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Glenda Sue Strban

Glenda Sue Strban obit fixed 2Glenda Sue Strban, age 64, of Crockett, passed away Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at her home. Sue was born October 5, 1956 in Crockett to parents, L. C. Bennett and Carrie Lea Minter Bennett. She was a hairdresser at A Touch of Class for over 30 years.

Sue is survived by husband of 47 years, Steve E. Strban of Crockett; son, Steve Lynn Strban and wife, Christina of Crockett; daughter, Kimberly Duhon and husband, Randy of Grapeland; grandchildren, Marley Duhon of Grapeland, Daniel Sandefer and wife, Lauren of New Caney, Trendell McWhirter and wife, Jocelyn of Crockett, Gage McWhirter of Crockett; great-grandchildren, Annilynn Sandefer, Bella Sandefer, Maddie Jo Sandefer; brothers, Kenneth Bennett and wife, Carla of Slidell, LA, Larry Bennett and wife, Myra of Crockett; nephew, Chris Bennett and wife, Carrie of Crockett, Kevin Bennett and wife, Julie of Bossier City, LA; niece, Lauren Faust of Slidell, LA; sister-in-law, Linda Bullock and husband, Rodney of Crockett; niece, Michelle Bullock and husband, Harry of Katy; nephew, Rodney Bullock Jr and wife, Lindsey of Baytown; best friend, Nancy Stowe and husband, Johnny of Crockett; numerous other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by parents, L. C. and Carrie Bennett; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Steve and Dorothye Ann Strban.

Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, February 6, 2021 in the Weches Cemetery, Bro. Randy Shipman officiating. Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday evening at the Callaway-Allee Funeral Home.

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  1. Sue will be missed. We always enjoyed our visits with her and hearing her perspective. She had a wonderful sense of humor and kept us laughing with her tales of life in Crockett. She was an amazing woman and we love her very much.

  2. Rest In Peace ole friend Yiu were the best Yiu will be missed. Prayers for your lovely family❤️🙏🏻

  3. I will certainly miss my life long friend. Susie as I always called her was a friend as long as I can remember. Our birthdays being only a week apart. Living about three blocks from each other for many years. Riding bicycles through the rain puddles on West Bell near the railroad tracks. Going to school together until she married the love of her life Steve. Growing up with the changes that come with that we didn’t spend much time together. Then one day she called me. She ask me to be her model for her beautician state board exam. She passed the test and has been cutting my hair for over 30 years!! Until she didn’t feel well enough to. Each appointment was like a girls get together. We would share updates about or families. Praying for all her family. Nita Reed

  4. I have many many fond memories of Susie, Larry and Kenneth from when I was growing up. I share your sadness as you remember Susie and I send you my heartfelt prayers for comfort. With much love and sympathy, Bertha

  5. I remember waiting for you at the bus stop to get off the bus to finally play with me while I stated at your house. I know ours moms are holding your hands and are by your side. I know you will be truly missed by all. My Prayers are with all your family and friends,
    Love and sympathy to all. Amy

  6. Our hearts are saddened by your loss. Our love, thoughts and prayers will be with you and your families.

  7. I remember Sue from school, she was so funny and always had us laughing. She was so kind and generous to me. I will remember her with a smile.

  8. I am sorry for your loss. Sending prayers your way.

  9. I am so very sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. I dearly loved her sense of humor. Kim, Marley, and family, I’m praying for your comfort in knowing “Mama Sue” is no longer in pain and that you find comfort in remembering all the good times and memories you shared. Love you💕🙏🏻

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