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Harold M. (Butch) Shaw Jr. of Kansas City, MO, went home to his Lord and savior on August 25, 2013 at the age of 70. He was born Oct 13, 1942 in Kansas City and grew up in Independence. He graduated from Van Horn High School in 1961. He was an Eagle Scout and belonged to the Tribe of The Mic-O-say. He worked as a commercial printer out of the printers union for many years. He was an active member of his church, The Sheffield Family Life Center and worked there as a custodian for ten years until his retirement in 2011. He was preceded in death by his father, Harold Milton Shaw Sr. He was a loving son, husband, brother, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He leaves his wife, Mary J. Shaw and son David M. Shaw of the home, his daughter, Kristina L. Frye of Kansas City, his mother Belle Shaw of Raytown, MO., his brother Dale Shaw of Independence, his sister, Connie L. Van Fleet of St Louis, MO., his two granddaughters, Kaycee and Katelyn and one grandson, Andrew. The family wishes to extend their heartfelt thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the St. Luke’s Neurological Center, BeHead Strong Organization and St Luke’s Hospice of Kansas City. In lieu of flowers the family suggest contributions to any of these great care organizations and providers. Services will be held at the Sheffield Family Life Center, 5700 Winner Rd. Kansas City, MO, on Thursday August 29th with visitation from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM and the service from 11:00 – 12:00 PM. (Arr. Heartland Cremation 816-313-1677)
Larry Parkes says
Butch was my best friend during our senior year at Van Horn. We lost touch over the years as I moved from place to place but I will always remember him as a true friend. I mourn the loss but I know, as you know, that the loss is only temporary. He’s in heaven waiting for the glorious reunion that is coming one day soon.
Williams family says
Condolences to the Shaw family. May Jehovah the “God of Comfort” bring you comfort and peace at this difficult time (2 Corinthians 1:3 & 4). Your family are in our prayers.