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Sue Lang

In Loving Memory

Lang, Suzanne M. (nee Snow)

December 31, 1954 - July 3, 2023

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Suzanne Muriel Lang (nee Snow), daughter of George and Bettie (nee Tinkle) Snow, was born December 31, 1954, in Jonesboro, Arkansas.  The family moved to Vandalia, Illinois where her education first took place in the public school system before her family’s move to St. Louis where she attended Bayless High School. She married her high school beau, Greg Knobbe, and began her family with the birth of Jennifer and later, her son Jason. Her education was later continued at Meramec Community College. After hard work and relentless determination she earned an associate degree in liberal arts. Sue’s vocation with the St. Louis Special School District touched the lives of countless youth. She demonstrated her relentless care and loving concern for each student she worked with.

On December 7, 2001, she married Larry Dale Lang with whom she enjoyed nearly 22 years of life and love with their entire family.

Suzanne is survived by her husband, children:  Jennifer Lynn Knobbe and Jason Gregory Knobbe (Linda), grandchildren: Austin (Madison), Shelby, Gabriel, Gideon and Marshall Knobbe.  Also surviving are her sisters:  Jan Devonah Krug (nee Snow) and Jill Frances Twitty (nee Snow) and nieces and nephews:  Jacob Krug, Oscar Snow, Julia Babb, Jenna Babb, and Cody Hinson; together with other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Lance Parker Snow, and grandson Jordan Knobbe-Farrar.

Suzanne is loved by so many because she poured her love into so many. She had a hug ready for everyone and made it clear to each one that that hug was just for them. She made you feel special and did everything she could think of to bring a bit of happiness to every situation she was in.  Her warm kindness and outstretched embrace will long be remembered by all who knew her.

Sue was called home by her Lord and Savior on July 3rd, 2023. Family and friends are invited to gather for a memorial service at 3pm on July 8th at Kutis funeral Home on Gravois Road. Visitation hours will precede the service from 1pm to 3pm.  She will be interred privately at Sunset Hills Memorial Garden, St. Louis, Missouri.


2 thoughts on “Lang, Suzanne M. (nee Snow)”

  1. I have so many wonderful memories of Sue from my childhood. I spent a lot of time with the Knobbe family when they lived on Norcrest. She was so loving and always welcoming when I’d come and visit Jenn. She was an incredible lady that I’ll remember fondly.

  2. When Suze and I were just little girls, we spent our summers together at our grandparents’ place in Illinois. In the hot afternoons, we would ‘sup’ Coca Cola with Grandma T and watch her stories. What I wouldn’t give to have just one more moment to see her sweet smile and share another hug. Sue would tell everyone that I was her favorite cousin. The truth is everyone she loved was her favorite. She had that much love to give and more. Til we meet again…RIP, in God’s Loving Memory.


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