Howard L. Breeding
1951 - 2021
BORN
1951
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Cremation Society of Kansas and Missouri
8837 Roe Avenue
Prairie Village, KS
Howard L. Breeding
November 14, 1951 - August 7, 2021
Prairie Village, Kansas - Our beloved husband, father and papa, Howard L. Breeding, 69, died from lymphoma on July 7, 2021, with his wife and daughters by his side.
Howard was born November 14, 1951, in Marysville, KS, to Beverly (Binggeli) and Loren Breeding.
Howard was a witty and kind man who loved his family, friends, cooking, good wine, traveling and time on Beaver Lake. He could fix just about anything, except the disease he fought so hard.
Howard is survived by his wife of 47 years and best friend, Sue Ellen Ericson Breeding; daughters, Emma Breeding Chandler and Ellen Christine Breeding; son-in-law, Brian Chandler; 3 grandchildren, McKenzie, Mady and Max Chandler; his brother-in-law, Larry Krupicka. He was predeceased by his parents and his sister, Deborah Breeding Krupicka.
The family suggests donations to Kansas City Hospice House or to a charity of your choosing.
Celebration of Life in September, with date to be announced later. For date and full obituary go to kccremation.com.

Published by Kansas City Star on Aug. 15, 2021.
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To Sue Ellen and family...I had ¹the pleasure of working with Howard for 27 years at the Hyatt Regency in KC. He was the best boss I had my whole time of working there of almost 40 years.He was a great example of a hard worker and impressed me as leading by example. He was not afraid to jump in on many occasions and do dirty/hard work when he didn't need to as a boss. We would share many funny stories before work started in the morning that made coming to work something actually to look forward to and fun. We would have many fond memories of our shared times at work and even at the Chiefs games. I was always impressed also at how he could lay out a project, drafting style, on paper and how organized he could keep mechanical records and renovation records and specs. You could look up specific info on the whole building with dates and notes that were informative and appreciated by me. We pray God gives you extra strength at this time.
Randy Gourley
Work
September 26, 2021
My dear She Ellen, Emma & Ellen and extended family, I mostly remember how gracious of a host Howard was at your MRAM Christmas party. You two introduced me to the wonderful world of the Swedish Grog drink. He was so gentlemanly with the gang as he graciously took over a large part of the kitchen horrendous clean up. I'm so sorry to hear of this great lost that your family is suffering from. We all were so fortunate to have had such a fine man in our lives. No one will ever fill his shoes. Sincerely, Gail
Gail & Mark Swanson
August 14, 2021
My heart aches with your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace and rise in glory.
Zan Crum
August 14, 2021
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