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Sue VonFeldt Obituary – Topeka Capital-Journal

Sue Von Feldt

Martha Sue VonFeldt, age 78, Topeka, died on Friday, January 27, 2023 at the Midland Hospice House.

She was born on August 7, 1944 in Claflin, Kansas to Joseph and Georgia Patzner.

She attended elementary school in Claflin, Kansas and graduated from Claflin Rural High School in 1961.

She married Karl VonFeldt, Victoria, KS, on May 29, 1961 at St. Fidelis Basilica, formally known as St. Fidelis Church, commonly known as Cathedral of the Plains, in Victoria, Kansas. Together, they raised three children of whom she was fiercely proud.

Sue was a retiree of the Santa Fe Railroad. She began her career as an accounting clerk in 1970 and worked her way through the beginning of her career to become one of the first female managers in the accounting department. She retired in 1999.

Subsequently, she served for many years as both office and committee secretary for the Kansas State Legislature, developing deep friendships with many of her colleagues.

When she was a young mother, Sue volunteered to be the mother of a Boy Scout den. Subsequently, she served as an officer in both the National Association of Railway Business Women and the Santa Fe & BNSF Retirees Club. She also organized several women-only investment clubs.

She and Karl were longtime parishioners of St. Aloysius Church in Meriden. He loved a good puzzle about her, cheered on the KU Jayhawks, shared the successes and adventures of her three children, and the joy she received from each of her six grandchildren.

Survivors include three children: Rick of San Diego, Doug and wife Alyson of Lawrence, and Jeff and wife Cindy of Baldwin City. She is grandmother of Jacob, Sophia (Horner), Meredith and Aidan, children of Doug and Alyson; Haley (Cunningham) and Megan (Jacobus), children of Jeff and Cindy; and two great-grandchildren, Joey Cunningham and Judah Jacobus. She was preceded in her death by her parents, two sisters, Ann Dreiling and Dorothy Carver, and a brother, Joe Patzner, Jr.

A celebration of life will be held on Friday, February 3 at 11am at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Meriden. Interment for both her and Karl will be at St. Fidelis Cemetery, Victoria, Kansas, at 11:00 am the following day. Friends are encouraged to offer support at her memorial site at barnettfamilyfh.com

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 615 E Wyandotte St, Meriden, KS 66512, or Midland Hospice House, 120 SW Frazier Circle, Topeka, KS 66606, or online at https://midlandcare . org/support-us/donate-online.

Published online January 31, 2023

Published in Topeka Capital Journal

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