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Villines, Dale E.

Villines, Dale E.

March 28, 1959 — September 30, 2018

Dale Eugene Villines was the victim of a homicide on September 30, 2018. A graveside service will be held at 2pm on October 22 at Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to these organization, Everytown for Gun Safety and The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence.

Dale was born in Kansas City, MO. He lived most of his life in Raytown, MO. He attended Raytown South High School. He was the youngest child of Admiral Dewey Villines, Jr. and Patricia Marie Haverty, both deceased. He is also preceded in death by his niece Amanda Lee Siedlik.

For most of his adult life, Dale climbed the tallest building in the Kansas City area to clean windows and effect repairs. He owned his own business, rode his Harley, and was a dedicated friend to many.

Survivors include his sister, Debora Stowe; his aunt, Judy Cerwick, his uncle, Harold Siglar, Jr.; and numerous cousins including Shirla Baxter.

Service Information

Service: 2PM, Monday, October 22, 2018 at Memorial Park Cemetery

Villines, Dale E.'s Guestbook

Dale, you were such a wonderful cousin and man. I can't believe your gone. God took you to soon. It's such a difficult time for me, believing your gone. Such a horrible way to leave all of us. I remember the good times we had together, at Grandma and Grandpa's. The last couple of years I will hang on to our memories we had together. Going out to eat and remancing about the good times we had together. I'm going to miss all of that. You were taken from us in a way that should not have happened. Your always in my heart and always will be. I love you to the Moon and back. Someday we will meet at the golden gates where our arms will be open to see each other again. I'm going to miss all the good times we had. Your with our Heavenly Father now and he is watching over you. On the day you left, I wish you were with me on your motorcycle just riding around, but it wasn't meant to be. A week after your passing we lost your Mom (Aunt Pat). May she rest in peace and I know she is with you. Dale, you'll never know how much i will miss and Love you, my buddy,my cousin. I love you with all my heart. RIP and someday I'll meet you at the Golden Gates. I love you. Shirla

Shirla Spencer Baxter

cousin you will surly be missed here for ever. save me spot in Heaven see again Rest in Peace love you cuz

Donnie Spencer

It has been a privilege to have known you, Dale, for the last 25 years. I will always treasure the times that we spent time talking on the phone. You started your own business and made it into a thriving enterprise. I will never forget the time you told me that I was the only person in your life to tell you that you DESERVED it, as well as other good things in your life. You were like a brother to my husband, Rick, and the kids all called you "Uncle Dale". Leaving us has left a big hole in our hearts. You were always willing to help, even when there was nothing you could do! I still laugh about the day Rick got the rented pick-up stuck in the backyard and called you over to help him get it out! We finally called a wrecker! But there you were, helping him assess the situation and trying to see if you could help. One night after my open-heart surgery, Rick could not get me on the phone so he called and asked you to come over to check on me. You had your pants on and was heading out the door when I called to say I was okay. That is a true friend! I hope you were met by Loretta and Richard when you arrived on the other side. I miss them both, especially Loretta. They loved you, as we still do. You are missed by the Reeves family! We are so sorry to have lost you! Rest in God's love.

Elizabeth Reeves

We haven't seen Dale in so long but we'll always remember him as a great guy. So glad to hear he did so well.

Tracey, Sherry and Joyce Bonsall

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