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In Loving Memory

Sladek, Jeanette V. (nee Riegler)

June 6, 1942 - January 25, 2024

Thursday, January 25, 2024.

Beloved wife of the late Henry Edward Sladek Jr.; loving mother of Bruce (Lisa), Ken (Mary), Robin and the late Joseph Sladek; adoring grandmother of Danielle and Anthony Carnaghi, Nicholas (Jenna) Sladek, Christopher (Sarah) Sladek, Kaitlyn Sladek, Robert Telle, Steven (Katie) Telle, Ashley (Brian) Krzyzanowski, Jospeh (Dana) Telle, Debra (Steve) Watson, Stacie (Nick) Payeur, Kenny (Madison) Sladek and Kaylee (Jake) Boschert. Our dearest great-grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt and friend

Memorial visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123 on Monday, January 29 from 4-8 pm. Interment at J.B. National Cemetery will be held in private.


5 thoughts on “Sladek, Jeanette V. (nee Riegler)”

  1. We are so sorry to hear the news of Jeanette’s passing, though we know her final months have been difficult. She was so blessed to love and be loved by so many. We know being a wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother were the greatest highlights of her life. Love lives on.

  2. Hearing the news of Jeanette’s passing has greatly saddened me.
    I’ve been thinking of all the great times we had when we were young: the holidays, our adventures in Camp Solidarity in Pacific, the long Christmas walks at our grandmother’s house.. Those memories will live forever in my heart, as will she.
    Sending love and condolences to all.

  3. So sorry for all. Best friend for over 50 years. Our lady of Mercy, Camp Solidarty, and of course Florida . Henry (Hank) has his love with him now. Love to all, She will be missed. God bless all.

  4. To Bruce, Ken and Robin,
    I offer my sympathies for the loss of your mother. She was a kind and personable lady. I will never forget her hard work at Camp Solidarity to create great times and memories for the younger generation.
    Sincerely, Diane Ortleb Robinson


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