Jim Duncan

Jim Duncan, 59 of Drexel, Missouri passed away Thursday, March 2, 2017 at his home in Drexel.  A memorial service will be held 4:00 pm Sunday, March 5, 2017 at Mullinax Funeral Home, Drexel Chapel (660-679-0009).  Visitation will be held prior to services Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm, also at the chapel.  Inurnment will take place at a later date in Sharon Cemetery, Drexel, Missouri.  Contributions are suggested to a fund for his grandchildren in care of Jennifer Fink.  Messages of condolence may be left for the family at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com

James Patrick Duncan, known as Jim to his friends, was born to James Don and Patricia Ann Duncan in Kansas City, MO.  Jim was a local Drexel entrepreneur who owned both a local automotive repair business and liquor store.  He has also worked during that time as a machinist building racing engines for regional shops in the area.  Jim has worked in construction, tile setting, sales and advertising and even as a cook and a dishwasher when needed to make ends meet.  Even with all that experience the thing he was best at was taking care of others, especially his children, and just about any other kid that wandered through the front door.  He cared for the people in and around his life and has done without himself so others could have something, most of them never knowing his own sacrifice.  Those that knew him best were with him as he passed offering all of the support they could to ease him through his journey.  If he ever wondered if people loved and cared for him the way he loved and cared for others, his questions were answered during the final weeks of his life.  His children did him proud.

Jim was Preceded in passing by his Father, James Don Duncan, Grandfathers John C. Duncan and John Vogt, Grandmothers Beulah J. Hoffman and Elsie M. Duncan. He is survived By His Mother, Patricia Ann O’Gara, 81, of Shawnee, Kansas, his Brother, John “Andy” Duncan, 56, of Gardner, Kansas, Sons; Jason James Duncan, 39, of Yakima, Washington and David Patrick Duncan, 31, Of Drexel, MO.  Daughters; Tannis Receene Duncan, 38, of Harrisonville, Mo,  Jennifer Danielle Fink, 32, and Stefani Ann Duncan, 30, both from Drexel, MO, and Honorary Daughter Leah Martin of Drexel, MO.  9 Grandchildren; Mercury and Topaz Brewster, Danika, Hendrix, and Koby Duncan, Claire and Cole Fink, and Deacon and Jaylen Martin.

 

 

 

 

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11 thoughts on “Jim Duncan

  1. SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS! PRAYERS AND HUGS TO YOUR FAMILY!! PRAYING GODS PEACE FOR YOU!! GOD BLESS!! MARCY JOHNSTON,BILL JOHNSTON & FAMILY, DEBBIE ,SKYLER,& TAYLER LANCASTER!!

  2. Our Deepest Sympathies to The Jim Duncan Family
    He worked on my cars for awhile when living in Drexel. Jim was very honest, fair, and easy going guy. He will greatly be missed.

  3. So sorry for your loss Duncan Family. Prayers for peace and comfort in your time of sorrow. The obituary was done so well that I felt like I knew him. Prayers for his family and friends.
    Stefanie Duncan Shaver
    Daughter of Jim C Duncan (1949-2012)
    Granddaughter of John Calvin Duncan (1926-1998)

  4. Thoughts and prayers are with u all as u travel this journey.Know that time will heal the hurt and leave u with beautiful memories .

  5. My sympathies to your family at this sad time. My prayers are with you.

  6. To the Duncan kids ~ I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. I always enjoyed visiting with him at conference times at school! Jim and Joe put a new engine in Joe’s Camaro in our basement years ago. They had such a good time together and we both enjoyed his company. He was always very witty and kind! Thinking of all you and praying for comfort. Mrs. Z

  7. I only knew jim for a short time but i could tell right away he was a good kind hard working man. I could tell he took care of others the way he treated people that came into the store. And also could tell he put others first by conversations he and i had. Hard to believe. So sorry duncan family

  8. Jennifer I am so sorry for your families loss. But what an amazing man he grew to be. I am so glad I was able to help him fulfill his journey to Oklahoma.
    Love you all

  9. We want to express our deepest sympathy to the family of Jim Duncan. Jim was always good to our family and always expressed his kindness upon us. Jim always had good advise and was a great mechanic! With many conversations over the years with us, Jim will be greatly missed! May he always watch over his family and friends with many blessings. God has gained one great angel……
    RIP Jim
    Sincerely the Page Family ( Lester, Renee, Brittany and Booker)

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