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Jimmy Paul Dare

September 26, 1989 — March 16, 2020

Kansas City

James “Jimmy” Paul Dare was born September 26, 1989, left this world at the age of 30, to live in eternity.

Jimmy lived a simple life, he attended Chouteau elementary, Eastgate Middle and North Kansas City schools. After graduating in 2008, he joined the United Sates Air Force where he was a mechanic. He was stationed in McGuire Air Force Base where we worked on the KC-10 Jet Refueler planes. Like his grandfather, Jimmy worked well with his hands and after being honorably discharged from the Airforce in 2010, he started Beaver Tree Service. Wanting to do more, Jimmy went back to school and earned a mechanical engineering certificate—graduating top in his class-- and went to work for Vestas. He was an adventurous man he loved to ride motorcycles, ATV’s and his bicycle. It was the outdoors where Jimmy found peace and solace; weather it was camping, riding dirt bikes, or just walking through the woods and enjoying nature. Another hobby, he would spend a lot of time weaving chainmaille.  Jimmy loved concerts—often, he would hang out after the concerts to get autographs and meet members of the band. He achieved a lot in his short time on earth and had dreamed of even bigger things. His greatest love and happiness came on March 9, 2017, when his son Loki was born. Jimmy had a knack for making friends everywhere he went. He will be greatly missed by those who loved him most, especially his son Loki, his Mom Sandi Sawtell and his sister Holly Bailey. Sandi always said it was an honor to be Jimmy’s Mom—No matter what.

On March 16, 2020, Jimmy was reunited in heaven with his Grandparents Mattie and Paul Dare Sr., Frank and Annabelle Baker, his favorite “Uncle Chunor” (Paul Dare Jr.)  and other aunts, uncles, extended family and friends.

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