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In Loving Memory

Spieckerman, Jessye E. (nee Choate)

January 10, 1926 - April 11, 2024

Thursday, April 11, 2024.

Beloved wife of the late Gordon Spieckerman Sr. for over 61 years; loving mother of Carol (Paul) Muser, Gordon (Pam) Spieckerman and Glenn (Carol) Spieckerman; adoring grandmother of Tracy (Joe) Raben, Jason (Gina) and Joshua (Danielle) Spieckerman; cherished great-grandmother of Sydney, Gage, Nash, Parker and Vivian. Jessye’s family was the love of her life. Dear sister of Dixie McNeely, LaVerne Bogiagis and Laquita Cameron. Our dearest sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend to many.

Mrs. Spieckerman was a volunteer at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and at Feed My people for over 20 years, since her retirement from Pet Inc. in 1988, she was a member of American Legion Auxiliary, Post 111, and an avid card player with her Wednesday Canasta Group.

Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123 on Sunday, April 14 from 4-7 pm. With Funeral Service at Kutis Affton Chapel on Monday, April 15 at 12 noon. Interment at St. Marcus Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions to Feed My People appreciated.


4 thoughts on “Spieckerman, Jessye E. (nee Choate)”

  1. Gordan & Pam
    So sorry to read the loss of your mom. I am so sorry we will not be able to attend. We are babysitting in Colorado.

  2. have known and loved Jessye for a long time. Always looked forward to visiting with her at Feed My People on Fridays. She was a special person and I will miss her.

  3. Dearest Carol (Paul Muser), My deepest sympathy on the passing of your dear Mom. Mothers are so dear. My heart and prayers are with you and your family. Love and Hugs, College Sigma Sister, Pickett (Pixie Whitney) Lema

  4. Jessye was a dear friend to my father Walter. We kept in touch after his passing and I last visited with her this past Christmas and spoke to her on her 98th birthday. What a sweet woman she was. She loved her family deeply and was a devoted canasta player. I will miss her. My sympathies to her family and friends.


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