Bill Laundy,77, Tonganoxie, Kansas was promoted to glory, at his home, on February 1, 2012.
Bill was a retired disabled army veteran and was widely known as “Kansas Citys own” Bill Laundy during his country music singing career. He was a lifetime member of PVA, DAV and the American Legion.
He is preceded in death by his father: Joseph Laundy, mother: Genevieve Gover and sisters: Raylene Wright, Jackie Huckaby and Donna Jo West.
He is survived by his wife of 29 years Debbie Laundy, his children Daniel Laundy, Ola Reynolds, Philip Laundy, Micah Laundy, Yvette Laundy, 7 grandchildren, several great grandchildren, 3 beloved brothers and 2 loving sisters.
Visitation will be held February 11th 1:00-2:30pm with memorial immediately following at West Haven Baptist Church 1000 West St. Tonganoxie, Ks.
Bill cared deeply for the needs of others and wished for all to know Jesus.
According to his wishes, in lieu of flowers, donations will be accepted for Focus On Missions.
Messages & Condolences
I just founf out today of Bill passing.What a wonderful friend he was. I first met Bill in the early 60 when he was singing in the clubs. He was a regular where I work every Satutday.I still have several of his recordings. I am so glad that he found the Lord Jesus Christ. What a voice!!!. Debbie you and the family was the sparkle in his eyes you were god sent. My whole family sends our blessings to you and the family. He uis now a voice in the Lords Heavenly Choir.God Bless my friend RIP.
prayers for all the family. we knew Bill before he had to ride in the wheelchair and now PTL he don’t need it again.. walking on streets of gold.
Someone said his music was on You-tube; does anyone know how to access it?
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Debbie. May God bless and keep you. Love, Gene and Carol
Thanks for the good memories, and sympathy is sincerely sent to Debbie and the entire family. Bill Davis and I used to hear him sing at many different clubs and events. One of his most-requested songs was, “What Color Is Love?” I still have one of his records he gave us in the late 50’s or 60’s. So glad to know he put his trust in Jesus!
I haven’t talked with Bill in more than a decade, but I will always remember his music and warm personality. Hugs to his family and friends.
Debbie, I am very sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. May God be with you and your family at this time.
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