Michael (Mike) Allen Jennings

Michael (Mike) Allen Jennings, 68, of Kansas City, MO, was born on October 4, 1955 and passed away on February 20, 2024. Mike was a member of Concrete Masons and Plasterers Local Union 518 and was known to be one of the best concrete finishers in this area. Mike loved a cold beer and enjoyed working with concrete, watching Yellowstone and watching UFC fights.

Mike is survived by his wife Nancy Jennings of the home, and his children Harmony (Jeff) Harts, Shane (Tiana) Jennings and Merabeth Goff and his 9 grandchildren, Presli, Peyton, Tate, Paige, Harper, Jayden, Kacen, Kadence and Kamper.

Mike is also survived by his sisters Lori Fry and Anita Jennings and brothers Steve (Kim) Jennings, Danny Jennings and Dave Abernathy plus numerous relatives and friends to mourn his passing.

Mike was preceded in death by his father John Jennings, Sr., mother Anita Jennings and his brother John Jennings, Jr.

A celebration of life will be held and announced at a later date.

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  1. Nancy on February 26, 2024 at 9:50 am

    Love you sweetheart,thank you for the 33 years of memories. I’m at peace nothing you are finally at peace and pain free 💗 Till we meet again love you 💓💓



  2. Bob Quasa on February 26, 2024 at 10:26 am

    Nancy, I’m so sorry for your loss. I know what you are going through and I’m here if you need anything.



  3. Janet Carter on February 26, 2024 at 11:24 am

    Karen an I are sending lots of hugs an kisses. Stay strong an one day at a time.



  4. Sharon Arnett and family on February 26, 2024 at 11:30 am

    Mike was loved and will be missed 💔 he fought a long tough fight and he’s no longer in pain. It doesn’t make it easier to accept but we all send hugs and love to you and his family❤️



  5. Harmony (Jennings) Harts on February 26, 2024 at 12:57 pm

    We will miss you dad, I’ll always remember the good times….playing 500 at the top of the hill, throwing the frisbee, horseshoes, and watching numerous sporting events or playing a game of cards (always with a cold beer)! I’ll remember your Green Chili (the best), the way you loved Italian dressing on your salads and your excitement for chocolate chip ice cream at night! I’ll remember how you liked your morning coffee with your cigarette, sitting at the kitchen table; sometimes going over a bid for a side job. I’ll remember how you loved music and the way you would dance and sing if the mood caught you right, lol! I’ll remember how you would talk about a favorite movie, TV show or documentary that you thought we needed to watch. I’ll remember your love for collecting Zippos, t-shirts and hats, and our adventurous trips to the casino (some ending abruptly). But, most of all…I’ll always remember how hard you loved your kids and grandkids. I love you dad and I’ll always remember you!



  6. Gary and Kari Wilson on February 26, 2024 at 1:21 pm

    Our prayers and condolences are with you all. God’s love will guide you



  7. Patti Leatgers on February 26, 2024 at 3:41 pm

    Thinking of you and sending love, Nancy!



  8. David Kirkpatrick OPCMIA 518 on February 27, 2024 at 8:10 am

    I worked with Mike for over twenty five years and have known him longer than that. Mike was truly one of the best at his trade. He made people want to be as good of a Cement Mason as he was. He made being one of the best look easy. You could always count on Mike. Anyone that has ever finished concrete knows that the days can be very long, very long! But Mike was there every day for the longest day. He was always the first to jump in next to you if you were struggling with anything. I know some would say concrete is just rock, sand , Portland, and water, but it reacts differently every day. Mike knew how to read concrete from the beginning to the end and reacted accordingly. Never lost a floor with him. All of us that worked with Mike for so many years, loved seeing him on the job. Mike and so many others I worked with was a legend and many of us are better people for knowing him.
    A life well done my good friend. Till we meet again.



  9. Karen Bark on February 27, 2024 at 9:26 pm

    Nancy my prayers are with you and I thank you for giving me an opportunity to get to know Mike even though it was for a short time. He was very Blessed to have you as all of those lucky enough to know you. Many years of peace and happiness are in store for you my friend. Much deserved! We all love & admire your strength and courage.
    Love, Karen



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