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Susan Walker Marshall

January 24, 1963 June 23, 2020
Susan Walker Marshall
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Obituary for Susan Walker Marshall

Susan Walker Marshall, 57, passed away suddenly on June 23rd, in her home in Walled Lake, Michigan.

The Funeral Service will be a Private Memorial, due to the Covid restrictions. A Celebration of Life will be held at Hiram Sims Park in mid-August. All friends and family are welcome to attend.
Sue was born in Royal Oak, Michigan on Jan 24th, 1963. She graduated from Groves High School, Birmingham, Michigan where she lived with her family. She continued her education to become a nail technician. Her love of dogs was her passion and she was able to peruse that by caring for many, many dogs over the years.

She married Edward Marshall on her 24 birthday, January 24th, 1987. They were happily married for 33 years.

Sue loved nature. She enjoyed going for long walks and riding her bike, most of the time with her dog Lucy. She had a talent for gardening. Her back yard was always beautiful and mostly in bloom all summer.

Sue will be remembered by her fun loving spirit, active lifestyle and the way she cared for others. Always a smile, always a cheerful hello.

Sue is survived by husband Ed Marshall, granddaughter Annabella Marshall, brother Scott Walker, niece Leigha Walker, Kristina Vaughan, Katherine Blackburn, nephew Randy Walker, Rick Marshall and other family and friends.

Sue is preceded in death by father Gordon Walker, mother June Walker and brother Steve Walker and stepson Edward Anthony Marshall.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Walled Lake Parks and Rec for planting flowers throughout the city by the Beautification Committee. 1499 E. West Maple, Walled Lake 48390.


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