Susan Eddy

Obituary of Susan C. Eddy

Susan Cooper Eddy passed away peacefully at her home in Albion on April 27, 2020. She was born on August 5, 1922 to the Samuel A. and Dorothy H. (Shisler) Cooper. She was raised in Brighton, NY. Sue married Arthur B. “Dick” Eddy on November 16, 1946. They were married for 64 years until Dick’s passing in 2011. Upon marrying Dick, Sue moved to Albion and quickly immersed herself in the community. Sue served the America Red Cross for many years through its Service to Military Families and Water Safety programs. She was a 71 year member of the First Presbyterian Church of Albion and served the church in many ways over the years. Additionally, Sue volunteered at the former Arnold Gregory Memorial Hospital. Sue and her husband loved to travel. They traveled throughout the U.S. and internationally. Sue was an avid card player and enjoyed summers at the family cottage at Oak Orchard On-The-Lake in Carlton, NY. In addition to her parents and husband, Sue was predeceased by her sister Mary C. Wagner and twin brother Samuel A. Cooper Jr. She is survived by her daughters Cristen C. (Maurice) Haltom of Ithaca, NY, Susan K. “Kim” (Richard) Remley of Albion and Anne B. (Bruce) Beaty of Greenwich CT. She is survived by seven grandchildren - Jhakeem (Christina) Haltom, Ajemo (Javail) Haltom and Rebecca (James) Furman; Andrew (Gretchen Kreutz) Remley and Samuel Remley; and Susan (Emmett Fitzgerald) and Sidney (Andrew Lowe) Beaty. Sue is survived by six great grandchildren - Orion and Luma Haltom; and Amina, Benjamin, Grace and Amos Haltom. Additionally, Sue is survived by two sisters-in-law Catherine Schwyn and Joan Brennan as well as nieces and nephews. Due to current public health concerns, a memorial service in celebration of Sue’s life will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Albion on a later date (to be announced). Internment will be private at Mt. Albion Cemetery. Donations in memory of Sue may be made to the First Presbyterian Church of Albion, 29 East State St. Albion NY 14411. Arrangements for Sue have been entrusted to the Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc.
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