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Gary E. Fleeman, 63, Lee’s Summit, MO passed away October 3, 2008. Visitation will be held 1-2 PM, Wednesday, October 8, 2008 at Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd, Raytown, MO. Funeral services will follow at 2 PM at the funeral home. Burial in Lee’s Summit Cemetery.
Gary was born to Ernest "Pete" & Flossie (Chism) Fleeman on November 3, 1944 in Fairplay, MO. He attended Central Missouri State University. Gary was a Chemistry Supervisor at Truman Med Center Lakewood for 36 years until his retirement in 2005. He was a member of Spring Valley Baptist Church.
Suvivors include; wife, Mary Fleeman, of the home; first wife, Geneva Ann; daughters & sons in law, Tina & Troy Brown, Sedalia, MO, Christy & Kyle Jarnagin, Independence, MO; sisters, Velma Lea Vance, Aldrich, MO, Velda Dean Courtney, Springfield, MO; brothers, Kyle Fleeman, Fairplay, MO, Darell Fleeman, Branson, MO; seven grandchildren, and one great granchild. (arr. Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, 816-313-1677)
Jena Williamson says
My thoughts are with Mary and all their family during such an emotional time. I wish you all the strength in the world Mary. Your family at Truman is here for anything you and your family needs.
Wendy King says
My thoughts are with you and your families.
Nicolle Petty says
I am truly sorry for your loss. Gary was such a beautiful person, and will be sadly missed.My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
William DePond says
Gary was a teacher, colleague and friend.
Gary lives on through all of us whose lives were bettered by his teachings, care, and concern.
He will be missed.
Belinda Gough says
Mary, We are thinking about you and wish you inner peace Gary would want you to be happy, he is in a better place and healthy now. God bless you and we are here for you as always for anything you might need. We Love you.
Denise kerr says
Daughters be strong and know that your Dad was very, very proud of you and his grandchildren. He love you so very much. Keep always your sweet memories tucked tight into your heart and may God bless you and strengthen your hearts.
Uncle Gary, I will miss you forever! My thoughts of you are always sweet, kind and gentle. A ready smile, tender touch. A wonderful soul. I will Love you forever, Your Niece Denise
Linda Denny says
Tina & Christy, We loved your Dad so much! He was a wonderful, kind, and gentle man. We have such happy memories of our Uncle, singing with him and his playing the guitar for us. He could always make us laugh. Be proud that he was your father and know how proud he was of you. Love, to you both, your cousin Linda
Glenda Taylor says
I have many fond memories of Uncle Gary. From the time he stayed with us on the Penrod farm to the time in Eudora. I’ll never hear “Louie, Lou-i” without thinking of Gary’s great guitar playing. We had a lot of fun with music with Gary.
I am so glad to hear from the many friends and relatives that my Dad touched through the years. Being able to share memories and hear some that I never had means so much. We have all been blessed to have known him. Daddy, I love you and miss you so much. I will always do my best to make you proud.Love ya, Christy.
Tina Brown says
I would like to thank everyone who has been supportive to our families during this time of need. Daddy was very proud and never wished to be a burden to anyone, especially me and Christy. This time has been especially hard for us because it seems we didn’t have enough of our lives to share with Daddy. Daddy, whip Pa Pete in checkers just once for me, okay?! Love you, Tina