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1 lives in Illinois
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2 live in Louisiana
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53 location unknown

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Sad to announce:

Susan Wrobleski Kuehner, 66, of Little Rock passed away in the early evening of July 4, 2024 under Hospice Home Care after a courageous three-year fight with cancer.

She is preceded in death by her parents Charles and Beverly Wrobleski, her brother David Wrobleski, her sister Janet Wrobleski.

She grew up in North Little Rock with loving parents and 6 siblings. As a child she was encouraged to be active in the Catholic community; she made many long-lasting friendships while attending St Patrick’s Catholic School and Mount St Mary’s. Susan enjoyed sports, cheerleading, and was honored to be the 1976 Catholic High School Homecoming Queen.  After obtaining her degree in Gerontology from University of Arkansas at Little Rock, she built a successful career in the field of Aging. She worked for various local agencies, nursing homes, and UAMS. She could be described as a genuine steadfast friend and would help anyone out in need almost to a fault. She would never miss an opportunity to “cut up” or accept a dare. She absolutely loved full moons, water sports, grilling out, being at the lake or beach, or just going out with friends to hear local bands.

Her son Stephen was her pride and heart. During her last days, he stayed right by her side. Susan is also survived by her brother Mike Wrobleski (Nancy); sister Karen McSwain; brother Brian Wrobleski (Faye); sister Sharon Fisher (Lamar); and many beloved nieces and nephews.

A Special thank you to the staff at UAMS and Hospice Home Care of Little Rock for taking such good care Susan during her final weeks.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.