REGINALD D.A. STOREY
Reginald "Reggie" D.A. Storey, 62 of Kansas City, MO passed away unexpectedly on January 23,2020 at St. Louis East Medical Center. Reggie was born on June 17,1957 in Omaha Nebraska to Maude Dean Storey. Reggie got his former education from Tarkio College in Missouri. He then later went to the Air Force and received an honorable discharge in September 1981. At the time of his passing, Reggie was a behavioral health tech/mentor for 19 years at Crittenton Children's Center. Reggie was not only a dedicated employee he was a great mentor, confidant, and friend to all who had the pleasure of meeting him. He was a loving, kind, and compassionate man. He was a man that wanted you to make the best of your life and your situation. Reggie motivated and encouraged others daily and was available to listen and to give advice. He was a humble man that came from humble beginnings which shaped him into the man he became to be. Reggie loved watching sports and would always have “Super Bowl” parties. Sports was not only his hobby; he was an avid collector of Athletic shoes and owned a very large collection. He also had a love of music. Jazz was one of his favorites. He was proceeded in death by his mother Maude Dean Storey, wife Jerrie Storey, son Reggie Storey, sister-in-law Grather Turner; brothers-in-law’s: Andre Turner and Michael Scott; in-law’s Gerald and Dorothy Turner. He is survived by his daughter Jazmine Storey; sister Vicki Fisher; sister-in-law Deborah Johnson and Terrie Scott; grandchildren Myla Storey-Altema, Shadayva Harman, Tray Harmon, Shanita Harmon and Jermaine Sprewer: 6 great grandchildren; honorary daughter Nyla Charleston and a host of devoted nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends. " I love you Daddy. Your Loving daughter Jazmine Storey. Reggie's Words of Wisdom: “People that spend time looking for faults in others should spend time correcting their own. If you can stay positive in a negative situation you win.” A Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at Watkins Heritage Chapel 4000 Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd. KCMO 64130. Visitation 1:00 p.m. Private Disposition.
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