His spokesman Spence Jackson says the service will be held at the Church of St. Michael and St. George, an episcopal church where Schweich was a member.
His office was open for business Friday and released an annual report bearing Schweich’s name about property seizures by law enforcement agencies.
The question being asked in Jefferson City and around the state is why would Schweich take his life.
Audit of the State Department of Corrections gave it a ‘good’ rating
Staff: Schweich “experienced a medical situation at his home” in Clayton.
State Auditor Tom Schweich now wants the top job in Missouri.
Missouri spent $376,000 to fly commissioners to meetings across the state when hundreds of thousands of dollars could have been saved if they drove instead, according to a state audit released Monday.
Clayton Republican says he’ll announce by mid-February if he’ll run for governor
Republican faced no Democratic opposition in Tuesday’s vote.
This election cycle finds Missouri with just one statewide elected office on the ballot. Instead, voters are being greeted by a series of ballot questions aimed at specific issues.