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Victor Lee Black 1948-2021

St. Jospeh, Missouri…..Victor “Buck” Black, age 72, was born November 19, 1948 the son of Audrey (Easton) Black and William “Bill” Black and passed away April 23, 2021.

Buck graduated from Christian Brothers High School in St. Joseph, MO in 1966 and He served in the United States Navy from September 1966 to September 1969.

On September 12, 1970 Buck and Connie Lou (Allison) Black were united in marriage. They were married 44 years prior to her passing on October 2, 2014.

Buck worked nights at Pearl Brewery in St. Joseph and days in the family business of Black Construction before he became the owner of Black Gunite in St. Joseph.

Buck most recently was residing at the Cameron Veterans Home. He had previously lived several year in Amazonia, MO. He was involved in the community and city of Amazonia.

He is preceded in death by his wife; parents; brother Dan Black; brother-in-law Jim Allison; father-in-law, J.W. Allison.

Survivors include his daughter, Buffy, St. Joseph; Granddaughters, Cayla, Sophia & Iceland; Grandsons, Remy & Tesla; Sister, Janie (Rich) Post, Maysville; Mother-in-law, Louise Allison McFee, Maysville; Brother-in-laws, Harold (Jackie) Allison, Weatherby, Ron (Deb) Alison, St. Joseph, Holley (Shelly) Allison, Battle Mountain, NV; Sister-in-laws, Joni Allison, Amazonia and Donna (Danny) Swope, Maysville; numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and to many friends to count.

Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at Turner Family Funeral Home of Maysville with burial following at St. Joseph Memorial Park Cemetery with Military Honors. Visitation: one hour prior to funeral service at the funeral home. Memorial Contributions: Camp Quality, or Noyes Home for Children. Online condolences:

3 Responses to “Victor Lee Black 1948-2021”

  1. Karen Anderson April 27, 2021 at 1:31 pm #

    Our deepest sympathy to everyone who loved Buck and I believe that would include about anyone who ever knew him. Buck was a gentle, generous, soft spoken man with a fun loving nature and a quick wit. Special thoughts go out to the families he loved.

  2. Steve Easton April 28, 2021 at 2:23 am #

    I am sorry for your loss of Buck. Up until he went to the military I used to see him once or twice a year. After that I rarely saw him as I lived in Iowa and 6 other states. He was fun to be around. He was quiet but could mix it up. RIP Buck. You are missed. Steve, Becky Easton, Anna Easton Hamaker

  3. Dawn April 28, 2021 at 2:44 pm #

    Our hearts and prayers go out to Buck’s (aka. Boo Boo) family and friends. We thought a lot of him. He was always cheerful and friendly, with a smile on his face. He had a love for life and people. He could always make us laugh, and we enjoyed talking to him and swapping stories. He will be greatly missed.
    May the Peace of God be with you,
    Hugs and Prayers,
    Dawn and Johnna

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