Beth A Schueddig-Howe

Born: Mon., Jul. 23, 1917
Died: Sun., Jan. 26, 2014

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Location: St. Martins Episcopal Church

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   Mrs. Beth A. Schueddig-Howe, 96, of Kansas City, Missouri formerly of St. Louis and Quincy died Sunday (January 26, 2014) in the North Care Hospice House in Kansas City.

   Born July 23, 1917 in St. Louis, Missouri she was the daughter of Desford and Nora Thomson Witbeck. She married Louis Schueddig Sr. on June 10, 1944. He preceded her in death in 1988. She then married Charles A. Howe on August 25, 1990 in Quincy. He preceded her in death on October 19, 2005.

   Beth was a member of Luther Memorial Church in Quincy and a graduate of Soldan High School in St. Louis. Beth was a very pleasant and loving person who loved to entertain and be with her family and friends. She also enjoyed reading. She was a wonderful wife and a devoted homemaker for her family.

   Survivors include; two sons, The Rev. Louis C. Schueddig Jr. of Atlanta, GA. and Thomas D. Schueddig (Jennifer) of St. Louis, MO; a daughter, Ellen Ann Dingwall (Robin) of Plano, TX; two step sons, Gregory J. Howe (Linda) of Quincy and Charles A. Howe III of Warner Robbins, GA; a step daughter, Sandra Suzanne Williams (Ken) of Ballwin, MO; nine grandchildren, Christopher Dingwall of Dallas, TX, Catherine Ann Morgan (Kent) of Plano, TX, Susan Gray (Derrick) and Gregory Schueddig (Rachel) both of Kansas City, MO; Taylor Hauser, Alesta Schueddig, Wendy Schueddig, Kahlivin Schueddig and Davion Schueddig all of St. Louis and five step grandchildren; seven great grandchildren, Cullum and Caitlin Morgan, Heather and Brian Dingwall, Mariah, Makayla and Madalyn Gray; several step great grandchildren and a sister, Nancy Quinn of Honolulu, Hawaii.

   Beth was preceded in death by her parents; both husbands, Louis Schueddig Sr. and Charles A. Howe; and a brother-in-law, William Quinn.

   A private family memorial service will be held Saturday February 8, 2014 at the St. Martins Episcopal Church in Ellisville, MO with the Rev. Emily Hinquist officiating.

   Memorials may be made to the St. Martins Episcopal Church or to the Episcopal Media Center in Atlanta, GA in care of  the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home, 1435 State St Quincy, IL 62301.

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Gena Allen Beaber
   Posted Wed January 29, 2014
You have my deepest sympathy. Beth was a wonderful person and had such a love of people and the most wonderful laugh!! I have missed her ever since she left Good Samaritan. I have thought of her often. I know she was very proud of her family!

Thinking of you,

Gena from Good Sam Accounting in Quincy IL

Jeanette Bohne
   Posted Thu January 30, 2014
Please accept my sympathy. Beth was a wonderful person. Always pleasant and happy. Beth was my neighbor when she lived in the cottages at Good Sam in Quincy. We had many conversations bringing back fond memories when I mentioned one day that I had taught in the St. Louis Public Schools for many years. Know that the family is in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.

Judy Graham
   Posted Thu January 30, 2014
Beth was a wonderful lady that we have missed every since she left Good Samaritan Home. We truly enjoyed her spirit and love of life. She loved her cottage here at the home and I know it was hard for her to make the decision to move. She loved Charlie so much and was so attentive to him when he was here. I hope you know how many lives she touched when she was here.

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