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In Loving Memory

Boren, Susan Ann

April 9, 1950 - December 21, 2023

Boren, Susan Ann (nee Sergent) Left her life here on Earth to join her loved ones in Heaven on Thursday, December 21, 2023. Beloved wife of the late Daniel Boren. Dearest mother of Sara (Adam) Luesse and Lindsay (Jacob) Pashia. Loving grandmother of Emma, Ella, Will, Easton and Joey. Dear daughter of the late Dwight and Evelyn (nee Davolt) Sergent. Dear sister of Ron (Marsha) Sergent and Christi (Rob) Wolverton. Our dear sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend.

A loving mother, caring friend and devoted grandmother, Susan never missed an opportunity to show her humble kindness to others. Whether she was giving her time to Girl Scouts or PTO when her girls were young, working one day a week as a Zoo Volunteer in retirement, or serving as a member of the Terre Du Lac Board, Sue lived life with a fierce independence, yet full of care for her people. She never missed an opportunity to shower her grandchildren with love, driving all over Missouri (and sometimes further) to watch them cheer, play baseball or hockey or sing in their school choir. An avid traveler, Sue made sure to visit as many places as she could, including hiking Diamond Head in Hawaii, seeing the wonders in Australia and New Zealand and visiting every State aside from Alaska. In her downtime at home, she enjoyed watching sports as well as working on puzzles, collecting lighthouses, cross-stitching, reading books, watching Hallmark movies and playing golf or cards with her friends. As we live without her presence, we are so grateful for all the lessons we learned from her and ache for the ones we will miss. Here’s to her life filled with love — we hope she is enjoying all the margaritas and root beer floats she wants in Heaven.

SERVICES: Visitation at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Road on Tuesday, December 26, 3 PM until time of funeral ceremony at 6 PM. Burial will be private. Memorials to St. Louis Zoo Friends Association appreciated.


11 thoughts on “Boren, Susan Ann”

  1. Our hearts are broken for her entire family. We feel so blessed to have been able to spend time with Sue in October at the wedding! Our prayers and our thoughts will be with Christi and all of Sue’s children & grandchildren for comfort and peace.

  2. Sue’s warmth and caring remain with me from our college days. I recall her marriage to Dan. Her smile still resonates.

  3. I met Sue through the ladies at Terre du Lac and she quickly became my friend. We played cards and traveled together. I hiked Diamond Head with her. I can’t express how much she will be missed. She loved her family and enjoyed life. You have my heartfelt condolences. I’m glad she was my friend and I will miss her.

  4. I am sorry to hear of Susan ‘s passing. She was my neighbor growing up. Played Kick the can on summer nights and went to school in Carthage all 12 years together. We were on school publications together as well. May God comfort her family in this loss.

  5. As special as Suzie was, you can multiply her special soul by a thousand! She was so sweet, and loved so much by her high school friends. Susie made everyone feel so special. Important.
    I was a younger classmate, yet her kindness was so easily given.. Hold on to the sweet memories that was your mother. Live life to honor Susie.
    She’ll always be looking over each of you., and we all will miss her terribly. May the good Lord shower you in peace and strength. ✝️ 🙏

  6. I knew Sue from Bunco years ago. Although I didn’t know her very well, I always liked her. It was evident how important family was to her, as she was always talking about her kids.

    She will be missed. My condolences.

  7. We were so sorry to hear about Sue. Our prayers go out to Ron, Crissy, and all of their families! As cousins, we haven’t been together very much for years, but remember many fun times growing up at grma Davolts. Love and prayers, Linda(Davolt) and Steve Brinkman

  8. I played cards, served as officers in 9-h0le golf, and traveled with Sue. I feel blessed to have had her as a friend. We had hopes of her traveling to Norway, and then we were to work in Alaska and finally a 2-3 month stay in Cairns, Australia.
    I believe we will still do these things, but in another time and place, because dreams never die.

  9. It still makes me smile to remember all the fun crazy times we had growing up. She was a dear kind friend and she will be missed.


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