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Susan Elizabeth Boblitt, 75 of Spring Hill Kansas , formerly of Springfield, Illinois died Friday, September 17, 2021 after a brief but hard fought battle with Covid-19. Susan was born April 30, 1946 in Springfield, Illinois to Carl and Ruth Skinner.
Survivors include; sons and daughter in laws, Jeff & Lindsay Coffey; Chris & Jill Coffey; daughter and son in law, Lyndsay & Scott Gray; eleven grandchildren Sean Carlisle, Ryan, Baleigh and Kayd Coffey; Michelle and Kyle Coffey, Oscar and Eli Anderson; Chris, Nolan and Abby Gray. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Susan graduated from Feitshans High School in 1964 and resided in central Illinois most of her life. She loved reading and scrapbooking but her greatest joy was time spent with her children and grandchildren as well as her dog, Libby.
Per her wishes no services will be held. Memorials are suggested to St. Judes Children’s Hospital.
Ramona Fonner says
Sue, you will be greatly missed. Always enjoyed our phone talks. See you on the other side my Friend!
Baleigh Coffey says
I love and miss you so much gram! Keep watching over us ??
Vickie Davis says
My heart still hurts! Im going to miss you my friend. Best neighbor anyone could have. Love you sweet lady!
Sharon Rethmeyer says
Those of us who knew her at the pantry enjoyed her wonderful smile and family stories. We know how much family meant to her so are praying for you all as you grieve.
May God comfort you.
Roberta Hill says
I will always remember what a great friend you were for all those years. You were always there, be it to visit or one of our lengthy phone calls. Junior high school, high school, college, church, weddings, children, and grandchildren you were there. I will cherish memories and I already miss you, my friend.
Cindy Blackburn says
Rest in peace my friend you were one in a million I miss coming down to see you and Libby or you coming here I miss your stories but I have our memories it’s hard for me to look down there at your place and see if you’re gone it’s just so unbelievable you are a good friend and you will not be forgotten I love you Susan.
Connie (Thoman) Taylor says
I have so many wonderful memories of Sue, she will be greatly missed. One thing about her that was always very clear was her great love for and pride in her children and grandchildren. That love will stay with all of them. I know she missed her father terribly, I hope he was the first one waiting to greet her in heaven. Your struggle is over now, my friend, it’s time to rest.
Donna Christy says
The world has lost a very special lady,a friend to many at the Villas, Rest in peace.
Anita Gilmore says
Susan I am sure that everyone who ever knew you is mourning your loss. I met you when I first came to live here almost a year ago. It seems as though I have always known you as you were just that kind of lady. Thank you for your friendship your sisterhood and being a great neighbor. I still can’t believe when I open my front door you won’t be on the porch with or without your precious Libby. Thank you Jesus for allowing me to have what precious time I had with you. Until we meet again.
Matt Wilhite says
My thoughts are with your whole family. Sue was a genuinely special person. She was always so loving and kind. She treated me as one of her own and I will always treasure the time spent with your family.
Sally Wilhite says
I have so many fond childhood memories of spending summers with Sue at her aunt and uncle’s in Meredosia. Then later, she and her family settled in Meredosia— what a great addition to Meredosia!
Sue was a fine “lady” and I’m sure will be missed by anyone she knew.
My condolences to the family.
Baleigh Coffey says
It’s been 4 months now and I still catch myself going to text you anytime anything happens. Since you’ve been gone you became a great grandma and I know you would of loved him so much he is ryan’s twin! I wish I could go back in time and relive all of our special times together. I miss you so much and ill see you again some day. Love you forever gram