Susan Ann London
September 6, 1946 – January 3, 2020
Susan Ann London, loving Wife, Mother, Sister, Grandmother and Great Grandmother passed away on January 3, 2020, surrounded by her family. She was 73.
Susan was born on September 6th, 1946 to Andrew and Josephine Trujillo (Nightwalker). She was the youngest of 7 children.
Growing up in the Poudre Canyon area, she enjoyed the mountains and swimming in the Poudre river.
Susan Graduated from LaPorte High school in 1964, and later that same year, gave birth to a daughter; with whom she reunited with in 2019.
In October of 1967, Susan married the love of her life Ronald (Ronnie) London. She gave birth to two beautiful children, Tammy and Rolen. They settled in Dacono, CO in 1973 where they made a home.
Susan was a loving member of her community. She made baked goods for the local Mexican restaurant, and coached girls softball. She worked at both Frederick Elementary, and Frederick High school as a teacher's aide working with special needs children, and volunteering in many different areas for Frederick High school. Susan also worked as a janitor in the Longmont school system. Susan always gave more than she ever expected back; She was a special person.
Susan was known by many names; Mom, Gigi, Susie Q, Sue, Run around Sue, Night Batter and Susanna. By any name she was adored and loved.
Her favorite things were fishing and camping with her family, playing slot machines, garage sales and going to the flea market and pawn shops. She loved cooking for family and friends. Her special times were spent shopping and dancing with Ronnie, and sharing time with family and friends. Her love for music was cathartic.
Her legacy of love will live on.
She is preceded by Husband Ronald London, Father Andrew Trujillo, Mother Josephine Trujillo, Brother Lewis Trujillo, Sisters Alice Mc Coy and Virginia Whitney. Brother in laws Royal Whitney, John Wilson and Donald London. Sisters in law Cindy Nightwalker and Linda Trujillo. Among other family members.
Her Daughter Gaye Burrell and Husband Dan Burrell of Colorado Springs CO. Daughters are Alicia, Amber and Amy.
Her Daughter Tammy Kerr and husband Donald Kerr of Loveland, CO. Son Neil and wife Samantha. Daughter Ronee and Husband Tyler. Son Wyatt. Daughter Rowan.
Her son Rolen London and Wife Deanine Coyne of Frederick CO. Daughters Shaiyanne and Alyssa. Son Ayden.
Sue was blessed to have 18 Great Grandchildren, Leaving a Legacy!
Her Brother Vern Nightwalker and Wife June Nightwalker of CA, her Sister Birdie Wilson of Fort Collins, CO, her brother Robert Trujillo of Fort Collins, CO.
Services will be held Thursday, February 6th, 2020 at 10am at Howe Mortuary, 439 Coffman St. Longmont, CO.
A Celebration of Life reception to follow at noon held at the American Legion, 315 Bowen St. Longmont, CO.
Howe Mortuary Chapel
439 Coffman St
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
315 S Bowen St, Longmont, CO 80501
Susan Ann London
January 14, 2020
I know our time together was short but from the moment I walked in the door there was a genuine love felt. If only it could have been sooner. I do thank God for allowing the time we did share to be memorable! Rest in heaven GG! We love you
Alicia, Jakarri, Jerome, Upumoni and Zynobia
January 13, 2020
I love you my dear Sue!! I will always remember when I first met the Trujillo family at your house for Thanksgiving. You later told me that it took guts for me to show up and you respected me for it! I will always cherish our times playing canasta and especially our fishing and camping trips!! Love you always Sue. To Tammy ,Rolen and Gaye and family my heart breaks for you and I love you. Aunt Debbie
January 13, 2020
I remember Mrs. London as far back as Grandma & Grandpas Daycare. Though this was years ago, she clearly made an impact in my life. I remember her as a loving, soft spoken woman and Mother to my classmate, her son Rolen. My heart hurts for the family and for myself, as it is painful to know that a woman who deserved to live forever, has been taken from so many.
May she rest easy and peacefully in Heaven.
May the family find comfort in the messages and memories shared between themselves and others...
Love and Light to all those she loved and loved her.
~ Tamara Winstead (Burge)