Susan Zweimiller

Susan Jane Zweimiller passed quietly into heaven on the morning of Feb. 28th, 2013.

Susan was born in Pawhuska, Oklahoma on Sept. 12, 1940 to William Howard & Chrystal Dell Ridgway. She was their only child. She moved to Kansas City when her father started his career with the Santa Fe railroad. A pioneer of professional business women, Susan worked in the commodities industry, working at the Kansas City Board of Trade starting in the mid-1960’s until she left to work within a start up, non-profit organization, taking an advisory position with the American Business Women’s Association in the early 1970’s.  She was still happily working part time with them until her unexpected and brief battle with cancer.  She loved her family, friends and her country with passion. She leaves behind her 2 daughters, Kerri (Chuck) Quintana and Shannon(Rick) Sandnes, her grandkids, Justin, Ian, Ciara & 1 great grand-daughter, Ella, many dear friends, cousins and family members who all love and miss her. 

 

 

  

Celebration of Life and Memorial Service

 

A Life Celebration will be 1:00-2:00, Saturday, March 9, 2013, at the Amos Family Funeral Home & Crematory.  A brief service will follow at 2:00 p.m. 

 

Memorial Contributions

 

The family suggests donations to Crossroads Hospice or Wounded Warriors. 

 

 


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20 Comments on “Susan Zweimiller”

  1. ShawneeObits Says:

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  2. Darlene(brookshire)Ironside Says:

    Please accept my condolences in your loss. My prayers are with you. Remember all the good times.

  3. Janet Dierking Says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with Susan’s family. I worked with her at ABWA and she was a terrific lady, with a wonderful sense of humor!

  4. Anna Marie Swearengin Says:

    Ray and I send our deepest sympathy. Kerri, Shannan and families your are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Sally McKinney Says:

    Dear Kerri and Shannon, You know my thoughts are with you. I join you in missing your Mother who was my friend since 1970 when we worked together at Commodity News Services. My sympathy and love to you and your family. Susan was a wonderful lady who will be missed by all who knew her. I feel honored to have been able to say goodbye in person. Condolences from both Richard and me.

  6. Diane achmeister Says:

    Kerri, I know right where you are! I don’t think we will ever quit missing them. I am so sorry…this really sucks!

  7. Sylvia M Jordan Says:

    My prayers are with Susan’s family. She was a great help to me in ABWA. She was a wonderful person and could make you laugh when you needed it. She will be missed.

  8. Valorie Seichepine Says:

    Kerri and Shannon,

    I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. She was a very special lady in my heart. Auntie Susan was always smiling and sweet to me and my family. Her presence will be deeply missed but her memory lives on in each of you.

    Love to you both,
    Valorie

  9. Kerri Quintana Says:

    Mom-your leaving has left a hole in all our hearts. Know that you did leave a wonderful legacy. All of us who had the pleasure of knowing you will always hold you near and dear to our hearts. You taught us how to love, to laugh and to live. You are the most wonderful woman and best mom ever. Love you always-ker

  10. Sonya Alpough Says:

    Kerri:
    Thank you for sharing your moms love and her company with me when we worked together. What an incredibly loving, strong and gentle woman. My love and prayers with your today and they days ahead. Blessings,
    Sonya Alpough

  11. Jean Pyles Says:

    Sannon & Kerri: Your Mom was one of my dearest friends. I have so many memories, I could write a book. She will be greatly missed by me and many others. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  12. Luese Davis Says:

    In loving memory of my cousin, Susan. The e’s you sent were exceptional visits to breathtaking scenery sights. Your passion creation’s Beauty. God bless your family.

  13. Jane Firestone Says:

    Kerri and Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of your mothers passing.

    Sincerely,
    Jane Firestone

  14. Geanie Aldridge Says:

    I worked with Susan over 35 years through ABWA. She was truly a wonderful friend and I loved her dearly. We will miss her terribly. Sincerely, Geanie Aldridge, Past National President, ABWA

  15. Rayetta Hartford Colby Says:

    Sorry to hear of her passing, enjoyed her comments on website for Turner Grads. My prayers are with you. May your memories comfort you.

  16. Bev Trimble Says:

    Dear Kerri, Shannon and family, my heart goes out to you and your families. I first met your Mom when I served on the National Board of ABWA, Along with Jean Pyles and Mary Pebley we shared such wonderful laughter together. I will treasure those memories and Susan will always remain in my heart, The world is a little sadder without her beautiful smile and she will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Bev Trimble
    Past District Vice President ABWA

  17. Anita Youngblood Says:

    Kerri & Shannon, My heart hurts for you as I know you are sorrowing at this loss of mom/best friend. My mom was always my cheerleader as I suspect your mom was to you. For many years this wave of sorrow would wash over me and I would miss Mom so much. Love and support each other as she would have wanted. Anita (ineedabath)

  18. Robert and Karen Sandnes Says:

    Sorry to hear of the loss of your dear mother. Both Robert and I feel your pain as we have lost a parent too. May God comfort you as He has us.

  19. Laurie Severs Says:

    Dear cousins, after not hearing from your mom I resorted to google and found this obituary. I am so sorry and sad to hear of her death. We were so fortunate to spend time with her in October and that time will always be a precious memory for me. Your cousin Laurie Walker Severs

  20. Sally Walker Says:

    To Susan’s children and grandchildren, I was so sorry to hear of Susan’s passing. I just heard about it last night from our cousin Laurie. Susan was the one who periodically emailed each of her cousins both individually and as a group. She was our contact with the rest of the family. We will miss her. I have called my parents Ken and Iris Walker (Susan’s aunt and uncle) and my brother Steve (Susan’s cousin) and they were each very sorry to hear their favorite niece had passed away. Our prayers and love are with you at this time.
    Sally Walker

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