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In Loving Memory

Eiring, Jr. Conrad

Conrad Eiring, Jr.  Tuesday, February 13, 2024.  Dear husband of the late Mary Anne Eiring; dear father of Julie (Keith) Goodman, John, James Eiring and the late Jane Eiring; dear grandfather of Christopher, Amanda, Andrew and Daniel; great grandfather of Mason; dear uncle of Robert, Donald and Cheryl; dear brother of the late Robert Eiring and our dear friend.

Services:  Funeral at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Road Tuesday, Febuary 20, 11:30am.  Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.  Visitation Monday 5-8pm.


2 thoughts on “Eiring, Jr. Conrad”

  1. So sorry to hear of the passing of your father Conrad. It is so hard to lose a loved one who is so near and dear to us. Take comfort in knowing he is at peace with our Lord Jesus Christ. 🙏. Those we love will always be a part of us . ❤️ Take comfort in the special moments and memories you shared and his presence will always be with you to guide you. Each day will get a little easier.

  2. I had the honor to spend the past year with Pop. He always had a smile for me everytime I walked in the room he was. Often times when it was his bedtime I’d go in his room and read him a book of prayers that he read religiously everyday, in the morning and then before he went to sleep. Pop loved to eat, and I was happy to cook whenever I could. I loved Pop like my own dad. I have a couple videos of him a couple days before he passed that I will always cherish. Pop was a firecracker, and I’m going to miss him everyday. Rest in peace Pop. I’m so happy your going to be with your wife, who you talked about always. Pop loved his wife from here to the moon. Lucky for him he’ll be spending Valentine’s Day with the only woman he truly loved. Pops happy and at peace now, and that’s all any of us could hope for.
    Love Jim Noack


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