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In Loving Memory

Niemeier, Charles H. “Chuck”

Monday, May 15, 2023.  Beloved husband of Michele R. Niemeier (nee: McKinney).  Dear father of Lisa McKinney, Christopher Niemeier, Michael (Lauren Savel) Niemeier and Jamie Niemeier.  Dear grandfather of Nicholas, Jason, Caitlin, Colin and Colten.  Dear great grandfather of Noah.  Dear son of the late Raymond W. and Elizabeth G. Niemeier (nee: Naber).  Dear brother of Raymond Niemeier and Cindy (the late James) Green.  Dear brother-in-law of Kathleen Orlando.  Our dear uncle, great uncle, cousin and friend.

SERVICES:  Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Road Thursday, May 18, 4 – 8 p.m.  Funeral service will be private.  Private interment at Resurrection Cemetery.  Mr. Niemeier was a proud member of U.A.W. #136.  Contributions to the American Cancer Society appreciated.


11 thoughts on “Niemeier, Charles H. “Chuck””

    An uncle is a blessing.
    It means so many things.
    Words could never tell the joy an uncle brings.
    An uncle is a bond of faith that even time can’t sever, a gift to last all of our lives.
    An uncle is forever.
    Until we meet again!! I LOVE YOU ❤️

  2. Chuck was a great friend and neighbor. He was always happy to lend a hand or just hang out with me in the garage working on my hot rods and classic cars.

    We had a lot of good times together just hanging out in the driveway. I could almost always expect Chuck to show up as soon as I opened the garage and picked up a wrench.

    The last time we hung out together, there were storm clouds and a huge rainbow in the sky. We watched it come and fade away, and took photos of it from Chucks driveway. I’ll think of Chuck now every time I see one.

    He truly was s great friend and neighbor.

    Rest in peace buddy.

  3. Chuck was truly one in a million and we all loved him so much. I will always remember Nick and Chuck sitting in the tiny kiddie chairs by the fireplace and how much grief they gave me when I took those chairs away and replaced them with adult sized. I’m sure some buddies have reunited in Gods Heavenly Kingdom.
    Our love and prayers to the family,
    Tammy, Kayla (Darla), Travis and kids, Nick Jr (Rod) & Katie

  4. Michelle,
    I was sorry to hear about Chuck. He was a good guy & always had a smile on his face. Just wanted you to know that you & your family are in my thoughts & prayers.

  5. We have lived next door to Chuck and Michele for over 20 years. During this time, we realized how lucky we were to have people like them living next door to us as they were always looking out for their neighbors. During the last few years working from home, I got to talk to Chuck more and got to think of him as my buddy. I am now very grateful for that opportunity. He was a good man and he will be missed.

  6. RIP MY UNION BROTHER AND FRIEND, Sending prayers of comfort and compassion to your family and loved ones, The great ones are missed the most and you my friend will be missed

  7. Michelle,
    I am so sorry to hear about Chuck. I haven’t seen him in a long time, but I remember him being ornery and he always had something funny to say to me. I feel honored to have known him. Peace to you and your family.

  8. My deepest condolences to the Niemeiers.
    Chuck and I will be sharing our joint legacy in Mike and Lauren’s baby in a short two months. Words cannot express the feelings at this time of the power of this incredible union that God has been created between our two beautiful children. May you rest in peace and know that baby Niemeier will be well taken care of to richly carry on the Niemeier name……

  9. So sorry for your loss. Chuck was a good guy and he could always make us laugh. We didn’t see him very often, but he will missed.


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