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Staley, Latricia “Treasa” Ann (Brents)

Staley, Latricia “Treasa” Ann (Brents)

March 29, 1942 — January 19, 2022

Latricia “Treasa” Ann (Brents) Staley, age 79, of Kansas City, MO passed away peacefully on January 19, 2022 from pneumonia. Treasa was born on March 29, 1942 in Kansas City and graduated from East High School in 1960. She was married to her husband, Richard Staley, for 60 years. She enjoyed working a few part-time jobs early in their marriage, but loved nothing more than staying home to be a devoted wife and mother. She started working as a Real Estate agent and partnered with Rich as Team Staley. She excelled in finding the perfect home for each person she worked with. She was known for investing in her family at every opportunity and demonstrated this by orchestrating family meals, spoiling her grandchildren, and accompanying Rich on many excursions. She was her family’s biggest supporter, a model mother-in-law, best friend, partner-in-crime, unconditionally caring, relationally deep, a night owl, and always willing to listen.

Treasa is survived by her husband, Richard Staley, of Kansas City, her son, Terry Staley and his wife, Beth, of Lee’s Summit; four grandchildren, Joshua Staley and his wife, Michelle, of Columbus, OH, Jessica List and her husband, Jordan, Jameson Staley, and Jackson Staley, of Lee’s Summit, MO; and two great-grandchildren, Levi List and Aslan Staley.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Arthur (1998) and Viola (2006) Brents; her brother, Larry Brents (1999); and her son, Randy Staley (2000).

The visitation will be held at Red Bridge Baptist Church on January 29, 2022 at 10:00 AM, with a service immediately following at 11:00 AM.

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The visitation will be held at Red Bridge Baptist Church on January 29, 2022 at 10:00 AM, with a service immediately following at 11:00 AM.

Staley, Latricia “Treasa” Ann (Brents)'s Guestbook

Prayers of peace to the family as you adjust to the absence of Tresa physical presence in your life. Know that she lives on in the hearts and minds of all who knew her

Karen Bridenstine

Richard, We were surprised and saddened to hear of the loss and homegoing of Treasa. Our deepest condolences and most heartfelt sympathy to you and family. Your Neighbors Charles & Florence Cruise

Florence M Cruise

Sweet Treasa my life is better for knowing you. You have fought a good fight, and finished your course. You have kept the faith. Good bye is not the end.

Debra Woolworth

Treasa; RIP dear friend. You will Forever live on in the hearts and minds of all who knew you . Peace to your family as they adjust to the absence of your physical presence in their life’s

Karen Bridenstine

Words cannot express how heartbroken we are. We moved to KC in 1993 and lived there 8 years. God sent Treasa to me. She was an Angel in disguise and I thank God for what she meant to me and always will. Rich and Treasa are so special to us. Rich found us our beautiful home that we so enjoyed, but of course with Treasa as his team mate. What sweet memories we have of Osage Beach and our times there! Sweet members of our SS class at Raytown Baptist Church. Sad members sitting in your den grieving over Randy, but knowing God to was there. Rich, God will give you that peace that the world can’t understand. You have so much to offer others. Honor that precious wife by living and doing that. We love you so much. Gerald and Carolyn Lawrence Brandon, Ms

Carolyn and Gerald Lawrence

Go rest high on that mountain Teresa. You were an Angel here on Earth and your mom and Dad, brother and son will be there to greet you with open arm's. You and Aunt Sophie left the same week so there must be a party with all your Aunt's and Uncle waiting to dance the Polka with you again. Your beautiful soul will live forever in our Lord and Savior's house. God bless the one's you left behind because I know they will always miss your smile and laughter. There are a lot of East High Bears welcoming you home!! Tom and Jacki Bornaman

Tom Bornaman

Treasa was my 2nd cousin, my Mother and her were close growing up. I’ll remember Treasa for her wonderful laugh and devotion to her children, grandchildren and parents. She took good care of her parents later in their lives and especially her Mother, Viola (Aunt Lala), who was such a strong woman herself and a real full time job! Teresa inherited a giving and loving nature from her parents and passed those qualities down to her children. She’s with Randy now and that gives me comfort, I know they missed one another. Your living legacies are going to continue to make you proud and we’ll all carry you forever in our hearts. You’ll be sorely missed Teresa, we’ll see you in the stars! My deepest and most heartfelt condolences and love to Rich, Terry and Beth and all the kids.

Jenny Meier

RIP. our friend you are missed so much already.

Dave and Pam Ireland

Treasa was a beautiful person, inside and out, always there to help others. We were happy we inherited her too, when our daughter married her son.

Orin and Sally Carney

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