Diana Ilges

Diana Ilges

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Ilges, Diana (nee Jacobs)
Passed away peacefully on November 1 in St. Charles, MO at the age of 76. She was born in St. Louis, MO on March 6, 1942.
She was predeceased by Roger Ilges, her loving husband of 46 years, her beloved son, Michael, and brothers Frank “BZ” and Joel.
Lovingly remembered by brother, Michael “Uncle Mike”, son, David (Debbie), and daughters Ellen (Dave), Mary (Bob), Sharon (Mike), nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She will be missed by family and many dear friends.
A mass to honor Diana’s life will be on at 10:00am Friday, November 9th at St. Cletus Church on Zumbehl Road in St. Charles. Visitation will precede mass from 9:00-10:00am.

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  1. Marilyn Lucdo says:

    To the family of my dear friend, Diana. I am so very sorry for all that you must go through, as you grieve the loss of your dear mother. Your mama loved each of you with a heart overflowing with love. I know because when any of you were facing any problems in your lives, she would call me and ask me to pray for you. She knew the power of prayer and she wanted you to be happy. As you well know, she was a strong, faith-filled and faithful prayer warrior. I will miss my friend so much! I love this video that you have put together, cherishing and honoring her and showing through these pictures, all of the lives that she touched. I love the first picture of your dad and your mom smiling and embracing. That’s how I like to remember both of them, being happy and reunited. I am praying for each of you, as you walk the dark road that lies ahead for you. Remember, she is not dead, rather she has passed from this life to her eternal reward and someday we will all be reunited. We miss her and will always miss her, for she touched our lives profoundly with her love. The memories of and with her are ours to cherish forever. Sending love and hugs to all of her family. I love you and I’m praying for you. Love & Prayers, Marilyn Lucido