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John Gregory Jaeger

Thursday, April 13, 2006 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Waters Funeral Chapel in Vandalia, Missouri.

Friday, April 14, 2006 at 11:00 a.m. at the United Methodist Church, 201 N. Jefferson Street in Vandalia, Missouri.
Officiating will be: Rev. Dusty Morgan.
Music provided by:

Pallbearers: E. L. Johnson, Darwin Irwin, Jeff Jaeger, Greg Jaeger, Chris Jaeger, Brian Orf and Rodney Duke.

John Gregory Jaeger passed away unexpectedly at 12:35 p.m. at St. Joseph's Hospital West in Lake St. Louis, Missouri. John was a 1979 graduate of Francis Howell High School in St. Charles and lived most of his life in the St. Charles county area. He had worked for over 17 years as a heavy equipment operator for Dave Kolb Grading of St. Charles. John was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed horseback riding and camping. He and his wife, Annette, were members of the United Methodist Church in Vandalia and also members of the NEMO Gated Horse Club.

Born: March 23, 1961 in St. Charles, Missouri the son of Kenneth Ivan and Carol Jean (Orf) Jaeger.

Married: Annette (Kohl) Beckler on April 8, 2006 in rural Vandalia, Missouri; she survives at the home.

Survivors include: wife, Annette of rural Curryville; mother, Carol J. Jaeger of Warrenton; two sons, Willam J. "Billy" Jaeger of Winfield and Wyatt W. Beckler of rural Curryville; two daughters, Ashley A. Jaeger of St. Charles and Ashley E. Beckler of rural Curryville; two brothers, Jeff W. Jaeger and Gregory A. Jaeger both of St. Charles, Missouri; one sister, Lucia M. Roberts of St. Charles; maternal grandmother, Mathilda W. Hemmer of Dardenne Prairie, Missouri and paternal grandmother, Laverne M. Jaeger of St. Charles; several nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by: father and grandfathers.

Memorials may be made to John's children in care of Annette Jaeger.

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