In Memory of

Kevin D. Massey

July 9, 1964 - October 9, 2019



Kevin Donald Massey, 55, of Blue Springs, Mo. Passed away on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 unexpectedly while on vacation with his wife Kim Massey of 27 years in Colorado. Kevin was born July 9, 1964 to James and Margaret Massey in Dubuque, Iowa. He was preceded in death by his grandmother Ida Muenster. He is survived by his wife Kim Massey, sons Zach (25) and Jared (21) Massey of the home. He is also survived by his mother Margaret Massey, his father James Massey (Pamelape Gantz), siblings Ed Massey (Connie), Ken Massey (Lori), Dan Massey (Rhonda), Ron Massey (Joyce), Chuck Massey (Lisa), Sandy Meyer (Greg), mother in law Judy Amer (Ron), and many other loved ones.

Kevin graduated from Hempstead high school in Dubuque, Iowa. Kevin worked at Hy-Vee while in high school, and continued working for Hy-Vee and most recently worked at the Hy-Vee store in Blue Springs as the bakery manager. Kevin didn’t know a stranger, and was very well liked by his colleagues and customers.

Kevin was exceptionally handy and could do just about anything. He was never too busy to help his family, his sons, their friends, and anyone who needed help at the drop of a hat. Kevin loved people and was always joking around living life to the fullest.

Kevin was so happy the day he and his wife Kim purchased motorcycles. Kevin had a love for riding his motorcycle. Kevin and his wife took many unplanned daytrips together to ride their motorcycles, really enjoying the open road. Kevin had many different hobbies, and also enjoyed time at the shooting range.

Kevin was a wonderful husband, father, and friend to everyone. He will be greatly missed.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Heart Association in memory of Kevin,


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This news makes my heart hurt. I have never met a kinder, more positive human. Rest easy and Godspeed Kevin. Prayers to all. God bless

My sympathies to your family !!!! Must say I was totally shocked to hear the news. Kevin and I have been friends for over 20 years. He will definitely missed!!!

Kevin and I got to know each other later in life but I consider him a true friend. Someone that was always a pleasure to visit with and saw the glass half full, I will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Larry and Julie

Kevin was a great guy, I was very shocked at the news of his death. I’ve known Kevin since ’96. He has always been a very up beat person. We talked back-and-forth about bakery business and he always had a smile.
I recently saw Kevin last Spring, when he got several of us “old timers” together; Norm, John, Kenny and I. We had a great time. Kevin truly cared about other people, and he will be dearly missed by Rick Whyle.

To my sweet niece!!! Aunt Jeannie’s heart breaks for you!!! The pain I truly know is unbearable to stand!!! I do know you have an awesome mom there to help you and guide you hon!!! My thoughts and prayers go out for you, your sons, your family and Kevin’s family!!! May GOD be with you all and give you all comfort!!!! Aunt Jeannie loves you dearly!!!! ❤❤❤❤❤❤

I just find it hard to believe, life‘s too short. Kevin worked for us at Dubuque Save U More which later became Hy-Vee. He was always reliable and hard-working. I am sure he will be greatly missed. Prayers to the entire Massey family God bless.

This news I was not ready for I have had the Privilege of knowing Kevin for the last 20 years. Kevin was my mentor, was one of the best bosses I have had the pleasure of working for and a great friend of me and my family. The world has loss a great person he always help anybody he could and was always there when I needed a second voice. My Condolences to Kim and his kids he will be missed
RIP my friend

I am truly blessed to have known Kevin…He always saw the bright side of everything…
I am so saddened by his loss on this earth. Peace be with your family and friends..

We are so saddened to hear of your loss. Sending sympathy and prayers to all of you.
God bless you all

Sorry for your lose Kim! Really sadden my heart to read of your love one. My prayers go out to you and your family!

The news of Kevin’s passing came as a shock. I always enjoyed our visits, his sense of humor, and his down-to-earth nature. He had a youthful spirit, never taking himself too seriously and appreciating the many thrills that life had to offer. My heart goes out to Jared, Zach, Kim, and the rest of Kevin’s family—may love and support shower upon you all as you move through this time of grief and healing. God bless…

Kevin did so much to help me w my schedule 24 years ago when I needed to work around a very sick child. I worked with him at hy-vee and Hockenberg, I guess for more years than I thought. I’m grateful to have known him and shared so many laughs. Condolences to you all on your loss of a dear loved one.

Ken, Lori & Austin. Our deepest sympathy to you and the Massey family. Thoughts & prayers to all.

Such an unexpected tragedy. My sincere condolences to you and your family for the passing of your son.

I’m so sorry to hear of Kevin’s passing, I’ve known Kevin for over 20 years , a great guy!

Kevin’s passing came as a huge shock. Whenever I had a bakery question, he was always to go to guy. Knowing Kevin for almost 22 years has truly been an honor! Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed

Kevin was a true friend and a person that would do anything for anyone.He recently visited me in the hospital and that was the last time i saw or spoke to him.I will miss his humor, his passion ,and his friendship.The world has lost a good person for sure.My prayers and condolences for the family.

We are so sorry to hear of this terrible loss. He has gone way too soon from your family.
Somehow, someday, may you find peace. Our deepest sympathy.

My prayers to all who knew and loved Kevin. I met Kevin when he was the bakery manger in liberty I just sat by him at the bakery meeting two weeks ago cannot even imagine the pain and sorrow the family is going thru I will continue to pray that God will hold you and carry you as
Long as you need it. My condolences

Kevin helped train me to be a bakery manager years ago at the Barry Road Hy-Vee. He was a great teacher and was very organized. Great timing during production and baking. Always had something ready to go in the oven. My sympathies to his entire family. God bless you Kevin. You left a lasting impression on so many co workers.

Im so sorry for ur lost. We were there when u pasted. We tried so hard to help u and ur wife on Devil’s Playground.
I will never forget u Kevin. RIP….


Thursday, October 17, 2019
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


Friday, October 18, 2019
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063