Thomas Cisneros

12/09/1957 - 02/23/2020

Funeral Mass for Thomas Cisneros, 62, will be at All Saints Catholic Church in Kansas City, Kansas, on Friday, March 13th, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. with burial to follow at Mt. Cavalry Cemetery. Thomas passed away on Sunday, February 23rd, 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri. Thomas was born on December 9th, 1957 in Kansas City, Kansas, the son of Thomas David Cisneros and Maria Nieves Chavez. Thomas was an outgoing guy who liked to go fishing, hunting, and throwing back some cold ones and smoking that maryjane and making bonfire’s in the backyard of his house. If he was not at home, you could catch him on 7th and Central Ave walking and yelling like an Indian to Bethany Park or at the Gaslight when he was in his hay day. Thomas was also a part of the Kickapoo Tribe Of Horton, Ks. He strongly loved his Indian background as he said (I'm an Indian Vato. He loved to do the eagle dance for his kids. He also had a great sense of humor and was such a character and loved to laugh. He loved his Kids and family very much and had a big heart and opened his door to anyone in need. Thomas will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him and loved him but his Body, Mind and Spirt are free from pain and suffering but the memories of him will live on forever. ........... Thomas is survived by his wife Carla Sue Sutton (Badillo) four children Thomas William Cisneros Jr, Regina Nicole Cisneros, Cheyenne Renee Cisneros and Brittney Sue Cisneros(Badillo); Two Grandchildren, Isaiah David Cisneros And Olivia Marie Cisneros; His brothers, Frank Garcia and Rudy Garcia; And his sisters, Marie Damian, Julie Calderon, Andrea Cisneros, Arita Elliott, and Francis Damian, as well as many nieces and nephews. Thomas was preceded in death by his Son John Joseph Cisneros; Father, Thomas David Cisneros and Mother, Maria Nieves Chavez Visitation will be at Larkin & Garcia Funeral Care from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 12th, 2020. For further questions, please contact our funeral home.

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  1. Mary Juarez says:

    I will miss my cousin very much, I remember our childhood and how he protected me and my sister from anyone who would try to bully us, like from his brother Bobby. Well we were young and back then, it was all just family and our way of life. He was a very loving cousin and loved life, I’m just sorry, it was taken away at an early age, the things he could of accomplished, but with others cruel intentions, and the hurt he went through after his incident that left him confined to a nursing facility. He had love and support from his family who were by his side to the end. I will miss you cuz. Love your cuz Rose.

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