Bayer, Erna E. (Nee Kastner) Peacefully Departed on Saturday

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Bayer, Erna E. (Nee Kastner) Peacefully Departed on Saturday


Bayer, Erna E. (nee Kastner) Peacefully departed on Saturday, November 15, 2015. Loving daughter of the late Louis and Alfreida Kastner; beloved wife of the late Edward J. Bayer; dear mother of Sharon (Norman) Bayer-Berg, John E. and Richard L. (Sandra) Bayer; dear grandmother of Tina (James) Gardner, Christipher Berg, Tracie (Brett) Grimm, Anna (Shayne) Nakamoto and Kimmy Bayer; dear great- grandmother of Hunter Berg, Ainsley, Johnathan Gardner, Leah and Jase Grimm, Natalie, Malia and Sophia Nakamoto; dear sister of Louis (Marie) Kastner and the late Elfreida McClenning; our dear aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Erna was born on March 7, 1932 and graduated from Webster Groves High School in 1951. She received a degree in cosmetology a year later. Erna married Edward J. Bayer on June 20, 1953. Ed and Erna enjoyed 40 years of wedded bliss until Ed's sudden death in 1993. Erna was a 50 year member of Webster Groves Eastern Star, belonged to the Southside Detachment of Marine Corps League Women's Organization, the Open Door Church Choir and was a church board member. …

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