OBITUARY

Susan Kay Fantazia

May 9, 1950March 27, 2021

Susan "Moogie" Fantazia, 70 of Modesto, CA went to be with her Lord March 27, 2021.

She devoted her life to helping others. She worked as a nurse for 35 years at Doctor's Hospital Modesto in the care of new mothers and babies. Her strength, compassion and quick wit were unmatched.

She was preceded in death by her father Gene Paul. She is survived by her mother Evelyn Welch of Modesto, her 3 daughters Julie (Ken) Scott of Madera, Darcy Fantazia of Modesto, and Ashley (Jared) Reilly of Tacoma WA, her 2 sisters Chris Kampfen of Modesto and Brenda (Bryce) Jenkins of Mesa AZ, her 2 granddaughters Hailey and Kindrah Scott, and her fluffy cat Rosie.

Visitation will be from 2-4pm on Thursday, April 15th. Services will begin at 11:30am on Friday, April 16th. Both will be held at Lakewood Memorial in Hughson.

Services

15 April

Visitation

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Lakewood Funeral Home

Riverside Chapel

900 Santa Fe Avenue
Hughson, California

16 April

Funeral Service

11:30 am

Lakewood Funeral Home

Riverside Chapel

900 Santa Fe Avenue
Hughson, California

16 April

Committal Service

Lakewood Memorial Park

Garden of Love

900 Santa Fe Avenue
Hughson, California

16 April

Reception

Lakewood Memorial Park

Private Estate Garden

900 Santa Fe Avenue
Hughson, California

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Amanda Serrano

April 9, 2021

Sue,

You were such a wonderful part of my childhood. You and your girls were always a joy to be with, and we always had so much fun. (And a very special thanks for helping me convince my mom to let me pierce my ears way back in the day! I remember riding in the seat behind you, looking at my little diamond studs in the mirror and you kept saying, "Oh! Look at that sparkle!") What a sweet and loving soul you always were. I truly can't believe you aren't here with us now. You were also the best mother any child could wish for. I know your girls were and are the jewels in your crown. Julie, Darcy and Ashley, my heart breaks for you. I send you, your grandma and your aunts all my love. You got the best when God was passing out mothers.
All my love,
Amanda Serrano

Sherry Serrano

April 9, 2021

Sue,
My dear friend, you have been a part of my life since the day I was born. Our mothers were best friends, and we were destined to be best friends also. I have such wonderful memories of our families spending time together, almost every single weekend and most holidays. Those were such fun times and I will cherish those memories always. And as we grew up and had children they also became good friends. You were the most kind, giving and loving person, and such a wonderful mother to your three beautiful daughters. I will always remember the wonderful times we spent together and the special friendship we shared. I love you and miss you so very much. I send my heartfelt sympathy to your mother, your precious daughters and sisters, Chris and Brenda, all of whom I share wonderful and loving memories with. May God be with you during this heartbreaking time.
Love,
Sherry Serrano