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Carver, Billy Ray

Carver, Billy Ray

April 10, 1952 — November 10, 2019

Billy Ray Carver, 67, of Independence Mo passed away on November 10, 2019 at CenterPoint Hospital. He was born on April 10,1952 to Willard and Kathryn Carver. Bill worked most of his life as a heavy equipment operator. He took great pride and ownership in all that he did and was always ready to help anyone in need. He was a proud member of VFW Post 3976 Auxiliary.

Bill is survived by a sister, nieces, uncle, aunt and cousins. He also leaves behind many friends who will hold his memory in their heart. A Celebration of Life will be held on November 24, 2019 at Sugar Creek MO VFW Post 3976 beginning at 2PM.  Donations can be made in Bill's memory to VFW Post 3976.

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A Celebration of Life will be held on November 24, 2019 at Sugar Creek MO VFW Post 3976 beginning at 2PM.

Carver, Billy Ray's Guestbook

Just saw where you left us, I was so glad to of known you. You were a lot of fun. Loved the monster truck shows.See ya later big guy.

Annette Ramsey

Billy R, I have loved you since I was six years old. Death will not change that. See you on the other side.

NellieBeth Sandefur

One great kind man. Will miss you Bill

Joseph Wright

I had the honor to work with Bill many years ago. I miss those early days at USA, because of people like Bill. He was a friend, and will be missed.

Scott Pine

A great employee & friend of the Taurus Monster Truck. We will miss you.

Jack Willman & family

I feel horrible that we haven’t stayed in touch all these years. My children have very fond memories of you. You gave them tickets to their first monster truck show.

Rosie Bartels

Very sorry to hear of Tiny Cowboy’s passing. We shared a lot of great times and memories especially during the State Fair Fire Department operations, that I will always cherish. You definitely left your mark and you will be missed my friend. Not many of us left from the great outhouse race! R.I.P.

Larry Pratt

Good friends are hard to find, Bill was a good friend. Will be missed. R.I.P.

Fuzzy Lee Mullinix

I can't put into words, how much iam going to miss you. Thank you for being such a good friend. I know those big wings of yours will be watching over all of us. R.I.P.

Pamela Johnson

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