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In Loving Memory

Honig, Samuel

November 4, 1930 - September 15, 2023

Friday September 15, 2023.

Beloved husband for 67 years of Maria Honig (nee Ritter); loving father of John (Betsy) Honig and Maria Honigschnabel; dear grandfather of Allison and Andrew Honig.

Services: Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois, Wednesday September 20 11:00 AM. Interment Sunset Cemetery. Memorials to  Alzheimer’s Association or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (stjude.org) appreciated. Visitation Tuesday 4:00-8:00 PM.


8 thoughts on “Honig, Samuel”

  1. Our sincere condolences to the family of Sam Honig. He will be dearly missed at the German Male Chorus singing events. I have known Sam and his family since the late 1950’s. Sam lived an exciting and interesting life; he experienced live in several countries and continents. God bless him.

  2. Mike and I will miss Sam greatly. He always had a smile on his face and loved to tease. He helped me when I purchased my home in 1990, it needed lots of TLC. He practically redid my entire home. He was an excellent carpenter. I always enjoyed our family reunions and home visits. Sam was never happier than when he was playing his button box and singing. He always played at family weddings, after funerals, anniversaries, etc. He helped me and Tom Kraus with our family history and talking about the old country. We enjoyed Sam and Mary’s hospitality with some wonderful meals and joyous times. Sincere condolences to Mary, Maria, John and family. RIP

  3. Debbie and I are so sad to hear of Sam’s passing. We’d so glad we were able to see you last fall! Sam will be greatly missed, but rejoice that he is now wrapped in the arms of Jesus. What memories I have of the countless times our families were together!

  4. What a life Sam experienced, from the “Old County” to a wonderful and successful life in St. Louis! Everyone who meet him was BLESSED! We had so many GREAT times at our family get togethers growing up!
    May the Peace of our Lord help you through these difficult days and may your memories bring you joy as you celebrate his life!

  5. So very sorry to hear of Mr. Honig passing away. Maria when you and I saw each other at the post office on Gravois I did not know that you were contending with all that fallout.

    Mein innigstes Beileid.

  6. Herm and I are so sorry to hear of Sam’s passing. I always enjoyed sitting next to you both at church and hearing Sam’s beautiful voice. I didn’t know he played the accordion! He was a wonderful man and will be missed.


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