Obituary of Susan L. Mayo-Smith
Webster, NY - Sue was born on April 5, 1962 in Tonawanda, NY. After a long illness, she passed away peacefully on October 22, 2022, in the arms of her husband, and is now in the presence of her Savior. Sue made it her life’s ministry to share God with everyone she came in contact with, through telling her story. She is survived by her devoted husband, Floyd M. Smith, her loving daughter, Alexandra L. Mayo, her sister Diana (Long), brother, Lynn (Edgecomb), nieces, nephews and many close friends.
Sue graduated from Houghton College with her Bachelor’s in Business, and completed her Masters in Elementary Education at the University at Buffalo. She taught in the Webster School District, and then spent many years working in Internet Marketing. She was an avid bird watcher, gardener, seamstress and devoted follower of Christ. Sue saw the beauty in everyone and everything and gave thanks for every struggle or burden that came her way, because she knew God’s blessing would be on the other side of the struggle. She had a gift for making people laugh and was loved by all who met her. Sue radiated joy, even through her pain. Her legacy is not simply a life lived, but through telling her story and modeling Christ’s love, she has led many people into a deeper relationship with Christ. She would want this legacy to continue in her earthly absence.
Sue’s Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, November 6, 2022 at 2:00 PM at Browncroft Community Church, 2530 Browncroft Blvd., Rochester, NY, 14625. The service will also be available via livestream at browncroft.org. Immediately following the service there will be a reception and opportunity to share personal memories of Sue.
Sue asked that in lieu of flowers, donations would be sent to UR HomeCare Hospice. Donations can be sent to UR HomeCare Hospice at 300 E. River Road, Box 278996, Rochester, NY 14627.
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