Sue Frances Davidson
September 24, 1948 – May 5, 2020
Sue F. Davidson, age 71, retired Registered Nurse, passed away Tuesday, May 5, 2020. Sue was born September 24, 1948 in Marysville, KS, the daughter of LeRoy Francis and Grace Edna (McRae) Kratochvil. Sue grew up in Wichita and graduated from Wichita Southeast High School. She worked for over 30 years as a Registered Nurse, with the majority of that time at St. Joseph Hospital. Sue was preceded in death by her parents. Survivors include: son, Scott and wife, Robin Davidson, of Raytown, MO; sisters, Patricia Eby, Mariposa, CA, Barbara Fowler, Grants Pass, OR; grandchildren, Arrena Flores, Kimberly Flores, Billy Flores. Visitation 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, at Lakeview Funeral Home, 12100 E. 13th Street North, Wichita. Private family service Wednesday, May 13, with interment following at Lakeview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established with Sue F. Davidson. Condolences may be left via www.MyLakeviewFuneralHome.com
Sue F. Davidson
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Sue Frances Davidson
May 15, 2020
Loved getting to know you and you're mom at Messiah. She was a beautiful lady inside and out, and had God given talents of kindness and the love of her heavenly father that she showed daily to anyone around her. I hope to one day work with her in heaven at her bakery. She was a wonderful cake baker and I'm sure I'll need a few more lesson. Can't wait for that day.
Hugs to you all. Tonja Morris
May 13, 2020
I worked with Miss Sue at St. Joseph. She was tactful & firm as well as kind and compassionate. She was always honest with patients and held coworkers accountable-seeing their potential as well as always being willing to teach other's or provide knowledge and share her vast experience. She was a great baker and loved her family and friends deeply. My heart finds peace in the knowledge that she is now with Jesus ❤🙌. Prayers for strength and comfort. Until we meet again...😇
May 12, 2020
I have so many memories of working night shift at St. Jo with Sue. She was a little intimidating at first but after being chewed out for tasting a bite of cake that she'd made (before it was cut and served), and "messing up" her newspaper before she read it and numerous other "sins"..... I had the privilege of seeing the tender hearted side of Sue and becoming "part of the family".
We had many great trips to Branson, Albuquerque, Caribbean cruise, and every restaurant we could think of!
I know Sue and Shirley are happily rehashing the good old days.......till we meet again.
May 12, 2020
Oh, little sister, Sue, there is such a big hole in my heart with your going home to be with God so soon! So many wonderful memories, your cookies, fudge, hoskas, kolaches at Christmas. All the things that you did for others, it's unbelievable! Mom and Dad, Aunt Betty, all of your patients, when we would go to WalMart, Dillons, etc. we'd always run into one of your patients, and they would always exclaim that you were the best nurse that they had in their life!!
This is not easy to write as my eyes are crying, don't want to but tears just keep coming! I miss the Sunday Email that you so faithfully did for years and years, keeping all of the family together and informed! You were definitely an angel here on earth, and God probably has you already doing good up there! We'll all be together again someday! Wait for us!
Love you so much!!!!
Your oldest sister, Barbara
May 10, 2020
Sister Sue I miss you so much!
As kids you’d always tolerate my wild made up games and stories- clothespin people in a shoebox theater, riding double on our pony Lightning playing cowboys, and your climb to the hayloft to see new kittens even with your fear of heights. Memories go on and on.
And then we grew up but the bond was always there. We skyped every day for the last five years. Yes I miss you but I know your in a better place. All my love, sister Pat
May 10, 2020
The last time I saw Sue we bid farewell to Shirley Fuller. This lovely group included me in many celebrations. Sue made crepes one night at work ! She made my daughter's wedding cake, a cake that was one of a kind, like my daughter! Sue's patients received the care that one could only hope for. She was a fine nurse and a great person. She is loved by many.
May 9, 2020
Sue was one of my dearest friends. We were drawn to each other
when we found we were both christians. We then worked together
at St. Joseph Hospital for the next 30 years or so until we both retired. Those were years of many memories--thoughts shared, activities planned, and just being friends. Scott we thank God for the wonderful mother you had and the influence she had on so many.