Virginia M. Krieger

Saint Louis, Missouri

Feb 5, 1925 – Oct 8, 2017 (Age 92)

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Everyone needs an Aunt Ginny. She was one of a kind. She never met a child whom she didnt love with her whole heart. It didnt matter to her if you were a troublemaker or a goody-two shoes or a good student or a struggling one. You could be a niece, nephew, or the kid next door. She saw something special in each one of us. She always had a smile, a word of encouragement, and a snack - most famously, of course, M&Ms. She succeeded in what I consider to be the ultimate goal in life ...

Aunt Ginny, always had a smile and her gold slippers. You can always count on her to get an unlimited supply of Tang, bit o honey candy, McDonald's and many other things. Just make sure you don't touch the tv or the train set while at many many many sleepovers with cousins, second cousins and anyone else that would do a sleepover. She always welcomed anyone in and always was in a good mood. You can count on s trip to AB to visit. All the Christmas steal from your neighbor games. And if you...

I will always remember the great times at aunt Ginny's. The endless supply of TANG, the bit o honey, and can't forget McDonald's. The great sleepovers with cousins, second cousins and anyone else that would sleep over with me. She always welcomed anyone. The Christmas rob your neighbor games, but don't get close to or touch the tv or train set!! We will miss you Aunt Ginny and that awesome smile you ALWAYS had. You can cheer up anyone!

Aunt Ginny! I know you're in a better place now, but I will do my part to keep your spirit alive. Your endless laughter, carefree attitude, and always giving nature will be carried on in our hearts. I will never forget all the sleep overs at your house when we were young, staying up late and eating all the M&Ms! You could entertain us for hours, just sitting and chatting around the table in the back room. I still have the Mickey and Minnie musical snow globe you and Uncle Ralph gave to...

There are some people in life that have done so much for you, it is literally IMPOSSIBLE to "repay"'re one of those people for me. You are a beautiful spirit that was never interested in repayment for her kind deeds anyway. I never said it often enough, maybe never, but I want to express my deepest gratitude and love for your contributions to my life.

You made my childhood brighter than it would have been otherwise and there's simply not enough words to...

Aunt Ginny was my Godmother and chief "spoiler" who rarely ever said NO. She talked about how much she prayed & the "Pink Sisters" when I was so sick in Cardinal Glennon many years ago and reminded me how LUCKY I was . She was always impeccably dressed in her suits and jewelry and I remember trying on her jewelry at our sleepovers. This continued with my kids with sleepovers, shopping trips, M &M's & lunch outings. Always laughing, always happy. I know you...

Rest in peace Aunt Ginny. Thanks for all the great memories. Sleep overs, junk food, blockbuster, & trips to crestwood mall all come to mind when thinking of you. Looking back now i realize the time spent time with us all was more of a gift than anything you could have physically given us. Comforting to know you're with our Uncle Ralph once again. Fly high aunt ginny you've most definitely earned those wings.

Aunt Ginny, I have so many wonderful memories of you both as a child and an adult. The many sleepovers with my cousins, trips to McDonald's and the endless supply of M&M's you always had. You are one of the kindest people I know and I feel very blessed to have known you. Love you Aunt Ginny!

Thanks for the good memories.


Virginia's Obituaries

Krieger, Virginia M. (nee Donley) Baptized into the hope of Christ's Resurrection on Sun, Oct. 8, 2017 at age 92. Daughter of the late George and Alice Donley. Wife of the late Ralph W. Krieger. Sister of Marianne Mahler, Carollee (John) Oldani and the late Donald Donley. Aunt of Diane Ferrario,...

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