Leo Paul Thurman

Leo Paul Thurman, 91, of Overland Park, KS, passed away on July 2, 2019. He was born on June 3, 1928, in Coin, Iowa, to Glen and Mabel Thurman.

Leo is preceded in death by his wife, Mary Ann Thurman; sister, Darlene Buszzard; grandson, Zachary Farr. He is survived by  children, Terry (Elizabeth) Thurman, Pamela (Jeffrey) Farr, Kimberly Hendricks; brother, Robert Thurman; grandchildren, Mark (Krista) Farr, Michael (Annie) Farr, J.P. (Jessica) Thurman, Jason Thurman, Alycia (Trey) Johnson, Camille (Thomas) Senseman, Natalie Hendricks, Brandon Hendricks; great-grandchildren, Lily Farr, Alex Thurman, Jase Thurman, Rylee Farr, Andrew Talley, Samuel Farr, Braxton Farr, Addisyn Farr, and Amelia Johnson.

 

Services

A visitation will be held on Tuesday from 9-10:00 a.m. at Cure of Ars Catholic Church, followed by a rosary and funeral mass starting at 10 a.m.  Burial at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Raytown, MO.

Contributions

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association Heart of America Chapter 3846 W. 75th Street Prairie Village, KS 66208.


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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Wednesday, Jul. 3rd 2019 | 5 Comments »

5 Comments on “Leo Paul Thurman”

  1. Jim Farrell Says:

    Hello Pam and Family…….Leo was an original!!!! I always enjoyed seeing him. He and I had some some pretty heated discussions about deliveries when he was back in Admin, but we always worked through them!!!! He was always in good humor and yet, always had a hint of sarcasm when he talked with you. I am glad that he is in a better place!!!!!!
    My prayers are with you and all the Family, take care, Jim

  2. Bob Wolf/ Xerox CorpX Says:

    Condolences to Leo’s family. He was always fun to be around, unless you screwed something up. lol
    He was a great guy and great to work with. I always enjoyed working with him.

    I am sure many people will miss him greatly.

    Bob Wolf

  3. Cynthia Wendt Says:

    For the last few years, Leo was on my Meals on Wheels Tuesday delivery route. I always enjoyed seeing Leo and his faithful dog Molly, and will miss him being part of my Tuesday mornings. I can tell he had a loving and supportive family, and wish you all the best.

  4. Cynthia Sdano Says:

    I was so sorry to hear of Leo’s death. I was out of town last week and missed seeing his obituary in the paper when I got back. I thought of him on Monday when I was delivering Meals on Wheels in his neighborhood. He was off of my list for a few weeks, and I suspected that something was wrong. Then, I got the email with the invitation to attend his service, when I got home. Unfortunately, I could not attend. However, he and the family have been in my prayers ever since I heard the news.
    I will always remember Leo and how Molly would greet me at the door every Monday. I will also remember Leo’s grandson, who was so cheerful and thankful for the delivery.
    I’m happy I got the chance to meet Leo, Molly, and Leo’s grandson.

    Cynthia Sdano
    Monday Meals on Wheels Volunteer

  5. Christen Martiny Says:

    I just found out your father passed away. My favorite memory was him giving Camille money when we were taking the girls to a movie. He said “Now you use this to buy everybody some treats.” Big smile on his face. This is never an easy time. Blessings to all of you.

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