Paris Frederick Mortuary & Cremation Service

678 S Mollison Avenue, El Cajon, CA



December 1, 1954June 4, 2020

Susan Lynn CRENSHAW was born on December 1, 1954 and passed away on June 4, 2020 and is under the care of Paris Frederick Mortuary & Cremation Service.

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Jennifer Champlin

June 23, 2020

My Susie, I have always referred to her as “My Susie” (I’ve always been territorial over her), my mother, protector, best friend and confidant. Crushed would be an understatement as to how I feel...who do I call now when I’m upset at 2am? I have so many memories from getting popped (a lot), going to my brothers games, sun bathing in the pool, laughing at the smelly lady in church catching the Holy Ghost once again, her always ready to pull out her best friends Smith an Wesson 🤦🏽‍♀️,being taught tons of life lessons and all the many surgery’s. All of these memories were special because of who I was with and the love I felt. My whole life I’ve woken up to letters left around the house (by both My Susie and My Carl) telling me how loved I was and even to just have a great day at school, to once I became an adult finding them in my mailbox. I would get these for holidays or milestones and even just because days, I never understood how much I would cherish these one day. She always said we couldn’t be closer if she birthed me and it’s definitely true, we’ve had disagreements and upsets with each other but what mother and daughter don’t. I’m so hurt but I know the pain she’s endured for so long so I’m glad she now has peace...plus I know she’ll always be with me! I miss my superhero💔🧡

Jackie Wysocki

June 22, 2020

Susan was my neighbor and friend. Bob and I are saddened by her passing. She was so strong for all she had to endure these past months. We were happy to know that she had family around her and she was able to enjoy her Abby.. God has you in his arms. Rest peacefully. Our sincere condolences to Sue’s family. Thank you Montena.

Montena Terry

June 21, 2020

As a child I remember waking up early on the weekend and being hurried into the backseat of the car with my brothers. My mom sitting in the front seat and my dad driving, we would go on a drive to ‘somewhere only they knew.’ To me, at the time, it was just a simple but familiar weekend drive, and we would ultimately end up at a friend’s or a family member’s house,...most of the time. Sometimes we would end up just driving down a county road and back home. Because of these drives, even today I can recite all the words to most of Patti LaBelle’s songs! All kidding aside, memories of those drives are among my many fond memories of my mom and family. Because of the endless good memories I have of my mom, I know that I am so so blessed to have shared so many happy moments with her. I feel like my mom’s time with us was short, but very meaningful. I will always love her with all my heart and I will forever miss her; I will miss the sound of her voice, the touch of her hand, and just being with her.

Joyce Hodge

June 21, 2020

Susan was my best friend and we talked everyday before she went to San Diego. All the other times she was in the hospital we would talk. Susan I know you can see what has happened. The day you left me God sent me someone that was born on your birthday you are the same age. He was sent by God to help me with not having YOU!!, Forever together my friend 💕😘

Jacque Terry

June 20, 2020

So sorry to hear about Susan's passing. Montena and I send you all our love and prayers.

Ella Holman

June 17, 2020

First my sincere condolence to AD, Chris and Montena. Your mom was a BEAUTIFUL soul. She was so much fun. I remember lots of laughter being with her. The best story we share was a trip me, Verlene and Susan took to Carson city to see Chris play baseball. She wouldn't Let me sit in the front seat and read while she drove. She said i had to talk to her, that was the duty of THAT seat. She pulled over and put me in the back seat. We laughed so hard the rest of the trip. Loved her, always sis-in-love

Linda Jones

June 16, 2020

We are so sorry for your loss. Susan loved having fun and had a zest for life. I have great memories of her at holiday celebrations throughout the years. She will be missed but not forgotten. We are praying for all of you at this difficult time. Much love-
Linda and Cary

Joyce Hodge

June 16, 2020

I guess only she knew how much she meant to me!

Robin Burse

June 16, 2020

Susan, the moment you received your wings shattered my heart, mostly with ache and then relief that you were no longer in pain. I often take a walk down memory lane, I smile, laugh and then cry. I miss our chats, laughter and the moments of silent understanding. I miss everything about you. Remembering you is natural, easy for me, I do it every day. However, with missing you comes a heartache that will never go away.

My best friend, cousin and sister (so close, we were sisters. Inseparable.). It was Susan and Robin; and, Robin and Susan. Now, it's just Robin. I will always miss you. Love you more Sis!