About

Eileen McGeoghegan worked as a substitute teacher in the Ritenour School District teaching children with special needs, and recently began teaching 4th Grade English and reading. Elieen formerly served as State Representative for two years where she co-sponsored and passed HB156 and HB1323 to protect children. McGeoghegan also served on the St. Ann City Council for six years. She has an associates degree in Human Services and is a graduate of Ritenour High School. Eileen’s long career includes helping those with physical and mental disabilities. She does volunteer work for St. Louis HELP, is a lifetime member of VFW Post 3944, served for two years on the board of the Community Action Agency, and is a past member of Teamsters Local 688. Eileen attends Holy Trinity Church in St. Ann. She has one son and is blessed with three grandchildren. Her husband Leo is a retired Union Carpenter and former City Councilman.