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Susan Elizabeth Evansco

Susan Elizabeth Evansco, nee Serkin, 46, of Belleville, IL, born December 27, 1959, in St. Louis, MO, returned gently to her creator surrounded by her husband, family abd friends Monday, October 16, 2006, at Memorial Hospital, Belleville, IL.



Mrs. Evansco was a healthcare technician and volunteered at the Belleville Area Humane Society.  Susan was a loving champion of the elderly and all living creatures.



She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Frank and Marian Skye; her paternal grandparents, Rubin Serkin and Libby Serkin-Baumwell; her father-in-law, John Evansco; and dear friend, Tommy Lee Robinson.



She is survived by her husband, Mark R. Evansco; her parents, Alvin (Ann) Serkin of St. Louis, MO and Marianne (nee Skye) Serkin of Belleville, IL; three brothers, Richard Serkin of Fairview Heights, IL, Thomas Serkin of Cahokia, IL, and Daniel Serkin of Belleville, IL; a niece, Kiley Robins of Dallas, TX; her mother-in-law, Doris Evansco of Fairview Heights, IL; and her best friend, Mary Millas of Belleville, IL.



In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Belleville Area Humane Society.  Condolences may be submitted to www.rennerfh.com.



A private service will be held followed by cremation.

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Condolences Left For Susan Elizabeth Evansco

    Dear Aunt Sue,

        I want to start off by saying that I know that everyone will miss you even though you are watching over us. I'm sorry that I didn't call you as much as I should of, I will forever regret that. Aunt Sue, you are a wonderful person, and you always will be. And no matter what hoops you make us go through, we will always love you, me my mom your cats, everybody...always love you.

        You were one of the best aunts I've ever had. You were fun and full of life!!! I will never forget my funny one of a kind chinese aunt. Nobody could ever replace you, and no one could ever take up the space that you held, and still hold in my heart. My dad said that I now have another gardian angel, i know it's new but I'm sure you will be a great gardian angel, I'm sure you are looking down on all of us right now. Knowing you, I know you don't want us to sulk, and be sad, but to be happy that you are now in a better place, well i am having a hard time doing that right know. It may take me awhile but i'll get there.

        In closeing, i just want to say that I love you, and that everything I said, and will say is true, and it is all from the bottem of  my heart.  We will all miss you and will be sadened in the loss of you, our funny, easey going Aunt Sue.I will Miss You Forever.

                   Your niece,

                        Kiley, or as you say Ki.ki.

                            


    Kiley Robbins, Garland, Texas, 75044



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    Mariannne, I was deeply saddened and shocked to learn of Susan's sudden death!  She did so much to help animals.  I send to you my deepest sympathy and I will pray for you!

    Bodie


    Carol Lesko, Belleville, Illinois, 62223


    Our Deepest Sympathy for your loss. Out thoughts & prayers are with all of you.

    Jim & Mary El Roche & Family, Fairview Heights,, Illinois, 62208


    Mark, Marianne, Rick, Tom, Danny,

    I was so shocked to read this in the paper. I always ran into her. I'm so happy she was a part of my life. I thought about her often.My prayers are with all of you.

    Brenda Byrd Kleinaitis

    Brenda Byrd Kleinaitis, Millstadt, Illinois, 62223


    "they are before the throne of God

    and serve him day and night in his temple;

    and he who sits on the throne will spread his tent over them.

    "Never again will they hunger;

    never again will they thirst.

    The Sun will not beat upon them,

    nor any scorching heat.

    For the lamb at the center of the throne

    will be their shepard;

    he will lead them to the springs of living water.  And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes."

    Laura Steinke, Belleville, Illinois, 62223


    Rick,

    I'm not sure if you remember me.  I went to high school with Sue.  My Last name was Gass back then.  I was saddened to read about Sue in the newspaper.  I will always remember her great smile. I regret not having kept in touch with either of you.  What I remember most about Sue is her passion for life and her joy.  She loved to make others laugh and she always did!  I also remember a serious side to Sue - one that she expressed through the heart felt poetry she wrote in high school.  Know that my prayers are with your family during this difficult time.  I know she is greatly missed.

    Jan

    Jan Cryder, Trenton, Illinois,


    My deepest sympathy goes out to Sue's husband Mark, her brothers Rick, Tom & Danny also her parents Mr & Mrs Serkin.

    HAVE FAITH THAT GOD HAS PUT HER IN A BETTER PLACE!

    Sincerely,

    Jim


    Jim Pennebaker, Collinsville, Illinois, 62234


    Marianne,



    My deepest sympathy. I was shocked and saddened by the news. My sympathy to you and your family.

    Anita Marx, , ,



    Mike & Kathy Evansco, Beleville, Illinois, 62223



    Tim Johnston, , ,


    To the Serkin and Evanco families: I'm very sorry for your loss.


    Tim Johnston, Swansea, Illinois, 62226


    I'm so sorry for your loss.  Although I didn't know Susan, I know she was a beautiful person--she had to be with the family support she had during her lifetime.



    My sincere condolences to all her family members.

    Barbara Taylor, Chesterfield, Missouri, 63017


    Dear Serkin and Evansco Families:

    We are friends of Sue's from High School.

    Just wanted you all to know you have our deepest sympathy.  God Bless and cherish the memories.

    Mary Seibert and Jan Lanter (Kistner), , ,


    Dear Marianne, I am so sorry and am praying for you and your family during this sad time.  You are in my thoughts.

    Sue Ann Werner, New Athens, Illinois, 62264


    Dear Sue...

    I just read your niece's(Ki Ki) beautiful tribute to you and I too will remember you in the same way.  Will think of you often, (a prayer coming your way often) and hope to meet you in the next life.



    Forever yours,



    Alias: Aunt Jackie

    Jackie, Belleville, Illinois,


    Marianne, We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Warm thoughts and prayers.

    Pattie Noonan, Lawrence, Kansas, 66044



    Carol Lesko, , ,


    Marianne,



    My sincerest sympathy to you and your family in the sudden loss of your daughter.  Jackie Treesh passed on this terrible news to me.  My thoughts and prayers are with you in this sad time.

    Sharon Carman, High Ridge, Missouri, 63049



    Kiley Robbins, Garland, Texas, 75044



    Mike & Kathy Evansco, Beleville, Illinois, 62223


    So sorry Marianne...

    Be sure to lean on your neighbors...

    They need you as much as you need them. I know you will comfort each other in so many ways that others

    cannot. Jesse's accident was/is

    a life changing tragedy for all of us.

    We will never be the same.

    Does it help to know our family knows exactly how your family feels?

    I think in a strange way it does...


    Dana Hacker-Fitch, Swansea, Illinois, 62226


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