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In Loving Memory

Riley, John H.

January 6, 1929 - June 24, 2024

Monday, June 24, 2024.

John H. Riley “Jack” born January 6, 1929, in St. Louis, Missouri and of Mexico, Missouri, passed peacefully June 24, 2024, at age 95. Jack, beloved husband of Norma Riley; dedicated father of Paul (Allison) Riley, David Blackburn, and Tim (Joyce) Blackburn; cherished grandfather of Cathee (James) Mayher, Tim (Jamie) Riley, Jackie (Jeff) Cooley, Bill (Debbie) Riley, Sheila (Mike) Cinkan, Cary (Shawn) Hanff, Patrick (Jessica) Riley, Adam (Sara) Riley, Randy (Catina) Blackburn, Jeff (Janna) Blackburn, Brian (Elaine) Blackburn, Amy Wieberg, Michael (Kimberly) Wieberg, Joe (Jessica) Blackburn, Rachel (Jason Sanning) Blackburn, John Blackburn, Senica Blackburn and Chris Himmelsbach. Great-grandfather to 39 and great-great-grandfather to two. Predeceased by wife, Vera Riley, son Gary (Ann) Riley, daughter, Diane Riley, daughter Cheryl Wieberg, son, Mike Wieberg and granddaughter, Amanda Wieberg.

Honored military service veteran, long-time Bell Telephone employee, retired at 54; consummate storyteller and friend to many. No longer by our side, but forever in our hearts.

In remembrance of Jack’s life, visitation to be held at Kutis Affton Chapel, 10151 Gravois Road, 63123 on Monday, July 1 from 4-8 pm., with Funeral Services on Tuesday, July 2 at 11:30 am. Interment at St. Paul Churchyard Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Jack’s memory to The American Cancer Society


2 thoughts on “Riley, John H.”

  1. I thought the face looked familiar.
    Al Mount SWBT 69-84 Downtown Exchange Repmn. AT&T 85-2000
    Rest in peace brother..


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