Frank Vogler & Sons

2849 Middlebrook Drive, Clemmons, NC


Susan Flaminio-White

April 10, 1955March 17, 2020

Susan Ann Flaminio-White, 64, passed away peacefully at her residence in Clemmons, North Carolina during the morning of March 17th, 2020. She was born Susan Ann Alley on Easter Sunday, April 10th 1955 to Robert H. Alley, and Joan E. Alley (Robbins) in Poughkeepsie, New York. She grew up near by in the town of Hopewell Junction, NY and was a 1973 graduate of John Jay High School. She is survived by her son, Scott Flaminio of Oak Harbor, WA. Former husband and close friend, Dennis White and his children Brett and Andrea of Clemmons, NC. Her brothers Rob Alley (Valerie) of Lagrangeville, NY, and David Alley (Karen) of Middlebury, CT. Nieces; Christine Quinn (Pat) of Poughkeepsie, NY, and Stacey Semke (Justin) of Pleasant Valley, NY. Nephews; Dave Alley (Giulia) of Greenwich, CT and Doug Alley (Jenny) of Waterbury, CT. As well as great nieces and nephews Harper, Davey, and Nora. She is preceded in death by her mother and father, nephews Steven and Michael, along with many Aunts and Uncles. Those who knew her will miss her smile and infectious humor. Arrangements for service will take place at Vogler and son’s funeral home in Clemmons, NC, but are currently postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Followed by a private family internment at the cemetery of the Dutch Reformed Church in Hopewell Junction, NY. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Susan Alley Scholarship Trust which will provide scholarship funding for young women with high academic potential to help fulfill their dreams of higher education.


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Susan Flaminio-White

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Kathy Bunn

March 25, 2020

My Sweet Suz, we were going to live at the beach when we retired. Walk on the beach and live the life! I loved riding in the Beamer! We were Thelma and Louise without the cliff scene:-). I will miss you and our talks immensely. Your love for Scott was immense. All our convos included an update about your precious son. You loved him with a passion! You left us way too soon. God has another wonderful angel. You are so missed!

Heather Posey

March 19, 2020

I am still in shock over you leaving this earth way too soon. I will miss you my friend. Scott and Susans family, your mom and sister was a fine woman, always so kind and helpful. She will truly be missed and I will always think of her as one of the strongest fighters I have known. Love you pretty lady and will miss you.

Jessica Storm

March 18, 2020

I am heartbroken hearing of your passing. You were an amazing woman, a strong single mother and a beautiful friend. I will miss talking to you about life, Pearl and so much more. Your kindness and generosity to me and my daughter over the last couple of years will never go unforgotten. I will always carry your advice and wisdom in my heart of taking care of common colds, dealing with hardships and persevering through hard times. You were my friend, and so much more. We always did a good job making each other laugh. You were beautiful, kind, funny and the world will truly miss you. I'll never forget your laugh..it came from the belly! I'll never forget our late night talks and chats about life and I'll always love you and hold you in my heart. Sleep with the Angel's now, my lovely friend. I miss you...always will. We love you.
Pearl and Jess