In Memory of

Loc Gia Pham

January 1, 1941 - July 31, 2022


Loc Gia Pham, 81, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri passed away July 31st, 2022. Services will be held on August 12th, 2022 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Visitation will be at 9:00am followed by funeral services at 10:00am. Entombment will be held at Floral Hills East Memorial Gardens immediately following.

Loc Gia Pham was born January 1st, 1941 in Hai-Duong, Vietnam. Loc Gia Pham spent his childhood in Northern Vietnam and eventually moved to South Vietnam where he joined the Police Academy and achieved the rank of Lieutenant. Soon after, he married his wife of 48 years, Bach Yen Pham, on September 9, 1974. Following the Vietnam War, he immigrated to the United States in 1975 with his wife and infant son. He and his family initially settled in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, where his first daughter was born. They then moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma where his second daughter was born. He lived and raised his family in Tulsa until recently moving to Kansas City. He loved fishing, photography, traveling to new places, following current events, spending time with his four grandchildren, and writing poems. He passed away surrounded by his family.

He was proceeded in death by (Loc’s Father) Nhi Gia Pham, (Loc’s Mother) Xuan Thi Dang, (Loc’s Sister) Thu Thi Pham, (Loc’s Brother) Thanh Ngoc Pham, (Loc’s Sister) Giap Thi Pham, (Loc’s Sister) Huu Thi Pham.

Survivors include (Loc’s Wife) Bach Yen Pham, (Son) Hung Pham, (Hung’s Wife) Monalita Pham, (Hung’s Child) Avalynn Pham, (Daughter) Kim Pham, (Daughter) Pauline Eastman, (Pauline’s Husband) Stephen Eastman, (Pauline’s Child) Hazel Eastman, (Pauline’s Child) Melanie Eastman, (Pauline’s Child) Juliana Eastman, (Loc’s Sister) Dung Thi Pham Braun

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


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We meet Loc and Yen in 1981 they were the sweetest people and always wanting to help you with whatever you needed. We went to eat with them and visit them at there home in Tulsa several times. Loc will be greatly missed Yen you and your family is in our thoughts we love you

Sadden to hear of your loss. Wishing the family peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead & loving memories to forever warm your hearts. Our deepest condolences.

Words cannot express the sorrow we feel for the passing of our dearest brother, uncle and great uncle. We could only share a few years together in Vietnam before our family was divided by the war in 1975. At that time we thought that we had already lost you. But we were blessed to have been reunited with you. We are thankful for that time we were given.

Please accept our heartfelt condolences. We want you to know that we are just a phone call away.

I feel honored and ever so blessed to be part of the Phamily. Mr. Loc Pham was like a second father to me and from day one he accepted me for who I was and helped me blossom into a fine young lady. He always seemed proud to be a wonderful husband, father, and grandpa. His pure sincere smile, and sparkle in his eyes would light up any room. He will forever be in our hearts, and deeply missed.


Friday, August 12, 2022
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
1800 MO-150
Lee's Summit, MO 64082


Friday, August 12, 2022
10:00 AM
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
1800 MO-150
Lee's Summit, MO 64082