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In Loving Memory

Roither, Harry “Sonny” Clemens, Jr.

Harry “Sonny” Clemens Roither, Jr., 75, of St. Louis, MO passed away Friday, January 26, 2024, while surrounded by family.

Born June 26, 1948, in St. Louis, MO, Sonny went on to graduate from Affton High School, where he met the love of his life, Linda Ann Ward. On May 19, 1967, Sonny and Linda were united in marriage.

Being a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend was the highlight of Sonny’s life. Sonny retired from Anheuser-Busch Brewery at the age of 56, where he worked as a Brewer. He was an avid storyteller and loved a great action movie. One of his favorite pastimes was taking the fishing boat out on Lake Ozark and catching a big bass fish. Sonny never met a stranger and had an infectious laugh that could fill up a room. To know him was to love him.

Sonny is survived by a son, Brian (Susan) Roither; a daughter, Jennifer Roth (Garland Griffin); and grandchildren Emily Roth, Sarah (Jake) Martin, Stephen Roth (Veronica Garcia), Jack Roither (Audrey Baker), Hunter (Caroline) Roth, Allison Griffin, and Audrey Griffin, loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Sonny was preceded in death by his loving wife, Linda.

According to his wishes, Sonny has been cremated. The family will host a gathering in his remembrance at a date later to be named. Gifts of love and friendship may be given to the American Lung Association. Online condolences may be directed to http://bit.ly/sonnyroither.

We are greatly going to miss this precious man who took care of everyone, and greatly took care of his beloved wife, our mother and grandmother, Linda, during her fight with cancer. We love you more.

Service of Kutis South County Chapel.


4 thoughts on “Roither, Harry “Sonny” Clemens, Jr.”

  1. Gone but never forgotten, you were a very special person, a true gentleman and fantastic co-worker, taught me alot about the Brewhouse and the operation, Thank you for everything

  2. I had the great pleasure of working with Harry for many years. I learned a lot about the brewing trade from him. He was a great guy, and I will miss him.

  3. I always enjoyed the times together with you and Linda. Your laughter was always contagious. You will be missed, but never forgotten.


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