In Memory of

Albert Anthony Bales

February 13, 1941 - January 14, 2024


Albert Anthony (Tony) Bales (82) of Lee’s Summit, MO passed away peacefully in his sleep on January 14, 2024.

Tony was born to Albert and Elizabeth Bales in Kansas City.  Tony was preceded in death by his parents and sister (Mary Louise).  He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Jean Marie (Andregg) and nine children.  Andrew (Tina); Stephen (Rosanne); Frank (Kanani); Pete (Denise); Mark (Chris); Mary (Michael Singer); Bernie (Lauren); Darren; John (Jenni).  Tony and Jean have twenty-five grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren.  He was devoted to his extended family including all of Jean’s brothers and sisters.   He had many friends including his Monday Night Football strategy crew and his annual trout fishing buddies.  He was very active in St. Regis parish as a scout leader, football, and basketball coach, eucharistic minister and counting the collections on Sundays.

He was educated at St. Louis Parish School, Rockhurst High School, and Rockhurst College.  He worked for 40 years at Honeywell Corporation.  He loved his work and especially the camaraderie.  He was an Eagle Scout and member of the tribe of Mic-o-say.

He was a great example of service to his community and family.  His legacy lives on through his friends and family.

Visitation will be held on January 20,2024, from 12:30pm to 1:30pm, at Saint Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church.

Funeral services will be held on January 20, 2024, at 1:30pm, at Saint Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church.

Arrangements by Langsford Funeral Home, 115 SW 3rd Street, Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


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So sorry to hear about Tony. I always looked forward to seeing him when we lived in KC.

I have know Tony since I was 7 years old. I remember dancing (well I called it dancing) at his wedding to my sister, Jean. Working with him on his porch addition, I learned how to shingle a roof. Although we have not see each much over these last years, I fondly recall playing cards with him at the Family reunion in Branson. His legacy does live on.

Sorry to hear about Tony’s passing. I was able to get to know him well from St REGIS sports in the 1980s. He was a wonderful man, a true gentleman. I’m sorry our lives took different paths once we moved away from the parish. He will me missed. Prayers for Tony and family.

I had the Privilege to know & work with Tony at the Honeywell plant.

He was a man of his word, a hard worker, devout Catholic and more importantly he was proud of & so loved his family & extended family, always putting family first, sacrificing for their private educations.

His legacy lives on through the family he so loved.
Eternal rest grant unto thee Tony!

I worked on many projects with Tony over the years
Great guy, always a positive attitude, very professional,and every once in a while cantankerous. Aways talked about his kids and all their and his community involvement.
I still remember hearing about and looking at pictures from Australia and New Zealand a few years before he retired.
Quite a guy. Sorry we lost yrack of each other after he retired. He will be missed.

Tony worked in my group at Honeywell for several years. Tony was a solid guy. Always kind. Devoted to his family. Loved his sports. Active in his community.
Thoughts and prayers to the family he loved.

I enjoyed working with Tony for many years in Program Management. He was always willing to help in any way he possibly could. I loved talking family and sports with him,

I worked for many years with Tony at Honeywell. He was always willing to help & was very dedicated to his family. I am sure his legacy will go on with such a big family.
Sending my condolences to all of you.
Prayers for the family.


Saturday, January 20, 2024
12:30PM - 1:30PM
Saint Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church
4313 SW State Route 7
Blue Springs, MO 64014


Saturday, January 20, 2024
1:30 PM Mass
Saint Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church
4313 SW State Route 7
Blue Springs, MO 64014