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Fred "Pappy" R. Naumann


Fred R. "Pappy" Naumann, 82, of Valmeyer, IL, died January 29, 2021, in Freeburg. He was born October 24, 1938, in E. St. Louis, IL.


He is survived by his wife Janis S. Naumann (nee Kennedy); children Matt Naumann, Leigh (Henry "Butch") Ford, & Ben  Naumann; grandchildren MacLain C. Naumann, Madison R. Naumann, Collin C. Ford, Kylie E. Ford, Aniston N. Naumann, and Shelton M. Naumann; brother Don (Ida)  Naumann; nieces, nephews, & cousins.


He is preceded in death by his parents Fred Christ & Helen Louise (nee Taylor) Naumann; & brother Richard Naumann.


He was a US Air Force Veteran, labor local # 100 - E. St. Louis, IL (50+ year member), farmed for 30 years plus, & enjoyed bowling & football.


As an expression of sympathy the family prefers memorial contributions to: 
American Diabetes Assn. or Humane Society of Monroe County

Memorial Visitation:
    8:30 AM until time of service Saturday, February 27, 2021 at Quernheim Funeral Home

Memorial Service:
    10 AM Saturday, February 27, 2021 at Quernheim Funeral Home in Waterloo, IL
          Pastor Guy Briley officiating
    Interment at Miles Cemetery in Waterloo, IL

 


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Death is a part of Life, and although Pappy lived a long life, its not easy saying good bye. My thoughts are with you Matt, Leigh and Ben. May good memories get you through this difficult time. I have a memory of walking a soybean field one hot summer pulling weeds. I was happy to do it because Pappy paid almost twice as much as Uncle Charlie. He didnt have to, but he wanted to help his nephew earn some money. I knew it and always appreciated that. I have a memory of visiting dad and Pappy, when dad was in the same assisted living residence for a few days. I sat on the floor in his room, and listened to the two talk old Local 100 stories. Dad did most of the talking, Pappy listened and laughed a lot. Pappy offered me a soda. Thats what Naumanns do when you visit them. I am so very sorry for your loss. I know Uncle Pappy is somewhere, probably trying to get two more guys sent out of the Hall.

Michael Naumann Feb 22 2021 12:00 AM

Rip my brother

Scott dudley Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM

My sincere condolences to Janis and Family, as well as my Brother in-law; Don and Ida (Barber) Naumann. on "Pappy's" death.. I remember Pappy from those early days in East St Louis and Cahokia.. I am saddened but take comfort in knowing He is now with our Lord and Savior; Jesus Christ. Please know that my Thoughts and Prayers are with the Naumann Family as we mourn Pappy's passing. May God Bless and Comfort all of you.

Bob Barber Feb 2 2021 12:00 AM