Lawrence V. Niemann, Jr.
Baptized in the Hope of Christ’s Resurrection on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Larry is survived by his dear wife Mary (Donnelly), daughters Catherine, Anne, and MaryGrace, son Ted, father Lawrence V. Niemann, Sr. and mother Mary Jane (Hellweg), sister Nancy Niemann, as well as many brothers and sisters-in-law, and countless friends.
Larry was an active member of St. Clement of Rome Church, The Racquet Club, Missouri Athletic Club and Strathalbyn Farms. He was a Director of Great Rivers Habitat Alliance, Life Sponsor of Ducks Unlimited, Treasurer of The Elks Lodge #9 and a member of the Kirkwood Chamber of Commerce.
Larry graduated from DeSmet High School the University of Missouri St. Louis. After he began his career at Peat Marwick, Larry served as CFO for several insurance companies as well as a manufacturing company where he oversaw finance, accounting and corporate acquisitions, owned Hercules Window Cleaning Company, was a consultant, and a business intermediary.
Larry was a devoted husband, father, son, brother and friend to everyone he met. He never passed up an opportunity to shake a hand, tell a story, help a neighbor, buy a drink or offer a cigar. He loved family adventures, duck hunts, fishing trips and golf, all accompanied with good humor and plenty of conversation. Everyone loved Larry and Larry loved everyone he met.
Services: A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday, September 5 at St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church, 1510 Bopp Road, St. Louis 63131 at 10:00 a.m.
Due to COVID capacity/concerns, the Mass is private. If you have not heard directly from a family member inviting you to the Mass, please Live Stream it.”
You can live-stream the Mass in one of two ways:
Go to the parish website: www.stclementcatholicchurch.org. Scroll down a bit and you will see a big link that says LIVE STREAM MASS. This will take you to our Facebook page with the Mass. OR
Go directly to our Facebook page: facebook.com/stclement63131/ Scroll down until you find the Mass you wish to watch. You do not need a facebook account to live-stream or view a prior recording.
CELEBRATION of LIFE
Please come celebrate Larry’s life with his family on
Saturday, September 5th from 1:00-4:00pm
12481 Ladue Road / St Louis, MO 63141
* ENTRANCE CAPACITY TO THE ELK’S LODGE WILL BE LIMITED TO ENSURE SOCIAL DISTANCING – PLEASE WEAR A MASK *
Interment Calvary Cemetery.
The family has requested that if people would like to make donations in Larry’s honor and memory that they be directed to the PT/OT Resource Fund at Rockhurst University or Great Rivers Habitat Alliance.
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Maureen Steiniger Feltz saysSeptember 4, 2020 at 7:44 pm
Adrian Rotrige asked me to send his sincerest sympathies to the family and to let Larry Sr know he’s thinking about him.
Maureen Steiniger Feltz saysSeptember 4, 2020 at 6:23 pm
On behalf of Larry’s Steiniger cousins, we offer our deepest sympathies to your family. We will be praying with you as Mass is Live-streamed. Please give Mary Jane and Larry Sr hugs from us. God bless you!
John Kustura saysMay 3, 2020 at 7:33 pm
I learned of Larry’s passing via phone call from a dear friend. I was shocked. Larry, who I knew through other great friends of mine since high school, was a just a superb gentleman. He was extremely personable and was very generous with his time, treasure and talent. My lasting memory of him was from a couple years ago when I was visiting St. Louis (I live in California now). He offered to take my youngest son shooting at his gun club the Sunday morning of that weekend. It was so nice of him to do that. I will miss his laugh and his zest for life. To his wife Mary, also my dear friend, and his daughters and son, may the Lord be with you during this difficult time. God Bless!
Eugene Parker saysMay 9, 2020 at 2:11 am
Rest in peace my friend ..I grad with Larry from OLGC..
Anonymous saysJuly 24, 2020 at 11:59 pm
Thanks John Kustura, we are shaken to the core….
Mary Niemann saysJuly 25, 2020 at 12:00 am
Tim Brennan saysApril 13, 2020 at 7:43 pm
My condolences to the Niemann family. He was a very nice man and thankful I got to know him some through the Elks.
Anonymous saysApril 13, 2020 at 3:58 pm
I never walked away from a meeting with Larry, or on a call, without a smile on my face. He had an incredible gift to make every person he touched feel happy. In this crazy world we now find ourselves in, we could use Larry’s gift more than ever. Knew the guy for over 50 years. He was a true blessing in my life. I will miss him very much. Larry was truly a great man, and he will never be forgotten. If I know Larry, with his charm and mastery of persuasion, he’ll get an exemption from the “No Smoking Policy” in heaven. I can honestly see him watching over us……and, of course, puffing on a big ol’ cigar.
dan hutton saysApril 12, 2020 at 1:41 pm
So sad when such a fine husband and father leaves this world so soon. May the love of Christ be with Mary and the children on Easter and throughout the year.
Terri & Don O'Daniel saysApril 11, 2020 at 8:37 pm
You both lived your life’s journey together to its fullest with love, joy, reaching out to all those you met. Larry will be missed and remembered by so many people which was evident by Thursday night’s tribute to him. Our love and prayers are poured out to you, Mary and your beautiful children! Praying God’s grace will be with you every moment of every day to give you strength, courage, and peace. We love you!
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