Audrey E. (Scott) Kasal

Audrey Elaine (Scott) Kasal

October 29, 1926 – October 11, 2013

Audrey Elaine Kasal, 86, passed away Friday, October 11, 2013. Graveside services will be held at St. John’s Cemetery in St. Louis, MO on November 11th, 2013 at 11:00 AM. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Carlisle (Corky), her son, Timothy, her daughter, Carolyn (infant), her parents, James and Mabel Scott, her brothers, Charles and Jim Scott, her sister, Lois Brasel, and her stepson, Clennon Kasal. Audrey and Carlisle will be interred at the same time.

Audrey was born in St. Louis, MO on October 29, 1926. Audrey is survived by her daughter Susan (Joe) Chrisman of Prairie Village, KS and her son Scott (Toni) Kasal of St. Peters, MO. She leaves her sister Justine Jakowski of Springfield, MO. Her grandchildren Krystal E. Kasal, Allan Gacki, Laura (Doug) Durnin, Angie Kasal, Amy Kasal Jones, Joseph, and William Kasal, Jerry (Denise) Chrisman, Michele (Allan) Welter, Tom Chrisman, and Lori (Wayne) Kieffaber. She leaves 23 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren. She is also survived by her dear nieces, Marsha Enchelmaier and Debbie Storey, whose relationships she truly cherished; dear niece, Mary Pat Mulvihill, who was a rock for her for many years; and nephews, Tom and David Mulvihill, Greg and Steve Jakowski, Brian Scott, Stephen Scott, and Ken Kaimann, and friends.

Audrey was an avid reader who loved to needlepoint, knit, and quilt, and watch cable news. She was a loving mother to Susan, Tim, and Scott. She worked at Famous Barr department store at Northwest Plaza. She cared for her husband, Carlisle, as much as he cared for her during their various illnesses and surgeries until his death in 2010.  She spent the last year of her life living with Susan and Joe. It was one of the best years in Susan’s life and hopefully in Audrey’s, too.       


The family would like to thank Crossroads Hospice staff and Audrey’s private caregivers, Carrie Bond and Jeanne Steffes, for their help these past few months.                                                            

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