Saysavat “Noy” Bounyadeth

Saysavat “Noy” Bounyadeth, 43, of Lenexa, KS, passed away on October 5, 2019. He was born on November 21, 1975, in Vientiane, Laos.

Noy is survived by his parents, Simone and Phouthong Bounyadeth; siblings, Phonethip Bounyadeth, Phonethep Bounyadeth, Sonephet Bounyadeth, Sayphin Hansen, Vongphet Bounyadeth, Anousack Bounyadeth, and Amanda Bounyadeth; six nieces and one nephew.

He graduated from Shawnee Mission West HS in 1995 and then went on to earn a degree from Lincoln Culinary Institute in Columbia, Maryland.

Noy was known to have the biggest heart in the world. He always gave his all to anyone that was in need. Noy always enjoyed doing things for his family. He truly enjoyed cooking for his family and always dreamed of one day becoming a chef. Noy found great pleasure in watching other enjoy his cooking. He always brought an enormous amount of love and joy in the hearts of all his family and friends. The loss of Noy will leave a deep emptiness that will never be filled.

Services

A funeral service will be held at Amos Family Funeral Home on Sunday at 12 pm. Burial at Lenexa City Cemetery.

 


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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Monday, Oct. 14th 2019 | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Saysavat “Noy” Bounyadeth”

  1. Chiquita Hudson Says:

    Mr. Stephen/Mrs. Sayphin Hansen & Family,
    The Directorate of Correctional Programs and Staff are so sorry for the loss of your love one. We want you and your family to know that we are here for you and if you need anything, please don’t hesitate to ask.

  2. Ali Vincent Says:

    I went to elementary school with Noy and I just happened to see his obituary today. I wasn’t necessarily a close friend to him or to anyone. I was very shy then. But he had an impact in my life because let’s face it, Shawnee used to be a less colorful community and he was one of just a few Asian American immigrants In my school. To this day I could spell his last name and I specifically remember him patiently telling me how to spell it. To this day I also know exactly where Laos is… Because he showed me on the map. He was quiet and reserved as a kid. I have no clue where life took him. 40 years is a lot of time for the ups and downs of life. But I appreciate having known him for even a small bit of time. I’m sorry to hear about his passing and I genuinely hope he is at peace now.

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