William F Mayer, age 82 went to be with his wife M. Patricia Mayer on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. He passed away Menorah Medical Center on Overland Park, Kansas.
He was born in Manhattan, Kansas on September 1, 1936 the son Francis and Evea Mayer. He started his career in the Operating Engineers 101 as Heavy Equipment Operator. He retired in 1998 from Clarkson after 40 years of service with the Union.
He celebrated life and its blessings every day with his best friend Landen. He was known for his go get them attitude and orneriness. Bill surely kept you on your toes.
He was survived son William Fields; three daughters, Toni Ray (husband and family) and Debora (and family) and Anna Aldridge; granddaughters, Josefine (Danny) Danuser and Stephanie (Richard) Carter and Rebecca (Travis) Aldridge and Susan (and family) Aldridge; great grandsons, Landen (best friend) and Nolan Danuser and Travis and Zachary Carter and Ethan and Hudson Pretz.
Services will be held at Langsford funeral home Thursday November 15, at 6pm for Visitation and service at 7pm.
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
my thoughts are with you I am happy mom and you are reunited along with other family. I will miss hearing your voice on the phone and I’m sorry for my selfishness crying because we loss someone so dear. I love you Dad!
Thank you for choosing to be my father and giving me your name in life I have never really felt wanted in my life but you were the one person that chose me and gave me your name. I am not sure how things went so south with us in your later years dad. But one things for sure I did enjoy Our time together. When it was just me and you, it seem like there was no hate and only love. That 20 min we talked, thank you for giving me that by wishing my present. You mended a heart that had been broken a long time. Please move on and choose a happy life,only one with love and drama free. Love you and thank you for choosing me.
I will miss you. Thanks so much for all the talks. I always loved your jokes. You were very good to me.
Thank you for allowing Andy and I to spend many holidays with you and your wonderful granddaughters and their families. We only knew you as “Grandpa”. We are going to miss you.
Dad I am feeling so heavy heart today. I miss you and mom so much. Just need to talk to you. Can you come down and talk for awhile? Some days the darkness overrides the light and I need you to show me through. Love you, your Daughter, Deb