Wanda M. "Billie" Sutter
July 20, 2017

Wanda M. "Billie" Sutter


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Graveside Service
Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens
4464 Old Port Isabel Road
Brownsville, TX  78526
Saturday, July 22, 2017
10:00 a.m.
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4464 Old Port Isabel Rd.
Brownsville, TX  78526
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Wanda M. Sutter, 90, of Brownsville, Texas, entered into eternal rest at Valley Regional Medical Center on Thursday, July 20, 2017.

Billie, as she was affectionately known to all, was a longtime resident of Brownsville. Billie grew up in the Valley, and after WW II, she married Jack N. Sutter, a prominent member of the community. Billie was a loving and devoted wife and friend to many. Billie was deeply loved and will be profoundly missed not only by her family and friends but by all those fortunate enough to have known her.

Billie is preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Virginia Bennett, a brother, Clarence “Sonny” Knight, a nephew, James A. Bennett Jr., and a niece, Barbara A. Newberry.

Left to cherish her memory is her loving husband of 70 years, Jack N. Sutter and numerous extended family members and friends.

A graveside service is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 22, 2017, at Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens.

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  1. Mark A Knight
    Portland, OR

    Aunt Billie, I will always remember the rodeo with you and Jack. You are in heaven.

  2. Terri
    Dallas, TX

    So very sad to hear about Billie Sutter passing and prayers from my heart go to Jack Sutter. My parents Mr and Mrs Joe and Cuca Ramirez were very Blessed to have them in their life's all these years and even though we were young children at the time I will always remember how good Mr and Mrs Sutter treated us and we're always there to make our Holidays Special with their caring hearts. They will always be two very Special people in my life.

  3. Sharron Guzman
    Mission, TX

    Aunt Billie, You were my grandma and mom all rolled up in one! I will always remember your happy laugh and our good times together. We will dearly miss you!!!
    Love you, "mucho, mucho"❤️❤️❤️

  4. Sharron Guzman
    Mission, TX

    Aunt Billie, You were my grandma and mom all rolled up in one! I will always remember your happy laugh and our good times together. We will dearly miss you!!!
    Love you, "mucho, mucho"❤️❤️❤️

  5. Lizette Tandy
    Georgetown, TX

    What a wonderful person and friend Mrs. Sutter was. Many of our "country" neighbors enjoyed visiting with she and Mr. Sutter. We will miss you.

  6. David Knight
    Bennington, OK

    Aunt Billie you were my second mother. I will miss you.

  7. Tom and Becky McLendon
    Crockett, TX

    Jack and all of Billie's lovely family: we are certainly going to miss "Billie". I (Becky)grew up with Jack and Billie as part of our family in Brownsville. She called my grandmother ("Mickie" White her "nuther muther") and my mother (Elizabeth White and she were like sisters. Why they even looked alike. Godspeed dear Billie. Save a place at the banquet for us.

  8. Christy Ortega
    Brownsville, TX

    Mr.Sutter, I am deeply saddened by the news of Billie's passing.I had not known until today's newspaper.I have so many great childhood memories with the both of you Mr.Sutter. We have you in our prayers! Our deepest condolences, Luis Roman & Delia Ramirez-Ortega and families

  9. Christy Ortega
    Brownsville, TX

    Mr.Sutter, I am deeply saddened by the news of Billie's passing.I had not known until today's newspaper.I have so many great childhood memories with the both of you Mr.Sutter. We have you in our prayers! Our deepest condolences, Luis Roman & Delia Ramirez-Ortega and families

  10. Bruce Bennett
    Kyle, TX

    We're going to miss you Aunt Billie

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