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and a hot temper provoked. He worked for BNSF Railroad and retired after 37 years. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ernest Lee Moore II, and Bertha Clydine Moore; his sister, Sylvia Garrett; his brother, Ernest Lee Moore III; and his son, Ryan Anthony Moore. He leaves to cherish his life and home going, his wife, Nadine Moore of the home; his biological daughter, Melissa Shiggs (Lindsey) of Kansas City, Mo.; a biological granddaughter, Marianna Moore of Chicago Ill.; his sister, Sharon Crowley (Floyd) of Lee’s Summit, Mo.; niece, Teresa Crowley of Kansas City, Mo.; nephew, Kenneth Garrett III (Ashley); and a great nephew, Kenneth Garrett IV, of Lee’s Summit, Mo. He leaves a bonus family of five; Christopher Hill (Gardenia) of Stuttgart, Ark., Maurice Stevens of Houston, Texas., Lloyd A. Stevens of Kansas City, Mo., Kimbrlyn Stevens of Kansas City, Mo., and Kelly Stevens of St. Louis, Mo. He leaves 17 bonus grandchildren; DeVaughn Miller of Kansas City, Mo., Christina Johnson (Andrew) of Kansas City, Mo., Alexandria Stevens of Kansas City, Mo., Melanna Smith of Houston Texas, Maurika Stevens of Gladstone, Mo., Amareah OmJade, Imira, Aleem, Maurice (Jr.) Stevens, Heaven Riley of Houston, Texas, Neal Gaithers of Bourbon Mo., Charisma Jackson of Pine Bluff, Ark., Justin Rogers of Kansas City, Mo., Janice Bruce of Wichita, Kas., Brielle Perry of Houston, Texas and Chrisneisha Hill of Stuttgart, Ark. He will be missed by his family, cousins, a large number of friends, extended family and neighbors. Services will be held on Tuesday, May 9, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Muehlebach Mortuary, Inc., 6800 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo. Interment, Higginsville National cemetery at 2 p.m. William S. Greene III (AKA Sammy G), former Kansas City, Mo., resident died on April 12, 2023, in Kenedy, Texas. He leaves a son, William S. Greene IV; granddaughter, Tamara Demery; greatgrandson, Iyrie Redmeer; sisters: Carol Bond, Vickie McDonald (David), and Gayle Parker; He leaves a host of other relatives; an aunt, IdaMae Hughes; uncle, Bishop Leroy F. Johnson Jr. (Barbara); nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Private Disposition. Vera Ann Brooks –Feagans was born on August 20, 1950, in Houston, Texas to Johnnie and Betty Rose Brooks. Her parents, three brothers, Vernon Ward, Ray Brooks and Wayne Brooks and a sister, Rosa Brooks preceded her in death. She attended school in Houston, Texas. As a teenager, she moved to Kansas City, Kas. This is where she planted roots for her and her siblings. She was later joined in Kansas City by three of her younger siblings (Ray, Wayne, and Diane) She worked as a med surgery nurse before changing careers. She then worked as an engineer at Norelco. She finally found her passion as years went on and obtained a CDL. She loved to drive and encouraged everyone she talked to, to get their CDL. While driving trucks over the road she met the love of her life, Freddie L Feagans. They were married in Las Vegas and traveled the states together until settling again in Kansas City, Kas. They remained married until Fred’s premature death. Mrs. Feagans was a stern but loving woman who always gave sound advice and a smile that could light up any room. She leaves to cherish her loving memory, siblings, Mary Diane Harris (George), Frederick Denise Brooks; a special aunt, Lottie Easely; special friends, Gene and BJ; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends that were like family. Services will take place on Monday, May 8, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., at the Highland Park Funeral home in Kansas City, Kas. Visitation is from 10 to 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Ronald Grubbs Dean died on Tuesday, April 25, 2023. He was born to the loving parents of Thurman and Pauline Dean on September 2, 1948, in Springfield, Mo. Thurman and Pauline raised their children as Baptist and attended the Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist church. He attended Central High school and graduated in 1966, where he was an amazing athlete in basketball, track and field. He then attended Junior college in St. Joseph, Mo. He served in the United States Navy (1968-1971). After returning to Kansas City from Vietnam, he worked several jobs as a correctional officer and bartender. He met the love of his life, who he affectionately called “Ann”, and they were married on July 30, 2000. He was the proud father of “little” Ronald Dean, Nicole, Deborah, and Steven. He stayed up to date on all thing’s politics and sports. Preceding him in death by his mother, (Pauline Grubbs Dean - 1985); father, (Thurman Dean 2006); brothers, Allen Charles Dean, Gregory Thurman Dean, and Gerald Leon Dean. His cherished memories are held by his wife, Theresa Dean; sister, Brenda (Robert) Sylvan; six grandchildren; one great grandchild; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends. Services for Dean will held on Friday, May 5, 2023, at 11 a.m. at the St James United Methodist church. Burial, Forest Hill cemetery. Friends may call from 9:30 a.m. until service time Friday at the church. Thoughtful care and service provided by E. S. Eley & Sons Funeral Chapel, Inc.