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Suzanne Mary StewartSuzanne Mary Stewart passed away Monday, October 25, 2021. Suzanne was born September 26, 1949. The daughter of John and Bonnie Ellinger. She worked many years with her parents at Dean’s Ice Cream in Plainwell. Later in life she was employed at an accounting office. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She enjoyed playing cards, bowling, and golf. Surviving is husband Bill; sons, John and Will; grandchildren, Lexia and Oliver; sister, Sandy Lynch and partner Gery Bently; niece Tanya and nephew Dan. Cremation has taken place, there will be no funeral. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Dan Lynch Nov 4 2021 3:12 PM
Suzanne had such an awesome competitive spirit, whether it be at bowling, playing cards or living her life her own way. I will be forever grateful that I knew her and was able to be her friend. She will be greatly missed.
Betty McNinch Nov 2 2021 6:21 PM
Hello Bill, Must be what I wrote several hours ago got lost in the black hole, so will try again. I was so sorry to learn about Suzanne. I had no idea she was ever sick. I remember her way back to enjoying being a Brownie & Girl Scouts with her in grade school. Recall when she even had to have an appendectomy too. That made a significant impression on me. She was this petite, thin, fair skinned girl who easily laughed and was a good sport. I am so sorry for you & your familys loss. Be kind and gentle with yourselves as you navigate this unwanted and unasked for path of grief. As your former classmate am sure others will be keeping you & your family in our hearts and prayers. Sincerely, Mrs. Jim Hewitt. (Patti Khodl)
Patti Hewitt Oct 27 2021 10:07 PM
She would go to dance class, then teach me what she learned in her basement. Great memory.
Rita Honeysett Oct 27 2021 9:24 PM
I have known Suzanne and hubby Bill for over 45 years. Suzanne was an icon to the bowling world in Kalamazoo Area. She was a good bowler herself and she loved to share in the many glories of Bill's bowling. She truly enjoyed being at the lanes and had so many friends. She was a fun, witty and a joy to be around. My wife Maggie and I traveled to many locations around the country with Suzanne & Bill. What good times we had! I want Bill, sons John and Will to know we and so many others are thinking of you during this sad time!!
George Paynich Oct 27 2021 5:48 PM
we remeber playing cards with bill and suzanne , we play pass our son which was a baby the opposite way of the deal , but when it came to bill turn it was who every was next to bill ,,
Art Earl Oct 27 2021 5:23 PM
I met Suzanne when our husbands were bowling in the same league. Over the years we joined them as they bowled in the ABC Nationals and enjoyed our time together visiting, watching our guys bowl and seeing a good deal of the country. In recent years Suzanne and I were always partners beating "the boys" in Uno and dominoes. She was great fun and I am going to miss those evenings of dinner, games and laughter. Rest in peace dear friend.
Maggie Paynich Oct 27 2021 5:14 PM
I met Suzanne when our kids were young. We spent many weekends in bowling alleys watching the kids bowl, and Suzanne and i bowled in a woman's league. I have a lot of special memories of Suzanne and Bill. we lost touch over the years, as I moved away from the area. Sending hugs and prayers to Bill, John and William. Know that she is watching over all of you and is no longer suffering. Karen Burnell Krajecki
Karen Krajecki Oct 27 2021 2:11 PM
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Bill Stewart Oct 27 2021 11:26 AM
Sending hugs and prayers to Bill and the boys. Suzanne was a wonderful lady and I am glad I got to know all of you. Jacquie Fillmore
Jacquie Fillmore Oct 27 2021 11:14 AM