June-Steinmetz-Obituary

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June M. Steinmetz

Saint Ann, Missouri

Jun 23, 1933 – Jul 19, 2020 (Age 87)

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BORN
June 23, 1933
DIED
July 19, 2020
AGE
87
LOCATION
Saint Ann, Missouri

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Collier’s Funeral Home - Saint Ann Obituary

Steinmetz, June M. (nee Boschert), Sunday, July 19, 2020. Dear wife of the (late John G. Steinmetz); dear mother of seven, grandmother of 16 and great-grandmother of eight; our dear sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend; June will be remembered as a great mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, good friend and the definition of what a loving wife is all about.


Funeral from Collier's Funeral Home 3400 North Lindbergh Blvd. Wednesday, July 29, 11:15 AM to St. Angela Merici Church 3860 N. Hwy. 67  Florissant, Mo. 63034. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be given to the Charity of your Choice.


Visitation at Collier's Funeral Home Wednesday, July 29, 9:00-11:00 AM


 

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John and June were such great role models to all the young kids they came in contact with. We went to the same church and grade school with their kids. My parents were good friends of theirs also. June never met a stranger and loved life to the fullest. She treated my and my sister like we were one of her own. After we grew up and moved away we lost touch but she still had a place in my heart. I am sorry for your loss but I am sure you all have many happy memories. My mom passed away 9-1-2017...

So sorry for your loss. My mother Betty moved Into the bedroom pod next to June’s at Delmar in February. We had been told by all of the staff what a sweet and good natured lady she was. The first day I was there to visit after mom moved in she came by to introduce herself and told us her name was June like the “June Bug”. I knew right then they were going to be besties! ❤ Unfortunately because of covid I missed out on spending time getting to know June and her family and then my mom passed in...

We bowled with June and John for years. I loved her infectious smile, her kind heart and her love of fun. You are reunited with your beloved John. You'll be missed June but we are all better for knowing you. I'll cherish my memories!
Karen Damico

And now the nine Boschert siblings are together again. I'm sure that God has given them a large cloud for their boisterous reunion. Rest in peace Aunt June and enjoy heaven.

“Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.”
Proverbs 31:30 NIV
https://www.bible.com/111/pro.31.30.niv
Mrs.Steinmetz truly loved the Lord, she showed it in her love for her children, grandchildren and all those she met. She lived an honorable life, selfless and humble. And now she is singing and dancing for all eternity in the presence of God! How fortunate are we who knew her ❤