Chuck Berry Mausoleum, Bellerive Cemetery

Chuck Berry is interred in a large mausoleum off Mason Road, just south of Olive Boulevard in West County in Bellerive Gardens Cemetery.

It is a new building, as far a I can tell, and is constructed of blue granite with light grey granite accents. I do not know if the color blue was chosen in reference to the song “Blueberry Hill” or not.

The door handle is shaped like a guitar, which is fitting. See his house on Whittier Place in the Greater Ville in this post from 2008.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Martin. says:

    LOVES U CHUCK..RnR TBB X X

  2. Dean says:

    Why would you suggest a link between Chuck and “Blueberry Hill,” a song popularized by Fats Domino, or are all black singers the same? I’d probably ditch that sentence. Blue and gray just go together, after all.

    1. Chris Naffziger says:

      Um, Chuck Berry played at his friend Joe Edward’s Blueberry Hill restaurant for decades. It was apparently one of his favorite places to perform. How dare you insult me.

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