Susan P. Wheeler
November 28, 1962 ~ June 16, 2007
GREECE: Saturday, June 16, 2007 at age 44. Predeceased by her father, Russell Wheeler; daughter, Brittany. Survived by her mother, Helen Wheeler; son, Richard Lonski III; daughter, Renee Lonski; brother, Tom (Lynn) Wheeler; several nieces and nephews; many dear friends. Friends may call Monday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday 9:30 AM at Holy Cross Church. Entombment, Riverside Cemetery, Friday 10 AM (meet at gate). In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Wheeler Family Trust, 95 Wyndham Rd., Rochester, NY 14612 in her memory.
Dear Renee and Ricky, We are so sorry for your loss. Your mom was such a great person. I have good memories of our times at Holy Cross when our girls were cheerleaders.
Our thoughts and prayers will be with you. She will be missed but never forgotten. Rest in Peace, Sue.
I will miss our picnics,the laughter you always brought to a gathering.
The days of sitting on the front steps reading bedtime stories to the kids are long gone, but never will be forgotten.
You were first to leave the ‘hood’ and now the first to leave the earth. Rest in peace and love, I will hold you in my heart until i join you – take care of the babies.
I will so miss your cards and e mails. You could always brighten up my day.I will also miss the late nights at Maries and the great phone calls you made :)Please take care of Ed and Bud when you get up there. Know you raised two wonderful children and when you left this earth they were well on ther way to a great life as young adults.
My deepest sympathies to the Wheeler family. May it comfort you to know that family and friends are keeping you in their prayers at this difficult time.
With love and prayers, Roberta Doerr Cappon
Our prayers and thoughts are with all of Sue’s loved ones at this difficult time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Sue’s children and family at this time.
Ricky and Renee, I don’t know if you remember us from Holy Cross and when you played baseball with Eric. We came to be good friends. I enjoyed your mothers friendship so much. It meant a lot to me when I stood up for her when she was confirmed. Renee I hear you graduate this year. I’m sure your Mom is very proud of you both. My deepest sympathy to you both. My prayers are with you. Rest is peace Sue.
Sue, I am so glad that I got to know such a special person! You and I had some great talks and you would always make me laugh! You always had a smile for everyone and I will always remember your great sense of humor. I miss you and won’t ever forget our friendship.
My deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers go out to Sue’s children, mother, and family.
Sue, our paths have been so entwined for so long…bowling, Tony, Greg, St. Ann’s. None of it would have been had you not been a part of my life. I wish I had been a more constant friend, we get so very busy with our own lives, but I think we made good progress this last year in getting our friendship back on track. I will dearly miss you. You brought such happiness to those who knew you. You have raised two wonderful, caring children. And your impact on my life will never be forgotten. I swear to you.
You were one of the funniest, kindest, gentlest people that I have ever known. You touched my heart and there will forever be a place there for you. I know you are with God and your baby girl. Knowing that you are without pain or sickness gives a little comfort and that you are home with your dad and daughter. I hope you will always be looking down on me…
Ricky and Renee…
You had such a great mother. I know because of how great you both are. I hope God will be there to help your broken heart. Please let us know if you need anything.
Sue… I hope to one day see you again…
To Ricky and Renee,
I was shocked to hear of you mother’s passing. I worked with your mother many years ago. When she was married to you Dad. I also remember your sister Brittany. She was so beautiful. Your mother was also a beautiful person. Her smile would light up the room.
I have one regret….that I never got in contact with Sue when I used to get those family Christmas cards!
Our hearts go out to the both of you, and
your family. You now have two beautiful angels from above, looking out for you. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Your mother was a great person. She was always happy and made every one around her smile. She is in a better place now watching over you as you both grow older and still making her proud. She taught you what she knew and turned you into 2 special people. I know it is hard to say good bye so just say see you later. She will always be proud of you. If you need anything let me know