Marvin-Byas, Jr.-Obituary

Marvin Glenn Byas, Jr.

Kansas City, Kansas

Age 67

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Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one. May the wonderful memories of your loved one continue to provide a measure of comfort to you until Gods promise is fulfilled at Matthews 5: 5.

You have been so faithful to your God, your family & your friends. Lean on the Lord, He will support you through this heavy burden. I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband.
Louise Lee (Gina's mother)

I just recently met Marvin in paint, on evenings, Mr. Byas came across as a kind and sincere individual. I enjoyed talking football as well as seeing him throughout the plant, he truly will be missed. RIP Mr. Byas, prayers and blessing to your family.

The best partner and friend anyone could have. I'll miss you brother...

May this light shine forever more. The memories that are left with your loved ones. A Special Prayer for your family . God is with you

I spent the last year and a half with Marvin on afternoons. Learned a lot and laughed a lot. I really enjoyed his stories. He made it fun to come to work and I have missed him every day. God bless Marvin.

It was a great honor to work with you and have you be a journeyman to me when I met you as an apprentice. We worked together recently and it was a pleasure to do so. Hearing you laugh and enjoy the work we were doing made the moment fun. Didn't feel like work just a good day. I will miss you and I am sure many others will for you were special type of guy. Thanks and look forward to meeting again.

Marvin you were a great electrician and friend you will truly be missed by all your friends.

Marvin will be missed at the Ford Claycomo Plant by all who knew him. May the Lord be with the family during this time of sorrow. Let peace fill your hearts and give you comfort.


Marvin's Obituaries

Marvin Glenn Byas, Jr. was born to the union of Marvin Byas, Sr. and Ruth Jane Hopkins Byas.  Both parents and two children and preceded him in death.

Marvin attended school in the Kansas City Missouri Public School District.  After graduation, he joined the U.S. Navy, where he worked as...

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