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Dusty James Kincaid

July 25, 1980 — October 25, 2017

Dusty James Kincaid was born on July 25, 1980, in Springfield, Missouri, to James Kincaid and Barbara (Davis) Crisp. The words ‘he loved life’ does not even begin to describe him. ‘Bigger than life’ may be a decent start. He was a graduate of Mountain Grove High School, class of 1998. Dusty had a brilliant mind and excelled in areas such as math, science, physics, and chemistry.

Dusty sincerely loved the outdoors, being at one with nature and God, in one space. His love for Christ was evident in his conversations and his enthusiasm for life. He was baptized October 5, 2014, by Dennis Walton in Willow Springs, Missouri, with his beloved wife, Treshia Kincaid.

He was often times found communing with nature through his passions for fishing and hunting. He could be on a boat and raking in the fish right next to his friends who weren’t catching crap. He would trade them his pole with the lure and everything and still out fish them. For all those hunters who need to spend thousands of dollars to bag ‘The Buck’, Dusty had you at the donning of orange. It’s like he could smell it, he invested his spirit in the hunting season and took pride in the time he spent exploring the forests God created and the animals put here to nourish our bodies. He was always who he was, no matter where you met him or who was around. The warmth and comfort found within one of Dusty’s hugs is indescribable. They were the ‘squeeze you to death but leave you wishing for more’ type. The completely contagious laugh that came from him leaves us all wishing to hear it at least once more. His laugh came from his soul, deep inside, that penetrated us into every cell of our being and compelled us to spontaneously laugh with him even if we weren’t quite sure why we were laughing.

Dusty married Treshia Freeman Kincaid on October 15, 2010, at Vanzant, Missouri. Within this union, the two shared five children, Colton Hensley, 18, Zachary Campbell, 16, Shi Hensley, 16, Gwendolynn Kincaid, 16, and Harley Hensley, 14.

Dusty was preceded in death by his Grandpa Davis, his Grandpa Kincaid, his uncle, Robert Kincaid, and his cousin, Katrina Altizer.

Dusty is survived by his wife, Treshia, and their children, Colton, Shi, Harley, Zachary, and Gwen, all of Mountain Grove, Missouri, his father, James Kincaid and his wife, Amanda, and their two children, Thomas and Lilly, of Cabool, Missouri, his mother, Barbara Crisp and her husband, Matthew, of Houston, Missouri, his brother, Austin Delcour of Springfield, Missouri, his grandma, Evelyn Kincaid and Richard Caudron of Nixa, Missouri, and grandparents, Ava and Joy Briscoe of Willow Springs, Missouri. Seriously there is a myriad of family, friends, and loved ones that are entirely too numerous to mention but they know who they are. If you love him, he loves you.
We love this man, we will always love this man. There is nothing we can say to make this situation any more bearable than it is. We hope each and every one of you remember him as the giant spirit that he was and will be within each and every one of us. We hope with all sincerity that all of us can carry on within ourselves the spirit for life and love that he owned every single day.

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Memorial Service

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Starts at 3:00 pm (Central time)

Directions: Travel south on Wall Road out of Mountain Grove. Before the road turns to gravel, the driveway will be on the right directly across from Dogwood Road. There will also be a sign at the top of the driveway.

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