Susan Scheetz

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July 25, 1947 - November 6, 2014

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Visition

Wednesday, November 12th from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m.

Service

Thursday, November 13th at 10:30 a.m. St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church

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SCHEETZ


Susan Schorr-Scheetz was born in Columbus, Ohio July 25, 1947. She passed from this life on November 6, 2014 from natural causes after a hard fought battle with cancer. She was the office manager at Tri-County Injury & Rehab Center and a member of St. Paul the Apostle Parish. She was involved in many groups within her community and is deeply loved and missed by all who enjoyed her kindness and true devotion. Susie was the youngest child of Harold S. and Rita O’Dea Schorr; sister to Jim and Dick. Susie was a mother to Michael, Brian and Meghan: grandmother to Madison and Jaden Schneider and widow to Joseph H. Scheetz. Family will receive friends 2-4pm & 6-8pm on Wednesday, November 12th at MORELAND FUNERAL HOME -55 East Schrock Road, Westerville, Ohio. Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, November 13th at 10:30am at St. Paul the Apostle Parish – 313 N. State Street, Westerville, Ohio. Rev. Fr. David E. Gwinner, celebrant. Interment St. Joseph’s Cemetery – 6440 S. High Street, Lockbourne, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, Susie requested donations to a cause of your choice.


Condolences

ernest kittel - Nov 13, 2014

We were so sorry to hear of Susan’s passing. We are keeping you all in our prayers. We’re sorry we are unable to attend services. May you find comfort with the love of those around you.

David Koob - Nov 9, 2014

While I was not part of Susie’s circle of friends, I knew her enough to say “HI” in passing. She was always friendly and usually had a smile for everyone. We will keep you and Susie in our prayers.
Dave Koob, Watterson ’65

Keri Cook - Nov 8, 2014

Susie, will be greatly missed. She was so funny and down to earth. My thoughts and prayers go out to Susie and her family. Peace and Love, Keri (member of Bereavment Ministry, St Paul’s Church.

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