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Phyllis Morehead December 25, 1923 - March 25, 2020

Phyllis J. Morehead

(nee Johnson) fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Wednesday, March 25, 2020.

Beloved wife of the late Walter D. Morehead, dear mother of Cathy (Tracy) Beckette, Mary (Steve May) Morency, and Maggie Bolderson, dear grandmother of Michael (Jill Ward) Beckette, Libby (Matt) Winkler, Peter (Kati) Beckette, Ann Beckette; Jeff (Jennifer Berardi) Morency, Tasha Morency; Adam (Mary) Bolderson, Kate (Adam) Tabers, Kim (Tyler) Duffy and Sean Bolderson, dear great-grandmother of Declan and Quinn Beckette, Grace and Brendan Winkler, Grey Beckette, Jordan and Jacob Morency, Sophie and Austin Tabers, and Evelynn Duffy, dear aunt and great-aunt.

Services: Visitation and memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Please check back for details. Private Interment at Calvary Cemetery. Contributions to the Bethesda Health Group Foundation, 1630 Des Peres Road, Suite 290, St. Louis, MO 63131 appreciated.

Visitation and memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Please check back for details.


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    Wanda Macke says

    So sorry to hear this news. I taught second grade at All Souls for 11years and Phyllis taught kindergarten. She was a fine lady.

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    Denice says

    I am sorry for your loss. She taught my daughter in Kindergarten in 1995 at All Souls. She also was her piano teacher. I have fond memories of her.

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    Lynda Arnold says

    Maggie and Family,
    Very sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing.
    She made a great impact as my Kindergarden teacher who made such
    good memories for myself and so many others!
    God Bless you all at this time,
    Praying for you all,
    Lynda (Sherman) and Joe Arnold

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    Joyce says

    She worked with my son and his reading when he was in 1st grade. She taught him how to write poetry as well. He is now grown and reads everything every day…walking encyclopedia. There’s pivotal people in ones life and for us, she was a devotee of her time for the good.

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