Obituaries detail

Delbert "Del" Anthony Rundell, Age: 65
May 28,1953---Dec 21,2018

 

Del Rundell, age 65, of Kansas City MO, passed away December 21, 2018 after a long battle with cancer.  He was born on May 28, 1953 in Northville MI. The son of the late William J and Gladys A Rundell.

 He was surrounded by family and the hospital Chaplain. 

 

 He is survived by his beloved wife, Anita Rundell, son Jason Rundell, daughter Ryann Rundell, stepson Jason Pressley.  Siblings, Beverly M Gottschalk, (John), William D Rundell, (Diane), Sarah F Rundell, Deborah K Mayer, (Brian).  Grandchildren and great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews.  Always had a hug for each one of them by making each one feel special. 

 

 After graduating from high school he enlisted in the Navy.  He served 3 years of active duty, on the USS Constellation in 1972 to 1975 followed by 3 years in the reserves.  In 1978 he was honorably discharged.  After returning home he worked at GM in Livonia Michigan, started 1976, worked until 1993 and then transferred to Lake Orion Michigan then transferred to Kansas City in 1996 and retired in 2008.

 

 Del's love for golf led him to Stayley Farms Golf Course where he worked for 2 years and where he also enjoyed his favorite pastime.  Del was one of few who was fortunate enough to get 2 hole - in- ones playing his favorite game.  One at Southern Hills Golf Club in Florida on June 8, 2015 and the second one was at Stayley Farms Golf Club in Missouri on July 5th, 2017.

 

He will be loved and missed by many.   Services pending.  One to be held in Missouri and one to be held in Michigan.

Additional Service:
Services at Later Date

Condolences

Jim & Linda Baxter Dec 29 ,2018

Friend ,Riverview ,Florida

He will be missed

DEBORAH K MAYER Dec 31 ,2018

Sister ,Novi ,Michigan

Anita, Brian and I are hoping that each day brings a litte more stability and comfort knowing he is resting peacefully. We love you and hope each day friends and family will help to pull you through the hard times. As we all know, Del was kind, caring and very sensitive. We will all miss his laugh, his humor and the sweet man he had become.

Leonard T ERNST 111 Jan 02 ,2019

Freind ,Kansas ,Missouri

Very sorry for your loss love butch