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In Loving Memory

Streib, Georgia A. (nee Ackermann)

July 6, 1919 - February 9, 2024

Georgia A. Streib (nee Ackermann) passed away peacefully in her home on February 9, 2024 at the age of 104.

Georgia was born on July 6,1919 in St. Louis MO. She married (the late) Arthur Streib on March 14, 1942 and together they had two sons, Larry and Wayne. Georgia and Art led a full and active life together. They loved Big Band music and traveled all over to dance the night away. They spent many evenings at the Casa Loma Ballroom and cruised riverboats to dance along with their favorite bands and friends. Even in later years when Georgia was no longer dancing, her love for music lived on. She enjoyed sitting in her chair listening to Frank Sinatra, and even sang her own little songs! Georgia was always active and ready to go “along for the ride.” She loved to go out with the family for “Friday Fun Night” and even had fun playing a game of darts at the age of 95! Georgia was always smiling, singing, and laughing. She was so fun-loving and brought joy to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her.
Georgia is survived by her sons Larry Streib and Wayne Streib; Grandchildren Amy (Jeremy) Sebree, Jeffrey Streib, and Jessica (Mikey) Lopez. She was preceeded in death by her parents George and Theresa, sisters Theresa Lowry and Bertha Spakowski, husband Arthur Streib, daughter-in-laws Rita Streib (nee Bucy) and Carol Streib (nee Steitz), and granddaughter Heather (Ralph) Habig.
Services: Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Road
Tuesday February 13, 2024, Visitation 8:30-11:30 am, Funeral service 11:30 am Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice.


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