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In Loving Memory

Ourth, Henry W.

October 14, 1928 - November 13, 2023

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Monday, November 13, 2023.

Beloved husband of the late Genevieve Ourth (nee Rose); dearest father of Thomas (Anna), John (Kelly), Bernie (Angela), Andy (Traci), the late Paul (Pam) and Matthew Ourth; dear grandpa of Paul Jr. (Mandy), Matt Ourth, Nikki (Ernie) Ueligger and their mother Chris, Victoria, Henry, Sammy, Kennedy, Sarah, Ashlynn Ourth; dear great-grandpa of 12; loving son of Henry J. and Agnes Ourth (nee Seyer); brother of Mary Lou (Mike) DeGarcia and James (Martha) Ourth; our dear uncle, cousin and friend of many.

Thank you to the staff of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Mary Queen and Mother Center on the Cardinal Ritter Senior Services Campus for their wonderful care.

Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd. on Friday, November 17, 9:45 am to Seven Holy Founders, 6737 S. Rock Hill Rd. for a 10:00 a.m. Mass.  Interment Resurrection Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given St. Vincent de Paul Society or Catholic Charities.  Visitation Thursday 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.


12 thoughts on “Ourth, Henry W.”

  1. We have missed Hank and Jenny since they moved from our neighborhood and we still miss them today. They were not only neighbors, they were our friends and we grew to love them very much. Hank had a sense of humor and he enjoyed a good joke and we loved his laugh.
    We will cherish the memories we have of both of them.
    May God Bless and comfort the family.

  2. Tom,

    My condolences to you and your family. May the peace of God hold you during this time & great memories fill your heart & mind. Thoughts & prayers to you all.

  3. Dear Ourth Family,
    Hank was my boss at Boatmen’s Bank. Needless to say, he was a great boss and a kind man. I think of him and will keep Hank and your mom in my prayers. I am so happy that he was part of my life.

  4. Tom, Bernie, Andy, & John,

    Some of my happiest memories from childhood was when I would ride with Dad (James) , Grandpa Henry, and Grandma Agnes from Cape Girardeau up to your family’s house during the holidays. I loved when we would visit. Aunt Genny and your Dad were of the nicest people I’ve had the pleasure of ever knowing, and I send my sincere condolences. I miss all of you and hope everyone is well during this time of loss.



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