Susan Renee McCraw

Susan Renee McCraw

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Susan Renee McCraw (Criswell) passed away on July 30th 2013.  She was surrounded by her family.  She passed due to complications of Ovarian Cancer.  Susan was 65 years old.  She was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Sister.  She leaves a Husband of 46 years, Pat, a Son (Scottland McCraw), 3 Daughters (Beverly Reynolds, Carol Rokey, and Nancy Richardson) and, 8 Grandchildren (J Dennis, William, James, Ashley Renee, Dylan, Cara Rose, Nichole Shiree, and Diego) and 3 Sisters (Sandra Bain, Deborah Stone, and Pamela Pratt).   Sue was preceded by her Father (Harry B. Criswell and Mother Beverly O’Hara).  Sue is a University graduate (CSUN) with a Bachelors degree in Environmental studies.  She is a retired Configuration Data Management Engineer from Boeing.  She was a past member of the Eastern Star (Sun Shine Chapter, Lancaster Ca.), Toastmaster, National Board of Realtors, and St John’s Hospital volunteer.  She will be remembered for how protective, supportive, forgiving, and how giving she was to her family and friends.  She also leaves a little Shih Tzu name Coco that she loved very dearly.  She will be sorely missed and forever remembered by her family and many friends.  Sue has requested Cremation and there will be no viewing.   Instead of Flowers, She requested that contributions be made to the National Ovarian Cancer Collation (NOCC).

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  1. NAncy says:

    to the most amazing lady I have ever known I love you with all that I am…..my life will never be the same with out you in it…….mom I love you and I miss you

    love your baby
    Nancy

  2. Kelly says:

    I remember the garage sales in the convertible. I remember the calming voice. I remember the beaming smile. I remember playing hearts.

  3. Estela says:

    Although mom is no longer with us physically, she will always be with us spiritually. We will keep the warm, happy memories and her adventurous spirit in our hearts. She was a loving wife who stood by her man through thick and thin, a supportive mother who shaped her children into productive and caring individuals, a wonderful grandmother who spoiled and disciplined her grandkids in a unique way, a giving sister who provided comfort and a helping hand, and a fabulous mother-in-law who cared for her children’s spouses and treated us like her own. Rest in peace mom……watch over dad, hold his hand, and let him know that he is not alone.
    We love and miss you! xoxo Estela

  4. Pat McCraw says:

    My wife was a very special person; her heart was a mile wide. She loved to shop and garage sale. She enjoyed taking a chance at Blackjack. She liked to travel in small bites. She enjoyed talking to people and sharing herself. She was a loving, intelligent, caring, and supportive partner, soul mate, and wife. She never forgot, but forgave my transgressions. Sue’s concern for my well being was paramount in her thoughts. Though my reason for being, my guiding light has gone out. I will preserver, for her. I will carry on for my family, because that is what she wants me to do. Sue, I have loved you for 48 years. I will love you for eternity. Till we are together again in Heaven, may God bless you and keep you. Pat