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Mary Klatt

In Loving Memory

Klatt, Mary Ann

July 7, 1950 - January 19, 2024

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Mary Ann Klatt (Hermeyer).  Mary was born on July 7, 1950, in St. Louis, Missouri, to late Bernard Hermeyer and Louise Hermeyer.  Mary spent her life dedicated to her family and friends, and loved nothing more than spending time with her children, grandchildren and extended family.  She embraced motherhood with open arms and her whole heart, and found tremendous joy in being “Grandma Mary.”  Her faith was strong, her love unconditional, her generosity plentiful, and her bravery insurmountable.

Mary is survived by her loving children, Angie (Ari) and Jason (Mindy), and her cherished grandsons, Dexter and Harris.  Mary will be fondly remembered by her sisters Margie, Donna (Michael), Rosie, Teresa (Mike), brother Bob, and dearest friend Lin.  She was predeceased by her youngest brother, Tom.  She will also be deeply missed by her many nieces, nephews and friends.

A visitation will be held on Wednesday, January 24, 2024, at Kutis Funeral Home, 10151 Gravois Road, with visitation starting at 10:00 am, followed by a funeral service at 12:00 pm.

Contributions in her honor can be made to CurePSP–foundation for PSP/CBD and Related Brain Diseases, Inc.  at https://www.psp.org




5 thoughts on “Klatt, Mary Ann”

  1. We will miss Mary. She was so sweet and kind to everyone she met. She will always be remembered in our hearts and minds forever. Rest in Peace dear Mary
    Arlene and Michael

  2. Mary always had a place in my heart. God bless the mother she was to Angie and Jason. This news breaks that little place in my heart. She didn’t deserve this disease that took her from this earth. Way too young to have to suffer like she did. God Bless her.

  3. I only met Mary a few times. My connection to her is through her son, Jason, who is one kind, sweet young man who I don’t believe I have ever seen without a smile on his face!
    His wife, “Mindell”, was the childhood best friend of our daughter, as was Mindell’s mom, Arlene, my childhood best friend as well.
    Mary is no longer with us physically, but her soul is now on its journey to its next destination. May she always be at peace and
    her memory be a blessing.

  4. I am a receptionist at Allegro Senior Living, where Mary resided until she moved to another residence that would better meet her needs. She was a pleasure to be around, and always had a smile on her face. It was easy to befriend Mary, and the residents at Allegro miss her dearly. I also came to know her daughters who spoke fondly of their mother.


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