Due to recent events, you can now leave online condolences with each obituary posted on the Kutis Funeral Home website. COVID-19 Funeral Assistance – FEMA is now helping those that have lost a loved one from COVID-19. Click HERE to review the information on eligibility and requirements on the COVID-19 Funeral.


In Loving Memory

Cook, Mary Eileen

Cook, Mary Eileen (nee Cullen) passed away on June 14, 2023.

Dear companion of Paul Clausen; loving mother of Timothy (Leslie) Cook, the late Thomas Cook and Paul’s children Steve (Toni Johnson) Clausen and Michael (Reka) Clausen; cherished grandmother of Adam (Sabrina), Sophia, Brady, Ryan and Christopher; dear sister of Shelia (William) Dettmann, Kathleen (David) Ziegler, John (June) Cullen and the late Larry (Nancy survives) Cullen and Billy Cullen; our dear aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend.

Services: Mary made the Gift of Body to Washington University School of Medicine. A private family gathering will take place at a later time. A Kutis South County Chapel Service.


8 thoughts on “Cook, Mary Eileen”

  1. Our hearts are so heavy and we share in your deep sorrow during this extremely difficult time. Eileen’s beautiful spirit, joy for life, and immeasurable love will never fade as it lives on through each of you & all her adored loved ones. She is and always will be so sorely missed. Rest in peace dear, sweet, Eileen. We will hold the memories close to hearts, always. 🙏❤️🙏

  2. Extending heartfelt condolences to the Cook family and all that knew and loved Eileen. Praying that you have peace at this time of sorrow.

  3. We were so saddened by hearing of Eileen’s passing. She was such a friendly and welcoming person. She will surely be missed.

  4. We were so saddened by Eileen’s passing. She was always so friendly and welcoming. She will surely be missed.

  5. So sorry to hear about the passing of Eileen. I worked with Eileen at Southwestern Bell and we became friends.. Prayers to the family.

  6. So sorry to hear of our dear neighbor Eileen’s passing. Such a wonderful person. Her smile and laugh always uplifted me. We will miss our sidewalks talks and passing waves as she passed our house on her busy days.
    Our prayers to her family.

  7. We were only 18 months apart and we spent so much time together—almost as twins when we were little. Mom dressed Eileen in pink and me in blue because being a strawberry blonde Mom thought I couldn’t wear pink.
    Eileen had naturally curly hair and when Mom gave me a permanent we would often be considered twins in the early days. Being just one grade apart we did most things together. We often helped with our younger siblings and enjoyed them.
    We had many adventures together and enjoyed raising our kids together as well. Often we would chat as we cooked our individual dinners.
    We went through the joys and sorrows of life together. She played the role of big “sis” always ready to listen and sometimes impart wisdom. Sometimes she was just my friend. We always took on family tasks together. Eileen was not by only my sister—she was my best friend.


Leave a Comment