Daniel Edward Schroeder

Daniel Edward Schroeder of Ballwin MO died of COVID-19 on December 10, 2020 at the age of 61.

Dan found true joy and happiness in being the most amazing father to his three girls and husband to his wife of 37 years. He worked tirelessly to provide for them, and was looking forward to retiring from Davis Tool and Die in 2021 to spend even more time with his beloved family (including his first newborn grandson). Dan enjoyed fishing, watching ball games, playing almost any game, bowling, backyard gardening, and the outdoors in general. He was always there to lend a hand, listen, and quietly make things better behind the scenes in his quiet solid way. He never missed even the smallest milestone or event with his daughters, no matter how insignificant. As his obituary put it, “Dan Schroeder was not a man of many words, but he was a man full of love.”

Dan Schroeder is missed deeply by his wife, three daughters, father, newborn grandson, extended family and circle of friends who were fortunate to know him.

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Daniel Edward Schroeder obituary at St. Louis Cremation 

Michael Derryberry

Michael Derryberry COVID-19 death St. Louis MO

Michael Derryberry passed away April 17 of COVID-19 at the age of 68. He loved camping, shooting, fishing, and everything to do with the outdoors. He actively volunteered with the Bonhomme Lions Club in Ballwin, MO and was a great friend and mentor.

Michael is missed deeply by his wife, children, grandchildren, extended family, and his many friends and acquaintances.

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Jenniffer Anderson-Davis – Nurse working at Meramec Bluffs senior living community in Ballwin (St. Louis County)

Jenniffer Anderson-Davis St. Louis COVID19 death
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Jenniffer Anderson-Davis was a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) living in Hazelwood and working at the Meramec Bluffs Senior Living Center in Ballwin (St. Louis County). She tested positive on April 9 and died of COVID-19 at home five days later on April 14th. She was only 44 years old.

Jeniffer worked hard as a single mom to three kids and gave them everything she could. She loved the residents that she cared for, her family, her friends and her church. She is missed very much by all of them.

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