Ana Sue “Sudie” Hooter

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Ana Sue “Sudie” Hooter, 70, left earth for her eternal home on Sunday, March 30, 2014. Throughout the last months of her life, she endured multiple medical challenges. In the end, she won, for she is eternally healed.
She was born July 2, 1943 in LaSalle Parish to the union of her parents, Ana BrazaDee Reeves Hooter and Howard Lester Hooter. Sudie loved Jesus and celebrated her Spiritual birthday yearly beginning on October
12, 1986, when she accepted Christ as her Savior and was  baptized. She lived life to the fullest, a life that touched so many. Services were held at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 5, at the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home in West Monroe with  Joe Hooter officiating. Interment followed in the Wilbanks Cemetery near Summerville under direction of Mulhearn Funeral Home of West Monroe. When Sudie reached Heaven on March 30, she was met by her parents; brothers, Duane Hooter, Fred Hooter, and Jack Hooter; sister, Jean Thompson; and longtime forever friend, Nina Hay. Survivors include her sisters, Doris Bradley, Jan Hardwell and husband Jonie, and Camille Hatch; cousin, Linda Collins Gard; and forever friend, Toni Stanford.  She also leaves her love and legacy to numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews who she loved as her own. She had a special way of making each one feel that they were the most important. Pallbearers were Charles Noble Hatch, III, Phillip Bradley, Scott Hooter, Howard Thompson, Buddy Frost, and Barry Humble. The family request memorials be made to the charity of your choice: Shreveport Bossier Rescue Mission, Shreveport Bossier Community Renewal, Louisiana Sheriff’s Honorary Membership Program, CASA, or the ASPCA  
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