Lou Anne Winters

7 febrero , 19347 septiembre , 2021

Lou Anne (Soffer) Winters, born February 7, 1934, passed away on September 7, 2021. She was born in St. Louis, MO to Frances Wolff Soffer and Benjamin Brandt Soffer. Lou Anne graduated from Clayton High School and attended college at the University of Colorado, where she met her husband Morley Winters. She was affectionately called “Sweet Lou” by all who knew and loved her. After raising her children and working as an active volunteer, Lou Anne became a Teacher’s Aide and taught computers at Old Bonhomme School for 17 years. She spent her retirement playing bridge, traveling the world with her husband, and savoring moments with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren – and was always their biggest supporter and cheerleader. Lou Anne was preceded in death by her parents and her beloved sister, Anita Kopp, and is survived by her husband of 66 years, Morley Winters, her son Bradley (Jill) Winters, and daughter Lori (Ted) Samuels, grandchildren Jeffrey (Katie) Winters, Doug (Amanda) Winters, Jimmy Winters, Ben Samuels, Bobby Samuels, Leigh Samuels, and 5 great-grandchildren, along with her beloved niece and nephew Gary (Susie) Kopp and Susan (Bill) Townsley. Graveside service Friday, September 10th at 10 am at Chesed Shel Emeth, 650 White Road, Chesterfield. The service also will be live-streamed. Please see below for Live Stream details.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be sent to The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital, 1001 Highlands Plaza Drive W. Suite 140, St. Louis, Missouri, 63110 - The Lou Anne Winters Annual Scholarship Fund at Goldfarb School of Nursing.


  • The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital / Lou Anne Winters Annual Scholarship Fund at Goldfarb School of Nursing


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Lou Anne Winters


Pam Weitzman

3 octubre , 2021

I don’t even know where to begin. You all were such a huge part of my childhood. I hold so many fond memories of you all, especially our trip to the lake of the Ozark’s. Reading all the letters my dad would send from the trips they took together that would have us laughing for days. As I write this I can hear her voice in my head telling me stories of when she and my mom were growing up. Uncle Morley, Brad and Lori I am sending you all my deepest condolences. Thinking of you all.


Marc P. Weinberg

12 septiembre , 2021

Brad, I'm sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. You, and the family, have my deepest empathies.


Phyllis Siegel

10 septiembre , 2021

What a fine lady! May the good memories last a lifetime. I met Lou Anne at the Bridge Center. She will be missed by her bridge family. May it be of some comfort to know her friends care.
She may be gone, but never forgotten!

Roberta Trochtenberg

10 septiembre , 2021

Forever in our memory and always in our thoughts. We will miss you.