Susan
Greece: Monday, August 9, 2010. Predeceased by her parents, Leo and Catherine Amici. Survived by her loving children, Robert (Marilyn) Raymond, Tracey (David) Roberts, Jennifer (Michael) Klafehn; grandchildren, Olivia Roberts; Kaitlyn and Joshua Raymond and their mother Holly; BFF, Ginny Moore; God children, Todd and Mark Moore; many loving friends and colleagues. Friends may call Thursday 2-4 & 6-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday 9:30 AM at Holy Cross Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Lipson Cancer Center in her memory.

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  1. Dear Sue and Family,
    I only knew you for a short period of time, but you certainly touched my life in many ways. You fought your cancer with grace and dignity and I am so proud of you. Your smile will be forever etched in my memory. I know this is a very difficult time for your loving family, but I know you will forever be by their sides. May you rest in peace, god bless you and your family.

    Meredeth

  2. Dear Sue,
    You were a truly beautiful person inside and out, always willing to lend a helping hand. Those of us touched by your infectious smile are all the better for knowing you. May you rest in peace.
    Love,
    Karen

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. I’ve known Sue through the credit union movemnet for many years. She was always such a happy and friendly person – a very sweet person. She will be missed by all of us in the credit union industry.
    To those she left behind – her family, her credit union family and close friends – please know that you are in my thoughts & prayers at this very sad time in your lives. God bless.

  4. I guess there is a ‘Rockin Good Time Party’ in heaven tonight and every night. We will all miss her.

  5. I met Sue many years ago at a credit union event. We have been friends every since. You were always there for me and anyone who needed anything. You have touched so many lives and will be sadly missed. You fought and now the Angels called you home. You will be forever remembered. I will never forget your smile and how happy you were at convention last year. God bless you and your family, friends and credit union colleagues. Love you, Marsha

  6. Jen & Mike; Tracey, Dave, & Olivia; Bob & Marilyn; Holly, Katie & Josh: I will continue to pray for all of you during this very difficult time. I wish I had the oppourtunity to know your mom a little better, she sounded like an amazing person. Know that her memory will forever live on in all of you. I believe she is looking down on you guys smiling and thinking how proud she is of all of you and will give you the strength that you need at this time. Love, Nancy & David

  7. My heartfelt condolences go out to Sue’s family and friends at this difficult time. I knew Sue through the Credit Union Association. I thought very highly of her and her dedication to credit unions. I will miss her lively, welcoming spirit and everlasting smile.

  8. My sincere condolences for your loss. Sue truly was a wonderful person and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  9. Our thoughts and love go out to all of you at this very difficult time. Your mom was a beautiful person inside and out and it shows in all of you how beautiful she was. She loved her family more than anything and will always be with you. Love you all-Kristi and Jan

  10. Sue always had a smile to share. She will be remembered for her generosity. She taught me so much, not only about credit unions but about pitching in and helping out. My fondest most recent memory is of Sue on the dance floor last fall in Saratoga. That is the grin I have to remember always. Keeping your home and work families in my prayers.

  11. Sue taught us much through example. We will forever remember Sue as a treasure to ‘work’ with everyday, her stories, coaching scenarios, all the different hats she wore, her line, ‘Is anyone in here?’, those expressive eyes and her genuine caring ways. Our lives are so much richer from having known her. She will be deeply missed. We ask her to please watch over us and provide us with heavenly guidance. Our wish for Sue is to keep dancing with those angels and work your magic in seeing that our lottery numbers come in!

  12. Sue will always be remembered for her infectious smile and kindness. I too will remember her laughter on the dance floor in Saratoga last year. She made the NYS Credit Union World a better place! Condolences to all of her family, friends, and other colleagues. She’ll certainly be missed!!

  13. The twinkle in those big blue eyes and a smile that lit up every room she entered will be the way I forever remember my very special friend. To Sue’s family and friends, know that she touched so many hearts and inspired many, many acts of kindness while among us. She was always generous in sharing her heart of gold with the rest of the world and we are all better for having known this truly remarkable woman.

  14. You are my grandmother in law. I am the brother in law to Robert Raymond. Be very proud as Robert is one of the nicest guys I have ever known. I am proud to call him family. I am sure that I have, in part, yourself to thank…

  15. Your mom traveled through life leaving little pieces of herself for everyone she touched.
    She was not afraid to share her many talents, her time or her love, with those around her. When she gave, she gave freely and showed no mercy for those she thought were slackers. She set her expectations high for others and even higher for herself. I’ll miss her ‘Can do! ‘ pep talks and her wry sense of humor. I feel truly blessed to have been able to call her my friend. God bless you all. Kim

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