In Loving Memory …

Sue Kohues

Glenna Sue Kohues, 59, of Ionia, MO, passed away Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton, MO.

She was born December 28, 1959 in Warrensburg, MO, a daughter of Clarence E. and Thelda O. Sallee.  On May 28, 1993 in Windsor, MO, she married Michael T. Kohues who preceded her in death on July 13, 1994.

Sue was working as an Elementary 5th and 6th Teacher at the Green Ridge School.  She enjoyed visiting state and national parks.  She will be remembered for her love of teaching.

Survivors include her companion, Stan Dillon, of the home; son, Scott Dillon (Brooke); granddaughter, Finley Dillon; siblings, Shirley Scrape of La Monte, MO, Flora Jean Gilger of Bois D’Arc, MO, Betty Sallee of Sedalia, MO, Fred Dean Sallee of Sedalia, MO, and Delores “Dee” Vogler of Sedalia, MO.

In addition to both of her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by one brother, Quinton Edward Sallee.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at the Green Ridge School Gymnasium.

Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at Heckart Funeral Home in Sedalia.

Burial will be in La Monte Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Green Ridge Scholarship Fund or Ms. Kohues would like donations of school supplies for the Green Ridge School.


7 Responses

  1. We send your family healing prayers and comforting hugs. We share in your sadness as we have all lost a very special person. We pray that God wraps his arms around you during this difficult time. May you feel surrounded by love. Sue is smiling down on us from Heaven. She is gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.

    Bill & I think the world of Sue. She was an absolutely wonderful teacher to our Daughter, Morgan. When she would see us out around Sedalia without Morgan, she would always ask, “Where’s the golden child?” Even after Morgan graduated high school she was always interested in what was going on with her when we spoke to her out somewhere. We are so proud that Morgan had the opportunity to have such a positive role model as Sue in her life. One of the highlights of Morgan’s senior year was having the privilege to be Sue’s Student Teachers Aid.

  2. Our hearts and prayers go out to you stan and family. Sue was an amazing women and touched many hearts in our community especially the young children that she got the pleasure of teaching her abilities too, especially in science and about consevation. She definitely will be missed but always in many hearts.

  3. 13 years ago Sue student taught in my third grade classroom. During her time she showed what true compassion was for students and love for education. I will miss seeing her and only wish I had told her how inspiring she was to me every time I saw her! She never had a negative thing to say about her students, her school, or her peers. Sue was able to touch so many lives in education, and not just the students. May every educator show the love Sue did every day to their students! Thank you for our time together and for always reminding me why we do what we do!

  4. She was the best teacher and sweetest lady! She will be missed. Praying for her family, friends and students.

  5. Dear Shirly and Family,
    I am so sorry, losing as sister is a sad event. Thinking of you, sending Big Hugs and Warm Love your way.
    Janet Fairchild Roberts

  6. Stan and family –

    We are so sorry to hear of Sue’s passing, she was a remarkable lady. Please know you, the family and her students will be in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

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