Donald Wayne Cline

Donald Wayne Cline, 79 of Kansas City, Missouri went home to be with the Lord on September 30, 2017. Donald was born in Buffalo, Missouri on June 7, 1938.
Donald was preceded in death by his Parents Asa and Elsie Cline and his Wife Cherri E. Cline.
He was also preceded in death by his Siblings, Riley, Ruby, Nova, Naomi, Paul, Dorothy, Edith and David.
He is survived by his brother Kenneth R. Cline, his Daughters and Spouses, John and Starla Miller, Vincent and Dana Circello and his son, Danny Cline and his sweet Furry Friend, Domino whom he loved very much.
Donald has 5 Grandchildren, 2 Step Grandchildren and 8 Great Grandchildren.
Donald was a loving Husband, Dad and Family Man and who gave generously to others in need. He fought a long and courageous battle of cancer but he had faith until the end knowing God would heal him.
Donald Served in the Army for 10 years. He was a good provider for his family and worked hard while making a living having his own Lawn Care Business.
He will be remembered for his sense of humor, he would find a friend wherever he went, He was a loyal Royals fan since the 80’s. He spent many days at the Don Bosco Center where he enjoyed playing pool with friends. He enjoyed writing Songs and had written over 100 Poems. His passion was singing for the Lord at churches and events accompanied by his wife Cherri on the piano or organ.
God was always the center of his life and thats what he instilled into his family. Dad was loved very much and will be missed.

A Celebration of Life and Memorial Honor Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. October 11, 2017 at Missouri Veterans Military Cemetery at 20109 Business Hwy 13 Higginsville, Mo 64037. Michael Circello will be officiating.


  1. Dana Circello on October 5, 2017 at 2:52 pm

    To my Sis Starla, I loved Dad and I’m sad that he had to leave us but happy that He is no longer in pain and not suffering! I will miss him very much, his humor, his jokes, his poems which he loved to read to us and just laughing with him. He had some really good years and very thankful for that! I know one thing is that when he saw Jesus He probably would have said; Why didn’t I come sooner? He probably saw Mom and she said: What took you so long dad? They are probably singing and having a wonderful time together again! We shall see both of them again! Love you!

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