Susan Lynne Townsend

Susan Lynne Townsend, age 55, of Talmo passed away Friday, May 10, 2019.  Susan loved her family.  She loved being a mother and grandmother.  She was a wonderful baker and enjoyed going to the beach.  Survivors include her husband of 30 years Andrew Steve Townsend; daughters Shannon Townsend, Samantha Townsend and Sarah Townsend all of Talmo; sisters Nancy LaRoche and husband Phillip of VA Beach Jane Williamson and husband Bob of Cartersville and Robin Bristow and husband Neal of VA Beach; sister-in-law Denise Maynard and husband Allen of Lawrenceville; grandchildren Bella Sosa and Andrew Sosa and a host of other relatives.  She is preceded in death by her parents Richard and Dorothy Cole Stevens.  Memorial services will be held 7:00 pm Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.  Montie Ray Robinson will be officiating.  Interment cremation.  The family will receive friends 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Saturday, May 18, 2019 at the funeral home.  Arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home, 4532 Hwy 53, Hoschton, GA, 30548, www.lawsonfuneralhome.org, 706-654-0966.

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8 thoughts on “Susan Lynne Townsend”

  1. Wow so sorry to hear this..I worked with Susan at Lapetite Ecole and have stayed in touch with her through Face book…prayers for you all🙏

  2. I met Susan at North Jackson Elementary School we we’re both older Mom’s so we clicked right away. Our kids Karleigh & Sarah became BFF’S in kindergarten right off the bat. I enjoyed spending time with Susan. In 3rd grade Karleigh & Sarah we’re separated they didn’t have any classes together. The girls were having a hard time being separated. Susan & I communicated through texting or Facebook to get these girls together. We met at McDonald’s after school both girls were so excited. Susan & I have stayed in contact through Facebook since we moved. One thing I know she loved her family and the Bulldog’s. I will miss her.❤️

  3. I went to Middle and High schools with Susan. She was always smiling and spunky. She had a very kind soul with a big, loving heart. We lost touch after graduation. We reconnected on Facebook a number of years ago and I have enjoyed her posts, watching her family grow in the photos she posted and her all around happiness and love towards her family and friends.
    Susan, you will be missed by so many.
    Thoughts and prayers for her friends and family.
    Love you my dear, dear friend.

  4. Dear Susan , I love you my little sister , with all my heart!!!! I will really miss you!!!! I can’t believe you are gone and so soon! You are in the very best of hands now – as mom always said!!!! Tell mom and daddy hello up there ,and I look forward to seeing you again one day !!!!!!With much love, Robin🥰 xoxoxo

  5. I’ve known Susan since our Poe Intermediate days. We became life-long friends. Susan had a big heart and always thought of others before herself. She loved her husband, daughters, and grandchildren…They were her life. Susan and I had not seen each other for the last several years, but kept in touch. Whenever we would talk on the phone it was like no time had passed. I will miss you so much Susan! As we used to say to each other…”Love you and missus you”…always, my friend.

  6. My wife, my friend and the mother of our children I knew when I first saw you on the plane 30 years ago that you were the one. Just as you knew even before we had our first date by the fact I stayed on the phone with you all night while you were watching your neighbors children just to keep you calm because you had gotten spooked by noises outside. We made so many great memories together and still had more to make, I still cannot believe you are gone it is so hard to believe. I will always and forever love you.

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