Margaret “Sue” Chandler age 82 of Stone Mountain passed away March 11, 2015. She was preceded in death by her daughter Sue Ann Chandler and is survived by her husband of 62 years Ralph H. Chandler; children, Sharon Ann Boyd and her husband Mark, Miami, FL, Synthia Ann Sway and her husband Maury, Snellville, Scott Arthur Chandler, Ripon, CA; grandchildren, Stacey, Stefanie, Arthur, Martin, Veronica, Thomas, Stephen, Jolene, Laura, Timothy; great grandchildren, Christopher, Michael, Esabella, Xavier, Tyler, Conner, Chandler, Derick. Sue was a Majorette at New Smyrna High School and a Teacher at Pineda Elementary School in Cocoa, FL. She was a Girl Scout leader for 8 years, active in the Smoke Rise Garden Club, Shrine Daughters of the Nile, Tucker Shrine Ladies and American Legion Auxiliary Loganville #223. Sue was an Artist and loved painting and making porcelain dolls. She never met a stranger and had a very outgoing personality. A Memorial Service Celebrating her life will be held Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 2:00 P.M. at Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel. Pastor Caleb Clarke will officiate. The family will receive friends one hour before the service, 1 PM at Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel 1040 Main St. Stone Mountain. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Sue’s memory to Yaarab Shrine Hospital Fund 400 Ponce De Leon Ave. Atlanta, GA 30308.

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  1. My Brother and Dear Friend Ralph,

    May G-d keep her soul close to his heart. She will be missed by all of us. Be well my Brother, we are always here to comfort you.

    Frank

  2. Ralph:
    So sorry to hear this news. Take care of yourself. Through experance things will be better as time goes on. God bless you and your family. Praying for all
    Charles H.

  3. We are so very sorry for your loss. We were so fond of Sue, and we will miss her. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. Brother Ralph, So sorry to here of your loss, and I know The Lord will keep you and your Family Close, and be there with You always by your side when you ask Him, and you know Sue is sitting by His Side !!! So my Family with be Praying for You and Your Family, You both were Wonderful Friend, and You both always had a Friendly Smile 🙂 !

  5. Sue, was one of our Dearest friends, we were in Girl Scouts as a Leader and had lots of Fun, loved the girls in Cocoa, Florida., then we have made visits, and trips together and we will allways keep those precious good memories, Praying, for You Ralph and Family at this time we love you, May God Bless You .

  6. WB Ralph & family ,
    So sorry for your loss…
    Sue was indeed a special lady.
    She always greeted me with such a sweet smile and disposition . She will be missed .

  7. To the Chandler Family:
    Our deepest condolences to all. Sue was one of my first friends when we moved to Cocoa and she will be sorely missed..

  8. To the Chandler family

    We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Sue will be missed by all who were
    fortunate to know her.

  9. I will miss our trips to the thrift stores while in macon. She was a great lady and a wonderfull friend. You take care and if you need anything call me if just to talk. Love Betty

  10. We send our condolences for your loss. Treasure and remember the good times because they are priceless. Your mother was a great lady and will be missed by all who knew her. Let us know if we could be of assistance. With all our love.

  11. We send our condolences to you. Remember the good times as they are priceless memories. Your mother was a great lady and will be missed by all who knew her. If you need anything let us know. With all our love

  12. To all the Chandler’s. So many years have passed since you all moved away. Remembering Sue coming over daily for coffee with mom. She was a bright and spirited person and that I will never forget. Thoughts and prayers to you all for the loss of your mom and wife. R.I.P. Sue.

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