A memorial visitation for Susan Kay Transmeier, 62, Lawrence, will be 2-4pm, Monday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.
Ms. Transmeier died Monday, February 24, 2020, at LMH Health.
She was born May 23, 1957, in Lawrence, the daughter of Marvin and JoAnn Johnson Transmeier. She graduated from Lawrence High School and has lived in the Lawrence area most of her life.
Ms. Transmeier worked as an assembly line worker for Kansas Color Press, King Radio, Davol, and Plastikon. She was an animal lover, enjoyed shopping, and waterskiing in her younger years.
She has been with her common law husband John Johnson, since 1991. He survives of the home.
She was preceded in death by her parents, and sister, Sandy Arvizu.
The family suggests memorial contributions to the Lawrence Humane Society, sent in care of the funeral home.
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I went to Lawrence High School with Susie. She was a very thoughtful and kinds person. I will prayer for her family. I am sorry for your loss.
So sorry, to hear of Suzy’s passing. I just got reconnected with her. We are cousins. Remembering childhood reunions at Rita Transmeier’s. My deepest sympathy to her family.
Will miss you on FB Susan, we never did reschedule that lunch date and I will regret that. Enjoyed working with you at Davol, you was always a hoot. RIP Miss Lady.
So sorry to see Susie has passed away. She was so sweet and kind to everyone. May God send comfort and peace to her loved one’s.
So sorry to hear of your passing. Enjoyed working with you at Davol. When you would come into TJMAXX, always having some good gossip about someone. Rest in peace.
Susie was always a ray of light when you came into contact with her. She loved her nieces Shelley and Tonya like they were her own daughters and their children as if they were her grandchildren. She loved her family. She will be dearly missed. Hugs to her family. Rest In Peace Susie.
So sorry to hear of Suzy’s passing. May she be at peace. We had such a great time working with her at Davol, and catching up with her whenever we ran into one another. She was a great lady, and will be dearly missed.
Rest In Peace my friend. So enjoyed seeing you when you came thru Garnett. Lots of great memories from Davol with you. God Bless.
Rest in Peace Susie, she was always fun to be around and fun to work with in our days at Davol
Susie was a great person and will be dearly missed. I always enjoyed talking with her when we bumped into each other usually at Wal-Mart or the random garage sale. Rest in peace Susie.
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