Mark Santo Spanevello was fifty eight years young and a resident of
“The Hill” community in Saint Louis, Missouri for 43 years. On September 21, 2018 at 4:55am at Barnes Jewish Hospital, Mark was surrounded by loved ones when he took the Lord’s hand and was finally able to go home and rest.

He was born on March 5, 1960 in Saint Louis, Missouri. He was the
son of the late Raymond and Grace (Giuffrida) Spanevello. He married his high school sweetheart, the late Cheryl (Dattoli) Spanevello on September 10,
1981.

He had many hobbies, interests, and motivations but the one that
was the most important to him was his love for his family. He would always try to have his home filled with loved ones; usually that meant cooking up something yummy with his love of cooking. He got that passion from his mom, Grace. He was a true Italian with not letting you leave his company without having a full belly or at least a doggy bag to snack on later. He would love to talk and laugh. He had this smile and laughter that could warm your heart and it would be so contagious; that contagiousness will be missed dearly.

He is survived by his partner Leona of Saint Louis, Missouri, her
daughter Lorelei and her son Ryan of Saint Louis; his daughters Kimberly and her husband Michael of Saint Louis, Missouri and Shelby and her partner Brad of Saint Louis, Missouri; 1 grandson, Caleb of Saint Louis. He is also survived by his brother Steve and his wife Angie of Saint Louis, Missouri and his brother-in-law Wayne of Saint Louis, Missouri and several brother-in- laws and sister-in-laws by marriage; and many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents Raymond and Grace, and his wife Cheryl, he
was predeceased by his sister Marie.

Services: Visitation is at Kutis Funeral Home 10151 Gravois Rd.
Saint Louis, Missouri 63123 from 4-8pm on Wednesday September 26, 2018. Funeral Service is at St. Ambrose Church 5130 Wilson Ave. Saint Louis, Missouri 63110 at 10am on Thursday September 27, 2018. Being laid out at Park lawn Cemetery 1800 Lemay Ferry Rd. Saint Louis, Missouri 63125.

 Weep Not For Me

Weep not for me though I have
gone

Into that gentle night

Grieve if you will, but not for
long

Upon my soul’s sweet flight

I am at peace, my soul’s at rest

There is no need for tears

For with your love I was so
blessed

For all those many years

There is no pain, I suffer not

The fear is now all gone

Put now these things out of your
thoughts

In your memory I live on

Remember not my fight for breath

Remember not the strife

Please do not dwell upon my death

But celebrate my life