OBITUARY

Sue Rhyne Prendergast

October 2, 1941March 4, 2020
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Sue Rhyne Prendergast Sue was born on October 2, 1941 in Skagway, Alaska, to Claire and Maybelle Richter. She spent the early years of her childhood in Alaska. She spoke of the countless times she went fishing with her Grandfather. Sue spent some of her childhood battling Polio in Washington State before moving to Hickory Grove, North Carolina in high school to be closer to her mother’s family. She lived in North Carolina until she was 19 when she went back to Washington to go to college. Through mutual friends, Sue met Richard on her birthday in 1960, and they were married the following June 17th, 1961. Throughout their 58 years of marriage they were blessed with a daughter, Debra (Bud), a son, Greg, and five grandchildren, Matt (Kayelynne), Brandon, Kaitlyn, Abigail, and Lucas. Starting in the early 1960’s, Sue and Richard joined a bowling team at Kenmore Lanes, Sue continued to bowl on a women’s team for many years. Richard and Sue traveled in three different RV’s over 200,000 miles in the United States stopping at their favorite casinos, national parks, and visiting friends and family. They enjoyed family camping and fishing trips in Washington and both were very involved with their car club, the Seattle Rod-Tiques. She passed away on March 4th, surrounded by her loved ones, her husband, two children, son in law, and grandchildren. Sue was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, cousin, and friend, she will be missed by everyone whose lives she touched.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, October 3, 2020

  • Reception

    Saturday, October 3, 2020

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Connie Larson

March 21, 2020

I remember when Dick and Sue met. They've been a couple ever since. In the early days we got together to play cards because we had small kids and couldn't afford to go out. Though the years took us on dfferent paths, we have remained in contact and I am so glad to have been included in their family. We've laughed togetherand cried together but I always knew Dick and Sue would stand by me. Rest in the peace of the Lord Sue. We love you. Connie & Roger

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