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In Loving Memory

Obermeyer, Joseph A.

Baptized into the hope of Christ’s Resurrection Sunday, November 25,2018.

Beloved husband of Lois C. (nee Bornemann) for 70 years;  devoted brother of Lorraine  Finley; dearest father of Anne (Gary) Wilder, Kathryn (George) Jarboe, Elizabeth (Ralph) Jokerst, Joseph (Molly) Obermeyer and Margaret (Marc) Poulin; proud grandfather of Melissa (Joe)  Buttice, Michael (Kristen) Wilder, Kate (Michael) Simino, Tim  Jarboe, Brad (Christine) Jokerst, Carrie (Chris) Cella, Capt. Ryan (Abbie) Jokerst, US Army, Rachel  Obermeyer, Megan (Andrew) George, Sam Obermeyer, Andrew (Fiancee Amber Juilfs) Poulin, Katie (Mike) Varrone, Allie and Rebecca Poulin and the late  Sarah  Jarboe White; Grandpa Joe to Jake, Jack and Bella  Buttice,  Isabelle, Emily and Maria Wilder, Otis and Franklin Simino, Nolan and Ella White, Jayden Jokerst, Tommy, Emelia, Nora and Oliver Cella, Gabe, Vera and Owen Jokerst, Stella  Carrico and baby George (to be born in February). Each of these  children brought joy and  blessings to our father. Joe was a  voracious reader of books and newspapers. He was always  interested in business practices. He loved hearing about his grandchildren’s areas of study and their new careers.

He was a  devout Catholic and proud veteran of the US Navy during WWII. His family was the center of his life.

Services: Funeral at St. Catherine LaBoure, 9750 Sappington Rd., Friday, November 30 at 11:30 a.m. Interment J.B. National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Center or the St. Vincent De Paul  Society. Visitation Thursday at KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois Rd., Thursday from 4-8 p.m. 




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