LuAnn Eckert

21 septiembre , 195410 noviembre , 2020
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Leutische A. "LuAnn" Eckert (nee Binder) passed away on November 10, 2020 after a long battle with mesothelioma. LuAnn is preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Gloria Binder, and her younger sister, Beverly Laminger. She is survived by her loving husband, Harold A. Eckert, Jr., her youngest sister, Susan Pettigrew, her aunt Maureen Saunchegrow, and her uncle, Eddie Hahler.

LuAnn also leaves behind her nephew, James Laminger, his son, Arthur, and daughter, Annie, and her sister Beverly's first husband, Frank Laminger. She leaves behind many cousins whom she loved, and many many friends for whom she cared very deeply.

LuAnn worked as a waitress, then was hired by the St. Louis Police Department first as a Dispatcher, and then moved to the teleprocessing section. She enjoyed her job as a bartender at St. Louis Lambert International Airport. Later, she and Harry moved to Belgrade Missouri to take care of his parents until their passing. They remained in Belgrade and enjoyed their life together there.

LuAnn was a proud member of the Crestwood Elks.

LuAnn was loved and respected by all who knew her and will be deeply missed.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in LuAnn's memory to The BackStoppers would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Visitation - Monday

    lunes, 16 noviembre , 2020

  • Funeral Service - Tuesday

    martes, 17 noviembre , 2020

  • Committal Service - Tuesday

    martes, 17 noviembre , 2020


LuAnn Eckert


Karen Day

14 noviembre , 2020

I reconnected with LuAnn at the funeral of our Aunt Evelyn 9 years ago. She was interested in genealogy and had a lot of information about the Binders who were from our fathers’ side. We shared many phone calls through the years and met several times and she always had entertaining stories about family members from years past and also about her life with Harry on their farm in Belgrade. I’ll miss her laugh and her upbeat attitude.

Jan Endicott - LaVar

12 noviembre , 2020

I met LuAnn in 1965 when I started Woerner School. She is one of my dearest friends and I will forever miss her. We had a lot of fun times growing up and kept in touch through out the years. We have a lot of shared memories, some I can't put in print but mostly she was my friend. LuAnn, I will miss you and I will see you when I see you.

Love Jan