In Memory of

Mark Roberts

February 23, 1971 - February 22, 2024


Mark Lynn Roberts, age 52 of Lee’s Summit Missouri, passed away at 7:02 AM on Thursday, February 22nd, 2024.Mark was born in Olathe, KS, on February 23rd, 1971, to the union of Bob Roberts and Helen (Cole) Roberts. He graduated from Blue Valley High School and later attended Ozark Christian College. He received his Associates degree from Johnson County Community College. Mark excelled in software engineering and was the Senior Software Engineer for Topcon.While Mark always wanted to make others laugh with his amazing sense of humor, he was also a truly generous loving man. If he saw a need, he would be the first in line to help. He had an affinity for collecting Legos and puzzles and was most fond of his Star Wars memorabilia. The life that he lived made it clear his priorities were God and family. The love he had for his family was truly immeasurable. He was a member of Legacy Christian Church of Lee’s Summit, Missouri.He is survived by his wife Supaporn (Kay) Roberts; his parents, Bob and Helen Roberts; his brother Dale Roberts (wife, Amy); his nieces, Jamie Wilkins (husband, Dave), Jennifer Martin, and Hannah Roberts; his nephew, Jordan Roberts (wife, Agnieszka); his great nieces, Amanda, Moriah, Camara, Aleksandra, and Hania; his great nephews, Joshua, Ezra, and Luka; and his great-great nieces Ariel and Aurora.He was preceded in death by his brother Roy Alan Roberts and his grandparents Earl and Anna Roberts, and William and Josephine Cole.Visitation will be held from 6:00-7:00 pm on Tuesday, February 27th, 2024, at Legacy Christian Church of Lee’s Summit, MO. followed by the funeral service beginning at 7:00 pm. Pastor Kip Nelson will officiate. Graveside service will be on Wednesday, February 28th, 2024, at 11:00 am. at Baxter Springs Cemetery in Baxter Springs, KS.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Legacy Christian Church of Lee’s Summit,  MO.

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



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Dear brother,

I am sure you are safe there with Jesus. I’m grateful for your kindness, you love and of course your sense of humor. You are the best brother I have ever had.

Until we meet again.

Love you ❤️
Your sister, Kanda.

Mark is also survived by his children, Nicholas Stilfield (daughter Emersynn) and Alyssa Donlan (husband Dustan, sons Dylan and Cooper).
We love you Mark!

Worked with Mark at DST and have keep in touch with him ever since. Such a wonderful man. Good friend and a wonderful sense of humor. Prayers to the family ❤️

My deepest condolences go out to Mark’s immediate family as well as his extended family, Denise Roberts, Alyssa Donlan, and Nick Stillfield (from a previous marriage). Mark was loved by many for his kindness, generosity, and great sense humor. His absence will be felt deeply. Rest In Peace dearest Mark 👼❤️

RIP – P Mark. You will be always in my mind❤️. And giving a big hug to P Kung to be stronger and get through this situation🤍. Love you both🪽🪽🪽

I’m sorry for your loss. Mark will be missed by everyone that knew him. He was a good funny man and will be greatly missed.
Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Mark’s sister and always will be.

Mark was a man whose laughter and joy touched everyone he met. Mark had a special way of bringing light into our lives, making us smile and laugh with his endless humor. He was not just a source of happiness for those around him, but a beloved husband to my sister, Kay, who loved him deeply.

In remembering Mark, we keep his spirit alive, cherishing the memories and the laughter he gave us.

Mark, may you rest in peace, surrounded by love, just as you surrounded us with love here on earth. You will be deeply missed, but your laughter will forever echo in our hearts.

Mark was one of the kindest and most giving gentlemen we have ever met and our love and condolences go out to his dear, sweet wife, Kay! I’ve always looked forward to their Sunday morning smiles and hugs and know that I will be giving extra ones to Kay. I am sure that Mark is also giving many hugs to loved ones in our heavenly home! Diane

I’m so thankful that I got to have you in my life for over 20 years. You’ve taught me so much and I’ll always hold onto that. Regardless what anyone says, thinks or does you’ll always be my dad! Love you big peanut!!

Man I’m gonna miss you. You were such a light in my life. I’m forever grateful of the lessons you taught me and definitely for the humor I inherited. And most of all I’m thankful our last words to each other were “I love you” not many people get to say that and for that I’m truly lucky. Rest easy and save some Legos for me for when i join you. Lots of love, Nick and Emmy

Our sincere sympathy goes out to Kay and all the friends & family. Mark was such a great guy in so many ways. He always let the light of Jesus shine through him even during his dark days of battling cancer. He was a true pillar of strength, character, hope & love to all he met. You were truly loved by so many because you showed them love unconditional just as Jesus does us.
All your co-workers at Topcon Positioning Systems will forever miss you. We have put a memorial plaque above our puzzle table thanking you for your love of puzzles, your smile, your laughter, and the many jokes you always shared. We were truly blessed to have you work with us. Until we meet again my friend.
Peggy Pierce & The Topcon employees

I was one of many who worked with Mark at DST over the years and the positive impression he left on people is still here–and always will be. He was a smart, dedicated worker who always took time to help people and make them laugh along the way. I was lucky enough to see a few times after DST, and during his cancer battle. He always held his head up high, kept a warm smile, and kept us laughing all the way through. He was one of a kind and will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers for all his family and friends.

Mark was just about the best coworker and friend you could ask for. Even if he was passed out and snoring next to me on one of the many late evenings we had at work (yes, there are pictures, lol), he was still there as moral support. He’ll be in my heart forever.

To Mark in Heaven, I’ll always be your “little buddy”. I love you.

We will always have “Lemon On A Pear” and we will think of you every time we hear that song!

And now you know the rest of the story with Esther and for every Bible story for that matter!

You will be sorely missed, but we have the beautiful, sweet, and funny memories until we meet again! We love you Mark and Kay!


Tuesday, February 27, 2024
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Legacy Christian Church
2150 E Langsford Rd
Lees Summit, MO 64063


Tuesday, February 27, 2024
7:00 PM
Legacy Christian Church
2150 E Langsford Rd
Lees Summit, MO 64063