Born On: July 26, 1948

Passed On: August 12, 2019

Sue M. Taylor

Sue M. Taylor, age 71 was born on July 26, 1948 in Muskegon, Michigan to the late Leon and Delores (Langler) Foltynewicz and passed away at home on Monday, August 12, 2019. Sue was preceded in death by her husband of 51 ½ years, Jack Taylor. Survivors includer her son, Tom (Carolyn) Taylor; five grandchildren, Courtney and Kirk, Jared, Alyssa and Alexis; two great-grandchildren, Noah and Nora; daughter-in-law, Amanda Taylor; sisters, Pat (Kurt) Linderman, Linda (Jim) Lewis, Cathy (Randy) Brenny, Theresa VanLue; brothers, Steve Foltynewicz, Leo (Debbie) Foltynewicz, John Foltynewicz; brother-in-law, Marvin (Darlene) Taylor; several nieces and nephews; and her beloved dog, Louie.  Along with her parents, and husband Jack, Sue was preceded in death by a son, Jack G. Taylor; brother, Jimmie Foltynewicz and brother-in-law, Rick VanLue. Sue was an avid BINGO player who enjoyed spending time with her sisters on Casino trips. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren.  She was a longtime member of Grace Christian Reformed Church.  According to her wish’s cremation has taken place and a Memorial Service will be held at Bridge Bible Church—North Campus, 3777 Holton Road, (located behind Dalton Baptist Church) North Muskegon, on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Marvin Wassink and Pastor Robby Richardson officiating.  Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the Life Circles, 560 Seminole Road, Muskegon, Michigan 49444 or Shriners Children’s Hospital.

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Visitation Information


Bridge Bible Church---North Campus
3777 Holton Road, North Muskegon, Michigan 49445
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Date: Saturday, August 17, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Memorial Service Information


Bridge Bible Church--North Campus
3777 Holton Road, North Muskegon, Michigan 49445
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Date: Saturday, August 17, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM

9 thoughts on “Sue M. Taylor

  1. Heather Cook

    Susie Q!! You were a force of nature! Your spirit and bright light shone happiness and love on all those who came within your orbit. I will be forever inspired by your grit, resilience, and straight from the heart laughter. You taught me by example what it means to rise above the adversity life sometimes throws at us. Beyond that, you also made me feel special every single time we spoke, FaceBooked, or had the chance for a hug and chat in person. I will miss you immensely but know that God has reserved a special place right by his side for you. See you on the other side, love! xoxox
    -Your Hezzer and Stella Bella Cinderella

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  2. Kayra Albright

    Heaven gained an amazing woman! The day I met you I didn’t feel like I was going to work I felt like I was going to a family members house. You greeted me with so much love and made me feel at home! I am going to miss our 2am chocolate splurges you always knew how to cheer me up! I am beyond grateful to have met you! American warrior will never be the same! I know you are at peace now and dancing in the sky! I will never forget you and your smile! Rest easy my friend! Prayers to your family❤️ Love ya until we meet again

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  3. Suzan Cook

    You were the only sister I had in my life. Words fail at such a time as this. What can express how deeply you were beloved? How you had nothing but open arms for others? Words fail to tell how much love you emanated, and the love that shone? Your essence was love and that will always shine through the many, many people you touched.
    You fought like a warrior for every ounce of life in the face of hardships, a plethora of illnesses, the derision of those who were critical of the disabled. You stood up for “the little guy.”
    What a great baker and kitchen wonder you were! And how very happy you were to make Tom his birthday cake…all of us unknowing God’s call was coming in a few hours. That was simply you…a giver even up to God’s invitation home. I just picture a little campfire on a chilly fall night, and you and Jack with Jackie along with dozens of family sitting around sharing jokes/laughs and simply telling our Lord of the love and happiness He shared with all of us.
    Until we meet again I will try to be like you and show others love, just as you always have done. Thank you my precious Sue. Words fail.

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  4. Brenda Neuman

    Momma Sue
    So many great memories you have left for me to cherish. Danielle and I were discussing the annual Easter egg hunts, you generously hosted. The baking you and I would do. Momma Sue, you made the best of the life you had AND for that you are a huge inspiration to me. You had nicknames for everyone. You made me a better person just knowing you. Jackie would say that about my dad and I can say that about you.!!! Love you. -Brenski

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  5. Roger Dexter

    Aunt Sue you and Uncle Jack were always more like my other mom and dad. Going to miss you, sorry I didn’t stay in touch as much as I should have.

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  6. Leo/Deb Foltynewicz

    Our loving sister will be missed and thought of often. Rest In Peace 💜
    Until we meet again sweet Susie 💜

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  7. Danielle Gilleo

    I’m guna miss your SMILE!!! It was infectious. You were always so happy and eager to know about life putside of yours. I’m guna miss seeing you and bringing you those strawberry shakes of yours. Give everyone a hug for me up there. I love you! Sending love to your family as well.

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  8. Cindy

    There is no words to describe such a Beautiful Woman! You have always been a ( second) Mother to me! I have been truly Blessed! I’m happy for you to be out of the pain 😊 until we meet again 🌹🌻💕

    Love you ❤ Cindy ( Spier) Gilleo

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