In memory of
Lindsay Mark Cann
In memory of
Lindsay Mark Cann
Cann, Lindsay Mark passed away unexpectedly Monday morning, January 18, 2021. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 41 years, Cheryle Cann. He is survived by his children, Eve, Albert (Aerin) and Jacob (Amanda), and his grandson, Logan Marr. He is also survived by his brother, Ronald (Ellen), his brothers-in-law, Michael (Leslee) and Arnold (Joan), who was also a good friend for over 50 years. As well as many nieces, a nephew and many cousins and friends scattered across the world. A life-long resident of University City and a University City Senior High School graduate, Lindsay became the second-generation owner of an immigrant family business for almost 40 years. After retiring from the family jewelry business, he built a second career, capitalizing on his life-long love of stamps, and worked as a Philatelist for various auction houses. His true calling was simply enjoying life, and he loved nothing more than spending time with family. He was a loving and caring father, a friend to everyone he met, young and old, and the beloved youngest son of Senta (Mishow) and Henry Cann. Services: A private service will be held. Memorial contributions preferred to KETC, St. Louis' public broadcasting channel. Please Visit bergermemorialchapel.com for more information. BERGER MEMORIAL SERVICE
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9430 Olive Blvd
St Louis, MO 63132
In memory of
Lindsay Mark Cann
Cann, Lindsay Mark passed away unexpectedly Monday morning, January 18, 2021. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 41 years, Cheryle Cann. He is survived by his children, Eve, Albert (Aerin) and Jacob (Amanda), and his grandson, Logan Marr. He is also survived by his brother, Ronald (Ellen), his brothers-in-law, Michael (Leslee) and Arnold (Joan), who was also a good friend for over 50 years. As well as many nieces, a nephew and many cousins and friends scattered across the world. A life-long resident of University City and a University City Senior High School graduate, Lindsay became the second-generation owner of an immigrant family business for almost 40 years. After retiring from the family jewelry business, he built a second career, capitalizing on his life-long love of stamps, and worked as a Philatelist for various auction houses. His true calling was simply enjoying life, and he loved nothing more than spending time with family. He was a loving and caring father, a friend to everyone he met, young and old, and the beloved youngest son of Senta (Mishow) and Henry Cann. Services: A private service will be held. Memorial contributions preferred to KETC, St. Louis' public broadcasting channel. Please Visit bergermemorialchapel.com for more information. BERGER MEMORIAL SERVICE
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St Louis, MO 63132
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