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In Loving Memory

Klepper, Susan Delores

October 17, 1940 - September 9, 2023

on Saturday, September 9th, 2023.

Beloved wife to the late Jerry Klepper and Albert Mattingly; devoted mother to Maria (Kurt) Gray-Storf, Cathleen (Terry) Parrott, and Amy (Joe) Wolf; loving grandmother to Lauren (Courtney) Aikens, Anthony (Kasey) Parrott, Jessica Parrott, and Lily and Mia Enk; cherished great grandmother to Cameron and Amelia Rose Aikens, and Dominic, Karaline, Kendall, and Roman Parrott.

Susan leaves behinds her two brothers, Allan (Pat) Segal and Vernon Jones. She was loved by many nieces and nephews, and many close friends.

Susan had a long and fulfilling nursing career that started in 1973 and spanned over 40 years. During her career, she achieved her Master’s degree in nursing and became and Adult Nurse Practitioner. Susan loved being a nurse and caring for her patients.

In 2009, Susan started her studies to become an associate of The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. She pursued her studies further and in 2012, she took her laity vows as an Agrégée and became a member of The Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia, Kansas.

Any donations in her name can be made to The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.

SERVICES: Interment at Resurrection Cemetery (6901 MacKenzie Rd 63123) on Saturday, September 23rd, departing from Kutis Affton Chapel (10151 Gravois Rd 63123) at 10:45 am.

Visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel on Friday, September 22nd from 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm.


12 thoughts on “Klepper, Susan Delores”

  1. Susan was an a special person not only to her dear daughters but those of us in community
    With her, thru the Sisters of St. Joseph, She lived the legacy out of courageous and faithful
    Women called to server “dear Neighbor” without distinction.

    She was quick with a response and a warm welcoming smile., her memory will be etched
    In my heart forever.

    Susan, enter into the gladness of your Lord,….

  2. Dear family, Susan was a dear friend of mine . I am a Sister of St. Joseph. My prayers are with all of her family and friends. I will miss her dearly.

  3. Susan and I go back to 1973 when she was a new LPN and I was a new We met again when I started working for South County Health Center in 1997. We have remained friends ever since. Susan was a fun-loving lady. I will always her Halloween costume as Sista Susan! In later years we remained fin communication through Facebook. Even when her health began to fail, she remained joyful and faith-filled. She will be missed. RIP Susan.

  4. My Sympathy & Prayers,
    Susan was a dear friend, enjoyed going to McDonalds with her, or big treat was French fires. Miss her dearly!

  5. Susan and I met working at IWH and reunited in 1997 at county health. Susan was a fun-loving lady with a great sense of humor. I always loved her Halloween costume as Sista Susan. As her health began to fail, we kept in touch through Facebook. Susan remained joyful and faith-filled. I will miss out exchanges of cartoons and prayers. RIP Susan

  6. I worked with Susan at John C Murphy Heath Center. She was a dedicated Nurse Practitioner, loved her patients. Even after she retired, she stayed in contact with me by sending encouraging words through Facebook. She is no longer in pain. My condolences to the families.

  7. I’ll miss aunt Susan’s sassy wit and grit to stand up for what she believed in. Don’t cross her or you’ll hear about it! Ha

    As a nurse and a nun she must have helped so many throughout her life… more people than any of can know and fully appreciate.

    I’ll miss her and won’t forget her.

  8. Susan was an authentic, caring human being. She was a member of the John Marie Riley Sharing of the Heart Group. We could always count on Susan to come out with a witty comment or a different point of view. She kept us on our toes. She really loved her family. My deepest sympathy to you her family.
    S. Phyllis Bardenheier

  9. Susan and i met at Wohl Health Center and shared a room for a year. We became fast friends and made many home visits to patients. We both attended many family events from birthdays and weddings. IMy husband and I went to many fun Christmas parties when Jerry was alive, who we miss. Susan was a great friend, sister, loving mother and grandmother. I will miss her wit, her wisdom, her post on facebook and texts. She was an incredible person and friend. You will be grestly missed. Luv you Linda

  10. Maria, Kathy and Amy so sorry for the loss of you wonderful mother, I remember her well and all you girls growing up on Reavis and Jerry I am so sorry for the loss of your mother, The Baumgartner family.

  11. Susan was fun, caring and welcoming. She loved to talk about her daughters, grandchildren and great-grandchildren – she was so proud of them all. And she was crazy about her dogs! When I see a chihuahua, I always think of her. You will be missed, Susan. Thank you for the love.


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