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Palm Northwest Mortuary & Cemetery

6701 North Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

OBITUARY

Susan Ann Shuaib

December 16, 1960May 16, 2020
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Susan Ann Shuaib was born Dec. 16, 1960 to parents Phil and Shirley Kenson, in Pomona, California. She married her husband Amir Shuaib March 27th 1999.

Within over 20 years of marriage they accomplished so much together including raising 2 children, Dylan Shuaib and Adam Shuaib. Dylan is currently enlisted in the U.S. Army and Adam works with his father in the family business. Susan was an amazing woman who lived her life for her family, and her favorite thing to do was to put a smile on their faces. She had the best hugs and could make your worst days the best days.

Susan leaves behind her mother Shirley, her loving husband Amir, her children Dylan and Adam, two brothers Brad and Stuart, and her sister Betsy, her daughters-in-law Tiffany and Jordan, and her two grandchildren Aaden and Conner and her dog Khan.

Susan will be dearly missed and forever in her families hearts. Susan peacefully passed away May 16th 2020 in Las Vegas with her family around her.

Her services will be held Saturday, May 23rd at Palm Northwest Mortuary at 11:00 a.m.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Amir Shuaib , Pallbearer
  • Dylan Shuaib, Pallbearer
  • Adam Shuaib, Pallbearer
  • Joey Rodriguez, Pallbearer
  • Brad Kenson, Pallbearer
  • Brad Kenson Jr, Pallbearer

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

  • Reception

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

Memories

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Emma Sisko

May 24, 2020

I feel so blessed to have known Sue. She was truly such a wonderful women and an amazing friend. It has been quite some time but I will never forget her witty personality and our silly back and forth banter.

You were always willing to listen and tell me if I was being over dramatic and you always made sure to speak the cold hard truth, no matter what!

You will forever be in my heart Momma Sue!

Love,
-Emma Sisko

Rob Read

May 23, 2020

I will always cherish our friendship. We kind of shared our sons with each other. Dylan and Adam are like our own sons. Great love for this family. You can tell the greatness of a mother by the way that her sons have become men. Love you Sue. God bless you.

Juan-Paolo Antonio Shappy

May 22, 2020

Growing up Adam has always been a family friend. My family knew his and his knew mine. Sue was always the cool mom. She was always supportive of her children and treated their friends like family. Sue was always someone to talk to about anything and she will make you believe you can do anything. I’ll always remember her warm welcoming and her smile.

Bonnie Allen

May 22, 2020

I have only known Sue since March 21, 2020. On that day my husband, Billy, took me to Sue, Amir and Khan's home. Sue was sitting in the backyard. After we were introduced Sue got up to give me a hug. She said she didn't care about the world's problems, she was going to hug me anyway. From that moment on I knew we would be forever friends. Sue made me feel as if we had already known one another for an eternity.

Sue, it was a pleasure meeting you. You will be missed and thought of always. Rest in peace. Your new forever friend, Bonnie Allen 😊

Ginger Pease

May 21, 2020

Every since I moved to Montana, Sue would send me all the jokes she found about Hillbillies and people who dance weird, but think they’re good at it. She always made me laugh. In return, I would send her pictures of Creepy clowns and crows. She hated them both, so of course I got a kick out of seeing her reactions.
Sue was my best friend for 27 years. I have so many memories of her but a few I would like to share...She always knew how to make me feel better and she always had my back and showed me nothing but love and support. We could laugh and talk for hours and still never run out of things to say. Sue had a heart of gold and truly lived for her family. She was so beautiful inside and out. She left her mark on everyone who knew her and the mark of BFF forever in my heart. I miss her so very much..

Ezra Wong

May 20, 2020

Sue was always the mom outside of my own home. From all the times she made sure all of us were well fed after we all got done skateboarding all day to scolding me for doing something dangerous as we were young, she never stopped showing love and care for anyone that stepped foot in the house. All of Dylan’s and Adams friends called her mom because of the way she always looked out for us. I’ll miss her dearly and I hope she continues to shine bright from up above and watches out for all of her loved ones

Merlin Hardy

May 19, 2020

Amir, I just browsed through some of the posted memories and pictures of you and your lovely wife Susan. I can see why you, and everyone who knew her, loved her so much. My dearest sympathy is extended to you, her, and your family during this short time that all of you will be away from each other. I have the greatest respect and admiration for both of you; for being one of only a very few on earth who were able to be blessed with and enjoy an eternal love. I want to thank you for finding our friendship close enough for you to entrust in me during this very hard time of your life, and to thank you for considering my prayers worthy enough to join with you, and with your family’s prayers. I know you love her, and I know without question the two of you will be united in Heaven eternally. She just went back home, a little early, just to get your home ready for you and your eternal family. She is still here with you now, comforting you through this hard time in your life. She knows you love her. I also know that within the next few short years all of us will be gathered together again talking about all the fun we had on earth.

My Love and prayers are always with you!
Merlin Hardy (AKA “The Prayer Guy”)

Faith Harmer

May 18, 2020

I met Susan and her sister many years ago when they were looking for a home for their Mom, Shirley. We had so much fun while looking - laughing and joking having good ole girl fun. Susan and I instantly had a great connection and we remained friends and kept in touch all these years, as have Shirley and I. I became their family Realtor, but our friendship was so much more than that. When Susan first became ill, she was still always so upbeat, sweet and positive! She allowed me to come bring her a big bag of gifts and sit with her for more good girl giggles. Susan, I will miss you SO much!! You will forever be in my memory and my heart. I love you!

Amir Shuaib

May 18, 2020

Taylor Knowles

May 18, 2020

I am so glad I had the pleasure of knowing Sue. The first time I met her I remember her giving me a tour of the house, giving me some paintings of hers & was just always so so welcoming. I enjoyed our daily FaceTimes with the girls, always making us laugh. She was the 6th sister in our group and I will forever hold that close to my heart. I will forever be thankful of her letting me be apart of her life, her family and treating me like her own.

Thank you for being the sunshine on the cloudy day. I love you Momma Sue. Until we see each other again. 💓

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Biography

Susan Ann Shuaib was born Dec. 16, 1960 to parents Phil and Shirley Kenson, in Pomona, California. She married her husband Amir Shuaib March 27th 1999.

Within over 20 years of marriage they accomplished so much together including raising 2 children, Dylan Shuaib and Adam Shuaib. Dylan is currently enlisted in the U.S. Army and Adam works with his father in the family business. Susan was an amazing woman who lived her life for her family, and her favorite thing to do was to put a smile on their faces. She had the best hugs and could make your worst days the best days.

Susan leaves behind her mother Shirley, her loving husband Amir, her children Dylan and Adam, two brothers Brad and Stuart, and her sister Betsy, her daughters-in-law Tiffany and Jordan, and her two grandchildren Aaden and Conner and her dog Khan.

Susan will be dearly missed and forever in her families hearts. Susan peacefully passed away May 16th 2020 in Las Vegas with her family around her.

Her services will be held Saturday, May 23rd at Palm Northwest Mortuary at 11:00 a.m.

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