Conrad C. Kane, Jr.

Conrad C. Kane, Jr. (Neil) was born February 4, 1940 and died July 16, 2012 at Centerpoint Hospital in Independence, Missouri. Conrad was born in Kansas City, Missouri to Conrad C. Kane, Sr. and Louise Fern McNabb, both of whom preceded him in death. He leaves a sister, Carol L. Lane, Independence, Missouri and three cousins. He is also survived by five children; Cindy Kane, Blue Springs, Missouri; Mrs. Kimberly Back, Wiesbaden, Germany; Mrs. Vicki Craig, Spring Bay, Illinois; Tony Kane and Andrea Kane. He leaves several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends and family may make donations in his name to Kansas City Rescue Mission, 1520 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64108.

5 Comments

  1. Kitty on December 20, 2018 at 2:21 pm

    I was married to Neal (Sparky) for a very short time – we had a beautiful daughter Victoria – sadly when we parted I never heard from him again but tried to stay in touch with his mom Louise – I am sure he is missed by many wonderful friends & family

    • Vicki Craig on June 15, 2021 at 1:13 pm

      Kitty, this is Victoria, oh would you please, please email me??? I would love to see a picture of you? Oh please?

  2. Carla and Larry on August 4, 2012 at 10:54 am

    Larry and I have just found out about Conrad’s death.

    Our deepest thoughts to Conrad’s family. You have lost a unique man. He was so very proud of his grandchildren, always sending photos. He would get so excited telling us about them.

    Larry and I have lost a “diamond in the rust”. He was so hilarious with his stories and the way he told them! You ole fart, we love you, just had a toast for you, so hope you know that. Be at peace and w/o pain on the other side, now.

    Love,

    Carla and Larry

  3. Ruth Blackwell on July 23, 2012 at 9:48 am

    Conrad was a member of the Quiet Man in Dallas, Texas back in the 70s. He was one of the “characters” who fit right in to make a wonderful group of people.
    After he moved to KC, he still kept in touch with us and became an even greater friend. Jokes and photos and stories…..
    Keith is gone now, but Conrad still kept in touch. I always felt better after talking to him.
    I’ve lost a friend, but the Kane family has lost even more – one of their own.
    My sincerest condolences to you all.
    Ruth

  4. David Craig on July 21, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    My sincere condolences to the Kane family.
    I considered Conrad one of my good friends. I always looked forward to our daily bull sessions with John Anderson. Conrad could tell a story like no one else. Conrad will be sorely missed by us. You are not suffering any more, Conrad. Rest In Peace!

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