May 14, 1951---May 20, 2023

Blain E. Schober, 72, of Greenwood, MO passed away Saturday evening, May 20, 2023 at home with his loving family by his side.

Graveside Services will be held Thursday, May 25, 2023 at 2:00 p.m.  at Pleasant View Cemetery, 6025 Quivira Road, Shawnee, Kansas

He was born May 14, 1951 in Kansas City, KS to Blain H. and Grace M. (Shutt) Schober.  Blain is survived by his wife of 52 years, Debbie S. (Messick) Schober; daughter and her husband, Amy and Don Tattershall; grandchildren, Lilli, Dalton and Jessie; brother and his wife, Edwin and Pat Schober; brother-in-law to Steve and Deb, Lori and Bernie, and Jim; son-in-law to Betty; nieces and nephews, Jennifer and Dan, Brian, Aaron, Daniel, Melissa, Andrea, Kim and Kelly; great grandchildren, Leo and Santiago;  and numerous great nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Blain and Grace; brother-in-laws, Gary and Mike Messick.

Blain worked in the commercial construction industry for 55 years retiring as a Construction Superintendent.  He enjoyed boxing, basketball and baseball as a young man.  In his later years he traveled for work and enjoyed exploring local restaurants.  Above all else, he enjoyed spending time with his family.  He will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by his family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Amerian Cancer Society.

Casket Bearers:  Don Tattershall, Steve Messick, Aaron Messick, Daniel Messick, Dan McNickle and Bernie Passler.



Darrin Ingram May 23, 2023

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

I had the pleasure of working with Blain on numerous construction projects. He was a great friend and was always laughing and smiling when we met on the job site or meeting for one of our “solve the worlds problems” lunches! He was such a kind soul and would do anything for anyone in need. He will be truly missed!

Edwin Schober May 23, 2023

Brother ,Lee’s Summit ,Missouri

Blain is my younger brother but I always looked up to him and he was, and is my hero. I’ve always been so proud of his skill and accomplishments, none more so than his love and care for his family. Our hearts are heavy, but his goodness and his smile will never be forgotten, and our love for him will never be extinguished. ??

Kelly May 23, 2023

Family friend ,Independence ,Missouri

Blain was a great person! I remember the good family times when we I was younger! I enjoyed knowing Blain he had a heart of gold and always a smile. Even though I didn’t see you much I will always remember your bright happy heart!????

Vanessa Oyler May 25, 2023

Friend ,Independence ,Missouri

Blain worked with my husband Terry Oyler for many years. He taught my husband how to be a construction superintendent. They worked in town and out of town on several jobs. They became very good friends. Blain was a wonderful person and helped everyone on his jobs. He was very kind and caring.

Tim Bulloc May 25, 2023

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

I met Blain on a job site nearly 30 years ago and immediately knew he was a great person. I can’t count the number of times I called him for advice on work and personal issues. Blain always had the answer. I wouldn’t have had the successful career I’ve enjoyed without his wisdom. He was a great friend that will be truly missed.

Jim Blake Jun 30, 2023

Friend ,Shawnee ,Kansas

Hi,Debbie. Broke my heart hearing about Blaine. We were great friends in Jr high at at North. We played baseball together for years. Prayers for you and your family. My cell is 913 207 6511.


Graveside Service
Pleasant View Cemetery
6025 Quivira Road
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May 25, 2023
2:00 PM
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