Sue Halton

Sue Halton

Friday, May 15th, 1953 Thursday, November 14th, 2019

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Obituary for Sue Annette Halton

Sue Halton, 66, of Springfield, MO passed away in the comfort of her home on November 14, 2019.
Sue was born in Springfield, MO on May 15, 1953 to Gladys and Charles Marshall Sr. Early in life Sue accepted Jesus Christ as her personal savior as she attended Pitts Chapel, United Methodist Church in Springfield, MO and Love and Unity in Compton CA. Her missionary work led her to Africa where she assisted building homes, ministered to the homeless while feeding those in need and created a prison ministry.
She is proceeded in death by her husband Alfred, father Charles, sisters Joyce, Janice Kay, brother James Robert. Sue leaves to mourn her mother Gladys, son Akeem, granddaughter Aleyah, sisters Terry, Dewan, Kathy, brothers Charles, Michael, Gregory, host of family and friends.
Services held Culver, CA.

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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday, November 22nd, 2019 |
    Holy Cross Culver City, CA
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    Friday, November 22nd, 2019
  • Interment

    Friday, November 15th, 2019 |
    Holy Cross Cemetery
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    Friday, November 15th, 2019

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Classmates-Annie, Bello, Sharon, Deborah & David has honored the life of Sue Annette Halton by planting a memorial tree.
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Barbara Pitts Larkin

High school friends: William Pitts, Barbara Pitts Larkin. Our prayers for her family. Our father is Rev W E Pitts, former pastor at Washington Avenue Baptist Church in Springfield MO. We, all three of us, send prayers of comfort.
Comment | Posted at 08:18am via Condolence

Pat Johnson

My prayers go out to the family in this time of need, just know she will not suffer anymore. We love and will miss her. Pat and Derron Johnson
Comment | Posted at 07:55pm via Condolence

Classmates-Annie, Bello, Sharon, Deborah & David

May God bless you and give you strength during this time of bereavement. Sue was such a loving, sweet friend and our classmate, CHS '71.

We will be praying for you and the family.
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Classmates-Annie, Bello, Sharon, Deborah & David planted a memorial tree for Sue Halton
Comment | Posted at 11:27am via Memorial Tree

Deepest condolences to the family from Anthony and Mary Ellen Moss. I pray you find peace during and after this time of loss. She is now and forever missed.
Comment | Posted at 08:26pm via Condolence

Henry Pratt

Condolences From Brenda and Henry Pratt To The Family and Friends!! God Got This and We Will Miss Her!! God Bless!!
Comment | Posted at 07:20pm via Condolence

Mary Wallace (Pearson)

I send prayers for Family of Sue . My neighbors back in the good old days and great memories. RIP Sue for I know you are in good hands. Bless Mom Gladys and family. My God give you strength at this time. Sue will b miss.
Posted at 02:23pm

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