Sims, Connie Lee
Sims, Connie Lee
November 26, 1946 — September 21, 2020
Connie Lee Sims, 73, of Harrisonville, Mo., passed away Monday, September 21, 2020, in Lee’s Summit, Mo. Public welcomed visitation will be from 9-10 AM, Saturday, September 26, at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, Mo. 64138. Memorial services will be semi-private (due to occupancy restrictions of not more than 30 people). Flowers are welcome; donations going to St. Jude Children's Hospital.
Connie was born Tuesday, November 26, 1946, to Evelyn Lucille (Moore) and Allan Richard Tubbs, in Kansas City, Missouri. She was a receptionist for a doctor's office until her retirement in 2006.
Connie is preceded in death by her late husband Donald E. Sims, Sr. and brother Larry Tubbs (1991). She is survived by her sister Alice Ballard and husband Greg, and brother Joe Tubbs; daughter Treava Lancaster and husband Dennis--their children: Bobby, Scott, Ali, Trevor and Mandy Busentiz and husband Brian—their children Darius and Layton; Mendy Tate and husband Johnathan—their children Adilaide, Emerie and April; Connie’s son Robert Wood and fiancé Ashley Young--his daughters: Crystal Nelson and Brittany Sweeney; Connie’s son William Wood Jr. and wife Yvonne--their children Miranda Taylor (TJ), William Wood III (Kayla) and their son Cameron, Delana Wood and her daughter Victoria, and Joshua Wood. Connie also leaves behind her stepchildren: Donnie Sims and wife Becky—their children Dustin, Dawnson, Kaylee and Braylen; Tony Boysen and Susan Sims. Connie also leaves behind step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Patricia Bell (Mark) and daughter Ra’Becca Bell; Angela and Noni Sims; Marlene and Marty Steinmetz; Trisha, Brett and Porter Bealnear; Katrina, Justin, Joel and Aly Huckaby; and Melissa and Kinzlee Long.
Public welcomed visitation will be from 9-10 AM, Saturday, September 26, at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, Mo. 64138. Memorial services will be semi-private (due to occupancy restrictions of not more than 30 people).
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.