OBITUARIO

Sue Grant

13 junio , 194022 diciembre , 2020

Sue Grant nació el 13 de junio de 1940 y falleció el 22 de diciembre de 2020 y está bajo el cuidado de Glen Abbey Memorial Park and Mortuary.

Graveside Service tendrá lugar el 14 de enero de 2021 a las 2:00 pm en Glen Abbey Memorial Park, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, California.

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Angelina & Steve Hendricks

14 enero , 2021

Unfortunately, the live stream is not working. We have enjoyed having Sue as a neighbor. She cared deeply about the neighborhood. Christmas was a fun time of year and we especially enjoyed her incredible fudge. She will be missed. Our deepest sympathies to her family.

Paty Rump

14 enero , 2021

Sue's tireless hours working on the CMN Golf Charity Event will always be treasured and appreciated. There was so much to be done before the Big Day. We had 'Sample Sales' to raise money for the event and guess who was in charge of pricing?! Well Sue, of course. She made sure every label was correct and you better not mess with her prices, "It's for the Kids!". Then there was the Goodie Bag Stuffing Day.... Guess who kept us in line, literally. After retiring, she came to the meetings and helped do whatever needed to be done. She always shared a hug and a smile.
Sue will be missed, but never forgotten. Rest in peace friend.

Stephanie Gonzalez

14 enero , 2021

I was saddened to hear the passing of Sue.  Especially during the holidays as I remember she loved Christmas. Sue was always so kind to me and personable and always took the time to ask about my family. I loved her big heart under that strong personality. May she rest in peace. God's Blessings to her family.  

Stephani Price

14 enero , 2021

So sorry to hear about Sue....she was such a great person. Cherish the happy memories.

Prayers sent to the family

Jeanne COLLIER

12 enero , 2021

Sister Sue... we were not ready to have you leave us. We loved you these past 40 years. You were our link to Ralph. Thank you for loving us.
Jeanne and Ray

Irene McGlone

12 enero , 2021

Thoughts and prayers to Sue's family... What a pleasure to have known her... What a Gal...

Anita Krahn

11 enero , 2021

I am a former Costco employee who worked with and have known Sue since 1986. Ultimately prior to our retirement Sue and I worked in the same department at the SD Buying office on Morena Blvd. We shared many of the same friends and co-workers over the years and there are so many memories too many to mention. Sue was bigger than life and anyone who knew her knew her to be a huge personality. My deepest sympathies and condolences to Sue’s family. We are all saddened at the loss of Sue. She will not be forgotten and will forever be in our memories.

Anita Krahn

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Biografía

As many of know, my Mother was quite a special person. She was compassionate and generous. At the same time she was very strong and determined. My Mother had so many special qualities, as her friends, I'm sure you all know. There are some people in this world that are here, and when they leave, there is no difference. My Mother was not one of those people. She made this world a better place; she is going to be truly missed by so many people.

Sue Grant was born on July 13, 1940. Her parents were George and Helen Odom. When she was four years old, they moved here to San Diego. My Mother went to Chula Vista High School and graduated in 1958. By the time 1962 came around she had two children, Ronnie and myself, and was divorcing my Father. I can remember when she worked two jobs. At night she was a cocktail waitress and in the day she worked at FedMart. I can remember as a little girl, when I was sick and didn't go to school, she would take me to work with her. She worked in the vault at FedMart on Main St. The store would still be closed and she would let me go down the toy isle and get a toy to play with while she worked. It must have been very difficult for her, being a single Mon with two children. Even so, she was a strong willed woman, and gave my Brother and me an excellent childhood. I have so many good memories growing up. She had "old school" morals and did everything the right way. Even though she didn’t always go with us, she made sure my brother and I went to church when we were young. The holidays were always a big event, and my mom was an excellent cook. She wasn’t the sit around the house type of mom, we were always doing things. I think we’ve seen almost every major state park in all 50 states.

She stayed on with FedMart, then to Price Club, then to Costco where after 30 years she retired. She enjoyed working for Costco. That’s where she met her third husband, Ralph Grant. He was the love her life. In 1981 Ralph and her married. They were married on an excursion ship in San Diego Bay. That was the happiest I’d ever seen her. They lived in LA for a while then moved back to San Diego where they eventually bought a home in Ranch Pennasquitos . In 1985 Ralph passed away. She was very close to his family. Her family and friends meant so much to her.

Anyone that knew my Mom knew that she had a hugh passion for football. Her and my Grandparent had season ticket s to the Chargers. She watched football religiously on TV. It didn’t matter if it was on TV, if she was alone or with friends. She was very vocal. Many times on Sundays, I would pull up to her house, the garage door would be open, and getting out of the car I could hear he shouting, “Get him, Son of a Bitch!” She loved her football.

My Mother was a big animal lover. When I was growing up, we lived in Bonita. I had three horses; we had four dogs, three cats, a barn owl, a goat, pigeons, and chickens. Actually the number of dogs would change. People always seemed to abandon dogs in Bonita. If a stray dog came around our house she would never chase it away. She would feed it and give it water. Some we kept, some she would take to the Humane Society to be adopted. When she was a little girl she had three pet skunks. She loved her animals. Her last two dogs, even though Ralph had passed away some time ago, helped her get through life after Ralph. Her animals and her friends. That is what meant the most to her, that is what helped her through this life.

Lastly, we all know, she loved to gamble. It was one of her favorite pastimes. There is so much more. She had so many close friends. I encourage all of you to add to this story. As her friends, there is nothing more I can tell you don’t already know. She was my Rock. She lived to be 80 years old. I will miss her more than she could ever know.