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In Loving Memory

Meggison, Jane Ellen (nee: Bundren)

April 14, 1945 - February 21, 2024

Wednesday, February 21, 2024.  Beloved wife of the late Robert H. Meggison Sr.  Dear mother f Bob H. (Peggy) Meggison Jr.  Loving grandmother of Amanda (Chad) Turnbull and Paige Meggison.  Dear great grandmother of McKinley, Brewer, Briggs, Tatumn and Barnes.  Dear daughter of the late Ulysses and Mary Bundren.  Dear sister of the late Phil (Nancy) Bundren, Bill (surviving Sue) Bundren and Judy (Ken) Barron.  Our dear aunt, great aunt, cousin and friend.

SERVICES:  Funeral from Kutis Affton Chapel (10151 Gravois Road Affton, Missouri 63123) on Saturday, February 24, 10:00 a.m.  Interment Mount Hope Cemetery.  Visitation Friday 4 – 8 p.m.


6 thoughts on “Meggison, Jane Ellen (nee: Bundren)”

  1. Condolences to Bobby and Peggy and family. She was a crazy but wonderful lady.
    Now she and Judy never have to leave the casino.
    Leslie Belz

  2. Such wonderfully funny memories of this very witty lady. …Some people go through life without even making little “waves”….Jane made an IMPACT and will be remembered forever. So very sorry for your loss, Linda Vandever

  3. I have lovely memories of working with Jane, from her sass and wit to her delicious monkey bread. She always brought a smile and lots of laughter. She will be missed—my deepest condolences to her family.

  4. Got to know Ms. Jane through the casino. Shared many dinners and fun times. I will pass on the many sayings she had! I called her my casino momma. Wonderful lady! I will sincerely miss her.
    Condolences to the family and dear friends. She was a jewel!

  5. Janie will always have a special place in my heart. We spent a lot of fun times in Vegas with Mary, Judy, Phil and Nancy, Jimmy and Barb. We would spend most of our money the first couple days and wondered why we were so stupid. Janie was always leading us to laugh and just act crazy,

    Bobby and Peggy I’m so sorry for your loss and just feel terrible that I was out of town and not able to say good bye to my buddy!


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