OBITUARY

Suzy Brunner

September 18, 1924February 14, 2019
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Suzy Brunner, 94, Colorado City and formerly of Odessa went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday, February 14, 2019. She was born in Brazil on September 18, 1924 to Rimoundo and Maria Ribaro Cavalenti. Suzy was a devout Christian woman; she lived her life for Christ and loved him with all of her heart. She spent many hours reading her Bible and studying its words so that they were engrained in her heart and soul. She was a woman who enjoyed the more elegant things in life, listening to music, dancing, and reading. In her spare time she was often seen zipping around in her golf cart or just driving around fast as she loved speed. She was a woman who was passionate about the word Love. She loved her God, her family and all of her friends and the fur babies that she had over the years, she especially loved the visits that she would get from those that she loved. She was truly a woman with a heart of gold; she would do anything for anybody. She will be missed by all that knew her. Suzy is survived by her daughter and best friend Linda Archer of Colorado City, by a son Scott Randolfe of Greensboro N.C., by her grandchildren Darell Hanks of Colorado City, Tony Randolfe, and Ashley Randolfe of Greensboro N.C., and by her great-grandchildren Linda, Jason, and Jesse. She is also survived by her four-legged child Bogus and cat Patches. She was preceded in death by her parents, by her husband Floyd Brunner in 1996, by a son Ernest Howry, a son-in-law Jim Archer, and by her 7 siblings. A celebration of Life for Suzy will be held on Monday February 18th at 1 pm at the Dorn Chapel in Colorado City with Horrace Abbott officiating. Arrangements have been entrusted to Kiker Seale Funeral Home in Colorado City

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, February 18, 2019
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Suzy Brunner

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sherri nichols

February 17, 2019

My attraction, love, admiration, and friendship was instantaneous. Early in our friendship, while visiting in her home, many conversations would begin with her speaking of her love for Jesus Christ, everything in her life was due to blessings given by he.

I found myself in total awe of this woman that spoke ever so lovingly of her Lord, never blaming or questioning the woes in her life, only thanking him for being with her all the while.

I always told her that she was my gift from God, my angel on earth, my inspiration-admiring her devotion and yet comparing her beliefs to my own inadequacy.

"Bless are those who mourn, for they will be comforted". Matthew 5:4

Sherri Nichols

February 17, 2019

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