Alan Jay OUTLY
January 4, 1960 – October 11, 2020
Alan Jay Outly, 60, of Peasant Valley, MO passed away Sunday October 11, 2020 unexpectedly at home. Alan was born to William and Margie (Kehoe) Outly in Palos Heights, IL. He graduated from Alan B. Shepard High School in Palos Heights, IL. He moved to Kansas City in 1991 and worked in the trucking industry for 10 years. In 2001, he started working for Hy-Vee and was with them for over 17 years. In 2000, he met Shelia Kirby and the two were married in 2006 in Rockwell, NC in a tye dye wedding. Alan was also employed by Home Depot at the time of his death. In his free time, Alan was an umpire for AJ Wilson and was involved in many different sports. He was a staunch Chicago Cubs and Bears fan. Some of the greatest memories were when he would take Shelia to the Denver Broncos games, even though he did not care much for the Broncos. He also loved riding his motorcycle, white water rafting, camping, and fishing. Alan was also known for his photography, which has taken him to many sporting events. As a couple He would take Shelia on road trips antiquing, which would take them across many states if the “finds” were good. He is preceded in death by his father. Alan is survived by his wife of 14 years, his son Zach (Mallory) Outly of Cameron, MO, Chris Kirby of Pleasant Valley, MO, Matt Gollash of Pleasant Valley, MO, and Eric Pettis of Morris, AL. Also surviving is his mother Margie Outly, sister Tina (Cary) Outly all of Palos Heights, IL, two grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews, and extended family. A visitation is scheduled for 11:00 AM on Friday, October 23, 2020 at the Church Archer Pasley Funeral Home, 119 E. Franklin St., Liberty, MO.
Friday, October 23, 2020
Alan Jay OUTLY
October 22, 2020
Little did I know, when I walked in to HyVee to introduce myself, how much Alan would become a part of my Family. .........As he shook ( almost broke :) ) my hand, I thought to myself, "THIS dude is a character" And I wasn't wrong! He had a wonderful sense of humor, was a GREAT conversationalist and told a fabulous story. (Oh my! Could he tell a story!!). One night..soap box ( well, milk crate) and all....I am laughing just thinking about it... He helped me through a REALLY TOUGH time in my life. He gave THE BEST hugs!! He was a good man and a decent human being. And I am a better person for having known him. Please accept my sincerest condolences.He will be missed. RIP Alan J
October 22, 2020
So sorry to hear about Alan passing. Didn’t know him but he seem like a nice guy. Sheila hope you doing okay. Take care thinking of you. Ronnie
October 21, 2020
Alan, Is My Brother In Law. I Really Loved His Personality. He was My (Buddy) He Loved His North Carolina Family & We Loved Him. He Will Surely Be Missed!! You Go Rest How On That Mountain Alan Jay Outly!!!
October 20, 2020
Alan was just a cool guy. I'm so glad I had the opportunity to get to know him and his wicked sense of humor. He'll be missed by many people. Prayers and condolences for Shelia, his family and friends.