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Buehne, Gregory Louis  “Bud” of St. Louis passed away peacefully in Jesus surrounded by family on March 10, 2023 at deGreeff Hospice House in South St. Louis County Missouri. He went to St. Wenceslaus Catholic grade school and was a 1950 graduate of Chaminade Preparatory College. Early in his career he was a salesman for TE-CO Inc. and in 1978 with his partner, opened and operated Conveyor and Drive Equipment Company until its sale in 2002.

His greatest joys were his family and dear friends, playing golf, bowling, fishing, casinos, and attending the St. Louis Cardinals and Blues games. He was loved by everyone for his kindness, generosity, and love of life. He is preceded in death by his high school sweetheart and loving wife Monita (nee Roeder) Buehne of 64 years, his son Gregory Terrence “Terry” Buehne and infant son Lawrence “Larry” Buehne.   He is survived by his children Cheryl Dohack (Tom), Tracy Wagner (Chris), Christine Vitello (Phil) and daughter-in law Cynde Buehne (Terry), nine grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Joan (nee Buehne) Bess and his life-long bestie since kindergarten, Al Mueller.  He is also survived by several relatives and very dear friends. We will all miss that forever-smile on his face, his robust laugh, and of course his stealth sense of humor. He had a wonderful, blessed life!

Services: A visitation will be held at Kutis Funeral Home in South County Missouri at 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, Sunday March 19, 2023, from 11am until 3pm.  In honor of our father, we will be wearing St. Louis Cardinals attire, or red colors and invite you to do the same if you desire. He would have loved a festive gathering for his celebration of life. Donations to the Alzheimer’s Association, and the School Sisters of Notre Dame appreciated, or the charity of your choice.