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Karen Sudut (Anderson)


Karen Suzanne Anderson (Sudut) born September 20th, 1949, age 70, of Saint Joseph, Michigan, passed peacefully with her husband, Bruce, and son Kyle, by her side May 17th, 2020. Karen is survived by her Husband, Bruce Anderson of 45 years; Sisters, Cheryl Varacalli and Toni Sherlock, and brother Martin Sudut; Children Kyle and Brett Anderson; Nephews, Rocco and Rosario Varacalli; Nieces, Christine Raimer and Lindsay Sudut; Great-nephews Anthony and Marco Varacalli, and Great-nieces Lucianna and Adrianna Varacalli; and Grandchildren, Nora and Miles. Karen is preceeded in death by her father Anthony Sudut (d. 1976) and mother, Evelyn Sudut (Rohr) (d. 1999). Karen's time with us has come to and end but the memories she leaves with us will be in our hearts forever. Karen was a giver on the highest order. There was nothing she would not do for family. She was a wonderful cook and enjoyed trading recipes with sons, Kyle and Brett. She was an ardent "scrapper" and left us with wonderful memory books of our lives together. She lovingly made our house a warm home filled with family memories and she loved to decorate for all the Holidays. Her joy was her grandchildren, Nora and Miles, with son, Kyle. The story of Karen will live on in our hearts and bring smiles to us when we remember her smile. Honey, we love you.

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05/22/20 04:19 PM #3    

Sallye Herndon (Fagala)

So very sorry to hear about Karen.  My heartfelt condolences to John and the family.

05/22/20 04:40 PM #4    

Tony Ortega

Sorry to hear that Karen passed may she RI
p thoughts and prayers.

05/22/20 11:43 PM #5    

Diane Baxter (Osborn)

Karen May you be at peace . Condolences to all that mourn your passing. She was kind to all of us and will be remembered . 

05/25/20 01:46 PM #6    

Steven Gnewkowski

Sad to hear of the passing of this lovely lady, who I had the privilege of accompanying to our senior prom.  Rest in peace, Karen.

05/26/20 09:08 AM #7    

Andy Lundgren

Karen was one of the kindest, sweetest, most sincere, fun classmates with a terrific sense of humor.  When Karen walked into a room a smile would come over my face.   The "milk of human kindness" ran in her veins.  Rest in peace Karen.

05/27/20 12:54 PM #8    

Roxy Guzman

So sorry to hear about Karen's passing. My condolences to her family. I always enjoyed hearing her laughter, she was such a sweet person! I guess that is why I remember having my first ever crush, and it was on her in high school. Nobody knew it at the time but me...not even Karen.❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏

05/28/20 09:38 AM #9    

Jeannette Timlick (Ledin)

Karen and I were in homeroom together.  She was one of the sweetest gals.  She will be missed.  Deepest sympathies to the entire family.  She leaves a legacy behind.  Bless them all.

06/06/20 11:22 AM #10    

Diane Croskey (Sekely)

Karen was such a sweet lady and I am so sorry to hear of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with those that Loved her and may she rest in wonderful peace with the Lord. 

06/17/20 12:08 PM #11    

Billie Sue Erway (Rouston)

Loved Karen. Sweet person. With a great sense of humor and a joy for life. Her family were lucky to have her. Rip

10/30/20 02:28 PM #12    

Linda Ferla (O'Connor)

So sorry to hear that Karen has passed. Such a sweet person.  May she have complete and eternal peace and joy. Deepest sympathy to her family.


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