

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rebecca robinson

February 28, 2021

Tom was a wonderful I went to dialysis with him he loved to pick on me all the time but I was use to it he will be missed dearly. He was so happy when I got my kidney transplant in 2018

John Arndt

February 20, 2021

Tom you will be missed by many people. I will always remember the night at Craigs when we walked down to the pond and I walked right into it,we laughed so hard and you never let me forget about it. I’ll miss you!!

Allen Mccutchen

February 19, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Tom passing. He was a good man and a good Best man. We were close so very many years. Always willing to help others any way he could. He was the wise one of the bunch, with good advice. He will be truly missed. My most sincere condolences to the family.