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Groover Funeral Home at Mansion Memorial Park

1400 36Th Ave East, Ellenton, FL

OBITUARY

Susan Marcella Corley

August 28, 1943September 1, 2019
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Susan Tyler Corley Susan (Tyler) Corley went to be with our Lord on Sunday, September 1st, 2019 at Manatee Memorial Hospital. She was born in Bradenton, Florida on August 28th, 1943. Susan worked with the sheriff’s department in Manatee County for over 20 years. Sue enjoyed crafting and baking. She loved the Christmas season and would bake dozens of friendship loaves of bread and chocolate clusters and would distribute to friends and family. She was a very caring, joyful and loving person, always ready to lend a helping hand where needed. She loved her family dearly. She is joining her son, Allen Matthews in Heaven. She is survived by her husband Lynwood Corley, son Michael Matthews (Michelle), Mark Corley (Johanna), brother David Tyler (Robin), and sister Betty Haug (Tony), four grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life will be held at Groover Funeral Home at Mansion Memorial Park, 1400 36th Ave East, Ellenton on September 12, 2019 from 6-8 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Tidewell Hospice, 5955 Rand Blvd, Sarasota, Florida 34238.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, September 12, 2019

Memories

Susan Marcella Corley

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marcia gilbert (segraves)

September 8, 2019

To Betty and family, you are in my prayers. May God grant you peace and strength. Marcia (Segraves) Gilbert

Jimmie Johnson

September 8, 2019

My apology to the family for my listing incorrect family names. I listed Bill but intended Mike and also Mark. I offer prayers for the entire family members

Jimmie Johnson

September 7, 2019

Too many memories with Sue to list the details so I’ll just list a few. High school football, basketball, baseball games and track meets, Sadie Hawkins dance, s’mores, the beach, Rainbow Springs, bowling, movies, Gamble Manson, fire alarms, tower painting, poker games, boating, scavenger hunts, police department, Ringling Museum, and that still ongoing Connie Crete saga. Sue was one everyone admired and wanted as a friend and I was honored for her to call me one. When we were together it was if we never grew up. Sue was ONE OF A KIND, and will be missed by so many and especially me.

I offer condolences to Lynwood, David, Betty, Bill and the entire family. God bless you all and may God welcome his child Sue Tyler Corley into the mansion he built for her.

Kenneth Green

September 6, 2019

I remember well the Friday night football games, school bus trips to the away games to some places I had never heard of: Pinecrest, FL.
Sue was always there cheering the Tigers on. Those were good times with special memories that will never be forgotten. Sorry that I cannot be there but it is a work day and I am still employed. At least until 3 January 2020 when I retire. Best wishes to her entire family and may God bless each of you.

Ken

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