Alexander-White-Mullen Funeral Home and Mt Lebanon Cemetery

11101 Saint Charles Rock Road, St. Ann, MO


Wilma S. Stroot

19 February , 192529 September , 2019

Stroot, Wilma S. age 94 passed away on September 29, 2019. Beloved wife of 62 years of the late Donald H. Stroot. Loving mother of Sandra (John) Skroska. Loving aunt of Vickie (Paul) Mahan, Miriam (the late Dale) Mahan, Tony (Carol) Hahn and the late John (Patty) Hahn. Grandmother of Cindy (Bill) Moeller and Sara (Lloyd) Brown. Dearest "GG" of Joey, Lauren, Grace, Olivia, Emma and Maria. Loving aunt of Jim (Carla) Shaner. Dear sister of the late Lela (the late Brownie) Bays. Dear sister-in-law of the late Margie Stroot, the late Doris Hahn and the late Lorraine Stroot.

Wilma was an avid quilter and was well known for her scrubbers and green beans. She found much joy in fishing and gardening. Wilma was always serving in her church whether it be teaching Sunday school, playing Mrs. Claus during Christmas, quilting projects or cooking in the kitchen. She also devoted much of her time to helping the VFW with fish fry's, Bingo and working in the office.

The family will receive friends at Church of the Shepherd, 1601 Woodstone Drive, St. Charles 63304, on Wednesday, October 2, from 10 a.m. until the service at 11 a.m. Interment will follow in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. If desired, donations may be made in Wilma's memory to Thoman-Booth Post 338 American Legion Auxiliary, 9655 Midland Blvd. Overland, MO 63114. Please share condolences at www.alexanderstlouis.com.


  • Visitation Wednesday, 2 October , 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, 2 October , 2019
  • Committal Service Wednesday, 2 October , 2019


Wilma S. Stroot

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Michelle Lithetland

1 October 2019

Wilma and i used to volunteer at the American Legion at 9655 Midland Blvd Fish Fry and Bingo's. We dressed up as a chain gang for bingo one year. She was always joining in any way possible. She will be missed.

Gary Seyfried

1 October 2019

So sorry to hear of Wilma's passing. I used to take Don to the union meetings with me. Wilma was always pleast either on the phone or in person. She & Don are together again. My sincerest sympathy to their family.

Sharon Nigus

30 September 2019

Oh boy! Did I love Aunt Willie too......she really appreciated ALL my nonsense and welcomed me warmly everytime I visited her with my sister, Carol Hahn💕.
Aunt Willie’s legacy of ‘scrubbies’ and delicious green beans will be passed on by her ‘sidekick ‘, caregiver and companion, Carol. Oh, those two were good together and will be again someday! From the heavenly bleachers above Aunt Willie, “PLAY BALL!” Loved laughing with you!😊💖