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Sue Duvall, 83, of Fountain City, passed away on Saturday, October 2.
She was born Beverly Sue Hill on November 22, 1937 in Wayne County, Indiana to Harold & Martha E. Cox Hill. She married Bob Duvall on June 9, 1968. They were blessed with 2 children.
Sue was a faithful member of the Arba Friends Church, where she enjoyed leading the singing, teaching Sunday School and serving as Treasurer for 50 years. She also had a deep love for family who will be remembered as a great cook.
Sue enjoyed a career in administration. She served 16 years at Wallace Metal Products in Richmond before taking a position at Astral Industries in Lynn, where she retired in January 2018 as Payroll Administrator after 30 years of service.
Sue will be missed by her husband, Bob, daughter & son-in-law, Michelle & Eric Fields; son & daughter-in-law, Randy & Jenny Duvall; 6 grandchildren, Miranda Smith, Randy “Bub” Duvall, Jr., Eric Fields, Jr., Alexis Null, Chancellor Fields and Zachary Duvall; 9 great-grandchildren; sisters, Joan Nicholson and her husband, Jim, Karen Hicks and her husband, Mike, and Brenda Hill and her companion, Helen Clemens; brothers, Dan Hill and his wife, Gloria, Duane Hill and his wife, Joyce, Bob Hill and his wife, Susan, and Rex Hill; and many nieces & nephews.
Sue was preceded in death by her parents.
A Memorial Ceremony will be conducted at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 16, at the Arba Friends Church, 10632 South Arba Pike.
Family and friends may gather for visitation from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, October 16, at the church.
Memorial contributions may be sent to the Arba Friends Church, 10632 Arba Pike, Lynn, IN 47355.
The Smith-McQuiston & Webster Funeral Home, Fountain City, is assisting with funeral arrangements.
Sue and I go back a long way. I knew her in high school although we didn't graduate from the same high school. I was able to chat with her when she worked for Astral because I worked for the bank, located in the Astral building, She had such a sweet, Christian nature and I loved visiting with her. I will miss her. Prayers and thoughts for the family.
Sharon Kenworthy Oct 5 2021 12:00 AM
Oh grandma, where do I even begin? There are not enough words to describe the kind of woman you have been. You are truly one of a kind. I know you made it to the Top of Gods list to Heaven. You were an absolute Angel on earth. Grandma, I will miss your singing. I will miss doing your makeup, and singing hymns with you. I cherish the memories I made with you growing up. I cherish the memories I made with you as an adult. I cherish the bond we strengthened even in these last years. You never missed a ball game, a choir concert, a birthday party, a holiday, church, or even a day of work! You were passionate about all things you loved. Most importantly, you were passionate about your family. I never doubted if you loved me. You displayed love in all of your actions, and you made sure to tell me how much you loved me. You fed me, clothed me, soothed me in the night as a child. Your love has been so great. I sure do aspire to be the mother, wife, grandmother, and person you have been. Ill miss your eggs, banana bread, stuffing, corn casserole, mint chocolate cake, and way too many more to list. Grandma, I hope Heaven is all you imagined and more. Ill love you forever. Thank you for everything. I love you so much.
Alexis Oct 5 2021 12:00 AM
I had the pleasure of knowing Sue through our Mary Kay career. She always had a smile and I am blessed to have known her and Bob. Prayers for your family at this difficult time.
Jean Pugh Oct 4 2021 12:00 AM