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Mary Lou LaSuer

August 22, 1936 — December 21, 2023


Mary Lou LaSuer, known to most simply as Mary, passed away on December 21, 2023 at Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital. She was born on August 22, 1936 in Warsaw to her loving parents, Lloyd & Bertha Blanche Evans Fitton , along with step mother Hazel Fitton.

Mary led a SELFLESS life as a homemaker putting her family before all.  During her younger years, she worked as a telephone operator. Later on, she became an integral part of the family business, LaSuer Industries. However, above all else, Mary cherished her role as a devoted wife and mother.

In her free time, Mary found joy in engaging activities such as crosswords , word searches and sudoku. Additionally, she had great memories of traveling with her family, had a passion for reading and was very engaged in her disappointment for the direction America is headed, hoping America will be Great Again!

Mary was surrounded by family throughout her life. Her sister Helen was her best friend, and she adored her husband Robert Wayne.  She is survived by her daughter, Pamela Bennetts of Henderson, NV; her son, Rob LaSuer of Claypool, IN and her granddaughter, Erin Briseno of Milford, and her niece, Beverly Davidson of Fort Wayne, IN.  Furthermore, she leaves behind five great-grandchildren whom she loved dearly.

Mary was married to Robert Wayne LaSuer on September 3, 1965. Robert preceded her in passing as did her parents and two siblings.

Titus Funeral Home of Warsaw, IN is entrusted with care of Mary and the family;  the family is grieving privately. No services will be held.

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