Susan Diane Walker Tranchell August 26, 1952 - May 13, 2021

GONE TOO SOON

August 26, 1952 – May 13, 2021

 

The love of my life for over 40 years passed away peacefully in her home on May 13th, 2021.
Although our hearts are broken, we know now she will be able to do the things she always loved such as crafting, painting and fishing. She is now with those she loves who went before her. Some of her favorite things were spending time with her grand-babies, who adored her, as well as her 3 chihuahuas. She appreciated the love and support of her close friends, Roma and Maynard Fullmer and Joel and Renee Crouch, Erica and Cole Kinyon who were with our family through good times and bad. In her short 68 years of life she always tried to see the best in people and made everyone laugh with her sassy quick wit. Susie gave the best gifts and was always thinking of others. She loved the holidays, especially Christmas. She loved to decorate and to supervisor Tony while he worked in the yard or on the house.
Our sweet mom, wife, grandmother and friend taught all of us to BELIEVE. She had a heart as big as the moon and a laugh that could light it up. She may be gone physically but she will be in our hearts for eternity.
Sue is survived by her loving husband and best friend Tony Tranchell, her children Amanda Kwiatkowski (Brandon), Anthony Griego, Brandon Tranchell, and Sheri Peterson, her grandchildren and great grandchildren, many friends and her three furry babies; Lulu, Lucy and Kahlua.
A viewing will be held in Sue’s honor at 4:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M. at Walker Funeral Home in Payson on Monday May 17th, 2021.

 

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587 South 100 West
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    Jeffrey Ready says

    Our condolences to the entire family. RIP Mom.

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      Amanda Tranchell says

      Thank you, Jeff. Lots of love, Amanda

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    Erica kinyon says

    Absolutely love this woman with everything in me. She will be missed dearly. I love you guys and I’m here if you need anything. So sorry for your families loss.

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      Amanda Kwiatkwoski says

      Love you, Erica. I am so happy to have you as a sister and friend!! My mom and adored you, you know that.

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    Juliana Caldwell says

    So sorry for your loss. Big hugs to the family. RIL Auntie Sue.

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      Amanda Kwiatkowski says

      Thank you, Juliana. Love ya.

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    Amber says

    Thinking of you all and wishing you peace during this difficult time. I am so glad I was able to meet Sue in person a few years ago. She will be missed.

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      Amanda Kwiatkowski says

      She was so happy to meet you, Amber. Lots of love.

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    Heather Gelvin Horton says

    RIP Aunt Sue.

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      Kristen Anderson says

      Sue was such a kind, sweet woman. I am so sorry for your loss.

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        Amanda Kwiatkwoski says

        Thank you so much, Kristen. I will always think of you with love and wish you the best. My mom loved you!

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    Ruby Johnson says

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Sue and I are first cousins even though we just found this out three years ago. I thought I’d have time to meet her. RIP cousin. I love you and sorry I never got to meet you.

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    Beverly Gelvin says

    My heart is with you always Sis. Tony – we walk the same steps. I’m with you. Amanda and Lindsy – remember the laughter and jokes. I love you all.

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      Amanda N Kwiatkowski says

      Bev, we are so lucky to know you. I can never thank you enough. Lots of love!

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    Jenetah Walker-Taylor (Nita) says

    I think of you every day. I miss you so much. I miss our talks, the shared memories of growing up together, the laughter. I miss sharing things with you. Having someone on my side. Having someone who had loved me all my life and was my big sister, through good times and the not-so-good times. I miss your smile and warped sense of humor. And I miss being there and being my silly self singing and dancing and making you laugh. I just miss you, and I always will.

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