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Bobbie DeFiore August 15, 1954 - January 25, 2022

Bobbie DeFiore, Ph.D.

At Rest with God at St. Louis, Missouri, Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

Beloved daughter of Rosalyn DeFiore (nee Licodia) and the late Vincent DeFiore, dear sister of Jerry DeFiore, Joan Mueller, and Rene DeFiore, dear aunt of Blake (Erica) Mueller and Kyle Mueller, dear niece of Carole Gomes, dear great-aunt of Bella Mueller, dear cousin and friend.

Services:  No services will be held.  Contributions to National Park Foundation, 1500 K Street NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005 nationalparks.org appreciated.

No services will be held.  Contributions to National Park Foundation, 1500 K Street NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005 nationalparks.org appreciated.


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    Susan Herre says

    Very sad to learn of Bobbie’s passing. Please accept my condolences. Susan Herre, Rosati-Kain, ’72

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    Stephanie Stafford says

    Dear Joan, Jerry, and Renee: Sorry to hear about my friend’s passing….We worked together in the Real Estate business, and she was one smart lady and brought a lot of sound decisions with her. We also had the love for softball in our blood…..She surely will be missed.

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    Betsy Brueggeman Buttice says

    Bobbie was one of a kind! We lived close by each other and played often games of sword fighting and we had a great time when the family got an above ground pool. Her pip was cool and would take us along to his Friday night job as security “bouncer” at theGranada Theater

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      Steven Langhorst says

      Nice memories.

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    Mary zahner says

    When my husband, Tom Kramer, and I lived in St. Louis many years ago, Bobbie would come over and take care of our cats when we were out of town. I loved Bobby and her humor and her view on life. I’m so sorry she is gone.

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    Jason Meyer says

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I was a her next door neighbor in the city and she was always nice and fun loving. May she Rest In Peace

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    Marian Squires says

    So very sorry for your loss. Bobbie was a very smart and fun loving SJA classmate, all good memories. Sending love and prayers.

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    Steven Langhorst says

    My warm condolences to Jerry, Joan, Renee and your mother. Bobbie was a wonderful friend for over 60 years. I will remember her for her wonderful sense of humor and marvelous storytelling. Bobbie was a critical piece of our CYC antics and exploits and a founding member of the BBG. I am so glad to have reconnected recently to rekindle the fun and laughs we have shared through the decades. Bobbie is such a special person and I am so glad to have so many memories of shared fun and love. Take care of each other.

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    Annette Adams says

    I’m so sorry to hear of Bobbie’s passing. I worked for her many years ago at Saint Louis University. May she Rest In Peace.

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    Lonna Morris Rives says

    So sorry for your loss. I went to SJA with Bobbie.

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    Ann Gleason Ernst RKHS'73 says

    Rest in Peace, Bobbie. Ann Gleason Ernst, Rosati-Kain, Class of 1973.

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    Chris Hinchey says

    So sorry for your loss. Although difficult now, you will always have the wonderful memories of your sister to warm your heart and make you smile.

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