Mission KS Funeral Homes

Mission KS funeral homes provide local funeral services. Find more information about Butler Joseph A (Jay) IV Funeral Director by clicking on each funeral home listing. Send funeral flower arrangements to any Mission funeral home delivered by our trusted local florist.

funeral flowers

Funeral Flowers

Express your deepest sympathies - send beautiful flowers today!

sympathy roses

Sympathy Roses

Give comfort and loving support — order a delivery today!

funeral standing sprays
$20 OFF

Standing Sprays

Heart-felt tributes to honor a dear friend or loved one who has passed away

Butler Joseph A (Jay) IV Funeral Director

2916 West 49th Place
Mission, KS 66205
(913) 384-2920
Butler Joseph A (Jay) IV Funeral Director funeral flowers

Mission KS Obituaries and Death Notices

Linda Follet

Monday, June 26, 2017

There will be no visitation, but a memorial service will be held on July 1, 2017 at 1:00 PM at Regency Baptist Church, 5101 New York Avenue, Arlington, TX 76018. Linda was a big part of supporting missions at Regency Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to missions work at Regency Baptist Church in Linda’s name.

Harford Funeral home, Legion posts team up to retire flags - Baltimore Sun

Monday, June 19, 2017

After the flags are collected they are taken to the funeral home, where they are stored at its Memorial Center."When able and with the family's permission, a flag will be cremated with a veteran to show the proper honor to both the flag and the veteran," McComas said.Other Legion and VFW posts in Harford County have expressed interest in having one of the boxes placed at their sites, he said."We hope to serve two purposes with the program: to properly dispose of the American flag while at the same time providing the additional honor that the veteran has earned through their service," he said.

Group Visits Nine Cemeteries, Memorials to Recognize Fallen Military Members - Centralia Chronicle

Monday, June 19, 2017

Don Buswell paused Monday near his own name, inscribed near that of his grandfather, wounded while fighting for the north in the Civil War, his brother, who flew 44 missions as a pilot in the Pacific during World War II, and his niece. “I probably know a fourth of them, or a third of them,” he said of the names on the wall.Buswell, like his brother Anor Buswell, was a pilot in the Air Corps, a precursor to the Air Force.“All I did was have fun when I was in the service,” he said. Members of Winlock and Onalaska American Legion posts 101 and 508, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3409, members of Boy Scouts Troop 324 and Girl Scouts Troop 40512 and other volunteers held Memorial Day Ceremonies throughout the day Monday in the south end of Lewis County, striving to leave no veteran’s sacrifice forgotten. “They deserve that honor,” said Mitch Davis, incoming post commander of Winlock’s American Legion Post. Some veterans buried at the cemeteries visited Monday have no living relatives left. “We want people to know these people aren’t forgotten,” he said. Short ceremonies were held starting at 9:30 a.m. at Napavine Cemetery, the St. Urban Catholic Cemetery near Winlock, the Vader Catholic Cemetery, the Little Falls Ceremony, the Winlock Cemetery, the St. Francis Mission Cemetery, the Lone Hill Cemetery, the Toledo Cemetery and finally the Veterans Wall of Honor at Kemp Olson Memorial Park in Toledo. In preparation for Monday’s event, members of Common Ground Toledo, a nonprofit group dedicated to beautifying Toledo with plants, planted an “Honor Garden,” said Common Ground ...

Fundraiser set up for Kendarrius Martin's funeral expenses - WTVY, Dothan

Monday, June 19, 2017

On May 30th at 5:00 p.m, there will be a viewing at Scott’s Chapel Hill Mortuary on Headland Avenue in Dothan.A celebration of life will be Wednesday, May 31st at Greater Beulah Missionary Baptist Church in Dothan at 2:00 pm. Burial will follow in the Gates of Heaven Cemetery.If you are interested in donating, follow the link below. https://www.gofundme.com/kd-martin-fund...

Former Gaston County commissioner convicted for stealing money from funeral home - WSOC Charlotte

Monday, June 19, 2017

Ken Lemon Updated: Jun 12, 2017 - 6:21 PMGASTON COUNTY, N.C. - Former Gaston County Commissioner David Ward admitted to stealing money from people who prepaid for services at his funeral home and will be going to jail.Eyewitness News reporter Ken Lemon was in court as Ward admitted he's ashamed of what he did.On Monday, Ward will have to go to the building that had his name etched on the cornerstone as vice chairman of the board of commissioners when it was constructed.He will go there as a convicted criminal, a man who stole from people that trusted him to handle their memorial services.The former vice chair of the Gaston County Board of Commissioners pledged to his answers in a guilty plea.In court with David Ward former Gaston County Commissioner pleading guilty to felonies for misusing $90,000 at family funeral home. pic.twitter.com/5fsk3fNGie — Ken (@kenlemonWSOC9) June 12, 2017This happened in a courthouse he helped to build with his work on the board."Your honor, I would like to say I am very distraught over what I hav...

Church offers counselling to children affected by Grenfell Tower fire - Catholic Herald Online

Monday, June 19, 2017

Morrison said he was “very proud” of the response to the tragedy of the Catholic Church “at every level.”“It was good to see all elements of the church’s mission come together to address what is an incredibly said but also an incredibly complex situation,” he added.St Francis of Assisi Church in Notting Hill was one of two churches to serve as a collection point for members of the public who wished to contribute clothing, food and other supplies for families dislocated by the fire.Fr Gerard Skinner, the parish priest, was so inundated with donations that within hours there was no storage space remaining.He left a message on his telephone to tell well-wishers that the church was “at capacity.” He said he was also overwhelmed by offers of practical assistance.The fire in Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, in the west of the capital, is believed to have started in the early hours of the morning.It spread rapidly because it ignited the flammable cladding that encased the tower block, and many trapped tenants jumped from the building to escape the flames and smoke.About 80 people are being treated in hospital and about 17 of them are described as being in “critical” condition.

Funeral Home Flowers

Mission News

Linda Follet

Monday, June 26, 2017

There will be no visitation, but a memorial service will be held on July 1, 2017 at 1:00 PM at Regency Baptist Church, 5101 New York Avenue, Arlington, TX 76018. Linda was a big part of supporting missions at Regency Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to missions work at Regency Baptist Church in Linda’s name.

Harford Funeral home, Legion posts team up to retire flags - Baltimore Sun

Monday, June 19, 2017

After the flags are collected they are taken to the funeral home, where they are stored at its Memorial Center."When able and with the family's permission, a flag will be cremated with a veteran to show the proper honor to both the flag and the veteran," McComas said.Other Legion and VFW posts in Harford County have expressed interest in having one of the boxes placed at their sites, he said."We hope to serve two purposes with the program: to properly dispose of the American flag while at the same time providing the additional honor that the veteran has earned through their service," he said.

Group Visits Nine Cemeteries, Memorials to Recognize Fallen Military Members - Centralia Chronicle

Monday, June 19, 2017

Don Buswell paused Monday near his own name, inscribed near that of his grandfather, wounded while fighting for the north in the Civil War, his brother, who flew 44 missions as a pilot in the Pacific during World War II, and his niece. “I probably know a fourth of them, or a third of them,” he said of the names on the wall.Buswell, like his brother Anor Buswell, was a pilot in the Air Corps, a precursor to the Air Force.“All I did was have fun when I was in the service,” he said. Members of Winlock and Onalaska American Legion posts 101 and 508, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3409, members of Boy Scouts Troop 324 and Girl Scouts Troop 40512 and other volunteers held Memorial Day Ceremonies throughout the day Monday in the south end of Lewis County, striving to leave no veteran’s sacrifice forgotten. “They deserve that honor,” said Mitch Davis, incoming post commander of Winlock’s American Legion Post. Some veterans buried at the cemeteries visited Monday have no living relatives left. “We want people to know these people aren’t forgotten,” he said. Short ceremonies were held starting at 9:30 a.m. at Napavine Cemetery, the St. Urban Catholic Cemetery near Winlock, the Vader Catholic Cemetery, the Little Falls Ceremony, the Winlock Cemetery, the St. Francis Mission Cemetery, the Lone Hill Cemetery, the Toledo Cemetery and finally the Veterans Wall of Honor at Kemp Olson Memorial Park in Toledo. In preparation for Monday’s event, members of Common Ground Toledo, a nonprofit group dedicated to beautifying Toledo with plants, planted an “Honor Garden,” said Common Ground ...

Fundraiser set up for Kendarrius Martin's funeral expenses - WTVY, Dothan

Monday, June 19, 2017

On May 30th at 5:00 p.m, there will be a viewing at Scott’s Chapel Hill Mortuary on Headland Avenue in Dothan.A celebration of life will be Wednesday, May 31st at Greater Beulah Missionary Baptist Church in Dothan at 2:00 pm. Burial will follow in the Gates of Heaven Cemetery.If you are interested in donating, follow the link below. https://www.gofundme.com/kd-martin-fund...

Former Gaston County commissioner convicted for stealing money from funeral home - WSOC Charlotte

Monday, June 19, 2017

Ken Lemon Updated: Jun 12, 2017 - 6:21 PMGASTON COUNTY, N.C. - Former Gaston County Commissioner David Ward admitted to stealing money from people who prepaid for services at his funeral home and will be going to jail.Eyewitness News reporter Ken Lemon was in court as Ward admitted he's ashamed of what he did.On Monday, Ward will have to go to the building that had his name etched on the cornerstone as vice chairman of the board of commissioners when it was constructed.He will go there as a convicted criminal, a man who stole from people that trusted him to handle their memorial services.The former vice chair of the Gaston County Board of Commissioners pledged to his answers in a guilty plea.In court with David Ward former Gaston County Commissioner pleading guilty to felonies for misusing $90,000 at family funeral home. pic.twitter.com/5fsk3fNGie — Ken (@kenlemonWSOC9) June 12, 2017This happened in a courthouse he helped to build with his work on the board."Your honor, I would like to say I am very distraught over what I hav...

Church offers counselling to children affected by Grenfell Tower fire - Catholic Herald Online

Monday, June 19, 2017

Morrison said he was “very proud” of the response to the tragedy of the Catholic Church “at every level.”“It was good to see all elements of the church’s mission come together to address what is an incredibly said but also an incredibly complex situation,” he added.St Francis of Assisi Church in Notting Hill was one of two churches to serve as a collection point for members of the public who wished to contribute clothing, food and other supplies for families dislocated by the fire.Fr Gerard Skinner, the parish priest, was so inundated with donations that within hours there was no storage space remaining.He left a message on his telephone to tell well-wishers that the church was “at capacity.” He said he was also overwhelmed by offers of practical assistance.The fire in Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, in the west of the capital, is believed to have started in the early hours of the morning.It spread rapidly because it ignited the flammable cladding that encased the tower block, and many trapped tenants jumped from the building to escape the flames and smoke.About 80 people are being treated in hospital and about 17 of them are described as being in “critical” condition.