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    Thomas "Tommy" Lee Rives, age 26, of Lamar, MO died Friday April 17, 2015 in an automobile accident.

    Tommy was born July 27, 1988 at Kinsley, KS to Clark and Teraysa (Henderson) Rives. 

    Tommy graduated Harrison, AR High School in 2007 and worked as a diesel mechanic for KRD Trucking.  He loved hiking and fishing and enjoyed hunting for morel mushrooms in the spring.  He was engaged to be married to the love of his life. 

    Survivors include his fiancée, Crystal Renee Buholzer of Lamar; twin infant children, Walker Lee Rives and Estelle Renee Josephine Rives; a step-son Kaleb Michael Parcell; two brothers, Cory Joe Minear, of Moundville, MO and Nicholas Charles Rives of OK; three sisters, Monica and husband Josh Grummert of Kenesaw, NE, Nikki Rives of Lamar, MO and Christy Hewitt of Salina, KS; his mother Teraysa Rives of Nevada, MO; two grandfathers, James Rives of Moundville, MO and Terry Henderson of Salina, KS.

    Tommy was preceded in death by his father and both grandmothers.

    Friends and family will gather to celebrate Tommy's life, 11:00 am Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Daniel Funeral Home.

    Contributions are suggested to Tommy Rives family in care of Daniel Funeral Home.


 

Comments  

#9 Sheldon, MOChris Leer 2015-05-03 14:49
I met tommy from school when i was first started in elementary school at bronaugh school in bronaugh and i am so sorry to hear the news of his loss and i am very upset because he was a loving friend to me and i am very sorry that he will be missed by alot of people he knew from school and i am very sorry he is gone because he died from an automobile accident and i am saying a prayer now and hope that people will understand and please let us know if you do need help with anything fianances or money and i am going to say goodbye for now

Sincerely,
Chris Leer
#8 Bolivar, MODoug & Terri Angleton 2015-04-25 07:28
Tammy, we are so sorry for you & your family's loss. Words can never fill the emptiness, but please know you all are in our thoughts & prayers. God bless.
#7 Salina, KsBrice Gilbert 2015-04-24 15:32
I am a good friend of Christy's in Salina. I am so sorry for your family's loss. I know Christy thought the world of her "baby" brother, and she will miss him dearly. All of the family have been in my thoughts and prayers. I am honored Christy asked me to attend the service with her Saturday.

Respectfully,
Brice Gilbert
#6 Lamar M.OHope Crockett 2015-04-23 15:23
I didn't know you like everyone else but I know you were an awesome person and would help others I know that from experience I know i told you already but thank you again for coming and pulling me and Wes out when we got stuck before we got caught and in trouble. We'll all meet again someday so until then you watch over them babies and Crystal and let them know your there as much as possible.
#5 Chicago, ILCo-worker 2015-04-22 18:17
I'm so sorry for your loss, I didn't know Tommy personally but we work for the same company and I was so sorry to hear of the tragic accident. May God watch over all of his loved ones during this difficult time. Keep all the good memories close to your heart, sounds like he was a gentle soul.
#4 Winfield KansasCathy Holloway and family 2015-04-20 14:17
With much sympathy.
#3 Lamar, MOAmanda Foster 2015-04-20 08:44
We came by yesterday Tommy to see you one last time my friend. It was the hardest goodbye I had to say. You were just to young to go!! Much Love and we'll see you again!

Our community has lost a great man, fiance, father, brother, uncle and cousin! We were truly blessed to be a part of his life and I thank god for that!
#2 Lamar, MOSarah Jaryno 2015-04-20 07:26
Tommy was a good man, father, friend, neighbor, and he will be missed by many. Rest in Peace Tommy. I will miss you dearly...
#1 Carthage, MOTravis 2015-04-20 05:58
I met Tommy through work last year and got to know him a little bit more day by day. He was and still is a very caring and loving man and father. He will be missed around here at work, and at home. My condolences and prayers go out to his family and friends. May he go "Rest High on That Mountain" with the Lord and watch over his family and friends. You will be missed by many Tommy.

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