Entered into rest on Saturday, January 28, 2023. Loving father of Deana (Jason) Reimann and Jason (Kristen) Rapert ; cherished grandfather of Brooke Reimann, Aidan Reimann and Westley Rapert; dearest brother of Gloria Jean (late Bob) Stoddard, Roxanne (Bruce) Anderson and Keith (Dottie) Rapert; our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend to many.
Ricky Proudly served his country in the U.S Navy and served the St Louis community as a police officer with the Jennings Police Dept. He is gone…but never forgotten
Services: Funeral at KUTIS SOUTH CHAPEL 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd on Thursday, February 2, 10 a.m. Interment J.B. National Cemetery, In lieu of flowers donation’s to Missouri National Veterans Memorial appreciated, 1172 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, Perryville, Mo 63775 https://mnvmfund.org/ . Visitation Wednesday 4-8 p.m.
You will be dearly missed my friend. Many memories and laughs with you.
Rick, it’s sad to hear that you left us, but happy that you can enjoy your rest. For just under 5 years we fought together the criminals in Jennings. I always knew you were there for me and I for you. I’ll never forget on my wedding night you thought my wife was trying to steal her own battery on Lucas Hunt when she was chaining down her hood. I remember our biggest argument when you thought we should lock up the bros who ran the funeral home on W Florissant on my disturbance call! I just wanted a quiet night! But the majority of the time we were of the same mindset. I hadn’t seen you in a couple of years, but I didn’t think then that would be our last visit on this earth. I find myself grieving your passing, and I know we’re saying goodbye to too many friends. Perhaps God will have us working together again brother, but until then rest in peace.
Still doesn’t feel real that your no longer with us. You are already sorely missed. I love you so very much, dad.
You’ll always be with me.
Great police officer and a wonderful mentor. Thank you for your service.
Rick.. Sorry to hear about your passing. You were a great friend and a very dedicated police officer .You were one of the best. I bet you and Mike are talking about fishing now. Rest in peace my friend.
Retired Chief Bob Orr and family.
I remember the times we worked the streets of Jennings together. You were a good mentor and friend. I am sorry to hear of your passing from our fellow JPD Officers. I wish your family the best and pray for the peace during these times.
You will be forever missed. Gods speed my friend
Thank you for your services. He also was our police officer in Jennings. Rapert also worked with my brother PD Marcus Fountain.
We did serve and protect together, both military and police service
Rick, rest in peace brother.It was a pleasure knowing you. I will always remember the good times.Great police officer. Love and much respect. God bless you.
Sorry to hear of Ricks passing. Enjoyed our years working together at Jennings Police Department. My condolences to his family and many friends.
Ricky , that’s what we always called you, as a kid when you stayed a lot with us on the farm, . I remember one time when you stayed with us you got in trouble for shooting the windows out of my dad’s tool shed. We still loved you! You were always such a sweet person, had such a hard life, always a hard worker, but always smiling! I so wish we could have got together one more time. You are at peace now, no more pain. I love you dear cousin’!, Until we meet again!!
Ricky, this is one of those times you wish you had seen each other more. We had some good times as kids down here. You always had such a great smile. Thinking of you with love cuz.
Ricky, you taught me a lot, when I was a young officer starting off and even when I was a Reserve Officer before I became full time,…though you thought Reserve officers were “scabs”…lol. You still were very professional and you had a great sense of humor. You had a lot of great stories and I really looked up to you. May you rest in peace and I’ll see you on the other side