Susan Moloney Hayes

November 7, 1946November 30, 2019

Susan Moloney Hayes, age 73, of Shreveport, Louisiana passed away on Saturday November 30, 2019. She was born November 7, 1946 in Shreveport, Louisiana to Thomas and Madrian Moloney. She attended Louisiana Tech, before earning her Master’s Degree in Education from Northwestern State University. She retired from teaching at Summer Grove Elementary School, where she taught fourth grade. Susan was an avid LSU Football fan. She also enjoyed going to the movies with Pat, shopping and decorating. She was a loving, caring, and devoted wife, mother, and friend. She will be deeply missed by all her knew and loved her. Left to cherish her memory are her husband, of 51 years, Ronald Hayes; son, Andrew Hayes; nephews, Mickey Moloney and Mark Moloney; and niece, Marcia Bruce. She is preceded in death by her son, Dustin Hayes; brother, Mike Moloney; mother, Madrian Moloney; sister-in-law, Brenda Moloney. A graveside service for Susan will be held Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Centuries Memorial Park, 8801 Mansfield Rd, Shreveport, Louisiana 71108.


  • Ronald Hayes, Husband
  • Andrew Hayes, Son


  • Graveside Service Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Susan Moloney Hayes

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December 9, 2019

Hay Ron - Susan was a blessing and a treasure to so many. Please know that you and Andy are in our thoughts and prayers.

Pat Leach

December 4, 2019

So many great memories of trips to Canton, talking so much we missed the exit to Jefferson, the movie and lunch Saturdays, the summers spent making bulletin boards for our classrooms, books read, you coming to exercise at 5am and deciding we were crazy, the Gold Tiger lunches. I will miss you, Susan, until we meet again. Love you.

Stephanie Lafitte

December 3, 2019

Mrs. Susan was always one of my favorite patients, & she brightened my day every time she walked through the door. Her laugh was contagious! She will be soo very missed. I am truly sorry for yalls loss Coach and Andy. Prayers for peace and comfort for the days to come.
Stephanie Lafitte

Patti Roberts

December 3, 2019

Coach Ronnie,
So very sorry to hear about Susan. Please know that the Roberts Family will keep you and Andy in our thoughts and prayers.
Patti and Jeff Roberts
Michael, Amy, and Patrick

Mary-Anne (Jones) Fay

December 3, 2019

Ronnie, I am so sorry to hear about Susan. May God hold you close during your time of sorrow and comfort you.

Renee Bellow

December 3, 2019

Susan always made us laugh when we were together and was a joy to be with. So sorry she was called to Heaven so early. Sending our prayers and sincere condolences to Ronnie and Andy.

Annie Miller

December 3, 2019

Susan, it is hard to remember you not being a part of my life. You taught Jenna when she was in 4th grade so that is at least 25 yrs ago, and we taught together before then and for years after then. You were always a great teacher and friend, not to mention so much fun to be around! So many love and respect you.
Andy, I will continue praying for you and your dad, and I am so sorry that this precious wife, mother and friend is gone too soon. She will certainly be very missed. But how wonderful to know that she is with the LORD and reunited with Dustin. As the song lyrics say, "No more night, no more pain No more tears, never crying again And praises to the great, "I AM" We will live in the light of the risen Lamb."

Susie Hawkins

December 3, 2019

Loved Susan and her stories. We taught together at Werner Park and had kids in school together at Holy Rosary. She was the life of the party. Rest In Peace Susan you will be missed. God Bless your family, Ronnie and Andy.

Sharon Myers

December 2, 2019

So very sorry for your loss. Words don’t mean much at a time like this, but know you are in my thoughts and prayers. All your wonderful memories for all those years will help make her loss a little easier as time passes. She is with Dustin now and not suffering anymore. Both are smiling down on you saying keep enjoying life until we meet again.❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻

Karla Connella

December 2, 2019

Susan was not Susan to me, she was Suzieqdogluver and I’m not real sure how I ended up giving her that name! A group of us always got together for dinner once a month. Suzieqdogluver always had a funny story to tell and seems like she was always up to something!! I will miss her terribly! Ronnie and Andy, I’m so sorry for your loss. She was a fantastic person! She will definitely be missed!! RIP Suzieqdogluver!!