December 31st, 1975 - October 13th, 2019
Tricia Lynn Suttmiller, age 43 of Monroe, passed away at home on Sunday, October 13, 2019. Tricia was born in Ironton, Ohio on December 31, 1975 to Charles E. and Rhonda J. (McKnight) Meadows. She was a hard worker, enjoyed interior decorating, landscaping, gardening, and traveling with her husband. She would volunteer for anything that needed to be done at work.
Tricia is survived by her husband of four years, Jody Suttmiller; her parents, Charles E. and Rhonda J. Meadows; her brother, Jeremy Meadows; her parents-in-law, Ben and Shirley Suttmiller; her nieces, Makenzie Boggs and Rileigh Clemens; and numerous other family members and friends. Tricia was preceded in death by her sister, Kerri Boggs; her grandparents, Gene McKnight and Norma Fulkerson, James and JoAnn Meadows.
Visitation will be held on Monday, October 21, 2019 from 11:00 AM until time of service at 1:00 PM with Pastor Cecil Day officiating at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home 330 Pershing Ave. Hamilton, OH 45011. Memorial contributions can be made to the charity of your choice.
|My deepest sympathies to Jody and the entire family. I admired Tricia’s work ethic and her devotion to her nieces was immeasurable. She will live in their hearts forever. She is loved and will be missed.|
|Tricia will truly be missed. Always willing to take on anything and really give it her all. She will be missed.|
|My sympathy to family and friends, a lot of strength during this difficult period.|
|My deepest condolences to everyone ? Trish was the light of alot of people's lives she made it beautiful she touch my heart many years ago prayers to her husband and her parents love you my sweet friend|
|Our deepest sympathy to family and friends. Tricia always assisted our Shepherd Melbourne office over many years. Sending all our love during this difficult time to everyone|
|Tricia and I worked together frequently over the past 3 years (I support some software she used for her job at Shepherd Color). I will miss her greatly and am so sorry to hear of her passing. Sending my condolences to her family.|
|Tricia was always a sweet soul. She had a laughter and spirit that will live on forever. My sincerest condolences for her family and for all her treasured friends.|
|My condolences to her family and all of her friends. I worked closely with Tricia for almost 5 years and she was such a wonderful person. She was always kind to everyone around her and she loved everyone like family. Tricia will be truly missed.|
|Deepest sympathies to all who loved and knew Tricia! When I first moved to OH, I reached out to coworkers requesting their favorite OH recipes as an introduction and Tricia shared her sausage and potato recipe. She had a kind heart and was always friendly. She'll be greatly missed!|
|I am so very sorry. My heartfelt condolences to everyone. It is so hard to lose someone so young. I pray for strength to the family to get through this. I know Tricia through her membership in SCHC - she was a loyal member since 2007 and I will truly miss her friendly face at our meetings. Words cannot express my sorrow.|
|My deepest condolences to the Suttmiller & Meadows Family. May she Rest In Peace. God bless.|
|Tricia was a wonderful person, friend, and co-worker. We will truly miss her. Our heart goes out to all who knew and loved her.|
|Tricia was a beautiful presence at Shepherd Color. A friend to all, a mentor to her younger teammates, and a super-volunteer for all company events, she will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed.|