Anna Sudut

Anna Sudut

May 23, 1921 - February 14, 2010


Mrs. Anna Kroll Sudut, age 88 of Franklin, TN, died Sunday evening at her residence. A native of Posen, MI, she was the daughter of the late Andrew and Helen Szatkowski Kroll, and widow of Chester Sudut, who preceded her in 1992. Mrs. Sudut was a homemaker, with a talent and fondness for crochetting and baking. She is survived by two sons: Roger Gloria Sudut of Franklin, TN and Tony Carol Sudut of Livonia, MI; and 5 grandchildren: Isaac, BrieAnne, Stefanie, Kristen, and Robert. The family will conduct a memorial service to honor and celebrate Mrs. Sudut’s life at a later date in the spring. Details will be made available when scheduled.

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6 responses to Anna Sudut

  1. I met Ann when we were growing up in Posen, Michigan. We have kept in touch ever since. We used to go to bingo together often when our kids were growing up. We were such good friends – she was my best friend and I will miss her so much. It was especially hard when she moved to Tennessee. She was such a nice person to be with. I am so sorry for your loss, Roger and Tony, and your families.

  2. Jill Nowicki says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Aunt Ann is in a wonderful place, as is my mom, Florence Nowicki. I know they are with us in spirit and will always be close. Even though it was so many years ago, I have vivid memories of Aunt Ann’s smile and her candy bowls. My memory of her is one of an exceptional woman. Take care.

  3. I will always remember Aunt Ann with the bright red lipstick. It has been many, many years since I’ve seen her but I’m sure she still had the wonder big smile she always had. Sorry for your loss and always remember the wonderful times.

  4. Susan Bull says:

    I was very sorry to hear of Great Auntie Ann’s passing. This has been a difficult time for myself and my family also, due to the passing of my mother, Florence Nowicki. It was nice to catch up with Cheryl, Toni Ann, and Tony earlier this week. I will always have vivid memories of going to Auntie Ann’s home on Christmas Day when I was a little kid. Stay strong and remember the good times.

  5. Tony, Roger and families. I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember Aunt Ann and the softness of her voice when she spoke and her laugh. She is now with your Dad and all the rest of the older Sudut’s. My thought are with all of you.

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