Bernard A. "Junior" Deimeke, 60. of Trenton
Died Wednesday November 26, 2003 at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis.
He was born April 16 1943 in Highland to Bernard and Elvera (Seefeldt)
Deimeke. He was raised by Herman and Clara (Dall) Wesselmann.
He married Bonnie Hegger April 25, 1987 in St. Bernard Church
Albers and she survives at Trenton.
He was an engineer with the Clinton County Highway Department and
a farmer. He was a member of St. Mary Church and menís sodality,
Trenton, a Director for the Sugarcreek Ambulance Service, a Director
of Tempo Bank, a member and trustee of Trenton Knights of Columbus
and past Grand Knight, a member of the Knights of Columbus 4th
Degree Bishop Althoff Assembly and past Faithful Navigator, a former
District Deputy for the Illinois State knights of Columbus, member
of Trenton American Legion Post 778, and had served as a Trenton Cub
scout Den leader.
Also surviving are sons Joseph, Daniel and Mark. He is also
survived by brothers Vincent Deimeke and Melvin (Kim) Deimeke all of
Trenton and sisters Donna (Tom) Martin of Village Florida and Mary
Lue (Jack) Bange, of Pierron and father and mother in law Adolph
"Buck" and Irene (Deimeke) Hegger of Albers
In May 0f 2003 Junior, his wife Bonnie and sons Joseph, Daniel
and Mark were honored by the Illinois State Knights of Columbus at
their annual convention in Springfield by being named "Illinois
Knights of Columbus Family of the year for 2003".
Funeral services will be held Monday December 1,2003 at 10:00 Am
at St., Mary Church Trenton with Fr. James Dougherty officiating,
interment St. Mary Cemetery. Friends may call at the Moss Funeral
Home in Trenton Sunday Nov. 30 from 4 to 9 PM and Monday Dec 1 from
8 to 9:45 AM.
Memorials can be made to an educational trust fund for his sons.
Trenton Knights of Columbus services will be held at 8:15 PM
Sunday at the funeral home followed by chalice presentation services
by the Bishop Althoff Assembly, 4th Degree.
Written expressions of sympathy can be sent by visiting