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In Loving Memory

Grider, Jeanette (nee Hoag)

September 28, 1953 - November 16, 2023

passed away on Thursday, November 16, 2023.

Beloved wife of Roger Grider of 29 years; loving daughter of the late Alan and Dorothy Hoag; dearest sister-in-law of Brian Grider; dear aunt of Amber and Layla Grider; our dear friend of many.

Memorial Visitation Tuesday, November 21, 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Memorial Service Wednesday, November 22, 10:00 a.m. at Harvest Church, 9607 Gravois Rd., St.  Louis, MO 63123.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, 13770 Noel Rd., Suite 801889, Dallas, TX 75380.  https://www.komen.org/  and/or Harvest Church  https://harveststl.org/


6 thoughts on “Grider, Jeanette (nee Hoag)”

  1. Roger – so sorry for your loss. Jeanette was an amazing loving person — always upbeat and a lot of fun to talk to. The boys, Bob and I will miss her so much. She, like you, have been a foundational part of the boys’ childhood and her spirit will live on through all the people she touched. Prayers and peace for you at the time.

  2. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I am a neighbor and did not know her well but she always waived. I am so sorry for your loss.

  3. Roger: we were very sorry to hear of Jeanette’s passing. She was a wonderful, caring person. We still consider it an honor to have been included in attendance at your wedding 29 years ago. We always enjoyed working with and talking with you and Jeannette at stamp club meetings. We are sorry that we will not be able to attend the memorial service next Tuesday as we are leaving for our home in Florida tomorrow. But, our thoughts, and prayers are with you. Be strong in your faith at this difficult time.

  4. A sweet, young lady, in my Youth class I taught awhile at LPB church yrs ago. Have known her many yrs. A sweet, fun loving lady and much loved. God bless Roger and her ‘life-long friend, Vera “!
    And all the friends who will miss her soo much!
    Janet Butts and family

  5. I knew of Jeanette through SLU (newslink) and I will tell you that she was very pleasant and knew what she was doing. When I needed something posted or had a question regarding an article, she was the first to help or give me the answers. Sorry for your family’s loss.
    Saint Louis University

  6. My condolences to you. I worked with Jeannette at SLU. She was always a joy to talk to and eager to understand and present my research in a positive light.


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