GARY DONALD MAJORS
Gary Majors, 75, of Lee’s Summit, MO passed away December 12, 2020. Gary was born October 19, 1945 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Gary spent his career in Network Communications. He worked for Western Union, Farmland Industries and Cap Gemini.
In his spare time, he had several hobbies. Gary built over 100 rocking horses for grandchildren, children and grandchildren of family members, friends, and acquaintances as well as beautiful furniture including bookcases, display cases, bedroom suites, kitchen cabinets, and much more. Gary was an avid reader, particularly enjoyed mysteries and he also enjoyed Crossword Puzzles and Games.
He is preceded in death by wife Sherry Russum Majors who passed away Feb.16, 1997; grandchild Tyler McDowell; parents Roy and Elsie Landers Majors and brothers Roy G. Majors and Larry Majors.
Survivors include his wife of 19 years, Carol Majors; his children: Wendy Majors Foster (Matt), Greg Majors (Becky), his step-children: April Hale (Curtis), Warren Allen (Myra). His grandchildren: Joey Majors, Jessica McDowell (Matt Miro), Lilly Foster, Curtis Allen, Corey Allen, Cameron Allen (Rikki), Lauren Garcia (Jorge), Warren Allen IV (Erin Crader). His great-grandchildren: Lainey Miro, Joseph Miro and Kingston Allen. His sisters: Sharon Rasco and Kathy Majors (Randy Rowe).
Gary was a great friend and neighbor who will be sorely missed by family, as well as by all who knew him.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
My prayers are with you and your family. Please accept my deepest sympathies and condolences.
Gary was a friend for a long time,we had many good times together. He will be missed
We are so to hear of Gary’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of his family. Wendy, Glenda has lost your contact information or she would have reached out to you.
Carol. Prayers for you and your family from Leigh Anne, Rick, Lisa and me. Joyce.
Extending sincere sympathy to the Majors family. I worked with Gary for many years at Western Union Telegraph. Gary was a great guy. It is sad to know that he has passed away.
Love to you all!!
Margaret Johnson Motley