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Wagih Moussa

Nov 01, 1944 - Nov 22, 2023

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Overland Park, KS

Wagih M. I. Moussa passed away on November 22, 2023 at the age of 79. Wagih was born in Cairo, Egypt and immigrated to Kansas in 1976, where he and his wife Marcelle raised their family. He worked as a senior architect for Black and Veatch for 37 years. He was known for his dedication to his family, the church, and his love of architecture. Wagih is survived by his wife (Marcelle), daughters (Sherin and Mariam), granddaughters (Alexandra and Hannah), and sons-in-law (Brian and Ryan). In l...Read More

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John Raymond Scheuch

Jun 28, 1953 - Feb 19, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

John Raymond Scheuch, age 70, of Overland Park, Kansas passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. He was born on June 28, 1953 in Baltimore, Maryland to Esther Lee Ambrose and John Edwin Scheuch. Growing up, John attended the Methodist Youth Group, and enjoyed Choir and Drama class. He was often in school plays and musical concerts. John was a Boy Scout and was active in that from the time his family moved to Kansas City up until his graduation from Center High School in 1971. After high school, John attended Northwest Missouri State University. He later finished his Bachelor's in Business at Baker University in 1996. For over 37 years, John worked in Service and Sales as a Water Treater, retiring in 2019 with Ecolab. In 1973, during his time at Northwest Missouri State University, John went to visit a friend at Emporia State University where he met his wife, Helen, on a blind date. They were engaged three months later, and married on May 25,1974 in Topeka, Kansas. Shortly after they wed, John and Helen began attending Trinity Lutheran, where they helped for a young couples group that they were part of for over 25 years. In June of 1979, Jeremy was born. In March of 1983, John and Helen welcomed their daughter, Sarah. John was a very involved father, and would have done anything for his children. With Sarah, he enjoyed cuddling and playing catch in the backyard. With both Jeremy and Sarah, he enjoyed being a Scout Troop Leader, and taking them to many Royals games. Jeremy and Sarah recall many times talking over the phone with John. Though Sarah lives locally, she would talk to her dad every morning on her way to work. John and Helen's home was always welcome to anyone. Jeremy and Sarah recall having countless friends over, in which John and Helen would always treat as their own. He always viewed every person as an equal to the person next to them. Helen and John recently made the goal to visit all 50 state capitals. While they were not able to complete this goal together, they successfully visited 48 state capitals. Often, they enjoyed going to local wineries and book club with their church friends. They were very active members within their church, First Lutheran Church in Mission Hills, Kansas. John devoted a large portion of his life to volunteer work. For 40+ years, he was Santa Claus for many children. John became president of Santa America in 2015 and was active up until recently. He often visited children with disabilities. Some of his favorite places to visit were KC Hospice House, Alexandra's House and countless other schools, organizations and families. He was also active with the Elves of Christmas Present. Once a month, John and Helen would help serve meals at the Gathering Place on Independence Avenue. They would also volunteer with Meals on Wheels and Solace House. Throughout everything, Helen was always with John, working behind the scenes and making their operations successful. Preceding him in death were John's father's, John E. Scheuch and E. Albert Kreek, and his brother David L. Kreek. Surviving him is his mother, Esther Kreek, his step-mother, Catherine Scheuch, his wife, Helen, his son Jeremy and his wife Danielle, a daughter, Sarah and her husband Kiel, a brother, Thomas and his husband Robert, and a sister, Mary Kay. Also surviving him are his grandchildren, Lukas, Parker, Chloe, Miles and Memphis, and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and many others who he called family. On May 11, 2024 from 10 AM - 3 PM, a Blood Drive will be held in honor of John at St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church in Mission, Kansas.

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Mary Margaret Eagle (Lilly)

Aug 01, 1940 - Feb 15, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

Mary Margaret Eagle (Lilly), aged 83, passed away on the evening of February 15th, 2024, at Overland Park Regional Medical Center after a prolonged fight with heart disease, surrounded by her loving family. Born in August 1940 to Louise and Arthur Lilly in Iola, Kansas, Mary later settled in Bonner Springs for 53 years before relocating to Hillside Village in Desoto. She leaves behind a cherished family: her daughters Terri Stafford, Rennae Hays, Jennifer Depetre, her son Paul D. Werle, nine grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her sister, parents, and a grandson. Mary's joy in life came from her family and her adored dogs. She relished her trips to the casino, playing scratch-off tickets, and was an avid player of Bingo and Canasta at Hillside Village, where she also loved to host and socialize with friends. Her infectious laughter and warm spirit will be profoundly missed. A Celebration of Life will be held in her honor on February 25th, 2024, at 1 pm at 12063 206th St, Linwood, Kansas. We invite you to join us in commemorating Mary's life.

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Billy Leon Graves

Jun 30, 1947 - Feb 18, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

Billy “Bill” Leon Graves, 76, of Bolivar, Missouri, passed away on February 18, 2024, at Menorah Medical Center in Overland Park, Kansas. He was born on June 30, 1947, in Bolivar, Missouri, to Alvy and Wilma (Trenary) Graves. Bill was a lifelong resident of Bolivar, Missouri, where he graduated high school and worked a full career at Citizens Memorial Healthcare Facility. Continue Reading × Billy "Bill" Leon Graves June 30, 1947 - February 18, 2024 Billy “Bill” Leon Graves, 76, of Bolivar, Missouri, passed away on February 18, 2024, at Menorah Medical Center in Overland Park, Kansas. He was born on June 30, 1947, in Bolivar, Missouri, to Alvy and Wilma (Trenary) Graves. Bill was a lifelong resident of Bolivar, Missouri, where he graduated high school and worked a full career at Citizens Memorial Healthcare Facility. He is survived by one sister, Carol Ball of Kansas City, Missouri; two nephews: Jeff Ball, and wife, Randi, and Rick Ball, and wife, Heather, as well as several great nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, Alvy and Wilma Graves; twin sisters, Kaye and Faye, and sister Karen Sue Graves. Graveside services for Bill will take place on Friday, February 23, 2024, at 2:00 p.m., at New Bethel Cemetery. 2063 E. 465 th Road, Halfway, Missouri 65663. Print Email Leave a Message, Share a Memory Flowers & Gifts Arrangements starting at $35 Charity Donations Make a Memorial Donation @media print { .condolence.print-hide { display: none !important; } } Leave a Message, Share a Memory See Condolences Greenlawn left a message: Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss. × Your condolence may need to be approved before it appears on this page. It may not appear immediately once submitted. Leave a Message, Share a Memory Greenlawn left a message: Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss. × Your condolence may need to be approved before it appears on this page. It may not appear immediately once submitted. Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Upload attachment (Allowed file types: jpg, jpeg, gif, png , maximum file size: 10MB.) Your Name * Email Address* (Your email address will not be published.) Condolence × × Your condolence may need to be approved before it appears on this page. It may not appear immediately once submitted. Thank you for leaving a condolence.. Your comment has been submitted for moderation. Show you care with something special. Send Flowers or a Gift //show thank you modal if just submitted condolence jQuery(window).load(function() { jQuery('#post-condolence #attachmentForm').find('#submit').addClass('btn obit-button thank-you-btn'); if(window.location.hash) { window.location.hash.indexOf("comment") !== -1 ? jQuery("#post-condolence-thankyou").modal() : false; } });

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Jacquelin Leigh Strickland

Sep 08, 1941 - Feb 13, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

Jacquelin "Jackie" Leigh Strickland, age 82, of Overland Park, Kansas passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2024. Jackie was born in Layland, West Virginia. A graveside service for Jackie will be held Friday, February 23, 2024 at 1:00 PM in Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, 83rd Street and Quivira Road, Lenexa, Kansas.

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James A. (Jim) Taylor

Sep 22, 1956 - Feb 15, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

James A. (Jim) Taylor, age 67, of Kansas City, Kansas, passed away February 15, 2024, at Overland Park Regional Medical Center, surrounded by family and friends. He is survived by his two sons: Chris and Alex; two daughters-in-law: Reneé and Clair; three grandchildren: Lucas, AJ and Annabelle; two sisters: Bev Willard and Marvena Hurt; girlfriend: Pam Gerster; and ex-wife: Deana Taylor. A visitation will be held on Friday, February 23, 2024, from 3:00 pm-5:00 pm at Chapel Hill Funeral Home, 701 N. 94th Street, Kansas City, KS, 66112. It will be followed by a potluck/ gathering from 6pm-9m at Bristol Hill United Methodist Church, 4826 County Line Rd., Kansas City, KS, 66106. In lieu of flowers, the family would prefer donations be made to the Great Plains SPCA: https://greatplainsspca.salsalabs.org/donate/index.html

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Gary Dean Koeneman

Aug 31, 1941 - Feb 17, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

Gary Dean Koeneman, 82, of Overland Park, Kansas passed away February 17, 2024. A visitation will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 am, Tuesday, February 27, 2024 at the Amos Family Funeral Home followed by a funeral service at 11:30am. Gary will be laid to rest at Leavenworth National Cemetery following his funeral. Please check back for a full obituary. To to the family or in memory of Gary Dean Koeneman, please

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Thomas Alan Wallingford

Jan 05, 1945 - Feb 15, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

Thomas Alan Wallingford, age 79, of Overland Park, Kansas passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2024.

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David A. Mehl

Jan 23, 1955 - Feb 10, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

DAVID "George" MEHL David A. "George" Mehl of Overland Park, Kansas passed away Saturday February 10, 2024. He was born January 23, 1955 in Mattoon, Illinois, the son of Walter A. and Helen M. (Russell) Mehl. Mr. Mehl, known as "George" by his family and "Bakka" by his grandkids, was a route driver for several different companies, primarily in Illinois and North Carolina, throughout his working years. He resided in Mattoon, Illinois before moving to Kansas in 2021. There, you would find him on the porch swing, mowing, or tinkering with his Chevy truck. He especially enjoyed spending time with family and friends; spoiling his yellow lab, Duke; watching westerns, and drinking coffee at all hours. In Kansas, he spent his time with his daughter and grandkids, while battling lung cancer. He attended the Lutheran churches in Sigel, and Mattoon, Illinois. Mr. Mehl is survived by his children Kristi Roman (David) of Overland Park, Kansas and Clay Mehl of Springfield, Missouri; grandchildren Ava and D.J. Roman of Overland Park, Kansas and Ashley Mehl of Springfield, Missouri; brother, Wendell Mehl of Olney, Illinois; sisters, June McKenna (Tim) of Mattoon, Illinois and Leona Czwerwonka of Tuscola, Illinois; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; two infant children; brother, Don Mehl; sister, Carol Koester and brother-in-law, Don Czerwonka. Memorials are suggested to Unleashed Pet Rescue in Mission, Kansas to support his granddaughter's passion for dogs. Donations can be made at https://www.unleashedrescue.com/donate/. Per David's request, he will be cremated. Visitation and Memorial Services will be held at Swengel-O'Dell Funeral Home in Neoga, Illinois, with visitation at 9:00 and services starting at 10:00a.m. on Friday, February 23, 2024. Burial will be in the Swedish Lutheran Cemetery in Big Spring Township Shelby County, Illinois immediately following services. Online condolences may be expressed at www.swengel-odell.com. To to the family or in memory of DAVID A. "GEORGE" MEHL, please

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Louis (Lou) E. Scott

Nov 14, 1944 - Feb 01, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

"Louis (Lou) E. Scott, 79, of Overland Park, Kansas passed away on February 1, 2024. He was with his loving wife of 21 years and family members at the time of his passing. His family was most important to him, and he loved them deeply. His children grew up in DeSoto, KS and provided some of his favorite memories. He was a volunteer there, helping keep his community safe from fire and providing care and transport by ambulance for the surrounding area. Lou was also a small business owner. He owned and operated a home inspection business, ABC Inspection, in and around the Kansas City area for over 15 years. Completing inspections for homeowners and businesses was his true life\u0027s work. He loved providing his customers with detailed reports and showing how thorough inspections really matter when you’re buying a home. At his day job he worked in the maintenance department at the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant, and did similar work at Danisco, where he and his wife Shirley first met. Lou was an avid beekeeper. He kept hives in their backyard for a number of years and was a member of the Northeast Kansas Beekeepers Association, where shared knowledge of beekeeping was discussed amongst other members. Lou could more often than not be found tending to his bees, especially in the summer months. The reward was being able to give honey as a gift, which made him happy. He was a lover of all things DIY around the house. From replacing aged windows to installing flooring, Lou enjoyed working with his wife Shirley on their home. When he and Shirley were married, they joked that they should have had their ceremony at the Home Depot. Lou loved to explore and travel. He also loved to share his travels with others. One of his most memorable trips was to Mayaysia to visit his daughter Ginny and her husband in 2009. Being a certified scuba diver, he spent a good part of this trip diving with her. While there, he was also able to take a very special dive with a guide in an area famous for diverse marine habitats in turquoise waters. This was off the coast of Sabah, Malaysia, near the island of Sipadan. Stories of his dive in this particular area were among his favorites to share with family and friends, as the area is well known for the huge Ligitan reef system. Volunteering with the University of Kansas Paleontology Department was a point of pride for Lou. He went on dinosaur digs in several northern and western states. He was always pleased with the contributions his donated time made to the University. Lou was happiest when he could take walks in the woods or go canoeing on the river, where he found some amazing things. He was always excited to share the stories behind the meteorites, fossils, and Native American Indian items he found on these frequent excursions. His children grew up loving the outdoors, because of his guidance. Lou is preceded in death by his daughter (Virginia (Ginny) Park), his brother (Bill Scott), and sister (Julia Shaffer). He is survived by his wife (Shirley McCann), brother (Paul Scott), daughter (Candace (Candy) Drost), daughter (Kimberly (Kim) Scott), son (Christopher (Chris) Scott), stepdaughter (Mandi Thacker), stepson (Scott Swank), three sons-in-law, a daughter-in-law, and numerous grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. We will definitely miss his smile, his laugh, and, of course, his stories. Rest in peace Lou. A private service for the family will be held on Saturday, February 17, 2024, at Maple Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, KS. In lieu of flowers and plants please consider a donation in Lou’s name to the American Stroke Foundation, https://americanstroke.org/donate/ in support of stroke survivors and their caregivers."

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Sheryl Rose Carter

Mar 21, 1959 - Jan 27, 2024

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Overland Park, KS

"Sheryl Rose Carter, 64, a beloved resident of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away on January 27, 2024. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 21, 1959, Sheryl\u0027s life was a tapestry of love and resilience. Sheryl is now reunited in eternity with her late husband, Charles D. Carter, her daughter, Shalite Yoakum, and her brother, Charles Hatcher. Despite the deep sorrow of their loss, Sheryl\u0027s enduring spirit lives on in the hearts of those she leaves behind. She is survived by her daughter, Summer Whisenant, and son, Robert \u0026quot;Bobby\u0026quot; Whisenant. Sheryl\u0027s legacy extends to her cherished grandchildren: Devyn, Maliha, Brooklynn, Zoe, Katelyn, Drea, Blaze, and Dallie. She was also blessed with great-grandchildren Westyn, Mahlani, and Delaney, who brought immense joy to her life. They are who she lived for. In the tapestry of Sheryl\u0027s life, her sisters, Della Kinsley, Brenda Anderson, and Wanda Williams White, were integral threads, weaving together moments of laughter, support, and shared memories. The family extends their heartfelt gratitude for the outpouring of support during this difficult time. Sheryl will be dearly missed but forever remembered as a beacon of love and strength. There will be a visitation on Wednesday, February 7, 2024 from 1 - 2 PM, with a funeral service starting at 2 PM all at Maple Hill Funeral Home."

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