- December 9, 1951 - June 12, 2012
- Saint Ann, Missouri
of Rita's Passing
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Rita we will truly miss you. You are such a wonderful friend. May you rest in peace.
Posted by: Fretzie - st. charles, MO - friendt Jun 14, 2012
Thinking of you at this very difficullt time.
Posted by: judy zafft - fellow volunteer Jun 14, 2012
Sorry for your loss.
Posted by: Rochelle Weinstein - BALLWIN, MO Jun 14, 2012
To the best Aunt in the World you will be extremely missed. I have so many wonderful memories of our time shared together in this world. Even though my heart is broken in a zillion pieces right now I know the day will come when we will meet again in heaven. I couldn't type I love you enough to show how much you mean to me. So I won't say goodbye but see you later in that home that awaits us in that big beautiful sky.
Posted by: Brenda Hixson - Park Hills, MO - Aunt Jun 14, 2012
So sorry to hear about Rita's passing, may God send you all comfort in this difficult time.
Posted by: Rabbi Mordecai Miller - St Louis, MO - Friend Jun 14, 2012
I know how much you loved and cared for Rita. Your volunteer work at MoBap is a tribute to Rita.
Posted by: Susan Markham - St. Louis, MO - friend Jun 14, 2012
Rita helped me with several things when I was in the Genetics Department and she always did it willingly and with a smile. She also was truly interested in me as a person and we shared many stories and had a lot of laughs. I will miss her.
Posted by: Janet Connolly Jun 14, 2012
You ARE an inspiration to me. You ARE a great example of a strong, loving woman, mother and wife. Thank you for accepting me and my family into your family so graciously. You will be forever missed and loved.
Posted by: Cassandra & Patrick Smith and Cierra Wallace - University City, MO - Rita & Ken are our IWP & my boss Jun 14, 2012
Rita was a good friend with whom I shared many memorable times at WashU. When she joined the Dept of Genetics, I was one of the professors she was assigned to help. While completing projects we always found things to laugh about that made my life much more enjoyable. One of the more daunting tasks of Rita's was teaching me how to use a computer when PCs first came out. It was great fun!
For her many years of loyal friendship and professional help, I will always remember Rita fondly. My very best to her family.
Ted Hansen, Professor of Genetics.
Posted by: Ted Hansen - co-worker Jun 14, 2012
Rita will be missed. Ken you are in my prays.
Posted by: Jaime Kanzler - St. Louis, MO - Ken is my boss Jun 14, 2012