Ellen Christine Eccher
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Eccher, Ellen Christine

Saturday, June 20, 2020. Dear sister to Rick and Gary (Lisa) Eccher, Aunt to Eric and Chris Eccher and Meghan Stevens (Marcus), Great Aunt to Madyson & Chrissy.

Services: Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel, 10151 Gravois Rd., on Thursday, June 25 from 4-8 p.m. A brief time of sharing will begin at 7:15. Private interment. Contributions to Needy Paws Rescue or a charity of your choice.

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Published in Post - Dispatch on Jun. 23, 2020.
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June 26, 2020
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June 24, 2020
I have known Ellen through dancing for the past two years. Ellen was a very friendly person and really enjoyed dancing. I was aware she had health ups and downs but she never let that affect her enjoyment. One day she refused to dance with me, in fact, she did not dance with anyone. She was having a difficult day and was just happy being there with her friends. Im going to miss dancing with her and hope she is dancing any time she wants, with no pain, and with partners that dont step on her toes.
Bill Huebner
June 23, 2020
Ellen was a very caring and loving type of person. She would always greet you with a warm smile, and then would add something cheerful to say to you. She was true to her beliefs and will be rembered as a friend who enjoyed life in many ways, especially snow skiing. She always bubbled with an enthusiasm and joy for life. She was just a very nice person to have as a friend and coworker. My prayers are with you Ellen, and are also extended to your family.

Richard Elbert
June 23, 2020
Like we say in my Church, May your memory be eternal! You were one of my first childhood friends, next door neighbor and like a big sister. We played endless games of cards, croquet and learned to walk on stilts together. You would walk with me to school when I first started and made me carry your books if I stepped on a sidewalk crack! From what Ive read from your contemporary friends, you were always full of life and love. You will be missed! My condolences to your brothers and their families.
Father George Mavromatis
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