Kenneth “Hunter” Sapp-Hamilton

Kenneth “Hunter” Sapp-Hamilton, 29, of Kansas City, MO, passed away peacefully December 4, 2022. Hunter was born January 28, 1993, to Madonna Tyler and the late Kenneth “JR” Sapp.

There weren’t very many times you would see Hunter without his shades or his music. However, if you knew him you know. Hunter was a very passionate young man. When he was interested or intrigued by something he would learn everything about it. He had a love for animals that most of us did not understand especially for his own dogs. They were his babies. What we will remember most is his beautiful smile, his goofy laugh, and his annoying way to scare us because he thought it was funny.

Hunter was proceeded in death by his father, Kenneth “JR” Sapp; grandfather, Everett “Bud” Sapp; and aunt, Susan Mellon.

Survivors include his mother, Madonna (Stephen) Tyler; grandmother, Virginia Mathews; grandfather, Gary (Betsy) Mathews; grandmother, Dora Sapp; siblings, Amber (Nicholas), Sydney, Alenna, Emma, Jason, Josh, and Brittany; along with many nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Celebration of life will be held at a later date.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

My deep and most heartfelt sympathy goes to your family. I was blessed to know Hunter. I’ll never for get him.
His spirit is still close by.
Julie Comstock

Much love big Dawg.
Ryne Litton

I’m still stunned from when I heard the news. My deepest condolences to you and your family. He is missed so much already. Thankful to have met and got to know him.
Rest easy and pain free.
Fly high Hunter.

I will always treasure the memories of the time I spent with Hunter! He made the world a brighter place and will be dearly missed …
Love you always, Your friend, Mindy

It hurt my Heart to see a good person gone so soon. I pray for the family as they get through this time. And I pray that you Hunter find your peace in the universe .
I love you brother, Sloan

So very sorry for your loss.
Jan Orr