Alfred N. McKemy

Alfred N. McKemy, 90, of Hardin, Mo., died on January 25, 2019 at Valley Manor and Rehabilitation Center in Excelsior Springs, Mo. Alfred was born January 25, 1929 to Frank N. and Elisabeth (Rust) McKemy.

Alfred married Sandra Cooper in 1962.  They had two children. After her death, he married Carole Douglas in 1997.

Alfred was a farmer in rural Hardin, Mo., until he married Carole and moved to Kansas City, Mo.

He was preceded in death by sister, Margaret Jane McKemy; wife, Sandra (Cooper) McKemy; and wife, Carole (Douglas) McKemy.

He is survived by sister, Mary Aslakson (Elroy), of Independence, Mo.; son, William McKemy (Jo Ellen), of Kansas City, Mo.; daughter, Elisabeth Fields (Brian), of Kearney, Mo.; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

A memorial service will be held at Fry-Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Kearney, Mo., on February 8, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. A visitation will be held at 10:00 a.m.

Our Sincere Condolences

Bill & Elizabeth,
I’m so sorry to hear about your Dad. My condolences to you and your families.
Doug King

Elizabeth and Bill, I’m so very sorry to hear of your loss, although I know it’s comforting to know he is now at peace.  So many memories, from what seemed like a whole other life, for us all.  Our Dad’s were truly a different breed, who worked hard to provide for their families, when farming was a different endeavor, than it is today.  To think of the 4-row planters, cultivators and corn heads along with the combines and tractors, without cabs.  They were at one with the soil, daily.  May he “Rest In Peace!”
Troy Rust

We met your dad through the Seekers Sunday School Class at Plattewoods Methodist Church and know what a great man he was.  As it turned out he played piano for my high school English teacher, Miss Wall, when they were growing up on neighboring farms.   Our prayers and thoughts are with you and all your family.   Hope time will heal your current sadness with more pleasant memories from the past.
Bev & Lenny Poppenhagen

Elisabeth and Bill, your father and mother were two of the first people we met when we landed in Hardin so long ago. They were special to our family. Many years later when we moved to the city, who appeared at the door to move Sharon”s baby grand piano?  Alfred!  Many Sundays were spent with him at Platte Woods UMC. May our old friend RIP. Blessings to your family…
Dempsey snf Sharon Gottschalk