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In Loving Memory

Tetreault, Dorothy M. (nee Hummert)

July 15, 1936 - May 17, 2024

Dorothy Marie Tetreault of St. Louis, MO, passed away Friday, May 17, 2024 at the age of 87.

Beloved wife of 44 years of James Tetreault and loving mother of Ronald (Jenny) Tetreault.

Dorothy is preceded in death by her parents Alphonse and Apollonia Hummert, and her brother John Hummert. She is survived by her brothers Raymond (Mary Lee) Hummert, and Robert (Barbara) Hummert, sister-in-law Betty Hummert, and brother-in-law Dennis Tetreault. She leaves behind nieces and nephews, her Dominican sister friends, and many friends at Mother of Perpetual Help.

Dorothy loved children and she spent 49 years teaching at Archdiocesan schools in St. Louis. She loved talking about her many years of attending the Muny Theatre in Forest Park and her good times attending her sons hockey games.

Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123 on Friday, May 24 from 10:00 am. until Funeral Mass time at 11:00 am. Interment at Resurrection Cemetery.


10 thoughts on “Tetreault, Dorothy M. (nee Hummert)”

  1. Dorothy was a wonderful teacher and wonderful friend. So sorry for her loss James and Rodney. She will be misses. God bless you both with love, peace.

  2. What a gift to have known beautiful Dorothy! Dear James + Ron, you + all your family have my heartfelt sympathy at having to part, for a time, with your beloved wife + mother. May many happy memories + your faith keep you going forward. May our Risen Jesus bless you in all the ways needed. Love, prayer, peace, SEileen

  3. Sorry for your loss. James and Ron my heart goes out to you. She was a very sweet lady and friends
    I will miss her

  4. So sorry for your loss. I’m sure Dorothy is meeting a lot of friends in eternal bliss, and sending blessings on her family here on earth. May she rest in peace and may you be at peace.

  5. Dear James and Ron
    What a wonderful person and lifetime friend. She was always a good example to me and I will miss her tremendously. Peace and love to both of you. Sr. Carrol Coble

  6. We shared so many good times with the Sparkill Dominicans and especially at St. James. Love, peace and prayers to you James and Rodney.

  7. Dear,James and Ron what a wonderful teacher Dorthy was to her students what a special gift to know your sweet wife for a long time I am so sorry for your loss I know that she is celebrating with the angels may you and your family find peace and comfort at this difficult time I will miss her sweet smiling face when I come through the front doors of MOPH Every Morning

  8. James,
    It was my pleasure taking care of your beautiful wife. She is now a sweet angel in heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during your time of grief
    Solace Hospice


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