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Kathleen Follmer

In Loving Memory

Follmer, Kathleen M.

Follmer, Kathleen M. (nee Metzger) Monday November 6, 2023. Beloved wife of Phillip Gregg Follmer. Dear mother of Ryan (Dawn) Follmer. Dear grandmother of Madison Follmer and Camden Follmer. Our dear sister of 3, aunt, niece, cousin and friend.

Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Wednesday November 15 at 9:00 am. Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Associate member of Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1028. In lieu of flowers, contribution to Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1028, Payable to VVA Chapter 1028, mailed to C/O Tom Brophy, 6026 Arthur Ave., St. Louis, MO 63139 appreciated. Visitation Tuesday 4-8 pm.


17 thoughts on “Follmer, Kathleen M.”

  1. What a beautiful lady, I’m sure she will be missed by all! Just think for a moment that she is now flying around with all of the other angels looking down on all her family and friends. God bless! Respectfully: Gary E. Melker

  2. Loretta, Lynda, Joie and Joseph – please accept our deepest sympathies on the death of your daughter and sister. May she rest in peace with her father Joseph.
    You are all in our prayers.

    • George and Linda,
      Mom (Loretta) and late father (Joseph), Lynda, Joe and I thank you for your warm, loving thoughts. Thank you very much for your prayers, they are much appreciated and needed at this time. We love you both dearly.

      “To open their eyes so that they may turn from darkness to light and from the dominion of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and an inheritance among those who have been sanctified by faith in Me.’”

  3. Gregg, so sorry to hear of your family’s loss of such a beautiful soul.
    May God take your hand and walk with you through these difficult times.
    Love you brother 🙏

  4. Ryan, Though I have not seen your mom in years, I remember her beautiful smile and big heart. I am sorry for you and your dads and grandkids loss. She will be missed I am sure

  5. Ryan,
    Alan and I are so sorry to hear about your mom. We never had the opportunity to meet her, but we do know the feeling of losing someone that we have loved.
    A part of you will always be with her and
    A part of her will always be with you.

  6. Gregg, I can’t express the sorrow Debbie and I feel for your loss of Kathy. It seems like yesterday that we were all cruising around on a Saturday night. These are the memories for you to remember, to keep you going through tough moments. I truly believe Kathy is in a better place than we are here. God Bless Brother!

  7. Gregg, So sad to hear of Kathy’s passing. Louise and I both know the pain of losing a spouse. May God keep you and all the family strong during this difficult time.

  8. Gregg, God be with you and family. Kathy will be missed. What a sweet soul and a hard worker. I feel so sad for you brother. Love you. Chapter 1028 brother, Bob and Debby Anzalone.

  9. Gregg, Ryan, Aunt Loretta, Linda, Joellen and Joe
    So sorry for your loss. I am deeply going to miss Kathy. She was a great cousin. I really enjoyed our times together. Know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Miss you Kathy. Rest in Peace. Love to all.

  10. I was a classmate of Kathy’s at Notre Dame. Although I have not seen her in many years I remember her beautiful smile. Kathy was such a wonderful person to know. I just happened to be looking for another obituary and recognized her picture immediately. My sympathy to you and your family. So very sorry for your loss.

  11. It was such a shock to get an email from Jane Engel LaMartina that Kathy had passed away. It was so nice to see her and talk to her whenever our class at Mary Queen of the Universe had a reunion, and it was great to see her at the 50th reunion for our Class of 1970 at Notre Dame High School. Her entire family has my deepest sympathy at this time.

  12. To The Follmer Family,
    You have my deepest sympathy in the passing of a beautiful Daughter, Beloved Wife, Loving Mom and Grandmother.
    I was a classmate of Kathy’s at Notre Dame High School, Class of 1970. I hadn’t seen Kathy for many many years until our 50th Class Reunion. I heard someone call my name and I turned around to a sweet, full of energy, Kathy Metzger. We had a great conversation, exchanged cell numbers and we promised to get together for lunch some day. That day never came. It was pushed off at least 3 times due to Kathy’s schedule. Oh how I miss that we didn’t connect. But Kathy is in a much better place, free of pain, iv’s, nausea and everything else that cancer brings on.
    You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

    Jan (Vogelgesang) Settles


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