OBITUARY

Anthony John Ikemeyer Jr.

April 4, 1939April 30, 2021
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Anthony John Ikemeyer Jr

He answered to Butch, Tony, Dad, Uncle Tony, Googuy, Ike, or simply Mr. Ikemeyer.

On the morning of April 30, 2021, dad passed away peacefully. He was a veteran of the United States Navy, a beer bottler, but more importantly a husband, father, uncle, grandfather, and friend.

He will be forever remembered and loved by his sister, Ann Lohse, son Scott Ikemeyer and Jennifer (Hardt), daughter Carrie and Nick Mills, and grandsons Carter, Dexter, and Caleb. He is also survived by nieces Angie and Pam, nephews Brian and John, as well as many extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Anthony and Mary, wife Dorothy (Rion), sisters Marie and Dorothy, and grandson Connor.

His wife, Dorothy, was the love of his life. Mom and dad knew very quickly they were meant to be together. The two were inseparable and married for 48 years.

  • FAMILY

  • Dorothy, Wife
  • Scott Ikemeyer (Jennifer) (Hardt), Son
  • Carrie (Nick) Mills, Daughter
  • Ann Lohse, Sister
  • Anthonyis survived by grandsons Carter, Dexter, and Caleb. He is also survived by nieces Angie and Pam, nephews Brian and John, as well as many extended family members.
    He was preceded in death by his parents, Anthony and Mary, wife Dorothy (Rion), sisters Marie and Dorothy, and grandson Connor.

Services

  • Visitation Hoffmeister South County Chapel 1515 Lemay Ferry Rd. St. Louis, MO 63125

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021

  • Funeral Service-Hoffmeister South County Chapel

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021

  • Burial

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021

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Mary Fink

May 3, 2021

Mr. Tony as we called him at Bayless was a caring loving man that donated his time to visit with the children in the preschool. Sometimes he would come and work with the kindergarten students. Mr. Tony would always play his hermonica for the kids whenever they asked. They all loved him. Tony always had a special twinkle in his eyes as he answered even the silliest questions from the kids. Tony was an amazing man that touched the hearts of many children. Rest in peace.
I am so glad I met you, Tony.

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Dad shipping out for the Navy

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A young man with this first car, a Hudson

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Mom & Dad’s wedding.

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Mom & Dad’s wedding.

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Mom & Dad’s wedding.

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Dad shipping out for the Navy

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A young man with this first car, a Hudson

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Mom & Dad’s wedding.

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Mom & Dad’s wedding.

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Mom & Dad’s wedding.

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