Todd Geisert aka Toad, a native of Washington, Missouri unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, May 31, 2023. Visitation will be at Nieberg-Vitt, Miller Funeral home in Washington on Wednesday, June 7th. Katie Geisert, Todd’s wife announced his death on Facebook on Friday, June 2;
On Wednesday, May 31st, Todd followed the path to be with his Heavenly Father. May he find the pastures there abundant and fertile.
Visitation will be at Nieberg-Vitt, Miller Funeral home in Washington on Wednesday, June 7th.
Please keep our family in your prayers as we struggle to make sense of Gods plans for us.
Toad, you will sorely be missed.
Todd Geisert was a longtime resident of Washington, Missouri, he was happily married to the love of his life Katie Geisert.
Please send prayers to the Geisert family as Todd Geisert has passed.
The Geisert family has always served the community well with farm fresh products at the old Hwy 100 market.
Todd was the husband to Katie, our gallery floral photographer and daughter of John Pils .
God bless their family through this difficult time
Visitation on Wednesday, June 7th 3-8. Nieburg-Vitt Miller on Jefferson st in Washington.
A private service and scattering of ashes in the peony patch on Thursday morning.
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Dr. Wayne Frederick Geisert, 95, President Emeritus of Bridgewater College, passed away Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at the Bridgewater Retirement Home surrounded by family after an extended illness. He was born in Elmo, Kansas on December 20, 1921, and was a son of the late Frederick Jacob and Martha (Lauer) Geisert. He was raised on a farm near Abilene, Kansas, and graduated from Chapman High School.
His advanced education included an A.B. Degree (1944) from McPherson College, McPherson, Kansas, and a Ph.D in Economics (1951) from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. He was on active duty as a line officer and education officer in the United States Naval Reserve from 1944 to 1946, serving much of his time aboard the USS Harry Lee in the Pacific area.
From 1946 to 1948, he was an instructor of social science, speech, and drama at Hamilton High School, Hamilton, Kansas. From 1948 to 1950 he was Instructor of Economics at Kendall College, Evanston, Illinois. In 1951 Dr. Geisert went to Manchester College as an Associate Professor of Economics; in 1954, he was advanced to the rank of Professor; in 1955, he was made head of the Department of Economics and Business. Full Story