In Memory

Susan Fobear (Scorsone)

Susan Fobear (Scorsone)

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11/11/18 01:21 PM #1    

Carol Hanes (Smith)

per susan's obit:   She was born 1/28/1946 in Kalamazoo and passed away 10/13/2018 at Alexian Brothers Hospital in Elk Grove, Il at age 72.  Susan graduated from AHHS in 1964 then attended Michigan State University and graduated from the U of M with a Masters of Science in Dental Hyiene  She married Joseph L. Scorsone, Jr.Nov .9 1968.  they lived in Alaska for 3 years.  Susan was a dental hygienist for over 40 years and an active member of the Mi. Lawyers Auxiliary,   She loved to play golf.  Surviving are a son, Jeff and his wife Lisa Scorsone of Carol Stream, Il, her brother Robert Fobear Whitney, Tx.  

11/11/18 01:24 PM #2    

Carol Hanes (Smith)

Susan was in our girl scout troop and we were a close group, haviing a lot of fun learning crafts and lessons of life.  Also enjoying our camping trips.   We will all miss you but will see you again someday.  My mother (our scout leader ) remembers Susan fondly and was also sorry to hear of her death.

11/11/18 06:13 PM #3    

Linda Davis (Love)

Susan and I danced with Edwina Wright in Saginaw and we both graduated from Arthur Hill High School.

I loved seeing Susan at the last big AHHS Reunion in Saginaw.  We were friends.  I'm so sorry she has passed. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Linda Davis Love


11/13/18 09:29 AM #4    

Catherine Merlone (Maddigan)

I first met Sue in seventh grade at South School. There was a group that had been friends in grade school: Sue, Diane Martin, and Christine Martin, and I was lucky enough to join them and stay friends through Arthur Hill.  I remember Sue as being brave enough to enter all the talent contests at South.  She did a great rendation of Brenda Lee, singing her latest hit songs.  I moved away with college and then to Florida, and elsewhere, and lost track of their friendship until our 50th graduation reunion.  I think of that friendship often as a big plus, helping with the adjustments of growing up.  My thoughts and prayers go out to Sue's family.



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