Suzy Martin (Brown) Sheahan, age 93, of Bowling Green, passed away March 5, 2014 at her daughter’s home.
Funeral services were held at 10 a.m., Monday, March 10, at the Mudd-Veach Funeral Home in Bowling Green, with Rev. Gail Aurand officiating. Burial was in the Green Lawn Cemetery in Bowling Green. Visitation was held from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m., Sunday, March 9, at the funeral home.
Suzy was born the daughter of Walter Wack and Betty Ann Grable Martin in Bowling Green. She married Fritz Brown and after his passing married Larry Sheahan.
Survivors include one son Harold Brown and wife Penny of Bowling Green; five daughters Betsy Wilkinson of Louisiana, Helen Crew and husband Walt of Bowling Green, Margaret Kaden of Bowling Green, Karen Parker and husband Cliff of Grass Valley, Calif., Robyn Stearns and husband David of Prospect, Ore.; Eighteen grandchildren; thirty five great-grandchildren; eight great-great grandchildren; four brothers Frank Martin and wife Doris of Big Sandy, Texas, Charles Martin and wife Marie of Bowling Green, Edward Martin of Calif., Larry Martin and wife Brenda of Eolia; two sisters Helen Johnson of Eolia, Margie Jones and husband Charles of Sun City, Ariz. She was preceded in death by both her husbands, a son Fred Brown Jr., daughter Rachel; brothers Homer Martin and Ray Martin.
Suzy lived in Bowling Green all her life and was a baptized member of Providence Presbyterian Church in Vera. She worked at Bobbie Brooks and Bridal Originals, and was a member of the Pikers Red Hatters, Vera Hill and Hollow Club, and the VFW Ladies Auxillary. Suzy was a doll collector, and enjoyed designing and making bears, crocheting, growing African Violets, painting oil and pastel paintings, growing rose and iris flower beds, sewing and above all loved cooking. She was known for her berry pies and homemade rolls.
Serving as pallbearers were Joe Brown, Daniel Dolash, Dalton Dolash, Michael VanRossum, David Wilkinson and Tommie Wilkinson.
The family would like to thank Pike County Home Health and Hospice for their great love and care to Suzy and their family. The family requests that memorials may be made to Pike County Home Health and Hospice.
On-line condolences may be left at www.muddveach.com.