Clifford Aaron Mayfield

Clifford Aaron Mayfield

Clifford Aaron Mayfield

April 30, 1968~July 04, 2023

Clifford Aaron Mayfield of Seminole, Fl passed away at home surrounded by loved ones after a 21-month battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born in Kansas City, Missouri and graduated from Fort Osage High School in 1986, he served in the United States Army after he graduated high school. After his military career he had various sales positions including real estate.  He had a love for great cuisine but any who knew him would recall his three favorites as steak, lobster and crab legs. His favorite furry friends were felines. Pierre, Fat Cat, Abby, Rain and Loki were among his purrfect companions, and he dreamed someday to own a cat sanctuary or rescue. He was blessed to be well traveled but his favorite destination was always Las Vegas.

He was a very passionate sports fan for baseball and football with his favorites being of course the Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals and the Tampa Bay Rays.  He loved his friends dearly but longed for a family of his own and in the end he found that with Amy, Christian & Dalton.  He had a generous spirit and lived simply because making memories were more important than material things.

He will always be remembered for the way he used his humor to make people happy.

He was preceded in death by his parents Walter Mayfield Sr and Mary Mayfield and a brother Phillip Mayfield.

His survivors include his partner of 8 years Amy Sciriha and her 2 sons Christian and Dalton Sciriha, his sisters Kathy Miller and Lisa Ely, his three brothers Walter Mayfield Jr, Mark Mayfield and John Mayfield. His survivors also include 8 nieces and nephews.

Cliff personally asked in lieu of flowers any donations be made to Help Humane in Belton, Mo where he adopted his dear Abby.

Celebration of Life by his childhood friends

July 15th, 2023 at 3pm

Elm Grove Elementary School

18000 East Kentucky Road

Independence, MO

Celebration of Life

Elm Grove Elementary School


Kristina Vincent

July 13, 2023, 5:12 pm

You are so missed by all, Cliff. I miss our texts and seeing you when you were here in Kansas City. I’m glad you are not suffering anymore, but hate that you are not here. Until we meet again, my friend.


July 13, 2023, 5:43 pm

My sweet friend you will be missed. I will cherish all of our memories and remember you dearly 💜

Felicia Kluge

July 13, 2023, 5:44 pm

Cliff, was a great friend and mentor. He was always looking for ways to support those around him. He was always a positive person, even during challenging times. His presence on this Earth will be missed dearly. My prayers and thoughts are with Cliff’s friends and family during this challenging time.

Shane Moore

July 13, 2023, 6:37 pm

Rest in peace Cliff. Honored to have met you and create a handful of work memories within our friendship as well. Such a good person. We miss ya already! Love Shane.

Kym Lundy

July 13, 2023, 7:01 pm

How beautifully worded, Amy. I think that Cliff would be pleased. Although I never met Cliff, I know he was a terrific partner from you he loved you, you shined. I am also happy that he was there for your boys as a role model and that he was surrounded by love, fireworks on 4th of July.

Dondi Shahan

July 13, 2023, 8:10 pm

RIP CLIFF.. I love you forever…


July 14, 2023, 11:39 am

RIP Cliff. It was a pleasure to have known you. I’m happy that you found Amy and her boys to love and cherish. I know they made you happy…..


July 15, 2023, 8:19 pm

A piece of everyone who truly knew you has lost a piece of their heart without you, world’s of fun will never be the same! I hope you are getting all the kitty love in the next life! Love you Cliffie!


August 23, 2023, 6:13 pm

Deepest sympathy for your loved ones. Amy you are amazing, strong and beautiful. Thank you for caring for our friend. Cliff, For so long, too long, I would scroll your Facebook, looking for an update, hoping for good news. I never found it, obviously. What I find is an amazing, strong man, fighting for his life. Your heart is golden and I will always be thankful we reconnected from high school. I will never forget you. Rest in peace and one day, I’ll see you again! Your friend, Tina Brooks

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