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a. Note:   Floyd Stone Jr. Floyd Stoney: Stone Jr., 78 of Raytown Mo.,passed away Monday, December 10, 2007 at home. Memorial serviceswill be 10:30 a.m. Friday, December 14 at One Spirit UnitedMethodist Church, 7900 Blue ridge Blvd., KCMO. Burial at a laterdate in Grandview Cemtery, Emporial, Kansas. Memorialcontributions may be made to One Spirit United Methodis Church.Stoney was born May 27, 1929 in Randolph, Mo. He served in theNavy in WWII and Korean wars. He was a business representatisvefor the Machinist Union for 20 years before his retirement. Hewas a member of the the One Spirit Methodist Church. He was alsoa member of the Internatinal Association of Machinist andAeropace Workers. He was also a member of the V.F.W., ButlerMasonic SLodge, the American Legion and the National ParkinsonsAssociation. He was preceded in death by his parents and oneadopted sister. Survivors include his wife Carol (McClain)Stone, children: Karen Lopez and husband John of Bates city,MO., Mike Stone of Carthage, Mo., and David Stone and wife Angieof Gladstone, Mo.; step-children: Marc Jacobs of Gridley, KS,Lori Anderson of Emporia, KS, and Rick Jacobs and wife Tammy ofHartford, KS; eight grandchildren; severn step grandchildren;two great grandsons; five stepgreat grandchildren and twonieces, Penny Herman and TAmmy Skinner.(Arr. Charter Funerals 816-921-5555)Published in the Kansas City Star on 12/13/2007


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