Todd James Reigle
DES PERES, Mo. _ Todd James Reigle, 56, of Des Peres, Mo., died Oct. 31, 2012, due to complications from cancer.
Originally from Trenton, Ill., he graduated from Wesclin High School and McKendree College in 1978, with a BFA.
He was a graphic designer and illustrator working on campaigns for Anheuser-Busch among others. He also created fine art, most particularly art of “old-time baseball.”
He was commissioned by The Upper Deck Company to do a series of baseball cards titled “All Time Heroes of Baseball,” and also his work “Frisch, Medwick & Landis '34 Series” is featured in the permanent collection of the Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame.
His most recent work and passion was abstract wood sculpture which has been exhibited and sold in many galleries.
Survivors left to cherish his memory include his wife, Bonnie Murray; son, Cameron Ketrow; mother, Carol Reigle; siblings, Timothy Reigle, Carolyn Turner (Mike), Clare Sedlacek; and many nieces and nephews. An extended family and friends will also miss him greatly.
Todd requested that his ashes be spread on Bonnie’s parents property in Hartwick.
Published on  November 29, 2012