Visitation will be held from 4-8 p.m. Monday at the O'Sullivan-Muckle funeral home in Chesterfield for the law enforcement veteran of 31 years who passed away on March 13.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Monday, August 20, 2012
Rev. Nienhaus died at age 77. He served several congregations in the St. Louis area, including Incarnate Word in Chesterfield.
Rev. Gerald T. Nienhaus, a retired Catholic Priest who served the Incarnate Word Congregation in Chesterfield, died Friday, Aug. 17, at age 77. Nienhaus died of a brief illness at his home in St. Sophia Health and Rehabilitation Center in Florissant, according to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch obituary. Nienhaus was a teacher and pastor for many Catholic congregations, including Our Lady of Lourdes in University City, St. Rose Philippine Duchesne in Florissant, Our Lady of Presentation in Overland, St. James in St. Louis, North American Martyrs in Florissant, St. Joseph in Apple Creek, St. Aloysius in Spanish Lake, Visitation-Holy Ghost in St. Louis, and Incarnate Word in Chesterfield, according to the Post-Dispatch. Nienhaus is survived by …
Friday, July 20, 2012
16 year-old Emily Beth Herberger died in a single car accident Monday night in St. Charles County.
A funeral service for Emily Beth Herberger, who died Monday night in a car accident on Highway N in St. Charles County, will be held Friday morning in Dardenne Prairie. Herberger, 16, was the daughter of Parkway Central High School teacher Keith Herberger. Emily Herberger, of Foristell, was driving a 2010 Chevy Camaro westbound on Highway N east of Ellerman Oaks Drive at 11:09 p.m., the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. The vehicle exited the left side of the roadway and struck a mailbox, overturned and struck a roadway sign. It then crossed back over the road and left the roadway on the right side before coming to rest upright. A passenger, Alivia A. Nolting, 16, of Wentzville, a passenger in the car, suffered moderate injuries. The…
Friday, November 5, 2010
Walter G. "Wally" Rombach co-owned the Rombachs Farm, a fall tradition for generations.
Walter G. "Wally" Rombach could always be found on his tractor. Or carrying an old coffee can of feed to the chickens and cows kept on his farm. Or tending the pumpkin patch. "He was a true farmer. He loved being on a tractor. He loves the earth. He found satisfaction in seeing things grow," said Deidre Rombach, his niece-in-law. A year ago, he was still picking pumpkins with his family at Rombachs Farms in Chesterfield, the well-known pumpkin patch he co-owned with two brothers that for many is a St. Louis fall tradition. Mr. Rombach died Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 at his home, surrounded by family. He was 86. He was born June 13, 1924 to Karl and Magdelena (Santos) Rombach at the family's farm in Creve Coeur. One of 10 children, family …