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Suzanne Kolb

In Loving Memory

Kolb, Suzanne M. (nee Conklin)

February 23, 1936 - August 31, 2023


Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Thursday  August 31, 2023.

Beloved wife of the late Herbert E. Kolb; loving mother of Stephen Sr, Patricia, James and the late Deborah Kolb and Carole (David) Gray; dear grandmother of Stephen, Jr., Christopher (Marissa) and Kayla Kolb; dear great-grandmother of Michael, Aspen and Xavier; dear sister of the late Eileen Nice, William and Robert Conklin and Mary Lou Denkhaus; dear sister-in-law of Kenneth (the late Kathleen) and Robert (Phyllis) Kolb; survived by her dog Gracie; dear aunt and friend.

Services: Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel 10151 Gravois Thursday September 7, 9:15 AM to Seven Holy Founders Catholic Church for 9:30 AM mass. Interment JB National Cemetery. Memorials to Humane Society appreciated. Visitation Wednesday 3:00-8:00 PM.


2 thoughts on “Kolb, Suzanne M. (nee Conklin)”

  1. My mom was the best mother and my best friend. We had a special bond that will never be broken. She had a smile that lit up everyday of my life. She was kind, loving, compassionate, and funny. I miss her dearly and am heartbroken. I will try to live everyday to make her proud. Like she always told me, I will always be her baby. I love you so much mommy!! All my love, Carole

  2. Mom, Susie, Suzanne, Babe, we as her children called out Mom, Family and relatives called her Susie, friends and family relatives Suzanne, Dad always Babe, whatever we said or anyone said my Mom was there, W/O any hesitation , always sacrificing for family and faith, for family and friends, Mom was the strongest person I have ever known, she never showed any hurt even when I knew she was hurting, always protecting and giving to us as her kids, if I could give anything for one more hug, one more talk, I would , during my Mom’s last hours I told Pls give me all your pain, I would gladly take it. Mom , you will always be in my thoughts & I Thank you for everything, and as you are Heavens newest Angel , I still need your guiding hand, and will be looking and Praying for your guidance so I can join, Mom, in Heaven with Dad, and Debbie and all my Family someday when God calls me home. All my Love and Tears and Smiles . Jimmy 😎✝️🙏🌄


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