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Eunice Rose Corner

October 11, 1929 — October 14, 2022

St. Charles

Eunice Rose Corner (nee Herrmann) was born October 11, 1929, in St. Louis, MO to John Fred Herrmann and Louise Lydia Persson. She was preceded in death by sister Gladys (Carroll) (Steiner) and brother Richard and is survived by sister Dorothy (Feilner) and brother Ronnie.  The family lived in north St. Louis and attended Bethany Lutheran Church, where Eunice was confirmed on April 18, 1943.  They later moved to Overland, and she graduated from Ritenour High School in 1948.  Eunice married Neal Russell Gnau on October 8, 1949, and is survived by their children Mark (Yvonne), Sharon Headrick (John), and John (Michele). Neal died in 1984, and Eunice married Donald Corner in 2004.  He also preceded her in death.  Eunice is survived by three grandchildren, Jeff (Natalie), Sarah (Marc), and Kyle (Taryn), and two great-grandchildren, Violet, and Neala.


Eunice held several positions during her working career, and particularly enjoyed her time as receptionist at the headquarters for Schnuck Markets.  She was active in church throughout her life, particularly her sharing group, Bible studies, Stephen Ministries, and choir, and was a volunteer tutor through OASIS.  Eunice loved spending time with her family, travel, watching Cardinal baseball, reading and walking.  She was generous and kind with a loving, living faith, and will be missed by many.


In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Eunice's name to Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri. 

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Saturday, October 22, 2022

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