Susan Annette Kohari, age 69, born September 28, 1950  passed away, January 2, 2020.

A native of Seagrove, North Carolina.  She was the daughter of the late Luther and Mary-Alice Garner.

Susan was an exceptionally gifted lady, with talents and hobbies ranging from needle point, tending to her garden, painting, and singing.  Her early career as a chef led her to meet her beloved husband, Laszlo Kohari. The two worked side by side for several years, falling in love and started a family.  She completed the Practical Nursing Program in 2001 from Montgomery Community College as an LPN; and continued passionately caring for her patients until she retired in 2011.

Her pride and joy were her daughters and her grandchildren.  Maria Annette Kohari, Mary-Alice Ilona Kohari, and Katarina Kara Kohari, grandson, David Brian Cox and granddaughter, Veronica Ann Cox.

Susan is loved by so many friends and family and her remarkable spirit and memory will live on through each of our hearts.

“Fly free and happy beyond birthdays and across forever, and we’ll meet now and then when we wish, in the midst of the one celebration that never can end.”

“I will feel no danger for I’m never alone nor forsaken.  With faith I shall look up and see a bridge.”

Memorials may be made to Arron Glover, 471 Emma Lane Robbins, NC  27325

Kennedy Funeral Home is honored to serve the Kohari family.

Condolences on line at pinesfunerals.com

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  1. Mr. Kohari, Maria, Ilona, Katarina, Kim And I are grieved at your loss of Mrs. Kohari. Always a sweet and gentle soul. She was so kind to me and supportive while I was at Westmoore. You are a special family. She is so proud of you all. May God cradle you all in His loving arms in your grief and in the days to come. God bless you. We love you. Bruce and Kim Williams

    • Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Williams. We love y’all as well. Mama loved you, and was so proud to have you as our principal for so many years.

  2. Tammy Tysinger
    January 7 2020
    You had Such a beautiful sweet kind mom who will be missed. Her sweetest will live on in you girls. Cherish all your beautiful sweet memories with your mom. Sending prayers, love and hugs to you all.
    Love Tammy Tysinger

  3. I also went to nursing school with Susan. She was always smiling and bragging about her beautiful family. Prayers for comfort during this time of sorrow.

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