Shirley Kahn

Roseville, California

1942 - 2013

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I will miss Aunt Sue a great deal. She was a very significant part of my life though childhood as were Uncle Steve, Danny, Timmy and Joey. I remeber the countless the outings, the home made pizza and the mocha double crunch ice cream. While divorces seperated our families for years, I met up with Aunt Sue again about 10 years ago and we stayed in touch. It was such a comfort to have someone who remembered the kid I was, but was happy and interested in the adult I became. I know she was...

Mama Sue always has a p,ace in our hearts she was so warm and welcoming, caring and thoughtful. She always asked out Manny & the kids making sure everyone was okay. Her hugs we the best bear hugs ever. And a smile that makes you smile back. Live you Sue, and all the Kahn family.

My heartfelt sympathy to Danny, Timmy and Joey. She was a loving and special person and wonderful friend. She will be missed.

What I loved about Sue is she always had a smile on her face. She is missed dearly. My love to all of her family.

Sue was a great mother to all of her boys. She made sure she always made it to there baseball games and was always in the snack bar (thanks for the free snow cone) she was always there to hold my hand when I had to get that tooth filled :0( heaven is lucky to have a wonderful woman up there. Prayers to the boys and there family. RIP SUE

Sorry for your loss, Sue was a great lady and fun to be around. I first met Sue back in the mid seventy's our kids went to school together but i moved away and loss contact with her. Maryann Kenkel and i were looking forward to visiting with her after her hospital stay but the LORD had other plans.Sorry we wont be able to make it to her memorial but our prayers and thoughts will be with her family

Sue was such a sweetheart! Always had a smile and hug for us when we seen her! She will be dearly missed.

Joe & Tabitha, and the rest of your family as well. I am so sorry for your loss. All my prayers go out to all of you.

We're very sorry for your loss. I'll always remember the days that we "ran away", when PTA and baseball got to be too much. Sue was a dear friend. We're unable to attend the service but, our hearts are with your families.


Shirley's Obituary

Shirley "Sue" KahnOct 29, 1942 - Aug 26, 2013Former Resident of San LeandroA devout Christian, a loving mother, sister, grandmother, mother-in-law, and daughter. A proud employee of UOP Dental School until her retirement. She is survived by her brother, Eddie Morrish. Her loving...

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