Richard Vaglica

Richard Vaglica, 68, of Kansas City, MO, passed away December 29, 2019 at his home.

Mr. Vaglica was born August 28, 1951 to Carmello and Alma Vaglica in Cape Girardeau, MO.

Richard worked as a Bus Operator at KCI Airport before his retirement.  He loved hunting, fishing, motorcycle riding and inventing things.  He was a wonderful husband and father and loved his family and friends very much.

He is survived by his wife, Anita; daughter, Lesli and husband, Kalen Kieffaber; grandson, Dawson; granddaughter, Eleanor; sister, Melinda Gentry; and brothers, Mike and Danny Moore.

Visitation will be held from 10 to 11 a.m., Friday, January 3, 2020 with service following at Fry-Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, 208 S. Jefferson St., Kearney, MO. Burial will be at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Kearney, MO.

Our Sincere Condolences

Dear Anita and Leslie and family,
Cousin Richard is a great Man and now in heaven. The almighty has taken him up to heaven so he can rest. Danny has welcomed him with open arms. Just like the first time he met my Danny. Richard always enjoyed our family and was always here for our family. Watching him opening his arms to great us will surely be missed. Peace to all his family’s and loving and caring wife Anita and his precious daughter Leslie. Love to all your Cousins Rose (Danny) Lauren n Ariel and Leah Lundemo We love you from the bottom of our hearts.
Rose Weidner Lundemo

Richard was my first cousin. He was a wonderful father and husband. He was wonderful grandfather. Richard and I organized many family reunions together. I will miss his weekly phone calls. I am so heartbroken and I know that he is with our Lord Jesus Christ in heaven. We will always cherish his memory. My thoughts and prayers go to his family, Anita and Lesli. R.I.P my cousin I love you.

Rest in Peace Cousin Richard. My condolences to Anita, Leslie, and the rest of his family and friends. I will always cherish the wonderful memories that I have of Richard. The reunions and parties that we attended. He was always there to help people in need. He was not only a cousin, but also a friend.
Love, Ray Punches

With deepest sympathy…
Someone so special will not be forgotten.
Happy times I will never forget.
In our hearts we will never forget.
Thank you for the pleasure of meeting you, your family, and other extended family.
I hope we can continue to have family get togethers even if they are far and few in between.
Wonderful memories will live on forever.
Rest in peace cousin Richard.
Love, Ginger Punches

My sympathy goes out to the family. Cousin Richard will be dearly missed. He was a good man, if someone needed help he would be there to help with whatever they needed help with. I will miss him. God has taken another angel. He will be looking down on all of us to make sure we are all ok. RIP cousin Richard.
Love always, Angela