Jimmie H. Ferguson, Age :81
Sep 29,1939---Nov 15,2020

Jimmie H. Ferguson, 81, of Kansas City, KS, passed away Sunday, November 15, 2020.  Due to COVID-19 there will be a private family mass and burial will be in Hanover, Kansas.

Jim was born September 29, 1939, in Kansas City, KS to William and Winifred Ferguson, he was 1 of 11 children.  He served his country in the United States Air Force. After the Air Force he continued serving his community as a Firefighter in Kansas City, KS.  Following his retirement from the Kansas City, Kansas Fire Department, Jim followed his passion for woodworking spending many hours with projects that he was very proud of.   Jim also loved his garden.   He grew and maintained a variety of plants that brought him joy each year.   We will miss his story telling and unique insight.

Jim was a member of Our Lady of Unity Catholic Church and the Kansas City, KS Fire Department Relief  Association.  He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Wilhelmina K. Ferguson, 3 sons; Allen (Mary Ann) Ferguson, Paola, KS, Michael (Kristina) Ferguson, Overland Park, KS, Jim (Elizabeth) Ferguson, Prairie Village, KS, brother Bob Ferguson, Sisters Dorothy Phillips, Winiferd Braden, 9 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.


Robin Lafferty and Family Nov 17 ,2020

Family Friend ,Roeland Park ,Kansas

We are so very sorry for your loss. We will miss his laugh and his kindness. He was very personable and a joy to be around. We are grateful to have been apart of his life. RIP Jim. The Lafferty Family.

Shay and Ty Lewis Nov 18 ,2020

Neighbor ,KC, KS ,Kansas

Jimmie was a light and a delight. When we were first time homeowners and moved into his neighborhood, he was so generous with us (like a dad) in sharing his knowledge, tools, plants and seeds, stories, time, physical labor, general friendship, etc with us. He made us feel so welcome from the very beginning - as if we belonged from the start. He always ended our visits with "If there's anything I can ever do to help you in any way, please let me know" and he really, really meant it. We will cherish his memory and will try to be people who can live up to his example on how to be a good neighbor.

Jim and Vivian Martin Nov 18 ,2020

friend ,Hanover ,Kansas

Sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. You are in our are thoughts and prayers praying that God will give you comfort during your time of sorrow.

Lynne Stirling Nov 23 ,2020

Family friend ,Spring Hill ,Kansas

We send our love and prayers for healing hearts to Wilhelmina, and all the family! "A sweeter guy you would never meet"! Love Mark and Lynne Stirling