Susie Ann Wilson

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Susie Ann Wilson was born to Charles Mitchell Wilson and Mae Fannie (Tucker) Wilson on Wednesday, July 2, 1958, in Columbus, Ohio. Susie graduated from South High School in 1977 and always represented her Bulldogs. She was a loyal friend and had a compassionate, empathetic nature as evidenced in her nurturing love for people.

Throughout her lifetime, Susie worked various jobs, including Honey Baked Ham and Bank One. Her most precious and coveted job was being a dedicated and devoted mother. The one thing that you knew was that Susie loved her children. She took pride in taking her children to all their school functions, sporting events, and helping them as they became parents themselves. Susie was also the community mother, opening her home to multiple children over the years, who she claimed as her own.

Susie was a faithful woman who loved the Lord so much that she was baptized twice, once as a young child, and again, soon after she became a member of Rhema Christian Center. Not only was Susie an active member in the church, but she was also a servant leader in her community. She participated in service projects transcending beyond the city. Susie volunteered at local schools, such as Fifth Avenue Elementary School for International Studies. She assisted the elderly with grocery shopping, household duties, and provided a comforting and listening ear.

Susie was an ultra-competitor, and you would recognize that if you saw her in action. You would feel her wrath and hear her hilarious commentary as she would try to sike you out. Don’t start any music because Susie would attempt to cut a rug anywhere and everywhere, with her no rhythm dancing-self. She was the life of the party! If she was there, you wouldn’t have to ask, because you would see and hear her having the time of her life. Now, if she was at one of her kids’ sporting events, beware and guard your ears, because Susie was the biggest cheerleading parent from the stands! Needless to say, her love and warm energy would inevitably be felt all through the room.

Blessed with sixty-three years of life, our beloved Susie Wilson entered eternal rest on Saturday, August 21, 2021. Susie was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Mae Wilson and her sister, Mary Morrison.

Celebrating her life and legacy are her loving family: daughters, Maleka (Christopher) James and Myshana Wilson; son, Michael Spotts II; stepdaughter, Mandisa (Eddie) Johnson; sister, JoAnn Williams; and brother, David (Jan) Tucker. She also leaves to cherish her memory the loves of her life, her grandchildren, KeMaria Wilson, Kylah Wilson, Amyr Wilson, Kerry Wilson Jr., Robert McCoy Jr., Myles Johnson, Madison Johnson, Milan Johnson, Clevelynn James, and Deyton James; a great-grandchild, Isabella Brannon; as well as a host of nieces and nephews, other relatives, church family, neighborhood (walking) family, school and library family, and loving friends; including special friends, Jacqueline Mitchell, Teresa Vinson, and Lynn Wooden; former husbands, Michael Spotts and Stanley Embry Jr.; and her favorite four-legged pals, Meme and Dallas. Her smile, her humor, and her love for everyone will be deeply missed by all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Walkthrough Viewing 9:00am – 10:00am followed by a Private Visitation at 10:00am and Private Funeral at 11:00am Saturday, September 4, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd). Mask and Social Distancing are required.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Calvin R. (Valerie) Thomas Jr. and family

    Sending our deepest sympathy to the Emery-Wilson families. We the Thomas family knew her for many years and were her neighbors in Framingham. We love her like family. She was always a source of help and humor. God bless you and keep you during this time of grief.

  2. Judy Hill - Shavers

    To Myshauna, MJ, Malika and Mandisa
    May God continue to strengthen you and comfort you during this difficult time. Always know that you are in my prayers. Growing up with your mom and remembering when each one of you were born touches my heart at this time. Much Love , Cousin Judy

  3. Thomas & Ramona Holmes

    The one who knows the name of each star, the needs of every sparrow, the hairs on your head…has your cares on his heart. Trust God with your heart and your grief. We are praying for your family! May God Bless you all! You have our deepest condolences ♥️
    Thomas & Ramona Holmes

  4. To Susie’s family, May God’s angels surround you.

    Susie’s neighbors in Yorkshire loved her for her walks around to check on everyone and for her fun talks from the front porch. And she even took some to get groceries. She will be missed.

    Love,
    Janet Howie

  5. I did not know Susie, but I know Maleka, who is compassionate, passionate, wise, and encouraging. Maleka did not come by these qualities by accident, and I believe these were values instilled in by Susie. May you each find comfort in each others’ presence, feed courage into one another and find love in Susie’s memory.

    With Lovingkindness,

    Marie Vera

  6. Klaus / Marianne HASSEL

    We will miss our great friend from south of the border…many happy hours chatting on Facebook Messenger…never had the opertunity to meet again in person ..after our first meet in Ft Lauderdale after our cruise…may she rest in peace…our thought are with her and her famuly

  7. I offer my heartfelt condolences to Myshana, MJ, Maleka and Susie’s entire family. May Susie’s soul be at peace with our Heavenly Father. I pray for peace and comfort for the family at this difficult time. Susie will be deeply missed.

  8. Jasmine & Randall

    We will miss your presence in our lives. Your jokes, your cooking, your stories will forever be embedded in our memories. We will always love you and we miss you so much. May you be at peace in the arms of the lord. My heart goes out to your children, grandchildren, and family.
    Love you Ms. Susie

  9. In loving memory of our wonderful friend Susie. She is greatly loved by all whose path she crossed and will be missed immensely. May God continue to bless and keep your family protected during not only this difficult time but always. To God be the Glory for allowing you to touch not only our lives but all of the many lives that you encountered.

    We love you,

  10. Barbara Summers - former kindergarten teacher at Fifth Avenue.

    Words cannot express how sad I was to hear of Susie’s passing. My deepest condolences to your family. A mother is always with us. First during her lifetime,
    and then forever in our hearts. Praying for your family.

  11. My love and prayers are with Stan and all the family at this time. Susie was a vital part of our Fifth Avenue family and will be remembered as an always smiling, most helpful and happy woman who gave herself selflessly always! Much love and peace to all of you!!!

  12. Your mom was one of the kindest and nicest person towards me and Myesha I am so sorry for your loss love Darla Reed

  13. Love and miss you Auntie!

  14. Ron and Carol Lawrence

    Our heartfelt condolences go out to all of Susie’s family. We will miss our conversations on FaceTime and all the humor and laughter she brought to us. Susie was a wonderful and caring person and we are so thankful she came into our lives. She will be missed.

  15. Paulette Austin Felker - Fifth Avenue Teacher

    So sad to hear of Susie’s passing. I will never forget how much she made me laugh on our trip to Denmark. She seemed to always be the life of the party. My deepest condolences to all who loved her.

  16. Susie was more than a friend, she was family. We bonded over our love for GOD, our children, grandchildren, and our fur babies. We became fast friends when we discovered we drove the same car and color. We wore the same shoes, clarks! and graduated from the same High School, same year! Susie was sweet and simple, she was unapologetic, either you got her take on life, or you didn’t. She was sincere and sympathetic and sunny. She was an instrument of GOD, never ending a conversation without telling you how good he is to her and her family. Lastly, Susie was empathic, able to encourage you to get over your own difficult times. I will miss this fantastic, funny and formidable woman and devoted mother. Her presence will be missed, her spirit lives on! Love to Mike, Marshanna and Maliki, and the rest of Susie’s family!

  17. To my Susie Q I went to Milford high school with Susie my fondest memories of her was when we would leave school to go across the street and get Susie cues cupcakes she was always full of life full of joy she was a character my last conversation with her was Susie do you mind that I still call you Susie Q I said that is always what I will remember you as is Susie Q and are sneaking away from Mifflin high school to go get cupcakes rest in peace my friend rest in peace

  18. My condolence to the family of David Tuck.

  19. To the family of Susie A. Wilson, sincere sympathy
    “Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart”.
    I will miss the friendship Susie and I shared over the years. May her soul rest in peace.

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