In Memory

Sue Inzer (King)

Sue Inzer (King)

Susan Kay King, having just turned 70 on November 19th, passed away on Wednesday, November 24, 2021. She was born on November 19, 1951, in San Antonio, Texas and lived in Texas most of her life, most notably in Abilene and Cedar Creek.  She was the loving mother of three children, a son and two daughters, and six grandchildren, and shared a lifelong love of dogs and horses with her daughters. Susan and her husband only recently moved to Bay Minette, Alabama this year, wanting to be close to their grandchildren to see them grow up and help as needed.

Susan was awarded a Bachelor’s degree in Education in 1973 and worked as a teacher and then Educational Coordinator for the Abilene Independent School District for more than four decades, primarily working with a dedicated team of administrative and support personnel for the Early Childhood Division.  She loved working with loving, loyal, and spiritually motivated Christians like herself.

Susan is survived by her loving husband, David, a loving son Matthew King and his six children, James, Alexander, Evelyn, Calvin, Madeleine, and Eliza.  She is also survived by two loving daughters, Amanda Beth Parker and her husband Ben, and Carrie Elisabeth King.  She is survived by her sister, Carol Huff and her husband Bruce, former sister-in-law and friend Deborah Inzer, two nephews Brian and Bill, and two nieces Lori and Jessica.  She also leaves behind dear friends of many years, even decades, who loved and supported each other with letters, phone calls, and text messages.

Susan was a believer in Jesus, the son of God Almighty Creator of Heaven and Earth, and sought to live and serve Him and find peace and understanding through Him.  She will be dearly missed by all those who knew and loved her.

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12/28/21 12:28 PM #1    

Jan Nunnally (Lineweaver)

Sue was so much fun in our senior English class. We sat toward the back of the class and enjoyed the shenanigans of punning and joking under our breaths. How we ever learned a thing is still a question that remains unanswered. She was a treasure.

12/28/21 03:57 PM #2    

Martha Henry (Dyer)

I am so sorry to hear this news.  Sue was a super nice person and was a good friend in high school.  Condolences to her family.

12/28/21 07:49 PM #3    

Marylyn McMillan (Caraway)

This just breaks my heart.  Sue was such a wonderful person, kind and sweet to everyone and a good friend.  Prayers for her family.  May God bless and comfort them with beautiful memories.  

12/29/21 11:59 AM #4    

Barry Currey

Sue was a wonderful person and friend. Always willing to help in any way. I expect that she's with the Angels and reuniting with family and friends who predeceased her.

12/29/21 05:33 PM #5    

Monnie Harris (Harris)

I didn't really know Sue in high school but that changed in our adult years. I had the honor of calling her friend they many years at the church we both attended. Prayers for David and all the family. I'm sure they will miss her greatly!

12/29/21 08:35 PM #6    

Kent Bogle

Sue was such a loving friend with a very dry and quick wit. This news reminds me of the song, "Only the Good Die Young". We are still young, aren't we?

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