Sue Wynn Deal

April 8, 1952June 30, 2019

This is the story of Sue Wynn Deal. Sue was a wonderful woman that was loved, is missed, and will always be cherished. Our “Nanny,” as she liked to be called by her grandchildren, was an amazing wife, mom, daughter, sister, aunt, and cousin.

Sue’s story starts on April 8, 1952, the youngest child to Carlis and Jimmie Wynn. Sue was born in Chipley, FL. When Sue was still little Carlis and Jimmie moved their small family to Jacksonville, FL where Sue would spend her childhood, grow up, make many lifelong friends, go to school (Andrew Jackson High School) and meet the love her life, Wayne Deal of Jacksonville, FL. Sue moved with her family the summer before her senior year to Winter Haven, FL where she graduated from Winter Haven High School in 1970. Wayne and Sue were married on October 24, 1970 and moved back to Jacksonville, FL. In 1971, they had a daughter Amy Sue in November of 1971. Sue worked for many years at Atlantic Bank which became First Union Bank (Wells Fargo) where she went on long term disability.

Sue loved to look at and be in the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina. Sue and her family spent many days up and around their family cabin in Bryson City, NC. If there was anywhere Sue loved to be with her family and friends it was in the mountains. Sue’s grandchildren were her heart and joy. There’s no denying that, her grandbabies as she called them, were the people that she loved the most. Time spent at Nanny’s house was very special for her grandbabies.

Loved ones that cleared the path for Sue are her father, Carlis Morgan Wynn and her mother, Jimme Lou Wynn. Loved ones that will miss Sue until they meet again are her husband, Wayne E. Deal; her daughter and son in-law, Amy and Michael Wiggins; and her grandchildren Cameron Wiggins, Bryce Wiggins and Addison Wiggins; her sister and brother in-law, Mary Lou and Roger Helms; niece and nephew, Wendy and Rick Gibbs, Taylor Gibbs and Chase Gibbs; and many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.

HARDAGE-GIDDENS CHAPEL HILLS, 850 Saint Johns Bluff Road North, Jacksonville, FL 32225, is serving the family.


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Randy Wilson

July 8, 2019

To my precious and best childhood friend Wayne please know that I am praying for you and your family. May the presence of the Lord surround you and your family with peace and comfort during this time of grief and sorrow.

Cindy Mora

July 3, 2019

Sue, was not only my Cousin but also a Person that I looked up to. I spent a lot of time at her house in Jacksonville when I was growing up. She was always so kind to me. You are gonna be missed a lot Sue! Thank you for all of the Wonderful Memories you left me with. RIP Sue I know you are dancing now! No more pain! I love you very much and you will always be in my heart.❤️❤️❤️

Vicki Saylor

July 3, 2019

There are no words that can express how much I love and will miss my oldest and dearest friend, Sue. She was an amazing wife , mother, and cousin and she was also an amazing friend. Sue was the one friend that I knew I could depend on no matter the circumstance; all I had to do was call her and she would drop everything to come to me or listen to me to help in any way she could. We had so many fun times through the 40 years I was blessed to have her as my friend and I will look upon those memories and cry, laugh and remember her with love and admiration. I will miss her tremendously and my heart will forever be broken; however, I know without a doubt she is walking the golden streets of heaven and probably telling everyone how to decorate them! I will see you again my friend,

Jeaneen Goff

July 2, 2019

I have so many memories of Sue, when we were young and lived and visited Jacksonville, and as teenagers having a great time cruzing Winter Haven in her mustang, back in Jacksonville when Sue and Wayne allowed me to live with them so that I could go to college , and as adults, and during the years we became parents. Sue was my cousin, my friend, and always treated me like her younger sister. She was strong willed and most certainly could stand her ground, but had a huge heart and was always willing to go out of her way to help everyone. The lady had class and impeccable taste. She always made a beautiful home for Wayne and Amy, that could easily be compared to a picture in Southern Living magazine. She was an awesome cook, I would call her often for a recipes and advice. I learned about being a mother from Sue, she always had high expectations for Amy and helped her become a strong woman, and she always tried to create special memories (those special birthday parties, recitals, proms, and that beautiful wedding). I think God knew that Sue would be a perfect Grandmother when he brought three beautiful children into their lives. She knew they were a gift and she cherished each of them. Thank you Mary Sue Wynn Deal for being a part of my life.

Gloria Ann Jenkins

July 2, 2019

Can't remember a precious memory that doesn't include my sweet cousin...Sue...she will be missed...I know she is more pain heaven with Jesus...her many other loved ones gone before.....looking forward to heaven...our forever home. See ya in heaven..Sue.

Judy Roberts

July 2, 2019

She will be missed. Although in our later days we did not see each other that much, in our younger days all we could do is "giggle & get in trouble" together. Some of my fondest memories were going to Jacksonville & spending some days together in the summer. Aunt Jimmie & my Mom used to threatened us all the time if we didn't "go to bed & quit giggling". Love you cousin.