Suzanne Dierks

Suzanne (Sue) Moore Dierks, age 74, passed away on December 3, 2016. Funeral services will be at St. Ann Church, 7231 Mission Rd. Prairie Village, KS on Monday, December 12, 2016 at 10:00 am. A Visitation will be held at the church on Sunday, December 11, 2016 from 5:00 -7:00 with the rosary being prayed at 5:00. Burial will be at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at a later time.

Sue was born in Des Moines, IA on August 9, 1942 to W. Earl Moore and Helen L. Moore. She graduated from Ankeny High School and attended the University of Colorado. Sue met her husband Bernard Dierks in San Francisco. In 1967, they moved to Prairie Village.

She was a member of St. Ann Church, Delta Delta Delta, Junior League of Kansas City Missouri, Ladies of Charity, St. Ann’s Women’s Club, Rockhurst High School Mothers’ Club and Rockhurst University Library Guild. She enjoyed traveling with her husband, reading, cooking and collecting cookbooks, but most importantly she treasured spending time with her family.

She was preceded in death by her father, mother and her brother, Michael Moore. Sue is survived by her husband Bernard Dierks of the home, sons Christopher Dierks (Angie) of Leawood, Kansas and Michael Dierks of Overland Park, daughter Angela Dierks (Chris Brown) of North Yarmouth, ME, and grandchildren Finn, Allie, Emily, Theo and Connor. Memorials may be made to St. Ann Church, 7231 Mission Road, Prairie Village, KS. Assistance by Funeral Advocates, LLC.


4 Comments

  1. Sherri Bryant

    I am so sorry for the loss of your family member. May you find comfort in Gods promise of endless perfect life on a future paradise earth. Psalm 37: 10,11,29

  2. Deborah Scherzinger

    So very sorry to hear about dear Sue. She was a special lady who loved her family so much & gave her time to others. She will be missed. Love, Debbie

  3. Lori Wilber Nastav

    My heart is so heavy. Sue was a lovely and kind person. She always wrote the most beautiful notes. She and her husband were a loving couple and it was a blessing to have known her. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family with much love, Lori

  4. Rosie Maas Schmidt

    Suzanne was married to my cousin Bernard (who is related to my late maternal grandmother, Anne McKeever Ferguson), but I did not know her very well. Then one day, last St. Patrick Day, I met Sue at a family party and had a long visit with her and Bernard. I finally got to know her a little bit that day and am so glad I did. I instantly liked her and feel blessed I was able to spend this short time with her and Bernard. My heart goes out to him and their kids and grandkids who will miss her sorely.