Kriegshauser Mortuary-West Chapel

9450 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO


June Marie KROECK

November 8, 1929January 6, 2020

June M. (nee Marquardt) Kroeck, 90, on Monday, January 6, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Carl H. Kroeck; loving mother of Leslie (David) Stewart and Valerie Kroeck; dear grandmother of Jonathan and Kimberly Kinsell; great grandmother of Katelyn.

SERVICES: Private interment in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.


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June Marie KROECK

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Jim Marquardt

January 12, 2020

Loving Aunt, caring, compassionate, giving.. Always Took the time to listen, to love, and bridge memories of others in the family. A precious soul, a loving person, An aunt who took the time to listen to the common things of another.. you will always have my love, and will always be in my memory. “Well done good and faithful servant “... you will be missed deeply, I love you. In him always... Thankyou for always giving me an ear.. You were so generous... God speed my angel. With all of my love 🙏 ~ Jim.

Jackie Peck

January 8, 2020

My aunt and I became much closer after the loss of my dad, her brother Gene, back in 2001. Due to the miles between us, our relationship grew initially through email, and then weekend phone calls. Those conversations were rich with subjects that we had in common. We would visit about our families. Aunt June especially enjoyed telling me about her beautiful and intelligent granddaughter, and how she looked forward to seeing her. She always mentioned her friend Pat, a person that meant the world to her. Cardinal baseball always made the list of topics, as did conversations about health, and our pets. Aunt June had a great memory and shared stories of her past and special times with her brother. I traveled to St. Louis to see her three weeks before she passed. The time I spent with her was truly a gift. Although limited by the stroke she suffered, June and I had one of our typical conversations, which included family, baseball and pets. We looked at family photos which I brought along and she recognized nearly everyone. Needless to say, leaving her that day was tough. As I traveled home I reflected on this beautiful soul and what she meant to me and so many others in her lifetime. My life was so much better with her in it. I will miss you Aunt June. Rest in peace.

Kim Kinsell

January 8, 2020

My grandmother was the one who made me fall in love with St Louis. I’ve grown up 2 hours away but was able to spend many weekends, spring breaks and summer breaks with her. She introduced me to the Butterfly House, the Zoo, the Arch, the Cardinals and so much more. She gave the best advice when I was down or indecisive. She loved her grandchildren and great granddaughter so much. I will miss her greatly.

Susan Neuman

January 8, 2020

Loved this beautiful woman. Always a kind word, and beautiful smile. Always loved having her at family gatherings! Sue Neuman

Valerie Kroeck

January 8, 2020

My mom was a very kind-hearted and generous person towards both people and animals. She loved her morning cup of decaf with some crumbled up graham crackers! We will miss her.