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In Loving Memory

Jacobs, Mary “Sue”

Mary “Sue” Jacobs of Arnold, MO passed away on December 28th, 2023 in St. Louis County, MO. She was 82, born July 1, 1941 near Mt. Vernon, MO to the late Amos and Effie (Jenkins) Sumner. She married Larry Jacobs on January 25, 1964 in McLeansboro, Illinois. They first made their home in St. Louis County, MO and then moved to Arnold, MO where they had lived and raised their family. She worked at UMB Bank in Arnold, MO until retirement.

Sue enjoyed playing cards with her friends and staying in touch with friends she had worked with at UMB Bank in Arnold.
Her biggest joy was her family. She was a proud mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Wanda (Sumner) Hendrix and a brother in law Frank Eaton as well as her mother in law and father in law, Charles and Lovene (Oldham) Jacobs, sister in law: Sue (Jacobs) Stasicky. Her loving survivors are her husband, Larry Jacobs, her children: Kevin (Lorri) Jacobs; twin daughters Stacy (Eric) Tamminga; Tracy (Jason) Solomon; and grandchildren: Chelsea (Corey) Vasel; Adam Tamminga, Grant Tamminga; Austin Solomon, Nathan Solomon, Alexis Solomon; great grandchildren, Baylor Vasel, Camryn Vasel and Blake Vasel. She is also survived by a sister, Wilma Eaton; sisters/brothers in laws: Art (Chris) Jacobs, Janet (Joe) Anderson, Mike Jacobs; Cathy (Michael) Tick; Dewayne (Sue) Jacobs plus many nieces, nephews, great nieces, nephews and many friends.

Visitation at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd Saturday, January 13th, 2-4 pm. Service to follow at 4 pm.
At her request, she was cremated and burial will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers contributions to, Ronald McDonald House or to Brenden’s Friday Backpacks appreciated.


2 thoughts on “Jacobs, Mary “Sue””

  1. Larry, Kevin, Tracy and Stacy, my deepest condolences to you all. Sue was someone I’ve known for most of the time I have lived in MO, almost my entire adult life. Some of my fondest memories include working with her at the bank and of our Bunko nights. I am heartbroken by her passing. She was so very special to me and I will miss her always.


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