Weston C Breshears, 79, of Lamar, Mo, passed away August 2, 2016 at Freeman Hospital in Joplin, MO.  Weston was born May, 28, 1937 the first born of Lydia (Jeffries) Shelton and John Breshears.  Weston was a man of service, serving his family, his country, during his career in the U.S. Air Force, his church as an active member of Liberty Baptist Church of Lamar, MO, and community as an active member of the local Gideon Chapter.

     Wes placed his faith in Jesus Christ and was saved at a very early age. He served as deacon, trustee, Sunday School teacher, pastor's confidant and trusted friend. He loved the Lord with all his heart and served Him faithfully all his days.

     When Wes retired from the Air Force in September of 1975, he then worked at Solid State Circuit in Springfield, Mo. until they moved to Lamar, Mo, where he became an active member of Liberty Baptist Church.  Wes substituted at the Christian School where he imparted his vast knowledge of Science as related to God's Holy Word.

     Preceding Wes in death are his mother, Lydia (Jeffries) Shelton, his grandson, Kenneth E. Hicks Jr., and brother, Jerry Breshears.

     He is survived by his devoted and beloved wife, Patricia (Morris) Breshears of 60 years, his brother Alan (Sally) Breshears, his sister Barbara (Breshears) Rector, his sister Juanita Schmidt of Platte City, CO., his daughter Kathy (Michael) Watkins of Wrightwood, CA, his son Michael (Melody) Breshears of Tulsa, OK, his daughter Toni (Randy) Smith of Branson, MO, his daughter Betti (John) Henry of Crofton, KY, his son Robert (Karen) Breshears of Warrensburg, MO. Weston had his quiver full with 17 grandchildren, 45 great-grandchildren, and one great, great-granddaughter

     Funeral Service will be 10:00 am, Friday August 5,2016 at Daniel Funeral Home with burial to follow in Morehead Cemetery.

     The family will receive friends 6:00 to 7:00 pm, Thursday at the funeral home.

     Contributions are suggested to Gideons International in care of Daniel Funeral Home.



#8 Toni Breshears Smith 2016-08-10 06:51
My father was my hero, my friend, my confident, my strength in challenging times, my daddy, my father, my teacher, and most importantly, my spiritual mentor. I will miss him deeply, probably for the rest of my day here on this earth. However, I have faith that I will see him again one day and spend eternity with him.
It is a comfort to see that he was cherished by so many.
I miss you dad, so so much.
#7 Kimberling City, MOGlenda and Steve Dunn 2016-08-07 18:35
Goodbye Wes, you were the kindest and smartest man we ever knew and were honored to call you our friend. We are saying a prayer for your family.
#6 Clyde, OHMarilyn Mammen 2016-08-04 19:47
Dear Breshears Family,
Wes was a dear & loving friend to Rick & I. We enjoyed so many enjoyable times with him & Pat & also with many of you. His love for the Word of God showed every time he taught Sunday School & explained a scientific principle based on God's divine creation. Many times his explanations were way over my head but I would sit in awe as I listened to him. His love for his family & your respect & love for him was such a Godly example to us all on family relationships. My heart grieves that I was not able to bid him one final farewell, but my heart rejoices that he is now in the presence of Jesus. His body will be placed close to Rick's at Moorehead. What a blessing to know that at the Rapture, they will rise together. Will be thinking & praying for you as you lay his body to rest. My love to you all.
#5 Lamar, MODenzil Voorhees 2016-08-04 18:25
Pat so sorry to hear of Wes passing may God comfort you at this time .
#4 Clyde, OhioFrank Weasner 2016-08-04 17:41
What a blessing it was to know your dad. May God's peace and comfort be yours in the days to come.
#3 Centertown MoAllen and Sally Breshears 2016-08-04 11:34
WE love you Brother. We already miss you..
#2 Lamar, MOPastor & Mrs. Jeff Quigley 2016-08-03 16:18
Dear Sister Patricia, Mike, Robert, Kathy, Toni and Betti, and to all of Bro. Wes's grandkids and family - We have all enjoyed the privilege of loving and being loved by one of the Lord's choicest servants. I have often sat in wonder with Bro. Wes as he would remark about the blessings of the Lord on his life, considering his wonderful wife and beautiful family. My time with your dad was truly a gift, and I'll not soon forget the lessons he taught to me. You are a very special family. From our hearts to yours, our prayers are with you. We love you all.
#1 Gary and Elizabeth Colbert 2016-08-03 11:01
We loved that great man of God. He will be truly missed

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