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  • Nature-loving philanthropist Leo A. Drey leaves a legacy of protected Ozark land

    For more than 60 years, Leo A. Drey worked to transform cut-over Ozark land to productive, beautiful forests and woodlands, open for hiking and public enjoyment. His work also included seeking out some of Missouri’s most important landmarks ¬≠both cultural and natural ¬≠ and making them available for generations to come. Drey died peacefully May 26 at his home in St. Louis. He was 98….

  • A Biography of Leo A. Drey

    Leo A. Drey, born in St. Louis on January 19, 1917 to Leo A. and Alma Drey, died peacefully at his home in University City on May 26, 2015. He graduated from the John Burroughs School in St.Louis and earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and business from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio in 1939.After starting a business career, he served during World…

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