Marion Niedringhaus Obituary, Death – The passing of Marion Niedringhaus occurred on the 17th of August, 2023. She called the city of Saint Charles in Missouri her home. We have to break this news to you with a heavy heart, but it is necessary. She was 85 years old when she passed away; she had attained her full age at the time of her passing. On this memorial page, friends and family members are invited and given the chance to express their condolences to the family in the form of words that they can write right here on the page.
These condolences can be read by clicking on the “Condolences” link at the bottom of this page. They were all gone before she did, including her husband Robert Niedringhaus, her parents Levi W. McCracken and Emily McCracken, her grandson Andrew Eckert, and her brother Edward McCracken. She was the only member of her direct family that was still alive when she passed away. In addition to her, one of the people who had passed away before she did was her grandson Andrew Eckert.
She is survived by her daughters, Brenda Eckert (Tom) and Donna Niedringhaus; her grandchildren, Allison Eckert, Austin Eckert, and Nick Booth (Kendra); her great grandchildren, Noah Eckert and Georgia Eckert; and her sister, Lorraine McCracken. She is also remembered by her great-grandchildren, Georgia Eckert and Noah Eckert. Grandma great-grandchildren, Georgia Eckert and Noah Eckert, also remember Grandma fondly after her passing. In addition, her sister passes away after her shortly after she does.
Those who desire to pay their respects may do so during a visitation that will be held on Thursday, August 24, 2023 from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Baue Funeral Home – Cave Springs, which can be found at 3950 W Clay St in St. Charles, Missouri 63301. On the following date and time, Friday, August 25th, 2023, at twelve o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a memorial service held at the same site. This date and time may be adjusted without prior notice. Contributions to the American Diabetes Association can be contributed in Marion’s name as a form of memento or memorial to honor her memory. Donations can also be made in secret if that is more convenient.