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Eugene Wibbenmeyer

In Loving Memory

Wibbenmeyer, Eugene Joseph

September 5, 1932 - September 30, 2023

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, passed away on September 30th, 2023 at the age of 91.

Beloved husband of over 66 years to Rita Wibbenmeyer (nee Buchheit). Father to Susan (Robert) Moore, Eugene Jr. (Michelle), David (Linda), Gerard, Mary (Kris) Quasebarth, Joseph (Susan), Lisa (David) Mungenast, and Rose (Ryan) Wibbenmeyer. PawPaw, grandfather, and great-grandfather. Preceded in death by sister Marlene and brothers Ronnie and Glennon.

SERVICES: Funeral Mass to be celebrated at St. Mark’s Catholic Church (4200 Ripa Ave, St. Louis, MO 63125) on Tuesday, October 3rd at 10 am with visitation before from 9:00 am until the Mass begins. Private burial at Jefferson Barracks to follow. A service by KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Washington University Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center greatly appreciated.


9 thoughts on “Wibbenmeyer, Eugene Joseph”

  1. Mary, your dear father has touched so many over his long life. He leaves a legacy of love to his beautiful family. You are in our thoughts and we pray for comfort at this difficult time.

  2. Joe,
    Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your entire family. So very sorry for your loss.
    Linda and Mike Wheatley

  3. My deepest condolences to all the family and friends I’m sorry for your loss my prayers and thoughts are with you in this tough time

  4. Mary I’m so very sorry for your loss. He was a very kind sweet man I was privileged to have met. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Rita and family –
    So very sorry to hear about Gene’s passing. Forty-seven years ago he gave our son, David, his first haircut, and two years later gave our son, Joe, his. We knew it was quitting time when Gene locked the barbershop and walked down Box with his lunchbox headed home. He was a gentleman and gentle man, and we had great respect for him.


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