Obituaries & Death Notices
Dr. Kenneth Rybicki stayed healthy for 13 years after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
He helped judges when legislators attacked their budget.
She was in charge of the company's rebranding.
From sports icons and acting legends to world leaders, we've said goodbye to a number of celebrities in 2015. TV star Dick Van Patten is the latest.
People across the country called him for help.
Monsignor Joseph Pins welcomed all to the Cathedral Basilica on Lindell since 2004.
Wagner, 81, was co-founder of Missouri Citizens for Life and mother-in-law of U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, R-Ballwin.
Some days, she was lucky to eat after losing job and health insurance.
From sports icons and acting legends to world leaders, we've said goodbye to a number of celebrities in 2015.
He grew up in Maplewood and traveled the world with The John Pizzarelli Trio.
As a founder of Theatre Project Company, she created the niche for small professional theater here.
Blanton Whitmire used a non-toxic pesticide and developed an application process that changed the industry.
He invented a way to avoid clear-cutting, with its ugly scars on the land.
He was host, producer and 'provocateur' of TV's 'Donnybrook.'
He headed the Deaconess Foundation.
He led what now is Thompson Coburn for 20 years.
One arrest was made but the case was taken under advisement
Peggy Wallerstedt was her real name and, no, she wasn't married to anyone at the supermarket chain.
Todd Schnuck, chairman and CEO of the supermarket chain, called her a “St. Louis advertising icon." Peg Wallerstedt died May 12, 2015, at the …
In St. Louis, he helped found the Holocaust Museum.
She taught for 30 years at SLU and co-founded its women's studies.
He called himself a "convict-criminologist."
He served for 29 years as a judge in St. Charles County.
He served on the appellate court and the state Supreme Court.
She worked at KSD-TV for more than 25 years.
As mayor, he helped make some gutsy decisions to revitalize.
He sued for those he called the underdogs and won millions.
Donna Baker married her high school sweetheart when she was just 17, and saw him sent off to Vietnam four months later.
He used drugs instead of surgery.
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