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In Loving Memory

Stoppelmann, Jeffrey M.

Jeffrey M. Stoppelmann
Age 52, Answered the call of the Master on Saturday, December 30, 2023. Beloved son of Robert (Charlotte) Stoppelmann and Delores (the late Dale) Niemeyer. Dearest father of Jake (Krystana) and Lucas Stoppelmann. Dear grandfather of Ember and Judah. Dear brother of Anita (Darrin) Snider and Amanda (Peter) DeLuca. Former spouse of Andrea Stoppelmann. Our dear nephew, uncle, cousin and friend.
SERVICES: Visitation at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Road on Tuesday, January 9 from 4-8PM.


7 thoughts on “Stoppelmann, Jeffrey M.”

  1. I went to School with Jeff , He always made me laugh . He told me jokes when I was having a bad Day. I talked to him on Facebook , He will be missed Dearly . I will Pray for his Boys and Grandchildren . You will be missed Big Boy that was my nickname for Jeff in High School

  2. I’m going to miss you Jeff! I know you are in Heaven with all the other friends and family that we have lost over the years. Until we meet again… Wish you were here.

  3. I worked with Jeff for a short period of time, but his bright, positive personality has stayed with me through the years. Rest in peace dear friend. So sorry for those who will never get the chance to meet you.

  4. Jeff was at my house a lot when he was younger, always joking and making my son Steve Tindall and the other boys laugh. Just a bunch of good teenagers having fun. If he wasn’t at our house, Steve was at his. I spoke to him about 2 years ago when he called Twin City Toyota about service on his vehicle, it was like time had never passed, he was the same as he was years ago. We all will miss him, he left us too soon but God needed another angel and Jeff went home.

  5. Jeff and I have known each other since we were teenagers he was like a brother. We had so much together and our group friends where I was the only girl. I saw Jeff about five months ago and he was so happy to see me with that big smile on his face. You will be missed but never forgotten. I love you

  6. I went to school with Jeff. He always had a smile on his face and he could always make you laugh. We also worked together for several years at a very popular haunted house Back Then in Kimswick, Mo. Called “Thayer Ashtons Mansion” had a lot of great times there. He will always be remembered
    R.I.P Jeff


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