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Memorial Park Funeral Home & Cemetery

13313 North Kelley, Oklahoma City, OK

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Suzanne "Grandy" Trimble

21 décembre 193426 juillet 2020

Suzanne Trimble, went to be with the Lord July 26, 2020. Suzanne “Grandy” was born in Middletown, Ohio to George and Beatrice Harvey on December 21, 1934. She graduated from Middletown High School and attended DePauw University and Indiana University where she was a member of Tri Delta Sorority, and earned a Bachelor Degree of Science in Education. She taught school in Hawaii and Carmel, California, and returned home to Middletown Ohio to marry Jimmy Trimble in June of 1959.

She later had a successful career as business owner of “Yesterday’s Lace Shoppe” in Old Town Spring, just north of Houston, Texas.

Active in her church, she taught many Sunday school classes, and bible studies, and served on several church committees. She volunteered for the Red Cross, Mt. Pleasant Nursing Home, Noonday Food Bank, and East Texas Medical Center.

Suzanne is proceeded in death by her son Andy, her husband Jimmy, and her daughter Karen Griffiths. She is survived by her daughter Traci Edwards and her husband Mark, from Arcadia, Oklahoma, and grandchildren Carianne, Brogan, and Caden, son in law Chris Griffiths, from Coppell, Texas, and grandchildren Avery, and Hannah. She is also survived by her sister Saralee Bishop from Middletown, Ohio.

A private Celebration of Life Luncheon will be held with the family to honor her memory on Saturday, August 8th, 2020. In Liew of flowers, memorial donations can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Suzanne "Grandy" Trimble

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Maxine Henriksen

août 5, 2020

Sue was my mahjong teacher and mentor. Her patience while teaching was amazing. We took a Rhine River cruise together and she was the perfect traveling companion. I laugh when I think of us climbing into the rickshaws when we were in port and and laughing like two kids as we were escorted around. She was a shopper and I wasn’t. She could spend countless minutes in a store touching and feeling, but hardly ever buying. I could say so much more about my dear friend. She was kind, caring and bossy. I’ll miss you Sue.

jo purdy

août 5, 2020

Sue was one of my favorite people at the Coppell Senior Center. She was
always such a happy person to be with. My prayers and thoughts are with
her family. Sue was so proud of her family and loved being with them. I
will miss her and love the memories we shared.