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Jeffrey Ray Talbert, 62, was born on September 18, 1960, in Kansas City, Kansas to the union of Margaret Talbert and
Clyde Talbert Sr. He was the eighth child of the last set of twins.
Jeffrey confessed his life to Christ at an early age. He was baptized at Macedonia Baptist Church in Kansas City, MO
under the leadership of Pastor Preston Allen, Jr. He was a member of Victory Way Church under the leadership of Bishop
Jeffrey attended Paseo High School. He worked for the United States Postal Service, and North Kansas City Hospital. His
most recent employment was with the Missouri Voter Registration.
While Jeffrey did not have children of his own, he helped raise his nieces and nephews. He also helped his aunts and
uncles whenever possible.
Jeffrey was featured on the news in the greater Kansas City area for a home ownership project. He moved into his home
and was proud to be part of the ownership project. Jeffrey loved gardening. He contributed to the community garden
project in his area.
Coming from a family that loved music, Jeffrey would DJ and always carried a whistle. He would blow his whistle to hype
the crowd to get up and get to the dance floor. He was great at “Two-step” and loved doing it every chance he got. Jeffrey
had a vast collection of albums. He was the life of the party and loved by many.
The gates of heaven opened for Jeffrey on January 9, 2023, at his home. His father, Clyde Talbert Sr., mother, Margaret
Talbert, brother Maurice Talbert, his twin brother, Jerome Ray Talbert, and nephew, Lonnell Talbert, all precede him in
He leaves to cherish his memories, two brothers, Clyde Talbert Jr., and Craig Talbert; five sisters, Linda Talbert, Catherine
Robertson, Marilyn Johnson (William), Carolyn Johnson, and Zenobia Mondaine, all of Kansas City, MO. Bonus sister,
Renita Scott; uncles, Douglas Ford Sr., and Claude Ford; aunts, Marie Tolbert, and Roberta Diamond; special cousin,
Cynthia Dillon; brother-friend, Lewis Walker Jr, and a host of other family, and friends. He surely will be missed.
Saturday, January 21, 2023
2:00 - 3:00pm (Central time)
Jamison Memorial Temple CME
Services will be held on Saturday January 21, 2023, visitation will be from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. with services beginning at 3 P.M. at Jamison Memorial Temple CME Church
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