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Susan Noonan

In Loving Memory

Noonan, Susan M. “Sue”

Noonan, Susan M. “Sue” (nee Bon) Wednesday September 27, 2023. Beloved wife of the late Patrick M. Noonan. Dear mother of Ryan (Jamie) Noonan and the late Patrick Noonan. Dear grandmother of Samuel, Isabella and Max Noonan. Dear sister of Terry (Sheila) Bon, Maryann “MiMi” (the late Lynn) Southard, Dan Bon and the late Jon (survived by Phyllis) Bon, Pat Littrell and Darlene Bauer. Our Dear sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt, cousin and friend of the “Village” and many others.

Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Tuesday October 3, 11:00 am to Assumption Church for 11:30 am Mass. Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Member of Assumption St. Vincent de Paul Society and the YMCA. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Assumption St. Vincent de Paul Society appreciated. Visitation Monday 4-9 pm.


8 thoughts on “Noonan, Susan M. “Sue””

  1. So many of my favorite childhood memories include Mrs. Noonan. She has been a cherished family friend my whole life and I will miss her warmth, humor, and fun loving spirit! My prayers are with her family.

  2. Sue was the happiest person I know. She loved life, and her family. She enjoyed and adored her grandchildren. Sue will be
    greatly missed by all.

  3. Oh my sweet sister in law who will be missed so much and by so many. Always, happy and loving life, so many were drawn to Sue because of her sparkle and generosity. Rest In Peace Sue, no more pain and oh what a homecoming that must be taking place in the Kingdom of Peace, happiness and tranquility.
    We love you and will miss you until we meet again.
    Cheri, Marty, Christopher and family

  4. That old saying, God only takes the good ones must really be true because Sue was the best if the best! She and Pat were such a huge part of my life since I was just a little girl. Patrick and I were the same age and our parents were the best of friends! I can’t remember a time when they were not there for my family. I loved them as family and Sue will be missed terribly just as Pat and Patrick are. May you rest in peace and show all those angels up there how to party! Say hi to Mom for me. Until we meet again.

  5. Sue was a very special friend and comrad in Bible studies and movies of all kinds. Also grandchildren, and the wonder of them. (She wanted to be and was the best grandmother ever). I will miss your smlie and funny company. God will keep you safe now.

  6. Sue was my best friend of almost 50 years. She was funny and fun to be with. I felt happy when I was with her. No matter how much time I spent with her, it never seemed to be enough. Sue had an incredibly positive outlook on life. She was very forgiving. I learned a lot from her. Sue had an incredible faith in God and was a faithful servant. Prayer was part of her life. In addition to her love of God, Sue loved her family. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, aunt, cousin and a wonderful and caring friend to many. The love and devotion Sue had for her husband, her sons and her grandchildren was inspiring to witness. I will miss her for the rest of my life. I offer my sympathy to Ryan, Jamie and their children.

  7. Ryan,
    Wanted to let you know, both your parents held a special place in my heart. For sometime, while my sister Marybeth Leimberg, would attend Mass at St MM, they would take her out to breakfast and make sure she got back to her apartment. Last summer had the opportunity to see your mom at Francis Park for a Magdalen gals gathering. She was such a sweet lady. Your folks were very special. Sending you hugs and prayers during this time. Their kindness lives on.


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