Everett Roy Bretches of Lee’s Summit MO passed away April 17, 2020 at the age of 90 surrounded in spirit by his loved ones. Roy was born in Abilene, Kansas to Chester Bretches and Ida Diehl-Bretches on August 24, 1929.
Roy was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Jeanne; brothers, Charlie, Don, and Frank; and sister, Carol.
His memory will be cherished by his five loving children, Mary Wood of Branson Mo., Roy Jr. (Kim) Bretches of Overland Park Ks., Kathi (Quinn) Grose of Lee’s Summit, Mo., Robin (Rob) Brockman of Overland Park Ks., and Debbie Skeens of Lee’s Summit, Mo.; 12 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.
Roy worked in home construction for 50 + years with his brothers, son JR, son-in-law Rob and his grandsons Bill, Bob and Brian and countless others teaching them the trade of carpentry.
He was the type of Man who was always there for his family and his church. He shared his love of faith, laughter, and fishing with family and friends. He was a spiritual leader, planting seeds of faith and he loved teaching bible school to the children at church.
Burial will be at the Lee’s Summit Historical Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to, Lumi Care Hospice 220 NW R.D. Mize Rd, Ste. 101 Blue springs Mo. 64014 or Greenwood Christian Church 601 Oak Street Greenwood Missouri 64030. No flowers please.
The measure of a life well lived is that everyone he came in contact with said of him “he was a GOOD man”. My condolences and my my love go out to your Family. With lots of love going your way. Aunt Marilyn
So very sorry to hear of the passing of your sweet father. Happy that I was able to know him. Peace and love to all of his children and grandchildren.
My heart goes out to the family. It’s so difficult to lose a parent!! But I know that Roy is perfectly well in the arms of Jesus now.
You felt the love and Godly spirit every time you were in Roy’s presence. Friendly, kind and very pleasant. Loved his gentle and calming smile. I know his family will miss him very much. We are thankful for the skills he and Rob Brockman taught our son, Brian. Blessings, condolences, and loving thoughts and words for Roy’s family.
Janet and I were so sorry to hear about Roy’s passing. He was always such a delight to be around. He is terribly missed already. Love you all
I always remembered him as a kind and gentle man. Rest in peace Roy.
This man was an interesting, hilarious, wonderful human being. He constantly never seized to make me smile. He was truly an amazing human. Rest easy