In Memory of Suzanne Holloway

Suzanne Holloway

  • Birth Date: November 20, 1953
  • Death Date: October 28, 2019


Suzanne Holloway, 65, of Sallisaw, passed quietly in her sleep on Monday, Oct 28, 2019 at her home. Suzanne was born to Gene and Georgia Morrison on Nov 20, 1953 in Ft. Smith, AR. She was loved by friends, too numerous to count, and was a member of Blunt Baptist Church in Sallisaw. She had served as a leader of the teen youth group for 15 years. Her work life consisted of service to others. In her capacity of counselor/teacher/mentor, she helped hundreds of abused and disadvantaged women, children, and men recover their lives.

Suzanne leaves behind her husband, Chuck Holloway; Brother and his family, Neal and Ruth Morrison, their children, Andrew, Emilee, and Cadi; and three children and their families, Kristi and her husband Nathan Rozman, and children Reese and Chase, Sarah and her husband Dean Reichert, and children, Malee, Bentley, and Reed, Ben Miller and his wife Brittany, and children, Charlee Ann, Payton, and Jordan. As well as a host other relatives and friends.

Memorial services will be held on Friday, Nov 1, 2019, at 2:00 pm in the Blunt Baptist Church, Sallisaw. Rev. Issac Slape will officiate with Mrs. Liz Welch as the Eulogist. Services are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Service, 463505 Hwy 101, Sallisaw

Message from Stacy Bell

My thoughts and prayers are with you. She was a great woman and will be missed.

Message from Lahoma Jones

Chuck so sorry for your loss. I will be praying for peace that surpasses all understanding

Message from Deborah Cheater

Praying for you during this time.

Message from Daryl and Shirley Crawford

We are both so sorry for the loss of our sweet Suzanne. She was a blessing to us
and all of God's family. We enjoyed worshiping with both of you at Blunt.
May God bless you Chuck and your
family. In Christ we will meet again.

Message from Sheila Moody

Suzanne never met a stranger. She knew everyone. She was kind, funny and genuine. You always knew that if she called, settle in and get comfortable because you were going to be on the phone for al least an hour. She has been my best friend for the last forty years. I have called her my sister for almost all of that time. I don’t know how I’m going to get through a day without her. She always had my back and I hers.
No one could make me laugh like her. She made me a kinder, better person and I broke her out of her shell. I love you Suzanne and always will. See you again. I will miss you everyday.

Message from Amy Huskey

Suzanne was such a wonderful woman. She was a blessing to many. I enjoyed my time working with her several years ago. She will be greatly missed. Prayers for your family.

Message from David and Phyllis Pedersen

You are in our prayers Chuck.



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