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Claud Poynor, 76, of Kansas City, Missouri passed away November 11, 2022, at Research Medical Center of respiratory failure.
A Military Graveside Service for Claud will be held Friday May 12, 2023, at 3:00 PM at Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Higginsville, MO.
Mr. Poynor was born on April 21, 1946, in Decatur, Texas. Claud was a Vietnam Veteran and retired from U.P. Railroad as an engineer. He always wore a Chiefs, Royals or a KU Basketball hat. We will miss him, his sweet smile and his bear hugs. We love you Claud, now and forever.
Claud is survived by his loving wife (Mary) of 45 years, his daughter Brandi (Jeff) and his son Brian, stepson David (Linda), stepdaughter Debbie (Mike), six grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, two sisters Linda (Lynn) and Melanie (Ron), his beloved dog Sami and many other loving friends and family.
John 3:16 New International Version: For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.
Kianna McLain says
We all miss you sooo very much. You were one of a kind. We love you! Love, Kianna, Dalton, Carter, Easton, Michael and Denver
Jamie Rees says
Miss now now and forever Grandpa – not a day goes by I don’t think of you and all the love you gave to us. You will always live on in our hearts. Love you to pieces . Love you- Jamie Dustin, Brayden, Brynlee and McKenna
I miss you grandpa so much. Especially our little car talks and your hand squeezes. Nobody’s hand squeezes or bear hugs were like yours. I miss them everyday . It’s easy to notice the impact on the family and how much you touched and helped everybody… Now that your gone it’s easier to notice how different things are. There still so much that still lingers of you… I feel you with me but your absence of your true presence is definitely one that I can’t ever forget. It wraps me like the hugs you gave… Even though your smell fades your things slowly get packed away or shared between the family … You’ll always be here in a different way… I just wish it was the way we all wanted … I love you now and always .
Josh Rees says
The one person I could always count on no matter what kind of predicament I got myself into..
Your kindness, compassion, and patience are unmatched in todays society. We love you and miss you so much Grandpa!!! Our lives will never be the same without you. You truly were the epitome of selflessness; If I’m half the man you were I’ll be doing something right..
Love, Josh, Shawna, and Isabel Rees.
Dorothy McGregor says
You had a smile for everyone and you never meet a stranger. You had a loving heart and we’re always there if someone needed help. I was proud to call you my brother. Till we meet again.
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