Suzanne Lee Zigler
June 16, 1965 – January 9, 2019
On Wednesday, January 9, 2019, Suzanne Lee Zigler—loving wife, proud mother, devoted sister and friend—passed away suddenly at the age of 53 years in Atlanta, GA. Though her spirit lives on, Suzanne, daughter-in-law of Jim and Marylou Zigler and godmother to Megan Michon and Joseph Prizlow will forever be remembered by the love of her life and husband, Steve, their son Aidan (Zee), her twin sister Amy Prizlow, siblings Lisa DeClaire, Eric Bartholomew and Jody Michon, sister-in-law Deborah and countless other friends and family. As co-owner and creative genius behind Circus Hair Studio and passionate Aerialist, Suzanne was a soaring example of beauty, grace, inspiration and perseverance who captured the hearts and nurtured the souls of many. In honor of Suzanne, and the extraordinary impact she had on those who crossed her path, the family will be hosting a “Celebration of Life” on Sunday, January 20, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at The Foundry at Puritan Mill 916 Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard, NW Atlanta, GA 30318. Please “come as you are” and bring on the love. In lieu of flowers, the family has set up a private fund to help with Zee’s higher education. Donations can be sent via PayPal to email@example.com. We look forward to sharing stories, tears, hugs and laughs as we bid adieu and allow Suzanne to draw her final curtain.
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Suzanne Lee Zigler
January 14, 2019
Suzanne cut my hair for 7 years when I lived in Atlanta in the early 2000s. She was a genuine, generous, and loving person who shared her life and heart with others. She did my hair and makeup for my wedding. I wanted her to be included in my big day. Even though I haven’t seen her in over a decade, I think of her often and cherish the support and friendship she offered so effortlessly. Suzanne, May you Rest In Peace. Prayers and comfort to her family.
January 10, 2019
I have been Suzanne's neighbor since I moved to Atlanta a year and a half ago and, more recently, her friend. Suzanne was a unique person - she rocked a pixie cut and Harry Potter glasses. She was ridiculously fit and athletic. She wore vintage clothing, combat boots and a porkpie hat. She dressed up as a Handmaid for Halloween. Her home is warm and eclectic, filled with books, photos, interesting art and furniture, and speaks clearly of her. She loved her husband, son, big lug of a dog, and multiple cats I couldn't keep track of. She was smart and talented. She had fought serious health battles before and won, and appreciated her life. The world, and especially the world of her family and friends, is lessened by her absence. Godspeed, Suzanne - we miss you.
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