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Raytown Mourns the Passing of STEPHEN H. MAYHEW

 STEPHEN H. MAYHEW

Stephen H. Mayhew, 41, Kansas City, MO passed away unexpectedly Feb. 27, 2015.  A memorial service will begin at 1 pm, Sat., March 7 at the First United Methodist Church of Independence, 400 West Maple Avenue, Independence, MO 64050 followed by a Celebration of Life Party in the Fellowship Hall of the church. In lieu of flowers the family requests contributions made out to: Stephen Mayhew Memorial. Please  mail to CACU, 1800 S. Outer Rd, Blue Springs, MO 64015  Attn: Joanne Slone. Stephen was born Dec. 6, 1973 in Kansas City, MO and graduated from Raytown High School in the Class of 1992.  He was very active in school with Drama, Theater,  Cross Country, Track,  Boys State, Honors Society and Key Club. He worked many years for Lon Lane’s Inspired Occasions. He had a passion for cooking and entertaining, but most all he loved his daughter Makayla. As an Eagle Scout, he was a Warrior in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say and his name was “Brother of Mighty Swift-Flying Bald Eagle.” Stephen was an organ donor which gave many others a second chance to live.  He is survived by his daughter Makayla Mayhew; his parents Roger and Claretta Mayhew; brother Rick Mayhew and wife Dawne, all of Kansas City, MO; grandmother Zetta Tannahill; aunt Sue Snow, both of Independence, MO;  uncle Allan Tannahill and wife Brenda, Normal, IL and many other family members. Online condolences may be expressed at www.speakschapel.com

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