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Ride Listing Below Last Updated: 12-07 10:10 DCF
1 Dec Thur RIDE CANCELLED  Trinity Lutheran School to Portage Des Sioux
Meet at 9:00 a.m. for a 9:30 start from Trinity Lutheran School parking lot at 4689 N. Hwy 94 for a flat 24 mi ride to Portage Des Sioux.
Visit the "Lady of the Rivers" Shrine. Rest/food stop in Portage Des Sioux. Directions: From MO. Hwy 370 westbound, take Exit 7 to N. 3rd St. (Hwy 94).
Take left at bottom of exit ramp. Trinity School is about one mile after Hwy. 94 does a sharp left at Hwy. H.
Coordinators: Billie and Alan, home: 314-291-7860, cell: 314-682-8344.
16 Dec Fri Mary Thompson's Interment with Full Military Honors at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery
Mary Constance Thompson (Bishop DuBourg 1965) of Moline Acres, St. Louis County, Missouri [Born October 8, 1947, Texarkana Texas, died November 17, 2016,
at her friends Ken and Faith Stoy’s home in Montrose, Colorado. Preceded in death by her parents James Henry Thompson (Lancaster, South Carolina) and Catharine
Lucille Rozier (Kirkwood, Missouri). She is survived by her siblings: Virginia (Jay Davis) of Baltimore, Maryland; Joseph (Vicki Farrar) of The Villages,
Florida; and George (Barbara Sackberger) of Arnold, Missouri, plus her best friend and companion Mike Moncheski of Moline Acres.
Our dear aunt, cousin and friend. It took cancer three tries to finally beat her, but her years of dedication to cycling had made her too tough to conquer
without a vicious fight. Born into an Army family, she enlisted in the ROTC program at the University of Missouri - St. Louis at the height of the Vietnam War.
She graduated a Second Lieutenant and was sent to Fort Benning, Georgia. After leaving the Army Mary earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration and
became a Scottish Highland Dancer and Teacher. She choreographed the Scottish dancing for the Kirkwood Theater Guild’s production of Brigadoon. She was a Vice
President with the A. L. Williams Insurance Company. Her enthusiasm for cycling motivated her to qualify for and complete the internationally renown ride Paris
to Brest to Paris. Her last employment was in Customer Service for Verizon. She died reconciled to God in the loving arms of Jesus.
We shall all miss her love, sweet smile and sparkling personality.
A vehicle procession carrying her remains to Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery (2900 Sheridan Rd, St. Louis, MO 63125, (Phone:(314-845-8320) will leave
the Orlando Gardens’ Parking Lot at Grant’s Trail (4300 Hoffmeister Ave., St. Louis, MO 63125) on December 16, 2016, at 10:15 A.M.
Her internment memorial is scheduled at 11:00 AM. Reverend Orv Mueller will lead the services.
Directions to Orlando Gardens Parking Lot: From I-55 exit at Reavis Barracks Rd. (exit #199). East on Reavis Barracks for 500+ ft to light at Union Rd. Left on Union for
0.6 mi to Hoffmeister Ave before I-55 overpass. Right on Hoffmeister for 0.2 mi to parking lot for Grant's Trail and Orlando Gardens.
13 Dec Tue Night Lights Ride (2Aa and 2Ab)
Join in a leisurely paced night ride to enjoy the Holiday Lights in and around St. Louis Hills.
Meet at 5:45 p.m. at the corner of Nottingham & Donovan, the northwest corner of Francis Park.
Mileage will depend on weather but will remain under 20 miles. No go in precipitation or less than 15° F.
Between 15 and 30 degrees, we will abbreviate the miles. Riding lights (eg, a flashlight strapped to your top tube or helmet plus red rear-facing light)
are required and high visibility colors are suggested. Maps will be distributed the night of the ride.
Near the end of the ride we will stop at the Bread Co for hot chocolate; it's only a couple blocks from the cars.
Coordinator: Laura Gerren, home: 314-984-9180 (voice messages only), cell: 314.258.5232 (text messages received)