In Memory of

Clyde O. Moles, Jr.

January 17, 1931 - August 28, 2020


Clyde O. Moles, Jr., 89, passed away August 28, 2020.  Visitation will be Friday September 4th at Langsford Funeral Home from 10-11 am.  Graveside services will follow at 11:30am at Floral Hills East Cemetery in Lee’s Summit, MO.

Clyde O Moles Jr. passed away at Olathe Hospice House on Friday, August 28, 2020.

 Clyde was born on January 17, 1931 in Adrian, Missouri to Clyde Orville “Pete” Moles and Leona Mildred Kisner. He had one sister, Virginia Leeper, who proceeded him in death. He is survived by his beloved wife Mary Ann, his cherished dog Mitzi and his children John (Renee), Karen (Barry), and Tony (Snow), and his stepchildren Lorri (Eric) and Julie (Kip). He is also survived by his thirteen grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

 Clyde graduated from Archie High School in Archie, Missouri in 1949. He went on to serve in the US Air Force for 28 years as an airline mechanic. He retired as a Senior Master Sergeant in 1991. After retirement, he worked for a cabinet maker and made many of his own pieces of furniture. His interests included making furniture, hunting and fishing, and watching NASCAR races.

 Clyde loved the Lord and was a faithful member of Journey Bible Church.


Memorial donations can be made to Journey Bible Church (13700 W 151st St, Olathe KS, 66062).


Lunch will be provided at Journey Bible Church following the service.


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John, I am so sorry for your loss (heavens gain). I am praying for you and your family.

Clyde will certainly be missed by all who knew him. Clark and I met Maryann and Clyde at Mckemey’s small group about 11 years ago. Since that time, we went to Branson together., took dancing lessons at JCCC, sat in Church together most Sundays, and Clark and Clyde attended Bible Study Fellowship together for several years. He and Maryann helped me in caring for Clark before he passed away. Maryann and Clyde were a perfect match. Maryann will surely miss her husband, but she is strong in her faith and knowing that he is with the Lord will strengthen her faith even more.

Mrs. Mary I am so sorry about the passing of Mr. Clyde. But we know to be absent from the the body is to be present with the Lord. God needed a special angel so he called your sweet husband home. I am praying God will give you strength and peace during this time. ?

I am so sorry to just learn of Clyde’s passing. My husband Bill and Clyde served in the Air Force and were stationed in Limestone, Maine. Here we met Clyde and Alice. They were our dear friends and we spent many happy times with Alice’s family at their cottage on a lake in Maine. We tried to stay in touch after the men were discharged. We visited Missouri many times when the children were growing up. Please accept my sincere condolences. Clyde was a fine man. I remember fondly the good times we had with him. May God’s grace help you at this time of sorrow.

Shirley Casey
Florence, KY


Friday, September 4, 2020
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063