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Joy Rumpf

In Loving Memory

Rumpf, Joy R. (nee Siegel)

March 6, 1936 - June 11, 2024

Rumpf, Joy R. (nee Siegel)

Tuesday June 11, 2024. Beloved wife of the late Edmund L. Rumpf; dearest mother of Mark (Vickie) and David (Susan) Rumpf; dear grandmother of Garrett (Dolly) Rumpf and (Kelle) Corinne Joy (Rumpf) Sutton; dear great grandmother of Jayson, Natalie and Abbigail Rumpf; special bonus mother of Guy Slay, Gail and Shannon LaRose; special bonus grandmother of Paul and Joe Damazyn, Madison and Ryan Walker; dear aunt of Peter Siegel, Mimi Wren, Kurt (Terri) Siegel, Pauline Davis, Bill (Kathy) Davis; dearest friend of Carolyn George, Peggy Marshall, Teresa Loduca and Beth Schlegel.

Services: Funeral from Kutis Affton Chapel, 10151 Gravois, Thursday June 20, 11:30 am with visitation before from 9:00am to 11:30am. Interment at J.B. National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to St. Marks United Methodist Church, 315 Graham Rd. Florissant, Mo. 63031.


11 thoughts on “Rumpf, Joy R. (nee Siegel)”

  1. Dearest David, Susan, and Family,
    Have Hope and Faith in tomorrow and the comfort in the love of your family and friends who are with you at this most difficult time.

  2. I had the pleasure of working with Joy in the late 90’s. Her name fit her perfectly because she was alwyas a joy to work with.. She was a beautiful lady inside and out. My sympatheies to her family.
    Angie Ottenlips

  3. oh David – I miss your Mom already – she will always be in my heart. My love and prayers to all of you -your Mom was truly a special person – I am so lucky that I got to know her.

    • Beth,
      Your friendship meant the world to my mother.
      You came into her life at the beginning of the worst time in her life. She so enjoyed talking with you on the phone, and she so missed not being able to talk well towards the end of her life. Please keep in touch, and let’s plan on meeting for lunch.

  4. To Joy’s family,

    I got to know Joy through my work and always enjoyed talking with her. We would have dinners were various girls from our office would go and we would oftentimes include Joy with us. She always made the evening even more entertaining.

    It was so sad as her health began to decline. I could hear her frustration as she became more incapacitated.

    She was a delightful person and I am so glad that I had the opportunity to know her. She will be missed.

    My prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

  5. Sharon, my mom always enjoyed being in the company of her work friends, and talking with you on the phone.
    Thank you for letting Carol know, much appreciate !!!

  6. To David and Family,
    Thank you so much for allowing us to get to know Joy over the years. She was kind and funny and loving. She also had a well defined sense of both class and sass and could really appreciate a good laugh, even at her own expense.

  7. David and Susan, You took such very good care of your mom. You were her friend, her family, her caregiver and the joy of her life. She always talked about her family with so much love. All of you and the grandkids and the greats were what made her smile. I loved hearing her stories …. she had so many stories. We had a long history of working together and our friendship grew from there. She will be so missed by so many. There’s now an angel in heaven watching over you.


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