OBITUARY

Joan Wagner

24 April, 194712 November, 2020
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Joan Wagner (nee Bradshaw), 73, of St. Charles, MO passed away peacefully on November 12, 2020. She is preceded in death by her parents, Rex and Louise Bradshaw and a brother, Jack (survived by Barb) Bradshaw. Joan is survived by her loving and dedicated husband of 54 years; daughters, JoAnn (Chris) Etling and Janice Wing; son, Adam Wagner; 6 grandchildren, Brandon, Katlin, Blake, Meghan, Jessica, and Christopher; many great grandchildren; sister, Iva (John) Dreckshage; and brother, Mark (Darlene) Bradshaw.

Joan was a beautiful woman who was full of sass and spunk. She could be sarcastic and stubborn but incredibly loving and caring. She was an independent woman who still kept a strong demeanor even in her final days. Joan loved to dance and sing—she especially loved 1950’s rock and roll including Elvis and the Beach Boys. Her kind heart and vibrant spirit will be missed by everyone who knew and loved her. Friends may visit on Monday, November 16, 2020 from 4-8 p.m. at Alexander White Mullen Funeral Home in St. Ann, MO. Funeral service is on Tuesday, November 17th at the 10 a.m. at the funeral home with Father Whitman presiding. A future inurnment will be scheduled. In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated to the Alzheimer’s Association. Expressions of condolence are appreciated at www.alexanderstlouis.com. Due to St. Louis County mandate, the COVID restrictions include that guests must wear masks and a maximum number of 75 people can be properly socially distanced in our funeral home. Thank you for your patience during these difficult times.

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    Monday, 16 November , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, 17 November , 2020

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Dennis Davison

17 November 2020

JoAnn and family, we want to express our condolences to you and your family during the lose of your mother. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. The entire Rockford staff.

Joseph Meiergerd

16 November 2020

Joan was a well respected bus driver for Francis Howell school district when I a fellow driver met her. We had many laughs together and she was well respected by her students. God bless you Jerry for all your dedicated years faithful to joan, especially these past few years when joan was no longer the woman most remember her to be. Love you and your family. Deacon Joe Meiergerd

Ron & Toni Wagner

15 November 2020

Jerry and Family, So sorry for your loss. We enjoyed getting together with Joan and Jerry every so often for dinner at a restaurant. Unfortunately, it wasn't often enough, but we always looked forward to it. We remember spending a day sailing on the pontoon boat with Joan and Jerry. It was so peaceful and gorgeous. That is a one memory that will stay with us forever. Keep your memories close to your heart, but share them with others.

Joann Etling

14 November 2020

Joann Etling

14 November 2020

Darlene Bradshaw

13 November 2020

Darlene Bradshaw

13 November 2020

Darlene Bradshaw

13 November 2020

Darlene Bradshaw

13 November 2020

Annetta Bedsworth

13 November 2020

So sorry for your loss! Joan was a Wonderful Person and we will miss that Beautiful Smile. I am the first cousin to Jerry. My father Russell lived at the Lake of the Ozarks Mo and Dorothy ,Jerry and Joan rented a cabin there. We went out to eat by boat.Then lost them. But finally went back to find them. We had a wonderful time at the lake. We will greatly miss her. See you someday Joan ! We will meet again.

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