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William Sutton

In Loving Memory

Sutton, William R.

Sutton, William R., 82, died peacefully Monday June 24, 2024. Beloved husband of 60 years to Judith N. Sutton (nee Collins); Dear father of Michael (Katy) Sutton and Susan Sutton; Dear grandfather of Melissa (Sean) Duggan, Megan (Charlie) Corbett and Maria Sutton and great grandfather of Emerie, Eliana and Coraline Duggan and Wesley Corbett; Dear brother of the late Gerry Intfeld and the late Betty Siems; Dear brother-in-law, uncle and friend to many.

Bill was a graduate of the University of Missouri at Rolla with BS and MS Degrees. He worked 33 years for the U. S. Army Corps St. Louis District. He was the Project Manager on the replacement Alton Locks and Dam Project for 20 years. He was inducted into the St. Louis District Gallery of Distinguished Civilians for his work on the Project. After retirement he worked 7 years for Kuhlmann Design Group/St. Louis Development Corporation on St. Louis City projects. After his second retirement he worked several years at Tapawingo National Golf Club.

Bill was a man of integrity and loved by many. He greatly enjoyed watching his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren growing up in their various activities. Bill believed in Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Bill was a member of Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, and was a volunteer for many years at Feed My People. His body was gifted to Washington University.

Visitation on Friday June 28, 2024 from 9:30 am followed by a memorial service at 11:00 am at Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church at 6587 Telegraph Rd. Donations in lieu of flowers may be sent to Feed My People at 171 Kingston Ave. Lemay, Mo. 63125.


4 thoughts on “Sutton, William R.”

  1. Bill and I met in September 1959 when we started college together at Harris Junior College. After Harris we transferred to the University of Missouri at Rolla and became members of the same Fraternity. We have remained friends for 65 years and had lunch together about two months ago with other Fraternity Brothers. I am very lucky and fortunate to have had Bill as one of best friends for 65 years. I will miss his friendship very much.

  2. Bill and I have also been friends for 65 years, having attended school together, fraternity life and then enjoying our careers with the Corps of Engineers followed by post retirement socializing with him and his wife Judy and my wife, Kathy. he was a man of great character in all ways and I will miss him as will his family and his many other friends

  3. We are so sorry for your loss. Bill and Judy were the best neighbors anyone could ask for. You are in our thoughts and prayers.


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