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Robert, Kathleen

In Loving Memory

Roberts, Kathleen

November 26, 1963 - June 5, 2024

Kathleen Ann (Kaye) Weber Roberts (60)

November 26, 1963 – June 5, 2024

of St. Louis, Missouri

Proceeded in death by Anthony T. Weber, Father, and Kathleen E. Boyle Weber, Mother.

Kaye is survived by her husband, Frank; Siblings: Gigi D. Weber Evans (Paul) and Anthony J. Weber; Beloved Stepmother to Frank, Sara, Matthew and their families; Beloved Aunt to Anthony J. Weber Jr. “TJ” (Laura) and Paul M. Evans; Beloved Grand Aunt to Lyla Kaye.

Kaye was loved by her Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews, Grand Children, Friends, Family, and Neighbors, as well as Co-workers, Clients, Customers and so many others.

Kaye was a Licensed Real Estate Executive for 23 years in the St. Louis area. Her moto was, “Customers begin as Clients and remained as friends” and this was true of anyone she has worked with.

Kaye has been described by her friends and family as:  loyal, kind, sweet, lovely, genuine, beautiful, sincere, wonderful, caring, supportive, strong, loving, funny, very best at her craft, mentor, understanding, sentimental, social, warm, intelligent and she was so much more than that.

Kaye worked countless hours supporting Friends of Kids with Cancer. Please donate in her name to: https://www.friendsofkids.com/donate.html

This quote best describes how Kaye lived her life:

“Don’t treat people as bad as they may be,

 treat them as good as you are.”

Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd. on Monday, June 10, 8:15 am to Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Valley Park) for a 9:00 am Mass.  Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.  Visitation Sunday 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.


12 thoughts on “Roberts, Kathleen”

  1. My Sister, Kaye, was the sweetest person I know. I miss you so much, Baby Sister. Devastated for all who know you and love you. ggd

  2. So sad that such a positive force was taken from the world so soon and so quick. Kaye was always one with a kind and humorous comment in just about any occasion I encountered her. I am sure she will be missed by all that knew here. Love to Frank and all her family from Brunswick MD.

  3. So sorry for the loss to Kayes family and my brother, Frank. I never saw her not have a smile on her face enjoying herself no matter what. I know she will be missed by all who loved her. My condolences to everyone. Love you much big brother.

  4. Im going to miss you dear friend! Hold onto that piece of my heart you took with you, until we meet again💔

  5. Words cannot express the sorrow being felt by the loss of my friend. Kaye. She has been my friend since high school and there aren’t many people that are more of a treasured than her. She was the cream of the crop!’ Kaye – thank u for all the fun lunches and dinners we have had.to solve world problems! You always made me laugh! I’m going to miss u so much but I know I’ll see u again so this is not goodbye but see u later my dear friend. I love u so much!!

  6. Was shocked when I heard this, Aunt Kaye was an amazing person who brought laughter and positivity with her at all times. She will be missed by many, my family included. Our prayers are with all of you. I pray you find peace, and feel the warm embrace of our father. Love you Uncle Frank.

  7. We danced to Crocodile Rock in the basement as kids; went to Cardinal games (Pop had some great front row seats) and heckled Keith Hernandez at 3rd base relentlessly, then at the end of the game, we waited at the player exit to get closer and to get autographs, as 3 teenage girls would (Gigi. Kaye and me); then Kaye helped me sell and buy my homes. After all of these years, there are too many memories to share where Kaye touched my heart and life in positive ways. I will truly miss her beautiful face and heart. We have gained an angel. Rest in Peace Kaye. You will truly be missed and always remain in our hearts.

  8. Kaye was such a positive force in her life and the lives of all who knew her. It’s difficult to imagine the world without her. She will always be remembered.

  9. Our deep condolences to the family. We will miss Kaye as my friend and co-worker for several years she was an Angel and now she has her wings in Heaven! We will be praying for the family during this very tough time. Dear Lord welcome Kaye into your Loving arms, Amen.

  10. Kate was such a beautiful light. I met her volunteering through Friends of Kids with Cancer and enjoyed working with her on their annual Trivia event. I hope your hearts will soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together and the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

  11. Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss. We wish Kaye’s family and Frank peace and comfort as they grieve. God Bless!


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