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Suzena V. Williams
Suzena V. WilliamsSuzena V. Williams age 80 of Richwood, died Thursday afternoon March 25, 2010 at the Memorial Hospital in Marysville, she was born March 4, 1930 in Ghent, West Virginia to the late Oscar and Sue (Griffith) Bowling, she was also predeceased by 2 brothers and 2 sisters

She had worked for Stouffer’s Restaurants in Cleveland and Ft. Lauderdale, retiring after over 30 yrs of service

Surviving is 1 daughter: Susan Harrell of Akron. Grandchildren: David (Nichole) Weigand  of Richwood and their children: Sara and Jacob, Tim (Denise) Weigand of Richwood and their Children: Steven and Brandon and Scott (Jennifer)Weigand of Columbus and their daughter Victoria
Also surviving is 1 sister: LaBetta  (Kenneth) Lilly of Beaver, West Virginia

Funeral Services will be held Tuesday March 30, 2010 at 11:00 am at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home in Richwood, where Friends may call Monday from 5-7 pm, Pastor Matt Craig will officiate, burial will follow in the Claibourne Cemetery

Memorial gifts may be made to the R.E.A.P at 235 Grove St. Richwood, Ohio 43344

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#1 from: Dianna Pack-Keegan
lakewood, ohio 44107
Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 8:53 PM

She taught me a lot about being a hair dresser, I would watch her as a kid and be amazed.  I have so many memories of her.  There is 37 years of things and memories to say.  She could be the core of our jokes as we got older and she didn't get mad, There was only one Mowa and always will be.  She was like a granny to me.  Dave, Tim and Scott we were raised together the 3 of you are like my brothers and Susi, I've always looked up to you.  I love all of you and I look at you all as family and I hope that never changes.



#2 from: Frances Beard
Lorain, Ohio
Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 12:27 PM

I can say alot about Mawa is was and always be in my heart. When I had her great grandson Steven she would come and get him to go to McDonalds just to let him play in playland when he was younger. She was a big part in both mine and Steven's life. I even remember she would let Steven ride his Power Wheel Moter Cycle in her Apartment. Oh how she loved Steven she would call him my boy and when ever she would call to get him she would say is my boy ready and I would say yes he is. Steven would always be looking out the window for his Mawa to pull up in the driveway, and when Steven would see her he would run out the door with the biggest smile on his face and give her the biggest hug ever. Thank you for being the best great grandmother for my son. I will always love you and miss you and I will keep you in my heart. It hard to believe that you are gone. My prays go out to her family. I feel that everyone needs to have a Mawa like this she will truely be missed by everyone that knows her she was so loving and careing she was the best. We will miss you very much!

Love
Frances Beard and Family






#3 from: Sherry Bowling Cox
Kingsport, TN
Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 12:55 PM

Susan, Mom & I are sad to hear of the death of your mother and our cousin.  Suzena and my Dad, Jesse Clyde Bowling, were first cousins; Dad died in 2005.  I'd just been talking with LaBetta about our upcoming family reunion when I learned of her illness.  I remember your Mom very well, as she often visited my grandparents (Paris & Lillie Bowling) - she also gave me a couple of awesome haircuts!  
Just wanted you and your family to know that we are thinking of you.  Email me later if you'd like any information on our reunion.  Love & prayers, Sherry & Ruth



#4 from: Patty and Earl
lakewood, ohio 44107
Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 12:17 PM

I will miss her dearly.  She was part of my family, since I never had one until I married Earl.  She treated my girls as though they were her grandkids and my grandkids she treated them the same way.  She was a big part of our lives just as Susi and the boys, I feel so bad I didn't make it down to see her sooner.  She will be dearly missed.



#5 from: Alice Gladys
Brecksville, Ohio
Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 7:39 AM

Susan and Family:  
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom.  Please accept my deepest sympathy and sincere support in your time of grief.  The loss of a parent at any age is very difficult to accept. Know that she will always love you and appreciate all you did for her.  She is in a better place and no longer suffering.  Take comfort in knowing that your friends are holding you in their thougths and prayers.  May your memories of her, all be memories for you to treasure forever.  
With deepest sympathy,
Alice Gladys  




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#8 from: Joel D Weigand
Cleveland
Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 10:53 AM

My condolences to the family and friends of Suzena, She was generous and caring to all those around her. May she rest peacefully until her next endeavor.




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