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Sue Alloway, 82, passed away peacefully after a short illness on June 9, 2022, in Atlanta, Georgia. Sue was born in Yakima, Washington in 1940, the youngest of three siblings. Born Juanita Ann Hanington, she was quickly nicknamed Susie by her father and brothers. Sue lived much of her life in her beloved Pacific Northwest, but also lived in Columbia, Missouri and in numerous locations on the east coast until settling in Atlanta, Georgia in 2020. Shortly after moving to Atlanta in 2020, Sue was diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment but lived a full life with her cats that she so dearly loved. Sue was known for her sharp wit and humor which she never lost, even in her last days.
Sue is survived by her three children, Jennifer (Robert), Jill (Bryan) and Tyler (Denise); her grandchildren, Haley, Mathew, Madison, Jeb and Annie; her former husband, Brooks Andrews; multiple nieces and nephews and two sisters-in-law, Betty Hanington and Margaret Hanington. She is predeceased by her husband Joseph Alloway and her two brothers Robert Hanington and John Hanington.
Sue’s ashes will be interred with her husband Joe’s ashes at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, Georgia. A family graveside service will be held on August 2, 2022, followed by a celebration for friends and family starting at 3:30 PM, 2007 Tuxedo Ave NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30307.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Integrated Memory Care Clinic at Emory University, where she received amazing care for the last two and one-half years of her life.
Kathleen Sands Fardeen says
Dear Jill, Tyler and Jennifer – This is such a lovely photo of your mom – the sparkle in her eyes is such a great reflection of her sense of mischief and fun! May you each carry that sparkle in your hearts, as a reminder of her, and share it with the rest of the world, so that her spark may live on through you!
Karla Clark says
Jill -my condolences to you and your family. I have such sweet memories of my time spent with Sue. She always made me laugh and was always so kind to me. I was lucky to know her and have her daughter as my friend. Love you!
Jil Dippel says
Jill- what a beautiful picture of your Mom! My memories of her are priceless!! What fun and laughter we shared over the years! Our trip to Florida was a special time in my life!!
My thoughts and prayers are with you, Tyler and Jenifer and your entire families!!
Tan Lemon says
To my extended family. No words can express the feelings and all the love felt for Mom Sue. I can truly say she was a blessing and a jewel being in my life. Her big heart and sense of humor will be missed the most. Truly a heaven sent Angel. Love her with my whole heart. Praying for strength and peace for the family Much❤️ Tanya and family.
Lorie Jeanne and Harper says
Sending love and light to you Jill, Brian, Annie and Jeb.
Jackie Blanton says
Dear. Jill. Tyler, and Jennifer, I will always love Sue, and cherish the memories of her as one of mr dearest friends especially the Columbia years. Love to all of you, Jackie
K Zimmerman says
Jill- the CASA Program & I would like to extend our condolences to you and your family at this time. We know that your Mom’s beautiful & fond memories will be cherished by you all. Thank you for allowing us to know her through you. We are here for you, if you ever need anything. ❤