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In Loving Memory

Stuhlmann, Marvin A.

76, passed Tuesday, August 3, 2021 due to complications from Alzheimer’s. He leaves his spouse and love of his life for 41 years, Margaret Stiegemeyer, cherished daughter Kristen (Tim) Figge, brother John (Janice) Stuhlmann, sister Deborah (Steve) Rogan, 6 grandchildren, extended family, sincere friend of many and a stranger to no one. Retired English teacher at Lindbergh High School and Vietnam War US Navy veteran.

Services: Celebration of Life at Kutis Affton Chapel., 10151 Gravois, Sunday, September 12, 1 p.m. until service at 2p.m. Memorials to Avalon Memory Care, 5342 Butler Hill Rd., St. Louis, MO 63128, Memory Care Home Solutions, 4389 West Pine Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63108 or Preferred Hospice, 301 Sovereign Ct., Ste. 206, Ballwin, MO 63011 appreciated. Masks required. If you can’t or don’t want to wear a mask, don’t come.

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2 thoughts on “Stuhlmann, Marvin A.”

  1. I worked with Marvin at LHS. He was a wonderful English teacher and was very caring and a friend to so many. The kids loved him and he was very understanding and knew how to handle all types of teenagers. He thought the world of his wife and adored his daughter Kristen. He also went to school at DB HS where I went but was in my brother’s class

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  2. I worked with Marvin at LHS. He was a wonderful English teacher and was very caring and a friend to so many. The kids loved him and he was very understanding and knew how to handle all types of teenagers. He thought the world of his wife and adored his daughter Kristen. He also went to school at DB HS where I went but was in my brother’s class

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