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Sue Ann Rosner

In Loving Memory of

Sue Ann Rosner

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October 2, 1957
April 19, 2023

Sue Ann Rosner, 65, passed away in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday, April 19, 2023. Sue was born in Brighton, Colorado on October 2, 1957 to Robert and Ione Franz.  She and her former spouse had two children together, Belinda and Olivia. On March 23, 1997, Sue married the love of her life, Eddie Ray Rosner in Shreveport, Louisiana. Sue and Ed lived in Louisiana and Missouri before building their dream home in Oakwood, Texas. They spent many years on their front porch enjoying the scenery of rural Texas and their grandchildren playing in the yard.  After Ed passed away in 2018, Sue’s health declined until she could no longer live on her own. At that time, she moved back to Las Vegas, Nevada with her daughter, Belinda, in 2020.

Sue was preceded in death by her husband, Eddie Ray Rosner; her parents, Robert Franz and Ione Overholt; her sister, Ethel Franz; her stepdaughter, Melody; and her niece, Shannon. She is survived by her daughters, Belinda Mueller (Richard) of Las Vegas, Nevada and Olivia Rogal (Jon) of Houston, Texas. Sue, known as “Ganny”, was most proud of her grandchildren: Aliana (18), Ava (18), Kadence (13), Hayden (11), Jack (11), Karter (20), McKinzey (19), and Stormy (12). She is also survived by her twin sister, Kathy Clifford of Denver, Colorado; brother, Robert Franz of Norman, Oklahoma; and sister, Dolores Lowrance of Denver, Colorado; as well as her beloved nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date in Denver, Colorado. Finally, Sue will be taken to her final resting place beside her husband Eddie Ray in Buffalo, Texas.

6 Responses

  1. RIP Sista Sue!! You will be missed. I personally had many years of enjoyment with you and Ed. Say hi to Eth and Mom for us.

  2. Sue is my twin sister and we had a special bond she was so kind and put other’s before herself. She left us to soon and I miss her so much. RIP sue your in heaven with no more pain. Until me meet again I love you sue.

  3. Loved working beside her at Cox Cable. We stayed in communication after I left Vegas. She was funny and we were great friends. She is dearly missed.

  4. I will miss you the rest my life Susie! I love you so much, more than I could ever express in mere words. RIP Sis… goodbye for now, until we meet again in heaven

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