OBITUARY

Susan Lucinda Beach

April 22, 1968April 23, 2021

Susan Lucinda Beach was born on April 22, 1968 and passed away on April 23, 2021 and is under the care of Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes.

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Shelly (Michelle) Castagne-Dingee

May 5, 2021

I was saddened and shocked to hear we lost another friend to this nasty virus... Suzzy and I often talked about how we thought the last days might be like...never in our minds eye did we imagine such an ugly disease taking so many people we love. I met Suzzy when we were young kids but our families were In different congragations so we lost touch. I remet Suzzy in highschool ...we had a few classes together at Eastern but never really hung out...then I returned to Jehovah and Suzzy and her mom Mary took me under their wings as I straightened out my life and really didn't have good family ties...they became both my spiritual family and my adopted family. We would spend they afternoons shopping then go grab a bite to eat and I'd help them haul all their groceries to their lil apt. We had many beautiful spiritual conversations into the wee hrs on the ph at times when I moved out of state. Life pulls each of us in different directions as we mature. I did miss my adopted family over these last few yrs...sadly her mama and my dad past with in a short time of each other summer of 2019...we were both hurting deeply after that but because we both loved deeply and we're both very stubborn I couldn't be there for her though I wish I had. Now I will have to wait til paradise to welcome her back and her mama too...and hug her and ask for forgiveness then. You will be miss my dear sister in Jah and my sister of my heart. May Jehovah keep you in his loving memory! 💕

Marlo Williams

May 4, 2021

Susan..what a beautiful angel you must be..with that amazing smile..an joyful laugh you have! Im sure going to miss that..my condolences to everyone who knew an loved you..fly high beautiful angel..the havens have gained an amazing..worrior..rest in glorious..peace..

Ernie & Teresa English

May 4, 2021

Susan Lucinda Beach was born in Lansing, Michigan, on April 22, 1968 to Mary Jane (Hogeland) Beach and Dennis Beach. She was their fourth child.
Susan, affectionately known as Suzy, grew up in Lansing, Michigan. She graduated from Eastern High School in 1986 and was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses on May 22, 1993.
Suzy was a cheerful, talkative soul who enjoyed a good game of cards and was always eager to visit with her family and congregation members. Her conversations often revolved around her loving kitty cat, Boots, her faith in Jehovah’s promises and her plans for the future. Suzy enjoyed speaking about the large family that she and her future husband would have in the paradise earth, and the unique tree house that they would live in. She anticipated the future reunion with her parents that she would enjoy upon their resurrection and how wonderful it would be to see them experiencing perfect health.
Despite her own recent health concerns, Suzy always had a smile for everyone she met. She maintained her cheerful, friendly disposition until her last, wakeful moment and passed away on April 23, 2021.
Suzy is survived by her siblings, Kathleen Coretell (Charles) Armstrong and Dennis Jacob (Diddie) Beach; niece, Chenelle Peran Beach; nephews Charles Richard Armstrong II and William Jacob Armstrong; her beloved cat, Boots (Suzy actually belonged to Boots); and numerous cousins and friends.

Kathleen Armstrong

April 30, 2021

Susan I'm so sorry God needed you so soon. My dear ♥ sister i miss you. I love you. I'm so blessed God gave you to me for my sister. Rest easy til we see each other again

Shari Sproat

April 30, 2021

I remember being a child and susie and I would play menopoly and raise each other money etc lol.My dad and mom studied with Jehovah witnesses and would study at their homes while we played games in her room.THey would also watch the lions and the cowboys play football.She was always soo happy as a child of what I remember.Miss her.Sorry about your loss love and hugs shari sproat.

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