Obituaries detail

Harold Alan Hunsaker
Sep 10,1946---May 05,2018

Alan Hunsaker, 71, died peacefully May 5, 2018, at Kansas City Hospice House. He was born September 10, 1946, in Dallas Texas, the son of Harold J. and Irene (Wilson) Hunsaker.


  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Doug.  He is remembered with love by his daughters from his marriage to Jo M. (Heaton) Hunsaker, Heather Roeder and her husband, Craig, of Leawood, and Holly Andruk and her husband, Dean, of Fairway; four grandchildren, Haley Roeder, Cameron Roeder, Dominic Andruk and Alex Andruk; sister, Wanda Russell of Katy, Texas; brother, Paul Hunsaker and his wife, Jackie, of Camden, Arkansas; sister-in-laws, Dru Hunsaker of Joshua, Texas and Linda Leonhardt of Aledo, Texas; and many nieces and nephews. 


  The family will celebrate his life with a private memorial service at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.


Justin Cook May 07 ,2018

co-worker ,Fenton ,Missouri

I have nothing but good things to say about Alan through our work together. He was such a terrific person and had such a big heart for others. I can only imagine how much he cared for his family and that he will be greatly missed. God bless.

Gina Wiseman May 07 ,2018

Friend/co-worker ,St. Louis ,Missouri

I am so sorry to hear this news about Alan. I always enjoyed Alan's quick, dry humor - in any situation. Wishing peace and comfort for your family.

Cathy McDonald May 08 ,2018

Friend ,Memphis ,Tennessee

To the Hunsaker Family, I was deeply saddened to see the post of Alan's passing. I pray: -God will bring you peace and comfort in the days ahead. -That you will draw strength from each other. -That your memories of him will always bring you happiness. -That you will aways share his kindness with others. -That you will laugh with gusto as he did. -That your heart will always be full of the love he had for you. Rest in peace, Alan.

Gary and Susie Jenkins May 08 ,2018

Co-worker at Maritz in Overland Parl ,Overland Park ,Kansas

We were sorry to hear about Alan's passing. We both worked with him for quite some time and will remember his quick sense of humor. He had a nickname for everyone in our department and each had a great story to it. He loved his family so much and spoke of you often. Our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Tiffany Hunsaker May 08 ,2018

Niece ,Joshua ,Texas

I just found out yesterday. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I loved him so much ! Him and Doug are in heaven laughing and joking around together. I love and miss you all!