Suzanne Elizabeth Howard

Suzanne Elizabeth Howard, 71, a resident of Manvel, TX formerly of Seabrook, TX, passed away January 15, 2024, in Webster, TX. She was born August 20, 1952, in Saratoga Springs, NY.

She is preceded in death by the love of her life, Roger Montgomery, parents, Ronald and Beverly Coleman; and brother, Ronald Coleman and granddaughter, Jenna Knapper.

Suzanne left behind her sons: Joseph Denis, wife Catherine Spaneas, David Howard, wife Heather, Jordan Knapper and Foster Montgomery, wife Mary, sister-in-law, Diane Coleman; grandchildren: Madison Knapper, and Logan Knapper, Caleb Morgan, wife Ivy, and Jacob Morgan, wife Amiee and two great granddaughters Sawyer Morgan and Sage Morgan who is on the way.

Sue also leaves behind numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. She was a proud member of the Cloyd Clan; you know who you are!

Sue was an amazing cook, and she was happiest when she was in her kitchen or at a family gathering; her Macaroni and Cheese was famous.  Sue’s infectious laugh made her the center of the party. She loved the Lord with all her heart and her family is comforted knowing that Sue is having fun at her party in Heaven.

There will be a memorial service Saturday, February 10, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. at Taylor Lake Christian Church,1730 Old Kirby Rd, Seabrook, TX 77586.

In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to Taylor Lake Christian Church, 1730 Old Kirby Rd, Seabrook, TX 77586 or Grace Episcopal, 200 W. Lang St. Alvin, TX 77511, to their “Food Pantry”.


  1. While we miss her already, we are happy she is at peace and no longer suffering. Indeed she was an excellent cook! We enjoyed many great dishes she created. It was so good to be with her at Jacob and Aimee’s wedding and at Taylor Lake Christian Church. We loved to hear her laughter. It made us laugh also.

    Our sympathies to her sons and their families,

    Bill and Vicky Cloyd
  2. Love, thoughts, and prayers to all of Sue’s loved ones. We loved how she always found joy and laughter in everyday moments. God’s peace and guidance…

    Stephen and Augusta Cloyd
  3. She was soo sweet. She let people visit and stay at her home if they had no where to go. She was hilarious and I loved her laugh. She always made me smile every time I came to visit. I always cherished each visit and still do. She was an incredible and wonderful woman. Every time I came over, she always had a smile and laughed. Always welcomed me into her home. We cooked together a couple of times when I came over. She was the life of the party and she loved coming to the bar sometimes where she would watch everyone play pool and visit with everyone. From the beginning since we met, she just told me to call her “mama Sue”. What a great and beautiful woman. I loved her and still do. I miss her. I wish I could have gone to visit her before she passed away. She will always be mama Sue to me. I miss her smile, laugh, cooking, jokes, hugs and her heart. A true light in the world. She was always positive. Until we meet again mama Sue. My prayers go to all her family and friends. My deepest condolences.

    Farren Friedell/Donaldson

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