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June 18, 2015

Phillip M. "Phil" Yancey, 1971 Graduate College High School, Visitation Wed June 24, 2015, His Funeral on Thursday

"Dad's services will be Visitation Wed, June 24th at Sweeney-Phillips & Holdren Funeral Home in Warrensburg Mo from 6-8pm. The Funeral will be Thursday, June 25th at 10am, Internment will follow in Warrensburg Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Phil Yancey Memorial Fund with checks payable to Helen Yancey and left in care of the funeral home or online donations can be made at the gofundme link below.
A lot of people have asked what they can do to help and at this time if you share the link below it would be greatly appreciated as dad did not have life insurance.
Thank you everyone for all the kind words, texts, calls, visits, cards, food, etc.... It really does show what a great man he was and how many lives he has touched."
Address to Sweeney-Phillips is :
617 N Maguire Street
Warrensburg, MO 64093

Phil Yancey, age 61, of Centerview, Mo., passed away Saturday, June 20 at his home. He was born Sept. 16, 1953 in Rantoul, Ill., the son of Sam and Martha Hook Yancey. He and Helen N. Smith were married on Dec. 6, 1974 in Warrensburg, Mo.
Phil was a 1971 graduate of Warrensburg College High. He worked at Home Lumber for 15 years and then American Home Patient in Warrensburg. He was the membership manager for Home Builders Association of Kansas City. He was a former member of the Warrensburg Elks Lodge and helped coach the American Legion baseball and other youth sports in the Centerview and Warrensburg areas. He was formerly a Crest Ridge School Board member. He enjoyed going to his kids and grandchildren’s sporting events.
He is survived by his wife, Helen, of the home, two daughters, Stacy Heckadon and husband Heath, of Rich Hill, Mo. and Crissy Kauffman, of Holden, Mo., five grandchildren, Kyleigh Kauffman, Karsen Kauffman, Riley Heckadon, Tucker Kauffman, Baylee Heckadon, his parents, Sam and Martha Yancey, of Warrensburg, two sisters, Debbie Cook of Lee’s Summit, Kathy Cox of Warrensburg, two brothers, Roger Yancey of Blue Springs, Jesse Yancey and wife Sheria of St. Clair, Miss., and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, June 25, 2015 at 10 a.m. at the Sweeney-Phillips & Holdren Funeral Home in Warrensburg with the Rev. Hubert Neth officiating. Interment will follow in Warrensburg Memorial Gardens Cemetery. The family will receive friends Wednesday, June 24, from 6-8 pm at the funeral home. Pallbearers will be Tom Stokes, Bob Frost, Randy Leach, Bob Bird, Dean Garske, Tommy Neal, and Dave Redlin.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the Phil Yancey Memorial Fund with checks payable to Helen Yancey and left in care of the funeral home, or online donations can be made tohttp://www.gofundme.com/kxojb8.
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RIP BIG BROTHER
Love you and we will see you on the other side.

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Phil's Facebook Page - Rest in Peace......

Phil Yancey, June 13, 2015

June 13, 2015, Phil Yancey
2011, Phil Yancey
June 15, 2015 Hi!!! My name is Crissy We received the worst possible news yesterday..we were told to bring dad home for his final days... He is resting comfortably and has his family surrounding him. He did not have life insurance so I have changed this page to a memorial fund page to assist with funeral costs. 2014-----Crissy and I have created this page to help raise funds for my dad Phil. We are raising these funds for a few reasons, which I will explain a bit later in my story.
My dad was dignosed on Oct 31, 2014 with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. He was in the hospital for 25 days undergoing chemo. He was released on Nov 25th and returned Dec 8th for another round of chemo which was a week long. This has been a trying journey but we are staying positive. He was referred to KU med to discuss a bone marrow transplant and his doctor's and their staff have been working vigorously on to find a donor and get everything prepared and in line. Yesterday we found out that the leukemia has returned so he will have to under another session of chemo prior to the bone marrow transplant. Once he is able to have the transplant he will have to stay in the hospital for 30 days and then remain in the KC metro area for daily clinic visits for the next 70 days. So this leads me to why I created this account! As you can imagine the medical costs that comes with this type of service and treatment! My parents are not extravagant people and have worked hard for everything they have. The funds raised will go towards helping with medical costs, transportation cost, living expenses ( which my parents would never ask for as they have worked hard all their lives to provide for my sister and I and now of course to spoil their grandkids) and I have also registered to walk in the KC Leukemia & Lymphoma Light the Night walk Sept 18th in honor of my dad so I would like to be able to purchase t-shirts to wear to this event , a banner, and also donate funds to the LLS to help aid in research to have a cancer free world. Thank you for taking the time to read our story

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