Services set for Ofc Michael Gayman of Joplin Police Dept

Visitation and funeral are Monday, April 11, Christ’s Church Oronogo, both open to the public. A private graveside will follow.
Funeral details for officer

WEBB CITY, Mo. — Services have been set for Ofc Michael Gayman of the Joplin Police Dept. Ofc Gayman died suddenly this past week.

After a career in law enforcement, Ofc Gayman retired in 2019 from the Joplin Police Dept. He returned immediately to serve in a different role as Joplin Police Officer at the Joplin Regional Airport.

Services… Monday, April 11th, at Christ’s Church of Oronogo, 22145 Kafir Rd., in Oronogo, Missouri.

Visitation… Funeral… Monday, April 11, 12:00 pm and funeral services will immediately follow at 2:00 pm. The general public is welcome to attend to honor and pay their respects to Ofc Gayman, his family, and friends.

Graveside… A private burial for family, close friends, and law enforcement will follow. Graveside services will be closed to the general public.

Funeral Procession… Will take place following services from Christ’s Church of Oronogo:

  • D Highway south to Hawthorne Rd
  • Hawthorne Rd west to Madison St
  • Madison St south to Mt. Hope Rd

The public is welcome to line the route to honor and pay respects to Officer Gayman and his family.

For those attending services at Christ’s Church of Oronogo, a parking guide map has been made available to direct individuals in attendance on where to enter and park.

Map

For those attending services at Christ’s Church of Oronogo, a parking guide map has been made available to direct individuals in attendance on where to enter and park. Map courtesy Joplin Police Dept.

More information and condolences may be viewed and expressed on Simpson Webb City Funeral Home.

We want to thank everyone for the love and support during this difficult time. We ask that you continue to keep Officer Gayman’s family, friends and the members of the Joplin Police Department, Joplin Regional Airport and the City of Joplin in your thoughts and prayers.” — JOPLIN POLICE