Obituaries detail

Frank Edward "Frankie" De Moro, II, Age: 51
Jan 15, 1970 - Mar 16, 2021

Frank Edward DeMoro ll "Frankie" 51 of Harrisonville, Mo. passed away surrounded by his loved ones on March 16, 2021. Frankie was born in Harrisonville, Mo. on January 15,1970. He graduated from Oak Park HS, Kansas City, Mo. in 1988 and was a veteran of the US Navy. He worked as a career union Ironworker for the Ironworkers Local 10 until his tragic spinal cord injury. He later went on to work for Casco Area Workshop in Harrisonville. Frankie was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents, brother Michael Carullo, uncle David Combs and his beloved four-legged best friend Shorty. Frankie is survived by his children, Ashley DeMoro, Matthew DeMoro, grandchildren Levi, Devin, Coralie and Rylan, parents Debi (Harry) Snow and Frank (Susan) DeMoro, step-grandmother Dorothy DeMoro, brothers Michael (Sherry) DeMoro, Jeremiah Snow, Harry Joe (Tiffany) Snow, sisters Tammy (Shannon) Loveall, Carol (Darren) Baltz, along with several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and friends. 

Cremation accorded and services are pending.

A celebration of life will be held in the not too distant future.

Condolences

Laura DeMoro Mar 19 ,2021

Aunt ,Lees Summit ,Missouri

Frankie always made me laugh when I was around him. I will always keep him in my heart and remember him forever. My sympathies to you on this great loss.

Helen Greer Mar 19 ,2021

Friend/ coworker ,Kingsville ,Missouri

My condolences to everyone who loved and knew Frank. He was always such a loveable guy. Even with the sour lemons he was given in this life. He made the sweetest lemonade. He will be missed for sure. Especially that loving smile. But I'm sure he has a bigger smile now. So long Frank . See you on the otherwise. Hugs.

Dominic DeMoro Mar 19 ,2021

Cousin ,Kansas City ,Missouri

My wife Brittni and I would like to send our condolences to Frankie's family and friends through this tough time. Frankie was such an outgoing, playful, and "cool" cousin to have growing up. I remember him always being the "tough guy" in the family at reunions. birthdays, and holidays. He will surely be missed by me and my family. God is with him now and his pain will forever be gone. Love Dominic, Brittni, and Beau.

Kathy & James RYAN O'Connor Mar 19 ,2021

My son is worker at Casco ,Belton ,Missouri

I send my sincere condolences to the family.Frank was a great man to know and a great awesome mentor to MANY!Prayers being sent,Rih Frank

Barbara/Donald Perry Mar 19 ,2021

Frank Seniors cousin ,Conrad ,Montana

We did not know Frank Junior. We are so sorry and express our sympathy to a loving family he leaves behind. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Barb and Don Perry, Conrad Montana. Don's mom Theresa Perry was a Demoro.

Dorothy DeMoro Mar 19 ,2021

Step Grandmother ,Blue Springs, ,Missouri

I am so very sorry to hear about Frankie's death. I would like to know if and when funeral or final arrangements are made. I will want to attend. Perhaps David and Tammy will bring me. Frank and Sue, my heart goes out to you now. I also want to remember Debbie. Stephanie called me about Frankie. She sends her love and sympathy. She will not travel until the Covid problem is more settled. May God be with all of us through this sad time. Love, Dorothy

Carmella Carullo-Kovach Mar 24 ,2021

Aunt ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Dear Frank, Sue & Family, My heart goes out to you for your loss and I hope you find comfort in your many fond and loving memories. Frankie had a loving heart and a good spirit. God bless you for your devotion and care for him. My love and sorrow to all of the family💞