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David Louis Streeter
Feb 12,1941---Sep 09,2018

David Louis Streeter, 77, of Leawood, KS, passed away September 9, 2018.  Dave was born in Kansas City, MO to Daniel Burrell Streeter and Minnie Lucile Meyers and was raised in Independence, MO.  Dave was preceded in death by his sister, Daneen June Barbour and brother Stephen Lee Streeter.  He is survived by his wife, Cheri Streeter and sister Phyllis Gaye Childers (Ed). He is also survived by his first wife, Patricia Latimer (Streeter) Youmans and their daughters, Jennifer Streeter Jordan (David) and Valerie Streeter Monical (Mark), grandchildren, Cara Patricia Monical, Rebecca Michelle Patterson, and Benjamin Forrest Monical, and nieces and nephews Amy Burnett, Daniel Barbour, Annette Childers, Eric Streeter, Sonja Streeter and Elisabeth Parrigon.

 

Dave’s life will be celebrated at a service and reception on Monday, September 17, at 11:00 a.m. at the Church of the Resurrection Wesley Chapel at 13720 Roe Ave., Leawood, KS 66224.

 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection Congregational Care Ministry to support persons in need of emergency food and housing.

Additional Service:
Celebration of Life
Location:
Church of the Resurrection Wesley Chapel
Address:
13720 Roe Ave.
City:
Leawood
State:
Kansas
Zip Code:
66224
Date of Service:
Sep 17 ,2018
Time of Service:
11:00 am
Additional Information:

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection Congregational Care Ministry to support persons in need of emergency food and housing.

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Condolences

judy amberson jake amberson Sep 12 ,2018

Friends ,Independence ,Missouri

Cheri And Family You Have Our Deepest Sympathy. Keeping Prayers Coming .Jake And Judy Amberson

Russ Wood Sep 12 ,2018

Friend ,Lakewood ,Colorado

Condolences to all. I have lots of great memories and stories of Dave. He was a great person and mentor. I learned a lot from him.

Bev and Bob Kemper Sep 12 ,2018

Friend ,Olathe ,Kansas

Dear Cheri, We will forever remember you as a loving couple, whose faith permeated your lives. Dave always had a sweet smile , a twinkle in his eye, and a witty remark to bring joy to those around him. He was a pleasure to share small group and church membership with, and to have him as our friend. May God’s loving embrace encircle you and your family during this difficult time. Bev & Bob

George & Laura Taylor Sep 12 ,2018

Friends ,Lihue ,Hawaii

My wife Laura & I extend our sincere condolences to the family of Dave Streeter. We knew him all through Junior & Senior High School in Independence, MO. Our senior year we merged plans to study engineering at KU (with Laura studying Education) where Dave & I would dorm together our freshman year. In spite of the expected challenges we enrolled in excessive, tough courses. We challenged each other and kept each other in focus and on schedule. Dave showed me that we could even take on a few hours/week working in the dorm cafeteria to earn a bit of spending money. When I was really missing playing football Dave went with me to talk to the football coaches and then privately supported my view that I needed to continue my non-athletic course (and I’m sure the coaches would have agreed). In many ways Dave provided positive influences in our lives and all the while intermixed those with quick-to-the-point humorous comments. We have been only very loosely connected over the decades but every contact has been meaningful such that this knowledge of his passing has touched us deeply. We already miss our next exchange. Love, George & Laura Taylor

Barbara C Millard Sep 12 ,2018

When I told Bill, his response was "I'll always remember his smile and sense of humor". Dave will be missed by many people.

Lisa Lackovic Sep 13 ,2018

Industry friend ,Omaha ,Nebraska

Cheri, I am so sorry for your loss. Dave was a great man. I so enjoyed our times together pushing pavers. May he Rest In Peace. God Bless.

Will Enoch Sep 13 ,2018

Peer ,Houston ,Texas

To all of David's Family, Friends, and Associates, please accept my condolences.

Mark Muratore Sep 13 ,2018

Friend ,Jupiter ,Florida

Dear Cheri, Dave was an amazing man who taught me a great deal about business and life, especially with his beaming smile. May God bring you and your family comfort and consolation as you move through this time. Rest assured that God is with you all, and will be with you always. Mark & Alice Muratore

Margo and Jim Bartliy Sep 13 ,2018

Friend ,Overland Park ,Kansas

Words cannot express our sorrow for your loss. We are here for you to help in any way that you need. Dave will be missed by everyone. Margo and Jim

LeAnna Sep 14 ,2018

Friend ,Lenexa ,Kansas

Sherri, I was so so sorry to hear about Dave. I know he has been ill for awhile now. I also know the two of you have shared wonderful memories thru the years--remembering them will help you in getting through these days. Remember you have a lot friends to call upon for help, so do not hesitate to call, 913-782-2498. I'll be praying for you as you get through this next period. LeAnna

Jeff and Mary Jane Muchow Sep 14 ,2018

Friend ,OVERLAND PARK ,Kansas

Cheri, we extend our condolences and blessings to you and your family. David was such a kind, generous, and thoughtful follower of Christ. Always enjoyed our small group time together and many times at early morning Men's Group at church. He will be missed. Please let us know if we can help in any way. God Bless.

DAVID H RIEGER Sep 17 ,2018

Business Partner ,Denver ,Colorado

I'm Celebrating the Life of Dave Streeter! We were partners for 50 years, in a variety of ventures in which we both had a lot of fun, learned a lot, and made some money. I feel priveledged that we shared much of our lives together. To me he was an extraordinary man of genius. He valued learning as a top priority. He developed the tools to enable him to rise from working in his daddy's junkyard to designing atom bomb triggers for Sandia Corp in Albuquerque. We met in 1968 at Norgren, an industrial air component manufacturer in Littleton, CO. We liked each other and started up Chaparral Development Co, and income property firm that lasted over two decades. During this time, he became a lawyer, ran Norgren's International division, and he fell in love with Cheri. They married in 1988. Dave got bored quickly and was always searching for new challenges once he mastered the one before him. So he and Cheri left Norgren and started up a concrete paver company in Kansas City. After 5 successful years, they sold it. Then Dave and I went into Commodity trading, and then into Stock trading. Finally, Dave became an Enrolled Agent for the IRS, and started up a successful accounting firm - preparing income tax returns for a loyal group of customers. Dave had a full life and enjoyed it all. He especially loved Cheri who opened a new world that only true love brings.