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Charles Buddy Spurck VIEW PROFILE

Charles Buddy Spurck

Charles J. Spurck, Bud Spurck

  Charles J. Spurck, Bud Spurck

Sept. 8, 2011

Bud Spurck

Charles J. Spurck, Bud Spurck, age 62, Lee’s Summit, MO passed away September 7, 2011 at home from cancer. Visitation service will be 1:00 p.m. Saturday, September 10 at Langsford Funeral Home in Lee’s Summit. A memorial celebration to follow at 6:00 p.m., Shamrock Golf Course, Lee’s Summit.

Memorial contributions may be made to Lee’s Summit Youth Athletics.

Bud was born 6/30/49 in Santa Monica, CA and raised in Lee’s Summit. He graduated from Lee’s Summit High in 1967 and married Vickie Duncan. Together they raised four boys  had 10 grandchildren and 17 nieces and nephews. He was a home builder for over 40 years and developed seven subdivisions in Lee’s Summit. He coached youth sports for many years and valued the relationships he made during that time.

He was preceded in death by his mother Frances Spurck. Survivors include: his wife Vickie and sons Michael, Brigham and wife Donna, Todd, Buddy and his wife Tracy. His siblings: Dan Spurck, Jefra Alford, Francie Dyke, and Jolly Pycior. His grandchildren: Kaylie, Allison, Will, Tatum, Katelynn, Taylor, Jackson, Buddy, Max and Andrew, and his Godson Scott Bradley.

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09/09/11 09:47 AM #1    

Jim Connor

I am shocked and saddened to hear of Buddy's passing.  I recall he played football one or two years while we were at LSHS.  That is how I got to know him a little bit.  Oddly enough, the longest conversation I ever had with Buddy was probably 35 years after we graduated.  I was in LS visiting my Dad, and I had gone to Summit Fitness to exercise.  I ran into Buddy in the locker room, and we spent about 10 minutes catching up and reminiscing.  I was amazed at how successful he had become with his construction business in LS.  He is another pillar from the class of "67" to fall. 

Jim Connor




12/18/13 02:45 AM #2    

Mike Hillyard

Buddy and I met when his mother and miy mother used to run together. Buddy and I would go to the Vogue theater in downtown L.S. on Friday's. He was a good athtele. I met him again after college, selling building materials for International Paper CO. He was running several framing crews for a 64 home project. His builder and he approved to buy their lumber from me. The rest is history. He became a succsessful developer, I was promoted to a sales manager, that same year and transfered to Denver. Eventually, I became a facility manager for 18 years with I.P. I wish I could have had the opportunity to thank him for his influence in my life. He will be missed by many.

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