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In Loving Memory

Schaller, Frances M. (nee Kues)

September 12, 1923 - October 29, 2023

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Sunday, October 29, 2023.

Loving wife to the late Robert (Bob) Schaller (Deceased 2002).

She was a wonderful mother and mother-in-law to Ronald and Jeanne Schaller, John (Jack) and Jeannie Schaller, Susan and John Sinclair, and Thomas and Anne Schaller.

She enjoyed every moment with her 13 grandchildren: Kathleen (Katie) and Matthew Butkovich, Daniel (Jessica) Schaller; Matthew (Elise) Schaller, Stephen (Amanda) Schaller, Melissa (Brad) Siedle, Rebecca (Becky) and Andrew Edmonds; Kimberly (Tim) Fothen, Michelle (Matthew) Birkenmeier, Sally (Andrew) Perez, Lori (Paul) Przyzycki; Andrew (Brooklyn) Schaller, Mark Schaller and Benjamin Schaller.

She adored her 20 great-grandchildren: Vivian Butkovich and Rory and Carson Schaller; Hannah, Rachel and Kelly Schaller; Nicolas and Anthony Schaller; Henry Siedle; Ava, Claire, Maggie and Heidi Fothen; John, Zoey and Lily Birkenmeier; Michael and Santino Perez; Paul Jr. and Robert Przyzycki.

From Heaven she will be rejoicing in the future births of two more great-grandchildren: Baby Siedle in November 2023 and Baby Perez in January 2024.

Frances’ last special occasion was her 100th Birthday Party in September 2023.  She then decided it was time to be reunited with Bob, the love of her life.

Memorial visitation at Seven Holy Founders Catholic Church (6737 S. Rock Hill Road 63123) on Tuesday, November 21 from 9:00 am. until Memorial Mass time at 10:00 am. Inurnment at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Seven Holy Founders St. Vincent DePaul Society. (6737 S. Rock Hill Road, St. Louis, MO 63123)


7 thoughts on “Schaller, Frances M. (nee Kues)”

  1. Thank you, Mrs. Schaller, for the Blessings of your beautiful children.
    Our prayers are with you all. 🙏🙏
    -John Godfrey & Family

  2. Schaller Family,
    “Frances will see God face to face and God’s name will be written on her forehead. It will never be night again and she will not need Lamp Light or sunlight because the Lord God will be shining on her.”
    Rev. 22: 4-5

  3. I loved my Aunt Frances, loved to tease her, laugh together and will miss her dearly. While I jokingly vied for favorite nephew status, I think she made everybody her favorite. It won’t be the same not having you here

  4. Grandma Fran was a one-of-a-kind lady! I enjoyed seeing her over at John and Sue’s house for Family Parties and dinners over the years. She loved her grandkids and great grand kids with her whole heart and you could see it every time she was around them. I know how much you all will miss her, you are in our thoughts and prayers. She will be greatly missed!

  5. All who knew called you “Fanny”, there with never be another like you. We loved you as much as all the love you gave to everyone. Keeping you and Bob in my prayers.

  6. Dear Schaller Family, We send our prayers and sincere condolences on the passing of your mother, our special friend from Savio Parish. She and your dad were very special friends and neighbors and a true asset to the Affton community. Regards always, Tony& Donna Dill


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