In Memory of

Tom Michael Hillbrand

January 17, 1939 - March 1, 2021


Tom M Hillbrand age 82 of Lee’s Summit, MO passed away on March 1, 2021. The family is holding a graveside service for family and close friends on March 5th, 2021 at 2:00pm at Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Tom was born in Wichita Kansas on January 17, 1939 and grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. He graduated from Lillis High School in 1956 then joined the Coast Guard and served four years. He married Constance Herter in 1958 and had four children.

He is preceded in death by his wife of 57 years Constance L Hillbrand, parents RJ and Katherine Hillbrand, sister Nancy Williams, son David M Hillbrand and grandson Jacob T Hillbrand.

Tom is survived by son’s Christopher W Hillbrand (Laura) and Mark T Hillbrand, daughter Vicki A Hillbrand all from Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Four grandchildren; Jaycie, Madison, Chance and Leo.  Also, survived by his brother John Hillbrand from Katy Texas.

Tom worked for Ford Motor Credit/CNH for thirty years before retiring. He loved to make a lot of crafts and especially doll or bird houses. He had a great sense of humor and loved to play or tell jokes to everyone. He traveled for his job for years and love to share his stories of his travels.


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Sorry for your loss. Tom was always a lot of fun to be around had a great sense of humor. Have a lot of great memories with Tom and Connie from bowling and Butler Fishin Tournaments . They will and are missed

So sorry for the loss of your father I know how you guys are feeling right now. Its so hard to lose a parent. Tom was a very sweet and kind man and was always very nice to me and my son Larry. My heart goes out to you all. If there’s anything I can do for any of you please let me know. Our thoughts and prayers prayers are with you all.

Couldn’t ask for a better brother. He was 7 years older than me, so was my ‘protector growing up.

We live next door to Tom and will miss him. He loved our little dog, Polly, and would laugh at her all the time! He would always have a story to tell us anytime we were outside that would make us laugh.
God bless each of you with peace and comfort.

Tom was always quick to offer a cup of coffee, tell a good story and show off his latest miniature wooden creation. Theresa and I always enjoyed our visits and will always have very fond memories of both he and Connie. I almost forgot to mention, he was a wiz at nature photography without even having to leave the deck. He will be missed.

Sorry to hear of Tom’s passing. We were back-yard neighbors from March, 1969 until June, 1975. Our daughter Teresa and Vicki were the same age. Tom, Connie and other neighbors along St. Catherine Lane enjoyed many summer evenings together.
That memory will always be cherished.

Sorry because of health issues was unable to attend services. .We had such fun with Tom and Connie over the years


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


Friday, March 5, 2021
2:00 PM Graveside
Mt Olivet Catholic Cemetery
7601 Blue Ridge Blvd
Raytown, MO 64138