Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral Directors and Rose Hill Burial Park
6600 Broadway Extension, Oklahoma City, OK
July 20, 1940 – November 20, 2019
Suzanne Thomasson Munzesheimer passed away peacefully at her home in Oklahoma City on November 20, 2019. Susie was born on July 20, 1940 to Bill and Annabell Truax Thomasson in Iola, Kansas. Susie grew up in Iola and was a member of the high school marching band and tennis team. She graduated from Iola High School 1958. After graduation, Susie moved to Bartlesville and was employed by the Phillips Petroleum Company. She soon became a flight attendant and moved to Dallas, TX where she met her husband Rick and raised their two children, Laura and Aaron. Susie was active in her community as a soccer coach, Richardson High School band parent and member of Temple Shalom. Susie later became a realtor.
After many years of living in the Richardson area, Susie retired and moved to her beloved lake house on Lake Texoma and later moved back to her hometown of Iola, Kansas. Susie recently relocated to Oklahoma City to be near her family.
She lived her life with gusto! She was an avid tennis player and fan. She enjoyed playing bridge and knitting. Susie was a terrific cook and enjoyed entertaining guests. She was known as “Gram" by all the neighborhood children. Above all, Susie loved her family, her friends and her dogs.
Susie is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Laura and Louis Barlow of OKC, her five beautiful granddaughters Baylea, Sadie, Lily, Hope and Hannah, her daughter-in-law Megan Burch, and her Yayas Linda Guenther, Sharon Hoffmeir, Judy Jo Laver. Susie is proceeded in death by her father and mother Bill and Annabell Thomasson, her son Aaron Munzesheimer and her Yaya Naomi Oliphant.
Susie was loved dearly and will be greatly missed by her family and friends.
Services will be held on Wednesday, November 27, 1pm at Temple B’nai Israel in Oklahoma City. Susie's signature color was purple, and those attending the service are encouraged to wear a bit of Susie's favorite color.
- Susie is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Laura and Louis Barlow of OKC, her five beautiful granddaughters Baylea, Sadie, Lily, Hope and Hannah, her daughter-in-law Megan Burch, and her Yayas Linda Guenther, Sharon Hoffmeir, Judy Jo Laver. Susie is proceeded in death by her father and mother Bill and Annabell Thomasson, her son Aaron Munzesheimer and her Yaya Naomi Oliphant.
- Memorial Service Wednesday, November 27, 2019
November 23, 2019
Suzie was my neighbor and friend. One summer when my nephews were here on vacation, she generously offered to have them fish from her boat dock. The three boys were quite a handful for both of us. One of them cast their line, accidentally hooking her in the hand. She almost passed out, and I was so upset that they weren't paying attention and listening to our instructions. However, she graciously went home to rest and to work the hook out of her hand. I took the boys home and followed up with her later. She was ok but shaken. I felt terrible that she had tried so hard to help them and me and got hurt. Just one example of how generous and kind she was. One year she was entertaining Hope and Hannah. Bruce and I helped them make crafts and toys for the Jewish holidays. We had a blast and learned a lot. It was a real joy to be with them. She shared her apple cake recipe with me, but when I made it, it never turned out as good as hers. When my mom came to visit one winter, we had a tea party. She loved getting together with everyone and let me borrow one of her tea pots. I'm so glad we have these happy memories. She will be missed.
November 22, 2019
My heart is broken. Suzie was my second mom. She took me under her wing when I moved to Dallas. Her lake house was my escape during my divorce. I will remember her every time I see a stick of butter, a quart of half & half, Texas Trash, cinnamon candy and anything purple. I loved her dearly.