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Thomas E. Uhlmansiek passed on January 14, 2022 at the age of 93.  He was born to Ralph Bernard Uhlmansiek and Hortense (Towers) Uhlmansiek.  Tom has a brother he was close to named Albert.  Sibling twins Boyd and Virginia Lee died in infancy and there was a still born sibling named Joan.


He is survived by his wife of 68 years Shirley (Oster) Uhlmansiek, Son Tom (married to Kim Carmody) and Son David.  Grandchildren include Jessica (Doll), Nicholas, Richard and Alan.  Jessica is married to John Doll and their children are Caleb, Isaiah and Emma.  Richard is married to Amanda and their children are Elijah, Samuel and Tirzah.   Extended families include Robyn and Joe Rosenberger with children Rory, Milo and Sheldon and Nathan and Lauren Stanley with children Anthony, Greta and Mary.


Tom was an athlete and excelled in basketball, baseball and football.   He led University City High to the state finals in football his senior year.  He completed his degree work at Washington University in Mechanical Technology.  He served in Korea as a Field Artillery Spotter and was honorably discharged reaching the rank of 1st Lieutenant.  During his professional career he worked at several large engineering firms on projects including breweries for Anheuser-Busch and consulting for Disney World.  He retired as Vice-President of William Tao and Associates.


Tom loved his family and his church.  He was a member of Christ Memorial Lutheran Church since 1958 and served his lord faithfully until his death.  Something we are all proud of.

Service info:  Visitation at Kutis in Affton on Sunday January 23rd from 4 to 8 PM.  The funeral service will be at Christ Memorial Lutheran Church at 5252 S Lindbergh.  Visitation will be from 9 to 10 am with the service beginning at 10 am.  Internment is at Jefferson Barracks at 11:30.