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Wilma Shilt

Aug 19, 1925 - Dec 01, 2023

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Wentzville, MO

Wilma Shilt passed away on December 1, 2023 at the age of 98. Wilma was born August 19, 1925 in Mercer County, Missouri, daughter of Francis Alvin Brummett and Sara Margaret (Wiggins) Brummett. She later met and married Russell Shilt and they were married many years before his passing in 1999. She is survived by her son, Russ (Janice) Shilt; daughter, Pat (Gene) Trussell; 8 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, and daughter, Janet Kay Shilt. S...Read More

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Betty Jo Scott

Mar 09, 1941 - Feb 17, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Betty Jo Scott, reunited in heaven with her cherished husband Jim Scott, on February 17th, 2024. Betty (Krebs) Scott, born to Mildred and John Krebs on March 9th, 1941. Married to Jim Scott for 57 years prior to his passing in 2019. Beloved mother of John (Judi) Scott, Julie Scott Soffner, Mickey (Lori) Scott. Grandmother of Amanda (Nick) Gerth, Jim (Megan) Scott, Luis (Candice) Soffner, Maria Soffner, Charlie Soffner, Jessica (Joe) Anderson, Mike (Kristin) Scott. Great-Grandmother (GiGi) to Stella, Henry, Teddy, Leo, Olivia, Jackson and Wesley. Sister of Carolyn (Jim) Gibbs, Jim (Marilyn) Krebs (deceased), cousin, aunt, and friend to so many. Betty and Jim lived a truly remarkable life together, raising a family alongside beloved friends and neighbors in the glory days of North County. St. Norbert parish was the anchor, as was Wedgwood subdivision and their booming community of friends and chosen family. Together, Betty and Jim created a home full of love, gatherings, fun and always… music. That little house on Bradwell Drive was the starting point for a legacy of adventures and life-long friendships that followed. Scott-Gallagher Soccer Club began as a small north county soccer club where Betty and Jim’s kids (and friends’ kids) could play high level soccer while growing as both players and people. As SGSC grew in size, so did the need for gathering spaces larger than the Scott family party room could provide. Betty famously ran the kitchen of Scott-Gallagher Bar and Grill in a tiny strip mall behind the St. Sabina soccer fields. Betty was known for her signature salads and fish on Lenten Fridays while Scotty and the band kept music playing for soccer families and life-long Florissant friends every weekend night. In the early 1980’s Betty and Jim followed one more dream by moving to High Hill, Missouri where they created yet another living legacy: the Scott Family Farm. Over the years the property grew along with the size of their family. True to form, ‘the farm’ continued the famous Scott gatherings, just a little further west. Parties, holidays, birthdays, JimFests, music festivals, hunting, fishing … celebrations were simply sweeter on ‘the farm’ and will continue to be for many years and generations of Scotts to come. Betty was the backbone of her family. Strong, capable, loving and quite willing to remain behind the scenes, Betty was the perfect partner for the outgoing and magnetic Jimmy Scott. Betty was never happier than when her family was gathered, having fun, playing music, and enjoying the farm to the fullest. Betty and Jim are reunited for eternity, guiding us on Earth in both love and fun, until we meet again. To to the family or in memory of Betty Jo (Krebs) Scott, please

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Carol P. Mosley

Oct 07, 1946 - Feb 16, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Carol P. (Porter) Mosley passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on February 16, 2024. Loving mother to Kathy (Terry) Hannon of Wentzville and David (Marjolein) Mosley of Lafayette, CA and beloved Mimi to James, Sara, Tyler, Aidan and Sterling. She was preceded in death by her father, Robert Porter Sr. and brothers Robert and Roy. She is survived by her mother Virdie Mae Porter, sisters, Valerie Mosley, Brenda Porter and Shirley (James) Robertson; nieces, Robin, Stephanie, Khalilah, Farah, Ferne, Patrice, Shawn, Lisa, Laura, Kiki and nephews, Kelvin, Damon, Jamal, Tommy, William, George and Vance. Carol was a member of Christ Church Cathedral in St. Louis. After retiring from real estate, she enjoyed gardening, baking, needle pointing and collecting art work. However, her greatest pleasure came from time spent with her grandchildren. She could be seen playing soccer in the front yard in a business suit and tennis shoes in between real estate appointments, playing on the beaches of Lake Tahoe or camping in the backyard with her grandchildren and the neighbor kids. She never missed a sporting event. She was a grandmother extraordinaire and will be truly missed. To to the family or in memory of Carol P. (Porter) Mosley, please

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Kathryn Hicks

Feb 17, 1966 - Feb 14, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Kathryn "Kathy" Hicks of Wentzville, MO passed away on February 14, 2024 at the age of 57. Kathryn was born February 17, 1966 in St. Charles, MO, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Bell) Bennett. Kathy graduated from Francis Howell High School where she was a standout basketball player and held the scoring record for years. She later met and married her loving husband Rob and they had one daughter, Ashley. Sports played a big part in Kathy's life, especially basketball. In addition, she enjoyed traveling and held a soft spot in her heart for animals. She is survived by her loving husband, Robert "Rob" Hicks of Wentzville, MO; her daughter, Ashley Hicks of Wentzville, MO; three brothers, Michael Bennett of Brentwood, CA, Eric (Barb) Bennett of St. Charles, MO, Jon Bennett of St. Charles, MO; father-in-law, Bob Hicks; two brothers-in-law, Randall (Jon) Hicks of Ballwin, MO and Rick Hicks of Wentzville, MO; She is preceded in death by her father, James Bennett, mother, Elizabeth "Penny" (Bell) Bennett, and mother-in-law, Bonnie Hicks. Kathy was a very social person and cherished time with family and friends. She will be missed by all who knew her. Memorial donations may be made to: Five Acres Animal Shelter, 1099 Pralle Ln, St Charles, MO 63303 ( )

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Marilyn L. Boman

Feb 25, 1933 - Feb 14, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Marilyn L. Boman passed away on February 14, 2024 at the age of 90 of Wentzville, Missouri. Beloved wife of Joseph Boman Sr. She is survived by her four daughters, Jean (Gary) Brinker of St. Charles, MO, Susan (Chris) Cagle of Defiance, MO, Mary Roth of Troy, MO, Lynn (Michael) Geiser of Defiance, MO; one son, Joe (Mary) Boman Jr. of Bonner Springs, KS; brother, Bill (Jane) Whelehon of Saint Louis, MO; grandchildren, Scott, Kristen, Allison, Jayden, Teresa, Haley, Michael; eleven, great-grandchildren; two, great-great grandchildren; She is preceded in death by her father, Charles Whelehon, mother, Mildred Whelehon, husband, Joseph Boman, Sr., daughter, Ellen King, grandchild, Shelly. Marilyn was a member of St. Theodore Church in Flint Hill, Missouri. She enjoyed her career as a Registered Nurse. Her hobbies included traveling, bird watching, sewing, gardening, and she was an avid animal lover. She enjoyed being with her friends. But most of all, she loved her family and being with all of them. Marilyn was loved and will be dearly missed by all who knew her. To to the family or in memory of Marilyn L. (Whelehon) Boman, please

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Genevieve "Dot" Sherman

Aug 31, 1930 - Feb 12, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Genevieve "Dot" Sherman of Wentzville, Missouri passed away on February 12, 2024 at the age of 93. Genevieve was born on August 31, 1930 to Hubert A. and Hulda A. Niederer. She was the beloved wife of William "Pete" Sherman of Wentzville, Missouri for 71 years; She is survived by, James (Julia) Sherman Theresa (Mark) Smythe, William Sherman, Gary (Sandy) Sherman, Daniel (Mindy) Sherman, Sheila (Pat Turner) Rhodes, Gail (Mike) Orf; 20 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren, also survived by her brother-in-law, John Maynard; She was preceded in death by her parents, Hubert and Hulda Niederer, her husband, William "Pete" Sherman, brothers, Joe (Violet) Niederer, Greg (Mary) Niederer, Kenneth (Leona) Niederer, Raymond (Alice) Niederer, Sisters, Rose (Clarence) Schulte, Ethel (Jerry) Briley, Margie Maynard, daughter-in-law, Peggy Sherman, son-in-law, Dennis Rhodes. Dot was a member of St. Theodore Catholic Church, The Ladies Sodality, St. Monicas's Sodality Quilters. She enjoyed quilting, dancing, singing and playing music. She enjoyed traveling and attending area picnics. She enjoyed spending time with family, especially family gatherings. She lived her whole life in the Flint Hill area. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her. To to the family or in memory of Genevieve "Dot" (Niederer) Sherman, please

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Layola Jean Marren

Dec 11, 1928 - Feb 12, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Layola Jean Marren passed away in Wentzville, MO on February 12, 2024 at the age of 95. She was born December 11, 1928 in Hermann, MO, daughter of the late James W. and Emma Christine (Neimeyer) Moyers. Layola was the beloved wife of Glennon W. Marren, Sr., they celebrated 57 years of marriage prior to his passing in 2006. She and Glennon had nine children. Layola was employed at Le Château Frontenac as a banquet waitress for over 40 years and was a member of the Ladies Sodality at Immaculate Conception in Dardenne. She is survived by her six children, Janet Piel of Wentzville, MO, Tina (Paul) Kuhlmann of St. Joseph, MO, Michael (Shelley) Marren of Wright City, MO, John Marren of St. Louis, MO, Jonie (Jeff ) Marren-Slaughter of Lake Sherwood, MO, Mary Ann Marren of Washington, MO; 23 grandchildren, Angela, Douglas, Jackie, John, Crystal, Lisa, Kelly, Katie, James, Jr., Jeffrey, Leslie, Melissa, Paul, Jr., Gregory, Christopher, Tabitha, Mike, Nicole, Jessica, Tim, Tara, Tessa, and Tyler; many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; nephew, Floyd (Geri) Fosnaugh; niece, Diane Baldwin; son-in-law, Victor Neunaber. She is preceded in death by her father, James W. Moyers, mother, Emma Christine (Neimeyer) Moyers, husband, Glennon W Marren, Sr., sons, Glennon Marren Jr. and James Marren, daughter, Linda Neunaber, sister, Doris Fosnaugh, sons-in-law, John Piel and Lynn Kelsick. Layola had many interests and hobbies including gardening, canning fruits and vegetables, writing poetry, working on crossword puzzles, selling Avon, and cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs. She also enjoyed drinking her virgin bloody marys and eating pickles (not at the same time). Layola will be remembered for her great sense of humor and has given her family many happy memories to cherish. Her greatest pleasure in life was the love she had for her family and the many years she was blessed to spend with them.

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Ashley May Green

Sep 04, 1988 - Feb 09, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Ashley May Green passed away on February 9th, 2024, at the age of 35. She was the wife to Brett Green. Loving daughter to Troy and Glenda Cavaness. Cherished mother to Cameron Hartzell (17) Evan Hartzell (15) and Harrison Green (2). Sister to Heather (Troy) Johnson. Aunt to Tripp Johnson. Granddaughter to Lori Mcdonald and a friend to many. She is preceded in death by her grandparents; Kenny and Beverly Cavaness. Glen and Claudine McDonald and her 5 angel babies. Ashley was very creative and enjoyed drawing. She was a movie enthusiast and she was as colorful as her language. She enjoyed fishing and spending time outdoors. Ashley dedicated her professional life to providing compassionate care to the elderly. A role she undertook with a profound sense of passion and commitment. Ashley was a devoted mother, providing unwavering love, and support. Her children were the center of her world, she worked tirelessly to give them the best life possible. Ashley was deeply loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. To to the family or in memory of Ashley May (Cavaness) Green, please

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Lynn Elaine Sears

Feb 20, 1950 - Feb 08, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Lynn Elaine Sears passed away on February 8, 2024 at the age of 73. Lynn was born February 20, 1950 in St. Louis, MO, daughter of the late Gilmore Louis and MaryAnn (Roche) Dosenbach. She is survived by her daughter, Heather (Michael) Sears; son, Michael Sears; brother, Kenny Dosenbach; and her grandchildren, Tyler Sears, Conor Frasier, Christopher Sears, Benjamin campos Sears, and Savino and Rosita campos Sears. She is preceded in death by her parents. In her free time, Lynn enjoyed writing, watching television, and talking on the phone with her friends and family. A future burial will take place at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Florissant, MO. In honor of Lynn, memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

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Marie P. Thurston

May 16, 1931 - Feb 09, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

Marie P. Thurston passed away on February 9, 2024 surrounded by her family at the age of 92. Marie was born May 16, 1931 in Terrytown, NY to John and Mary DiDio nee Hrezak. Marie was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Warrenton. Marie enjoyed reading, shopping, gardening, cooking and entertaining family and friends. Marie truly loved her family and she will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her. She is survived by her son, Dean J. (MaryAnn) Pomeroy of Wright City, MO; three granddaughters, Alexis (Dave) Mikus, Danielle (Scott Napoleon) Pomeroy, Jaci Pomeroy; 5 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her father, John DiDio, mother, Mary Didio, husband, William D. Thurston, Sr., son, Michael Pomeroy, brother, John DiDio, sister, Emily Toke. Memorial donations can be made to Holy Rosary Church in care of Pitman Funeral Home P.O. Box 126 Warrenton, MO 63383 To to the family or in memory of Marie P. (DiDio) Thurston, please

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Daniel Michael Bean

Sep 16, 1963 - Jan 31, 2024

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Wentzville, MO

"Daniel Michael Bean, 60 years young, went to be with our Lord in Heaven on Wednesday, January 31st, 2024, at home where he wanted to be, surrounded by his wife and family members. Dan was known to us as Pops, Ol Man, Big Guy, Burr Head, and of course Peter Pan! Some of us weren’t born into the titles of which we played in his life. Yet he had no problem letting you be where you wanted to be and welcomed everyone. Dan was a great listener. He was known to have his phone up to his ear listening and helping you solve all of your problems, as he pushed his own to the back burner. He truly had a kind soul. Dan was born on September16th, 1963, in St. Louis, MO. He was an over the road truck driver for more than 30 years. He was known in the industry to be able to make it anywhere in the United States. Well, none of the “O” States! Fighting that black dog! He is survived by his beautiful wife Brenda Bean (Nee; McDaniel) of Wentzville, MO. His children: Michael Bean and David Gilliland of Wentzville, MO, Donnie (Jessica) Bean of Wentzville, MO, Dustin (Caitlin) Bean of O’Fallon, MO, Sean (Ashley) Gilliland of Winfield, MO, Christopher (Meagen) Bean of Moscow Mills, MO, and his daughters Kelli (Dan) Owens of Pacific, MO and Christine Johnson of Wellsville, MO. Dans grandchildren of this village are Rebecca Leeann, Michael James, William Robert, Liam Patrick, Bentley Dean, Jameson Michael, Daisy Mae, Nataleigh Anne and Everleigh Marie. Dan was grateful to have gotten to meet baby Bennett. He is also survived by his mother, Mary Dwyer (nee; Martin) of St. Charles, MO. His brothers, Lon (Carolyn) Bean Sr. of Wentzville, MO, Joe Williamson of St. Charles, MO, and Lon (Jeannie) Bean Jr. of Winfield, MO, and his sisters, Angela (Mike) Kindle of Crestwood, MO and Paula Bean of St. Charles, MO not to forget Tyler (Caleigh) Bean of Winfield, MO Dan is preceded in death by his brothers Ron Bean and Donnie Bean, and his sister Maria Williamson. Uncle Joe said it best Wednesday over dinner, “It took a village!”. Indeed, it did! We learned this through all these years in this village, each of us filling in wherever needed! We were blessed to be a part of it and as promised to Dan, we will continue. We hope the angels know what they have up there because down here sorrow falls upon us like thick fog. He meant something kind of big to us and his departure comes painfully like a deep wound to our hearts, felt by us all, as he had such an impact on all our lives. Dan will be deeply missed. He said, “No Tears!” “Don’t cry for me!” Sorry Big Guy! Dan was so many things to each of us. But let me tell you a few things he was not. He was not in a hurry! He was not intimidating! And he was not a fish in a fishbowl! Until we meet again, you are forever in our hearts. For his friends and family that knew him best, may you find peace knowing we prayed Tuesday evening to the angels that they get his coffee ready on the way down here if they wanted to avoid the Nakey, Wakey, Shakey!! There will be a Memorial Gathering at Alternative Funeral \u0026amp; Cremation Services on Monday, February 5th, 2024, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm, with a Service at 7:00pm."

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