Loyse Frances Aline Reuter Obituary

January 10, 1914 – September 12, 2010

Loyse Frances Aline Reuter
FARMINGTON — Mrs. Loyse Frances Aline Carty Reuter, 96, passed away September 12, at her Farmington Presbyterian Manor residence. She was born January 10, 1914, in Texas County, Missouri, to William F. and Alice Aline Case Carty. Preceding in death was her second husband, Frederick J. Reuter, two sisters: Louise Davis and Lois Gladden; one brother, Jay Carty; grandson, Richard Forinash; great-grandson, Baby Schlemeier; daughter-in-law, Joan Eaton Forinash and her first husband, Glen D. Forinash. Mrs. Reuter was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Park Hills. She enjoyed and was a member of Order of Eastern Star for 60+ years and served as Past Matron and District Deputy Grand Matron of the 40th District of Eastern Star in 1948 and 1949. Mrs. Reuter served as Guardian of Job’s Daughters Bethel #36 and was a cosmetologist having her own business, Town and Country Beauty Shop in Flat River for many years before her retirement. Her hobbies included oil painting, knitting, crocheting, sewing, playing the piano and spreading her indelible spirit, her love and inspiration to her family and friends. She will be forever loved and greatly missed by two sons: Bill R. Forinash of Hampton, Virginia; Donald G. (and Sandra) Forinash, of Brighton, Tennessee, and daughter, Delaine F. (and Kenneth) Schlemeier, of Farmington. Grandchildren include Melissa (and Fred) Wanner; Michael (and Amy) Forinash; Erik (and Julie) Forinash; Kara Forinash; Kristine (and Ryotaro) Sumi; Daniel (and Angie) Schlemeier; Clayton Schlemeier and two step-grandchildren: Sarah and Susan Ruark. Eight great-grandchildren: Joshua and Jessica Forinash; Brandon and Bradley Schlemeier, (and their mother, Gina Schlemeier); Nathan Schlemeier; Madelyn Ann Forinash; Kento and Karen Sumi. Two step, great-grandchildren: Caleb and Miller Allen, Also, her brother-in-law, James (and Waneda) Forinash, nieces, nephews and friends. Visitation today, 4-8 p.m. at Taylor Funeral Service, Inc., Farmington. Easter Star Service Tuesday 5:00 p.m. Visitation resumes Wednesday, at 6:30 a.m., until service time at 11:00 a.m. at Taylor Funeral Chapel, with Pastor Eddie Bone officiating. Interment follows at St. Francois Memorial Park Cemetery, rural Bonne Terre. Memorials may be made to Park Hills First United Methodist Church

Loyse's tribute is brought to you by:
St. Francois Memorial Park
St. Francois Memorial Park
6776 VO-Tech Road
Bonne Terre, MO United States
Phone: (573)-358-2228
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