Susan Ann Conway
11 mayo , 1937 – 17 junio , 2021
Susan Ann Conway 84, a beloved Wife, Mother and Grandmother, passed away on June 17, 2021. Born May 11th, 1937 in Madison, Wisconsin, Susan was the first daughter of the late Herman and Virginia (Hoffman) Silbernagel.
Susan is survived by her Son Michael Meyer, Daughter Kari Meyer, Daughter-in Law Durley Meyer, Daughter-in Law Donna Meyer, and Sister- in-Law Mary Silbernagel. Susan is preceded in death by her Son Paul Meyer, Brother Michael Silbernagel, Husband Richard Conway and Ex-Husband Jack Meyer. Susan is also survived by her 5 grandchildren, Monica, Jessica, Mathew, Mason and Lincoln along with many Nephews, Nieces and Cousins. Susan graduated from Beaver Dam High School in Beaver Dam, WI. She attended nursing school in Milwaukee, WI before marrying and starting a family in Janesville, WI. Susan moved to Stuart, FL in 1974 to start Meyer Construction with her Ex-Husband Jack Meyer. She immediately was attracted to the area and enjoyed the outdoor activities, beaches and began her love of boating that would continue for decades. Later in her life she became an avid boater and active board member for Anchor Line Yacht Club in Jensen Beach, FL where she kindled many lifetime friendships.
Susan was a registered Nurse and worked in several different capacities during her career in Health Care. In her later years she became a home health care Nurse assisting the elderly with their daily needs. She was a special woman with a warm loving spirit and caring heart.
Susan was a devoted Wife, Mother and Grandmother who made a lasting impression on everyone she met.
A Memorial Service celebrating her life will be held at Aycock Funeral Home at 3 pm Saturday, June 26th.
In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions on her behalf can be made at the Council on Aging of Martin County, Inc. at the Kane Center in Stuart, FL.
sábado, 26 junio , 2021
Susan Ann Conway
Arturo and Maria Bonilla Puerto
23 junio , 2021
Nana Sue you always be in ours hearts❤️ You will be miss🙏💕María and Arturo
22 junio , 2021
When I was about 9 years old, Sue came to stay with our family for a few days. She was always so classy. I admired her style. At the time she had a "duck tail" hairdo. I tried so hard to make my hair look like hers. My fondest memory of that visit is the day she taught me how to put on nylon stockings, garters and all, without getting runs in the nylons.