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Suzanne “Susie” Kay Snoke

August 5, 1947 - June 9, 2020

Suzanne “Susie” Snoke, 72


Suzanne “Susie” Wrosch Snoke passed away on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at St. Anthony Hospital after battling metastatic breast cancer.

She was born August 5, 1947 on a farm near Wheaton, KS to George and Luella (Cass) Wrosch. She was the fourth of five children.


Susie graduated as Valedictorian from Wheaton High School in 1965 and soon after met her husband, Raymond “Ray” Snoke. Susie and Ray were married on October 9, 1966.


Susie worked as an administrative assistant in the Topeka State Capitol building for eight years before becoming a stay-at-home mom to one daughter, Jennifer. As a military wife, she lived in Topeka, California, and Florida. Later, after Ray’s retirement from the U.S. Air Force, they moved to Texas where they resided for over 30 years. Susie and Ray recently moved to Evergreen, CO in 2017 to be closer to their daughter, son-in-law, and two grandchildren.


Susie was preceded in death by her father, mother, sister-in-law Vera Wrosch, and brother Gary Wrosch.


Survivors include her loving husband of 53 years; her three sisters, Roma (Jimmy) Young, Ronda (Gary) Winkler, and Sandra “Sandy” Wrosch, all of Topeka, KS; daughter Jennifer (Richard) Rabito; two grandsons, Camden Rabito and Cardin Rabito all of Evergreen, CO; and several nieces and nephews.


Donations may be sent in memory of Susie Snoke to the American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org).




5 Responses

  1. Jerry Narahara says:

    I will miss Susie’s kind and generous spirit.

    Sorry for your loss.

  2. Rich says:

    Susie will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Her precision and attention to detail helped her experience all the subtleties of life. We wish her and her family condolences.

  3. Nathan and Katie Kaspar says:

    Katie and I are so sorry for your loss. May God grant the peace, comfort, hope, and joy that only He can. Love y’all.

  4. Robb Rabito says:

    Wishing peace and good memories of Susie at this time.
    So sorry for your loss.

  5. Jack Rabito says:

    The measure of a life is what you have
    left behind whenever you leave this earth.
    In that regard Susie Snoke lived a rich life.
    Her legacy is a devoted husband of over 50 years.A wonderful family..a loving daughter, son-in-law and tw
    and two accomplished grandsons.She
    received great joy in life connected to that family and wad and it was an important support in her later year of fighting the cancer that eventually took her life.
    Those who knew and loved Susie have forever those memories to sustain them and keep her close to their hearts.
    Condolences to the family during this time.of loss.
    Jack Rabito

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