Georgia Lee Stenger

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August 20, 1937 - September 12, 2019
Born in St. Charles, MO
Resided in St. Charles, MO

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Georgia Lee Stenger, (nee: Ostmann) of St. Charles, MO, passed away Thursday, September 12, 2019 at the age of 82. Beloved wife of the late Thomas L. Stenger; cherished daughter of the late George and Dorothy Ostmann; devoted mother of Karen (Chris) Brenon, Lynne (Robert) Koester and Beth (Greg) Witterholt; loving grand-mother of Kelsey Brenon, Kassandra Brenon, Bailey Witterholt, Evan Witterholt and Dustin Witterholt; dear sister of Don (the late Lucinda)  Ostmann and Mark (Tammy) Ostmann; Georgia was a loving aunt, cousin, godmother, co-worker and friend to many.

Georgia met the love of her life Tom, while she was in college through mutual friends. She briefly worked at McDonnell Douglas. When they decided to have a family, she went home to raise their 3 girls and became very active in most all of their activities. Georgia began working at Immanuel Lutheran Church in 1975 as the church secretary where she retired after thirty years of service. She loved bowling and many card games such as Bridge. Georgia was a big fan of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team and would even go to Spring Training. You could always find her listening to or watching the games. Most of all she loved being active with her family, her children and grandchildren’s lives were just as busy, and she would attend as many activities as possible. Georgia loved all holidays and the time she would spend with everyone.

She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

In Georgia's Memory contributions can be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Jim Martin September 13, 2019 at 5:24 am - Reply

    Georgia will be missed greatly. First met her in college in 1959. She and my wife of 58 years were together from kindergarten to college room mates. She was a great support for Rhoda during her entire life and especially during the last few years of Rhoda’s life. I am grateful for having known her, Tom and family.

  2. Pastor Hummel September 19, 2019 at 1:24 pm - Reply

    During the 30 years Georgia faithfully served as a secretary in our church office, she became the custodian of our church records. She had an amazing knowledge of the families and members of Immanuel. Those of us who worked beside her came to treasure her friendship. Although we will miss her cheerful personality, we look forward to a joyful reunion with her in heaven one day. Ruth and I are sorry we cannot attend her memorial service, but rest assured our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

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