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Harmon, Frank Anthony

Harmon, Frank Anthony

May 15, 1935 — December 13, 2020

Frank Anthony Harmon, 85, of the Kansas City Northland, went to be with his Savior on December 13, 2020, at Liberty Hospital, with his wife of 62 years at his side.

Frank was born May 15, 1935, in Urbana, MO, one of 12 children of George Olen and Mary Mae (Taylor) Harmon. He served in the US Army from 1955 until honorable discharge in 1958. Frank was united in marriage to Evelyn Jane Henderson on September 26, 1958.

Frank was a longtime member of the Pipefitters' Local 533 and retired from Metro Air Conditioning after 25 years of employment. Frank was a member of Eagle Heights Baptist Church, where he faithfully served as a Deacon, Sunday School teacher, and in many other roles.

Along with his parents, Frank was preceded in death by eight siblings. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn; daughters, Karen Hammer (Jerry) and Nancy Grove (Mike); grandchildren, Justin Hammer (Alex), John Grove (Amber), Jeff Hammer, Kelly Cuthrell (Dan), Kaitlyn Rush (Dan) and Stephen Grove; great grandchildren, Sophia, Levi, Claire, Amelia, Lexi and Jackson; siblings, Patsy Bley, Myra Graham (Ewing) and Jack Harmon (Marilyn); as well as many nieces, nephews other family members and friends.

Visitation will be held from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm, on Saturday, December 19, at Eagle Heights Baptist Church, 5600 North Brighton Avenue, Kansas City, MO. Burial will be Monday, December 21, at White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Gladstone. Memorials are suggested to Eagle Heights Christian School.

Service Information

Visitation will be held from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm, on Saturday, December 19, at Eagle Heights Baptist Church, 5600 North Brighton Avenue, Kansas City, MO. Burial will be Monday, December 21, at White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Gladstone. Memorials are suggested to Eagle Heights Christian School.

Harmon, Frank Anthony's Guestbook

We just found out yesterday about Frank's passing. We are still in shock and cannot believe it. Frank is a man we came to love not only as our person to call to service our HVAC but as a friend. He was so trustworthy and always there for us. There will never be another man like him. RIP Frank. Our prayers are with your loving family.

Lisa & Jim Fariss

I am 5 years younger than my big brother, Frank. I was included with his friends, when they went exploring the woods, streams and all Urbana. Never once did he discourage me from tagging along. Frank bought a new car and he allowed me to borrow..not just drive it. Can you imagine a 16 year old getting to borrow his brother’s brand new car? Frank was the BEST brother. Love that he was a great example for a younger brother to emulate including his walk with God. Miss you brother...but it won’t be long and we will see you again in heaven.. glorifying our Saviour, Jesus.

Jack Harmon

Frank was a man that my dad (Ray Small) spoke highly of. My father was so impressed with Frank's relationship with Christ. Frank was always willing to help me when I started in the trade. Thanks for sharing him with my family. Kevin Small

Kevin Small

I’m sorry to hear about the passing of Frank. He work for Metro Air Conditioning almost from the beginning and his contribution was extremely instrumental in the success and growth of the company. Beyond being a valuable part of the company he was a great friend and will be missed by many. May he Rest In Peace Mike Mealy

Frank Harmon

If you were lucky enough to have known my Uncle Frank, you may not have realized it at the time, but you were in the presence of a great man. Me and my brother Gary are so very thankful and blessed to have had the opportunity to be touched by his love. Our hearts will forever long for the day when we meet him again with our Saviour.

Tommie HendersonT

So sorry for the loss of such a good man, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather and friend. I first met Frank in 1982. He was the lead technician at Metro Air. Frank was respected by all who met him as a technician, but also as just a good person. He mentored all the new incoming techs. I was so grateful he stayed at Metro Air until his retirement. Just a great guy. He will be missed.

Joe Bret

Frank was a an outstanding employee at Metro Air Conditioning. He set set a high benchmark for others and was a mentor to many. Frank was a great representative for our company in every way imaginable. He will be remembered for ever.

Bob Choun

WE ARE SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS HERE ON EARTH. HEAVEN LOOKS BETTER EVERY DAY. WE PRAISE THE LORD FOR FRANK'S LIFE AND ALL HE DID FOR OTHERS, HE WAS A TRUE SERVANT FOR THE LORD. SO VERY SORRY WE CAN NOT BE THERE FOR THE SERVICE. MAY THE LORD FEEL VERY CLOSE AROUND YOU ON SATURDAY AND THE MONTHS TO COME. GOD NEVER LEAVES US NOR FORSAKES US -- HEBREWS 13:5 MUCH LOVE TO ALL Jerry & Marge : )

henderson

May peace be with you. I loved my Aunt Frank alot and enjoyed his visits in FL and stopping by on his service routes just checking when I lived alone at the lake. Always lives in our hearts.

Janice Ure

We are very sorry to hear about Frank's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time.

Stan and Barbara Stratton, Melody Cowdrey

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