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Susan Concannon

In Loving Memory

Concannon, Susan L. “Sue”

Concannon, Susan L. “Sue” (nee Sutton) Thursday November 30, 2023. Beloved wife of Michael B. Concannon. Dear mother of Jennifer (Bobby) Wilson and Tim (Heather) Scheuermann. Dear grandmother of Devyn, Michelle, Kyleigh, Ambellina, Lana, Tyler, Mackenzie, Caden, Kayleigh and Lindsey. Dear great grandmother of Zahra and J. T. Dear sister of Sandy Scheuermann. Our dear sister-in-law, aunt, niece, cousin and friend.

Sue and Mike were married for 33 years.  They enjoyed traveling, going to the casino and spending time with family.  Hosting Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any fun family event was a joy for them both.

Sue especially loved spending time with her kids, grandkids and, great-grandkids and her Sister.  Seeing her kids become parents was such a joy and she loved spending time with them all.  Shopping with the grandkids for school clothes and shoes, craft shows with her daughter and Sister, anything that involved time with her loved ones was important for her.  She especially loved hanging out with Little J, as she lovingly called her great grandson.  She got to witness many of his firsts and she couldn’t stop bragging to everyone about how cute he was.

She will forever be missed.

Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Wednesday December 6 at 11:00 am. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Heart Association or A.P.A. appreciated. Visitation Tuesday 4-8 pm.


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  1. To Susan’s family , she and I, sheri lynn speis, were partners in learning how to drive a school bus for first student in kirkwood, our funny experience was being taught , there were 3 of us, Susan sat across from me in the bus, by the window, me on the isle , the other driver , stephaine was driving when she hit a Boulder, I fell out of my seat Susan hit the window, and for years we laughed about it, she was a good friend, it will be nice when the sting of death, loosing a love one will be no more a thing of the pass as first Corinthians 15 chapter and verse 26 promised and John chapter 11 states, keep your hope strong. Respectfully sheri lynn speis


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