George Francis Steffen

George Francis Steffen

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George Francis Steffen entered eternal life on December 3, 2018 at the age of 60. He valued his family and friends as the greatest blessings of his life. Born on April 13, 1958, George was a St. Louis native and lover of God, fishing, gardening, cooking, music and St. Louis sports teams. A Certified Public Accountant, he graduated from University of Missouri and was President of Apartment Exchange.  George loved, was loved and is survived by his three children: Dan (Adrienne Barbero); Eric (Monica) Steffen; and Cara (Connor) Fitzgerald; his parents, Jean and Francis “Steff”; his siblings Bob (Laura) Steffen; Barbara (Paul) Carmedelle; and Ann (George Gerules) Steffen; his nephews (Chris, Andrew), nieces (Teresa, Julia), and many family and friends. There will be a celebration of life held on Saturday, December 8th, 2018 (4pm) at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild, 12 North Jackson Ave., Clayton, MO 63105 (at the corner of Forsyth and Jackson). Please come share stories, laughter and hope with his family and friends. A memorial Mass will be held on Monday, December 10th at 10am at St. Agnes Chapel, 10341 Manchester Road, Kirkwood, MO 63122. George will be laid to rest in a private family burial alongside other members of the Steffen family at Resurrection Cemetery, Affton, MO. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Places for People, Missouri River Relief or the charity of your choice.

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  1. Traci Byrne Benesh says:

    I new George in high school and he married my best friend Paula. I will always remember his smile and his sense of humor. He would always inquire about my son whenever I would see him. I think of him as kind, generous and a good dad.
    I know that he is in heaven and having a beer with Fred telling old stories. Go with God Geoge, you will be missed.

  2. Kim Baker says:

    So much love and many roses to you and your family, Cara.

  3. Jill Hacker Wolken says:

    I’ve known George since high school. Got to know his wonderful friends and family over the years. George was always jovial and kind. Most recently he touched my heart when he befriended my cousin #SuperSteph who was in Barnes for an extended time due to complications from a double lung transplant in 2017. George sent her several cards throughout her stay and became FB friends with her. It really touched me he took the time to reach out to her and become one of her supporters. Now we can support his family as they grieve the loss of a wonderful man. R.I.P. George

  4. Cindy Ankelman says:

    I only met your son George a few times and he was always sweet and so nice to me. I’m so sorry. Love yous

  5. Sr. Janet Folkl says:

    My love and prayers are with each of you as you remember George.

  6. Marie Gerules says:

    I am so sorry. Praying for all of you.

  7. Steve Pohl says:

    RIP George. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Steffen family.

  8. Sr. Mary McDermott says:

    I went to grade school with George at Seven Holy Founders. I only had a few chances to talk with George after grade school. Usually, when I was in for a visit.
    I send my prayers and love to “Steff”, Jean,
    and George’s family and friends.
    Peace,
    Sr. Mary McDermott

  9. Charisse says:

    Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. As you cherish fond memories, you can find comfort in reflecting on God’s promise to see your dear George again. John 5:28,29. Isaiah 25:8. Psalm 37:29. Jw.org

  10. Joe Swartz says:

    I am so sorry and saddened.

  11. Ken Strifler says:

    George and Bob took me to my first concert Aug 1973 at SIUE. America and Jackson Browne. I have been to hundreds of concerts since. The entire family are in my thoughts and prayer.

  12. Katharyn Davis says:

    George was a great guy. It was my privilege to know him, and I will miss him very much.