Bob B. Brenton, Jr. 79, a Northland resident of Kansas City, MO passed away on Friday, June 5, 2020 at Ignite Medical Resort. Bob was born March 12, 1941 to Bob B. and Mary (Long) Brenton, Sr. in Jefferson City, MO.
Bob graduated from High School in Liberal, KS; he continued his education at K State. During his college years he worked at Rock Island Railroad as a Brakeman in Goodland, KS. He later worked as a Train Master/Conductor in Des Moines, Iowa and Muscatine, IA. After leaving the railroad Bob operated a salvage business in the Denver, CO area.
He loved fishing, golfing (south paw), and going to the casino, spending time at his daughter and son-in-law home with his grand-dogs and Clydesdale Paint horse, Oliver. Spending time with family meant everything to him; especially his grandchildren and favorite son-in-law, Dr. Jim.
He is survived by his daughter, Elizabeth McDonald and her husband, Dr. James McDonald of Parkville, MO; a son, William Brenton of Kansas City, MO; five of the greatest grandchildren ever: Corynn, Jackie, Jaymie, Jayce and Max; and a beloved sister, Susan Hunter and her husband Larry of Olathe, KS. He was preceded in death by his parents, his soulmate, Wanda Brenton; a daughter, Jacqueline Brenton and a son, Bob B. Brenton, III.
There will not be any formal services. Bob’s wishes to be cremated and buried in Denver, CO will be honored by his loving family. Memories of Bob and condolences to the family may be shared at meyersfuneralchapel.com