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Obituary for Elizabeth Henerey (Meyer)

Elizabeth  Henerey (Meyer)
Henerey, Elizabeth “Betty”
(nee Meyer), 74, Fortified with the Sacraments of the Holy Mother Church on Saturday February 22, 2020. Beloved wife of Charles Henerey, Loving mother of Richard (Bridgette) Henerey, Lisa (John) Schulte, & Brian (Anna) Henerey. Dear grandmother of 7. Dear Sister of Richard (Maureen) Meyer, the late Edward Meyer & Arthur (Heather) Meyer.
Betty was born in St. Louis, MO on September 25, 1945 to Richard and Julie Meyer. She was the oldest child with three younger brothers: Rich, Ed, and Art. She grew up in Richmond Heights and attended Little Flower grade school. Her family moved to Des Peres, MO when she began her freshmen year at St. Joseph’s Academy. She then attended Maryville University where she got a degree in Math. She taught math in the Parkway School District for three years. Betty met her husband Charlie through mutual friends in 1965. They were married at St. Clement of Rome on June 15, 1968. When her first child, Rick, was born she decided to take a break from teaching to raise her kids. She began teaching at Nerinx Hall High School in 1980 when her youngest child, Brian, started kindergarten. She taught there for 33 years, including the four years that her daughter Lisa attended school there. The teachers and students at Nerinx became a second family to Betty and even organized a wig day when Betty lost her hair during chemo. While teaching full time at Nerinx, Betty attended night school at Webster University and earned her Masters Degree in Math.
Betty was a collector of many things. Her love of lighthouses grew from family vacations spent in Hilton Head and Florida. She also loved Betty Boop because of her playful and fun nature. Pink was Betty’s favorite color. While teaching she often printed her tests on pink paper and wore pink so often that people would comment if she didn’t have it on. She even had a pink Christmas tree!
Betty also spent lots of time sewing and doing needlepoint.
Family was the most important part of Betty’s life. She loved spending time with her family and was an amazing host for all the major holidays and birthdays making delicious food and sweet treats. Her seven grandchildren were a big source of pride for her, and she was blessed with many friends throughout her years that were like family to her.

Services: Funeral Mass Friday Feb. 28th, 10 am at Ste. Genevieve du Bois Catholic Church. Interment Private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Betty’s memory to the Sarcoma Foundation of America, P.O. Box 98160, Washington, DC, 20090-8160 would be appreciated. Visitation Thursday Feb. 27th, 4-7pm at Bopp Chapel.
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