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Here's what others remember about Velvet Freeze

Mary Ann

My mom worked at the Velvet Freeze on W. Florissant (between Charlie Chicken and Steak-n-Shake) for around 15 or 20 years. Her and Toni (manager) worked side by side for several years. Me, my brother and my older sister worked there during our high school years. There were lots of ladies I remember like Maureen, Monica, Mary Jane, Laurie to name a few. They had the best ice cream and hot fudge. Mr. Pepper owned the store for years, and he was nicest guy. Our sweet momma (Shirley) lived to be 90 years old, and she just passed away on Veterans Day last year. 

- Mary Ann


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