Mary “Suzanne” Vengris

September 1943  -  November 2018

About the Service

Per Suzanne’s wishes, no services will be held.

Mary “Suzanne” Vengris, age 75 of Ceres, CA, passed away on Monday, November 12, 2018 at Memorial Medical Center in Modesto.  She was born on September 27, 1943 in Detroit, MI to Joseph and Dolores Wozniak.  She married Thomas Vengris and they moved to Modesto, CA in the early 1970’s.

Suzanne is survived by her three children Dwayne Vengris, Dennis Moody, and Dawn Vengris; and five grandchildren Katie, Michael, Ryan, Melissa, and Bubba.  She is preceded in death by her husband Thomas Vengris, daughter Debra Moody, and two grandchildren.

Per Suzanne’s wishes, no services will be held. She will be laid to rest with her husband at the San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery in Santa Nella, CA.

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Remembrances

  1. I love you so much grandma and wee Will all miss you you are so special to me and all the people who have been in your life you are like my second mom thank you so much for always being there for me to talk to tell Meagan and Cassie I love and miss them too also Dillon said he loves you too oh and if you can find my boyfriend James busslet please tell him I love him so much see you soon in heaven we all will one day not sure when but soon. RIP Grandma Sue.xoxoxo

  2. Mom I love you so much I don’t know what to do with out you I am lost I hope it gets better with out you I hope you gave Meagan a kiss for me mom I will always miss you and love you you were always there for me right or wrong just like a mom should be you were the best mom ever I love you mom

  3. Aunt Sue, thank you for all the times you put a roof over my head and you loved me and Kyle unconditionally. The world truly lost a beautiful soul.Kyle and I are sending are love to Duane, Dennis and Dawn who are left hear without you to grieve, say hi toy Momma and Leo up in heaven, see you again in heaven when my walk here is done. You will be missed and thought of often.

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