Alfred E. Yust
1931 - 2020
BORN
September 24, 1931
DIED
January 13, 2020
Alfred E. Yust Alfred E. Yust, 88, passed away January 13, 2020. Visitation will be 10:30-11:30am Wednesday, January 22nd at St. John Francis Regis Church, 8941 James A. Reed Rd, Kansas City, MO followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 11:30am. Interment will be at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Alfred was born September 24, 1931 in Seneca, MO to Charles and Anna Yust. He worked for TWA for 37 years. Alfred is survived by his son, Kenneth C. Yust; a sister, Ruth Richardson and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Doris R. Yust; a daughter, Karen Yust Trusler; 10 brothers and 4 sisters. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.muehebachchapel.com
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Published by Kansas City Star on Jan. 19, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Jan
22
Visitation
10:30a.m. - 11:30a.m.
St. John Francis Regis Church
8941 James A. Reed Rd, Kansas City, Missouri
Jan
22
Mass of Christian Burial
11:30a.m.
St. John Francis Regis Church
8941 James A. Reed Rd, Kansas City, Missouri
Funeral services provided by:
Muehlebach Funeral Care
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Alfred E. Yust. My father..
He and my mother Doris adopted an infant boy in 1965, he was 1 month old. His name is Kenneth Charles. It took them 4 yrs to qualify for the adoption thru Catholic Charities. They were so excited. They gave him all the love they could and more. Then 2 yrs later they adopted a second child, a girl. Her name was Karen Jean, she was beautiful. They were the best parents, they put up with all the crying and whining and screaming and yelling and never regretted it ever.
Thank you ,Mom, Dad we were pains in your butt at times, we were smart allics sometimes. Pushing the limit of your patience. We didn't always follow the right path.
First Karen left us, then Mom, now Dad. Now its me taking up where you left off. I will always hear your voices in my heart telling me what to do. I loved you all and will always. I am forever in your dept. The memories of our family will forever be etched upon my mind. Till we meet again.
Your son, your brother.
Kenneth Charles Yust
Ken Yust
January 31, 2020
Al was my supervisor at TWA and was a true gentleman. It was such a pleasure to work for him. Rest in peace sweet Al.....
Susan Fields
January 22, 2020
I worked for Al at TWAone of two of the best supervisors I had. He was a great guy. My prayers go out to his family.
Linda Caldwell
Coworker
January 20, 2020
Al was a wonderful person, he was so energetic and helpful to all he knew. He was such a thoughtful kindhearted soul and will be missed deeply. Always in our thoughts
Karen Brown and Jamie Reese
January 20, 2020


AL WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON AND NEIGHBOR
HE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL HIS FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS
January 19, 2020