Suzanne “Sue” Stringer passed away at 72 on October 11, 2021. She was surrounded by her family: George, her husband of 49 years, and sons & their wives: George C. & Amy (Columbus, OH), James M. (Cypress, TX), and Dr. Daniel M. & Danielle (Morrow, Ohio). Grandchildren were the delight of her life: G. Kyle, William, Collin, Payson, and Elsie. Sue enjoyed traveling the world and visiting with her many friends and relatives. A Celebration of Life and Love will be held at St. Maximillian Kobe Church, 5720 Hamilton Mason Rd, Liberty Twp., OH, beginning with a Memorial Visitation at the church on Monday (10/18) from 6-8PM. Memorial Visitation will also be held Tuesday (10/19) at the church from 10 AM until Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AM. Inurnment will follow at the National Cemetery in Dayton on Tuesday (10/19) at 1 PM. Those who wish to remember Sue in a special way may make a gift in her memory to the Cincinnati Zoo or your local SPCA. Condolences may be sent to the family by signing the guestbook at www.hodappfuneralhome.com.
PHILLIP A BISHOP - Oct 19, 2021
George and Family, The loss of Sue is a great loss to the world. She was a terrific person. May G^d give you all His peace that passes understanding in this sad time. Blessings,
Lloyd Swift - Oct 19, 2021
George, my deepest condolences on the loss of your wife. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Lloyd
George Foley - Oct 19, 2021
George, our deepest condolences to you and your family.
Carole Stokes-Brewer - Oct 18, 2021
Sam and I just learned that we lost a good friend and the best next door neighbor. We are sending our blessings to the family. We have such wonderful memories of her.
Judy and Ed Alten - Oct 18, 2021
Dear George and Family, I know Sue was longing for better health for a long time. We friends at FHF (Friends Having Fun) have missed her for several years. We treasured her vibrant personality and laughter. And, going back farther, watching our sons play soccer together, attend school and church events, and simply enjoying your friendship. . .priceless. George, you are not alone in grieving Sue, and we offer you our prayers for healing from such a great loss. If you have a need that we can help with, please don't hesitate to call. Let us be Christ for you. Judy and Ed Alten
David and Diane Stringer - Oct 18, 2021
Sue Stringer went out of her way to smile at each person she met. She leaves us with a superb example of how to savor life. We pray for her family and mourn her departure. Love and comfort to the family.
Larry and Karla Mullins - Oct 17, 2021
Dear George and Family! We were deeply saddened to hear about Sue's passing. She was a great lady and we looked forward to seeing her at the yearly xmaseve dinners hosted by Debi and John.When you look up at the night sky you will see a new bright shining star.. Our prayers are with you.Sincerely Larry and Karla Mullins
Phyllis and Ray OBanion - Oct 17, 2021
We are very sorry for your loss. Our prayers and condolences are with you and your family.
TONY & STANNYE CRAYDEN - Oct 17, 2021
GERORG & FAMILY: MAY SHE REST IN PEACE AND KNOW THAT SHE WAS LOVED BY ALL WHO KNEW HER.
Tom and Renee Prusak - Oct 16, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Stringer family.
Bill Hoernschemeyer - Oct 15, 2021
So sorry for your loss, George. Charlotte and I send our sincere condolences to you and your family!
Elena Martinez - Oct 15, 2021
Once you met Sue, you never forgot her. Sweet, kind, and feisty. Your family is in my thoughts. ❤
Michele Bryngelson - Oct 14, 2021
Dear George, May the Lord send comfort to you and your family in this difficult time. I know Suzanne will be greatly missed by all. Praying for healing as you all seek to move forward. May there be blessings ahead and sorrows behind. Much love, Michele
Pam - Oct 14, 2021
George - so very sorry for your loss. I will miss my favorite partner in "crime." We had so much fun, so many tales to tell, so many good memories. Much love to you, the boys and their families.
Tom & Carolyn Gard - Oct 14, 2021
So sorry for your loss of Sue. She was a wonderful friend of us, and we will miss her very, very much. Your family has our deepest sympathy.
NORMAN WOODMAN - Oct 14, 2021
dear stringer family : my wife and i had the opportunity to meet Sue when we were in the West Chester area this past spring. We had a very nice time with george and sue when when we were invited to their beautiful home and later had dinner with them. Although it was a very brief time spent it is a wonderful memory. My wife (sue ellen) spent several hours with sue on the back porch on their home where they watched a thunder storm pass through the area. sue remarked to my wife that the back porch was one of her favorite spots to enjoy the scenery and weather.... We want to thank her for that wonderful experience. i do not believe words can possibly say how very sorry we are for her passing... but i can tell you she was an exceptional person who will be missed by all.
sue kelley - Oct 14, 2021
heaven gained a beautiful soul. so blessed to have shared a thunder storm with sue, what an amazing person.
Vince and Kris - Oct 14, 2021
Our sincere condolences George to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. With our warmest regards. Vince and Kris Scott
Mary and Stephen Krauss - Oct 14, 2021
George and family, our deepest sympathy on your loss of wife, mother and grandmother. Sue’s smile, warm personality and giving nature endeared her to all. We loved her and will miss her greatly.
Dick and Tina Morawski - Oct 14, 2021
We are so sorry to hear that Sue has passed. A marvelous mother, wife and friend!
Lisa Chiles - Oct 13, 2021
Tod and I send our heartfelt sympathy to you George and to your family. Sue was a bright light in this world and we were blessed to know her. All heaven is rejoicing, another saint is home in heaven. God be with you.
Kenneth Bell - Oct 13, 2021
I am so sad about Sue’s passing. She was such a wonderful person. Michelle and I had so many amazingmemories as we traveled together. Ken Bell
Betsy & Tom Schram - Oct 13, 2021
Your family will continue to be in our prayers. With much love. Betsy & Tom