Matthew John Boesing

February 25, 1965April 5, 2019

Matthew John Boesing, age 54, of Warrenton, Mo. passed away on Friday April 5, 2019. Matthew was born February 25, 1965 in St Louis to Robert James and Rosemary (Froidl) Boesing.

He is survived by his former wife and mother of his children, Kimberly Sue Morgan; daughters Nichole Lynn (James Austin) Hoppe; and Catrina Marie McMahan; mother Rosemary Boesing-Boehme and step-father Melvin Boehme; a brother Robert James Boesing, sisters Donna Marie Massara, Virginia Josephine Todd and Janette Elsie Jenkins; grandchildren Ashlynn Jeanne Hoppe, Brooklynn Rose Hoppe and Tyler Bryan McMahan.

Matthew was preceded in death by; father Robert James Boesing and a brother Daniel David Boesing.

A visitation for will be held 4-8 pm Wednesday, April 10, at Hoffmeister South County Chapel, 1515 Lemay Ferry Rd, St. Louis, Mo. 63125 . A funeral service will be held at 9:30 am, Thursday, April 11, at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Mount Hope Cemetery.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Boesing family.


  • Robert James Boesing Sr., Father
  • Rosemary Boesing-Boehme, Mother
  • Melvin Boehme, Step-Father
  • Nichole Lynn (James Austin) Hoppe, Daughter
  • Catrina Marie McMahan, Daughter
  • Ashlynn Jeanne Hoppe, Granddaughter
  • Brooklynn Rose Hoppe, Granddaughter
  • Tyler Bryan McMahan, Grandson
  • Kimberly Sue Morgan, Former Wife and Mother of Matthew's Children
  • Robert James Boesing Jr., Brother
  • Donna Marie Massara, Sister
  • Virginia Josephine Todd, Sister
  • Janette Elsie Jenkins, Sister
  • Daniel David Boesing, Brother


  • Visitation Wednesday, April 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, April 11, 2019
  • Interment Thursday, April 11, 2019

Matthew John Boesing

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Renee Thomas (Froidl)

April 9, 2019

My sweet cousin Matt.. So many good memories at grandma/grandpas home in Lemay, Mo. , out at Old Monroe, the school picnics ...the fun rides...the fresh fish... and the list goes on and on. Living in Texas for over 25 yrs., I have always remembered the sweet little cousin with such a good nature. Matt will be sorely missed and our prayers are with the entire family.
Steve&Renee (Froidl)Thomas
Richardson, TX

Steve Adam

April 9, 2019

One deer season when Matt was just a kid,he was going to go to the farm with Paul and I. I told Matt to be ready when I got there to pick him up. When Paul and I arrived at Matt's house he was all packed and ready to go. He ran out of the house with his stuff so excited to be going with us. He put his belongings in the truck and away we went. We were almost to the farm when it became apparent that Matt was so excited to be going,he ran out of the house without shoes. We had extra boots so it wasn't a big deal. Good Bless You Matt.

Denise Todd

April 8, 2019

Not too long after I got my drivers license, uncle Matt told me deer were animals that tracked people so whenever I’m driving and I see one or almost hit one to proceed with caution. He said the deer would follow me for as long as a mile or 2 and might jump out in front of me. So just because I didn’t hit it at the time didn’t mean I was in the clear because it would follow me and could jump out in front of me at anytime over the next mile or so. I believed him for the longest time and I still think of it when I’m driving and see a deer.

Angela Hallquist (Lesch)

April 8, 2019

One of my many many memories of Matt was camping down on Grandma Mary's lot and he was out there in the creek spear fishing. That was my first time seeing anyone do that, and every time he went down he would come back up with a fish. He sure loved the outdoors.