Lula Mae Cooper-Redd

Lula Mae Cooper-Redd died of COVID-19 on April 9 at the age of 87. Her late husband was a minister and Lula Mae was known for being a very spiritual woman. She would pray for you when you needed it, and always had a good word to say.

She had worked for most of her life as a housekeeper in Ladue, and was enjoying her retirement being active in her church.

Lula Mae Cooper-Redd’s daughter-in-law’s mother, Carol Todd, died of COVID the next day on April 10th. Her son and his wife grieved their mothers lost to COVID-19 together, but apart from their church family, extended family, and friends.

Lula Mae is missed deeply by her extended family, many friends, and church family.

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Carol Ann Todd

Carol Ann Todd was beating cancer when she was struck with COVID-19. She went to the emergency room feeling ill and never saw her family again. Carol died on April 10. She was 69 years old.

She had traveled the world singing choir and raised three children. She was a proud grandma and active in her church during retirement.

One of her daughters, Vanessa Trotman had just lost her mother-in-law to COVID-19 the day before on April 9th. Vanessa and her husband, faced with deaths of both of their mothers, had to grieve physically apart from family, friends, and church.

Carol Ann Todd is missed not only by her loving family but deeply by her church and community, and anyone who was ever fortunate enough to get to know her.

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