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October 8, 2013

Sue Schultingkemper

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Sue

Schultingkemper

19 February 1941-01 October 2013

Mary Sue Schultingkemper, 72, of Edmond OK, loving wife, amazing mother, and wonderful sister and friend, went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ, Tuesday October 1st surrounded by her family and loyal friend Dottie. Sue was born February 19 1941 in Anson TX, to the late Roxie Mae Flood and Harvey Alvis Culver. Sue spent her life following her passion, selflessly attending to others, as a nurse. Sue’s love for our country and her adventurous nature compelled her to serve our country in Desert Shield and Storm as a LT in the Army Nurse Corps.

She is survived by her husband Eugene Schultingkemper, son Chris Schultingkemper, wife Kathy; daughter Kim Schultingkemper Perkinson, husband Gary; Her grandchildren Megan Thompson, Morgan and Troy Schultingkemper; Mitchell and Paige Perkinson; brother Harvey Culver and wife Sharon.

Services will be held on Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 10am in St Joseph’s Catholic Church in Ada,OK, followed by graveside services at Rosedale Cemetery.

All are welcomed to these services; in lieu of flowers please donate to the USO at http://www.uso.org in Cpt Sue Schultingkemper’s name.

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