William Ray Loman, II

William Ray Loman, II, 56, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, passed away May 10, 2024. Services are pending.

William was on June 25, 1967, in Kansas City, Missouri to William Sr., and Jenny Loman. He graduated from Raytown High School in 1985, then continued on to graduate from University of Kansas in 1990.

Preceding him in death are his parents.  William is survived by his wife Anna McIntyre; son Dillon Petschel and wife Brittney; daughter Carly Petschel; stepson Timothy McIntyre; stepdaughter Tiffany McIntyre; grandchildren Gage, Chase, Noah and River; step grandchildren Gavin Page, Julieana Sharp, Donovan and Dominic Burton, Keighan and Kaiyson McIntyre and Rylynn Harrelson; brother Mike Loman and wife Sally; niece and nephew Mike and Cherelle; and stepmother Nancy Loman.

He was a proud Marine veteran and saw duty during Desert Storm. A loving husband, a doting dad and a smitten grandpa! A friend to many and a stranger to none! With every beat of his heart, he exuded kindness, compassion, and love. He will forever be missed, but never forgotten! We carry him in our hearts, as he carried us in his. From his beautiful wife he called “Sweetness”, to the pride he called his children, and the apples of his eye, his grandchildren. The stories he told and the advice he gave, will resonate forever, and his legend will live on in our memories.


  1. Olga Lopez on May 21, 2024 at 9:30 am

    Bill was my sisters committed partner.
    They had a commitment ceremony recently to bond their nearly twenty years of life together. Bill placed family values in high regards. His sudden passing is a loss to his family, especially to Anna and Bella his dog. May he rest in peace.

  2. Mary mckern on May 21, 2024 at 9:45 am

    I knew bill a long time , he was with my sister Anna for 19 years .we recently went to a graduation for my grandson graduation in ft Leonard mo , he was a proud marine,like my husband Jerry was in the Air Force . I will miss him alot, see you in heaven bill.

  3. Joey Garcia on May 21, 2024 at 10:17 am

    It was great knowing Bill, He had great energy and fun to talk to. My thoughts and prayers go to my Aunt Anna and his family. He will be greatly missed.

  4. Victoria Phillips on May 22, 2024 at 10:49 am

    Bill was an amazing person. He was my Mentor/ Boss, and he taught me alot of life lessons. He was a huge inspiration to me. He will be misses.

  5. Nancy Loman on May 22, 2024 at 12:43 pm

    My heart breaks for Anna and everyone who knew and loved Bill. Thank you Anna for being such a wonderful partner for Bill, I know he loved you very much.

  6. Gentry on May 26, 2024 at 10:09 am

    Bill was my neighbor! One of the kindest humans I have ever known. I’m so thankful I was able to see Bill and Anna briefly in April! Bill was the kindest hearted person and a watchdog of of a neighbor. Pretty sure he didn’t know a single stranger! I cherish my memories of time spent with Bill and Anna! Wonderful friends!! They had the sweetest relationship and love for their family and Bella! My deepest condolences. ❤️

  7. Kelly ( kmac) on June 2, 2024 at 1:22 pm

    Bill was a great boss. He taught me some valuable lessons at work and taught me how to be a manager. I still remember the stuff he said to me. I I’ll never forget him. His birthday was the day before mine and he was definitely a proud marine as I am a proud army soldier. Semper Fi Bill.

  8. Ashlyn Messer on June 2, 2024 at 1:34 pm

    Bill was my first ever manager and he taught me so many lessons and shaped me as the person I am today. I will never forget his nickname for me ‘Red’. He had such a goofy personality and could always put a smile on my face. You will be missed Bill.

  9. Robert Boyles, Sr. on June 7, 2024 at 12:31 pm

    Bill was a great friend and fellow Desert Storm Marine veteran, we served together and built a lot of memories over the years, He always positive and uplifting spirit. A Marine I would been honored to serve with, and for, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME! Semper Fi, LOMAN!

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