Susan Ann Austin, age 54, of Lawrenceville, died Saturday, June 5, 2010 at home with family and loved ones. Funeral services will be held at Wages and Sons on Monday, June 7, 2010. Visitation will be at 9:40 am and service immediately following with Pastor Grady Mosley offciating. Susan will be laid to rest at Gwinnett Memorial Park. Susan is survived by her husband of 36 years, Robert Austin; Michael AustinDeanna son; Jennifer Goodman Gary daughter; Brian Austin Candy son; grandchildren; Chris, Don, Jacob, Brandon, Emily and Matthew; her mother Nancy Walsh and brother Mark Baur. Susan travelled extensively with Robert during his military career and upon his retirement settled in Lawrenceville. Susan and Robert continued their travels and especially enjoyed there numerous trips to Hawaii together with their children. Susan worked at Russell Ridge Kroger for 15 years. Family has requested that in lieu of flowers all memorials be donated to Pancreatic Cancer Research

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  1. So Sorry for your loss. May you find peace and comfort in your wonderful memories of Sue. Thinking of you……Gayle

  2. The best Mom and Grandmother and friend anyone could ever hope to have. I miss you and will always love you

  3. Brian, Candy, Brandon, and Family:

    Words cannot even express our sorrow. May your memories give you strength in the days to come and years to follow. Always know, wherever you may go, no matter where you are, your mom will never be far away. She will always live on in your heart. May you take comfort in knowing an angel is watching over you.

    We love you guys and please know that we are here whenever you need us.

    God Bless,
    Lindsay and Wes

  4. Brian, Candy and family

    My deepest sympathy goes to each of you on the loss. You will be in my prayers that God will help comfort each of you during this time.

  5. To our dear friends Brian and Candy and also the entire Austin family, we would like to offer our deepest sympathy for the loss of your mom, wife, daughter and grandmother. May you hold her close in your hearts for always.
    “May you see God’s light on the path ahead
    When the road you walk is dark.
    May you always hear,
    Even in your hour of sorrow,
    The gentle singing of the lark.
    When times are hard may hardness
    Never turn your heart to stone,
    May you always remember
    when the shadows fall
    You do not walk alone.”

  6. Rob, I just learned of the funeral time/date, and cannot make it to support you and your family on such short notice. I want to express again my sorrow for your loss. Your wife is about my age, and your marriage has been a year or so longer than my own. So I know how difficult it must be to grieve over someone you love so deeply, and have shared so much history with thru the years. May you and your family always cherish her memory and legacy. May God provide strength and comfort in the challenging days ahead. If there is anything I can do to help, please let me know. May your family become stronger in their love and care for each other as I am sure Suan would wish for each of hers in the days and years ahead.

    Your friend and coworker, John

  7. Rob, we just learned of the funeral. I wish I could be there for you and your family, but am unable to on short notice. Just want to offer my condolences to you and your family during this most difficult time. If there is anything I can do, please let me know.

    God bless.

    Mark

  8. I will miss Susan greatly.She was a friend and good person to work with.My thoughts and prayers or with the family….

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Rob and all of your family. Sue was the most caring friend I ever knew and I know how she loved all of you dearly. We spent so many good times together and I will always cherish those moments. With sympathy, Sharon, Mike, Steve, Dennis and Jeff McEver

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