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In Loving Memory

Tucker, Marilyn “Susie”

Tucker, Marilyn “Susie” (nee Powell) entered into rest on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Beloved wife Toby Tucker for almost 50 years; loving mother of Melissa (Tren) Groat, David (Amber) Tucker and Laura (Dan) Riegler; cherished grandmother of Tucker (Megan), Kaylen, Sophia, Adeline, Wilson, Levi, Karyss, Tobi Sue, Korrah, Markus, Kalise and the late Mylie and Gibson; dear sister of Melinda (Darrel) King and Mark (Pam) Powell; our dear aunt, cousin and friend to many…..

Susie taught preschool and kindergarten sunday school at First Baptist of Arnold for over 40 years, loved children and was a woman of faith. She will be missed by her family and friends.

Services: Visitation at First Baptist of Arnold on Tuesday, February 27, from 4-8 p.m., then Wednesday, February 28, from 10 a.m. until time of service 11 a.m. burial Shepherd Hills Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to First Baptist of Arnold Library Fund. A KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY SERVICE.


6 thoughts on “Tucker, Marilyn “Susie””

  1. Our heartfelt condolences to all of Susie s family. She was definitely a jewel to be treasured. May God give you comfort and peace.

  2. Toby, and Family. I have such great memories of Susie. Her smile will linger with me forever. Please know that my prayers will be with the family as God leads you through these difficult times

  3. Toby, Melinda, Mark and family,

    I am so sorry to hear about Susie passing away. I know she’s been resting in the arms of Jesus, and will soon have a great family homecoming with her Mom and Dad and many other loved ones.

    Susie was always one of Bob’s favorite cousins (along with Melinda and Mark, of course). From my perspective, I can imagine them having a dancing contest, going down the golden streets of Heaven.

    Each time I saw Susie, she would ask me about my family, my well-being. Her smile brought a smile to my face every time.

    I pray that God will overwhelm you with peace, and with so many wonderful memories of Susie, that they could never be numbered.

  4. I met and knew Susie through Disaster Relief and had the opportunity to work with her several times. Her smile and sense of humor were always uplifting no matter the crisis she was going through. She will be missed. My prayers and condolences to the family.

  5. My sincere condolences to you Toby and your family. Susie was always so sweet, friendly and very nice. May God bless the Tucker family during this difficult time. Thankful for Susie’s contribution to the mission of First Baptist Church Arnold.


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