Joanne M. Wingier

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October 23, 1946 - July 7, 2021
Born in Chicago, IL
Resided in St. Peters, MO

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Joanne M. Wingier (nee Schmidt), of Saint Peters, MO, passed away Wednesday, July 7, 2021, at the age of 74. Cherished daughter of the late Joseph and the late Myrtle (nee Mueller) Schmidt; devoted mother of Peter Wingier and David (Christina) Wingier; mother-in-law of Michelle Forst; loving grandmother of Joseph Wingier, Allison Wingier and the late Jadyn Wingier; dear sister of Richard (the late Sharon) Schmidt, Jerry (Debra) Schmidt, and the late Nancy (still surviving Tony) Faragia; loving Godmother, aunt, cousin and friend to many.

Joanne served one term as a deacon at Heritage Presbyterian Church. She had lots of friends from all points in her life. Joanne worked at the corporate office of White Hen Pantry for about thirty years. She loved chocolate, watching old movies, listening to old records, and most importantly spoiling her grandkids & granddogs.

Joanne was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Memorials in Joanne’s name may be made to American Heart Association.

Baue Funeral Homes is currently following CDC recommendations regarding mask and social distancing policies.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Carol Schmidt July 11, 2021 at 2:41 pm - Reply

    candle 5Auntie Joannie was such an important part of my life, especially as a child. I will miss her no nonsense advice, loving acceptance, and presence, even though we were miles apart.

  2. Kendra Golwitzer July 11, 2021 at 7:36 pm - Reply

    Fond and Loving Memories of a special lady. Joanne is with her family and friends that have gone before her. Peace and Blessings.
    you will be missed.
    Love and Blessings Joanne.
    Love and Blessings to her Sons and Family and Friends

  3. Stephen Sawchuk July 12, 2021 at 8:23 am - Reply

    I only met Joannie in person a few weeks before she passed, but I had heard about her my entire life. She was my mom’s favorite cousin (and best companion when they were little), had a wonderful sense of humor and a clear-eyed perspective on life. Thanks to social. media we were able to be in better touch over the last five years. I cherish having had a little time to get to know her.

  4. Darwin and Carolyn DePina July 12, 2021 at 12:30 pm - Reply

    candle 8To the Wingier Family, During these trials words are so hard to come by for the pain is so fresh, so real. Losing your mom has got to be one of the hardest ordeals in life. We as humans are meant to connect and stay connected. This is one of the reasons we have a Savior. Your time in the physical realm has been shortened, BUT you will have a time when you are back together in the heavenly realm. A place where there is no sorrow there is no pain. For now hold your high and look to Christ he is the ONLY person who can give you the comfort that you seek in this time of sadness. Much love and respect for all of you. Love Darwin and Carolyn DePina. P.S. Our Savior is that warm blanket that we wrap around ourselves on a cold winter night sitting on the couch with a fire blazing in the hearth, with family around keeping the family tight, with a hot cup of coco, or cup of tea. Jesus will provide!!!!!!

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