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In Loving Memory

Lamprecht, Agnes C. (nee Low)

July 15, 1923 - February 19, 2024


Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Monday February 19, 2024 at age 100.

Beloved wife of the late Ernest Lamprecht; loving mother of Barb (Al) Sapia, Ray (Sharon) Lamprecht, Dot (Ron Brown) Huebener, Linda (Tim) DeLarber and Katie Lamprecht; dear grandmother of Sandy Sapia, Amy (Scott) Andera, Brian (Misti) Lamprecht, Joe and Jim DeLarber; dear great grandmother of 7; dear aunt and friend.

Services; Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois Friday February 23, 9:15 AM to Seven Holy Founders Catholic Church for 9:30 AM mass. Private interment at JB National Cemetery. Memorials to Peregrine Society, Oakland House Museum and St. Vincent DePaul Society appreciated. Visitation Thursday 4:00-8:00 PM.


6 thoughts on “Lamprecht, Agnes C. (nee Low)”

  1. To my cousins, I’m sorry for the loss of your Mother. What a kind, comical lady she was. Always had a fun joke up her sleeve.
    Karen Schrader Fishman

  2. Our condolences to the family of Agnes Lamprecht. Agnes was a very joyous person who loved her family very much and she and Ernie loved to party with friends and family. May her soul rest in peace reunited with the love of her life..

  3. We were truly blessed to have Aunt Ag in our lives. She was so lovable and funny. Aunt Ag had a joke for every occasion and a brilliant mind to recall family history plus all of her jokes–while continuing to add new humor to her repertoire. Thank you, Aunt Ag, for including me in your card games and for sharing your kindness and wisdom when I visited. We love you and will miss you immensely.

  4. I remember her as being very nice and always ready to pitch in and help no matter what was going on. Sorry for the family’s loss but know she is in a good place now.


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