BISHOP, Elizabeth Suellen
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Elizabeth Suellen Bishop (Susie), 61, of Marietta, Ga., became one of God’s Angels on Monday, April 15, 2013, while vacationing with her family in Miramar Beach, Fla. She lost her battle with melanoma. Susie was born in Atlanta, raised in Mountain Park, and lived in Marietta with husband, Lanier A. Bishop Jr. (Larry) and their much-loved canines, mixed breed, Denali and Cocker Spaniel, Bella. If you ever met Susie, you had at least one friend; she never met anyone she did not like or did not remember. Her telephone has 590 contacts and she knew them all. A member of East Cobb United Methodist Church where she had been a choir member Agape class member, co-ed softball organizer, and senior citizen’s dinner leader. Also a lover of music and a member of the Coal Guild of Atlanta performing as far away as Sydney, Australia. Sue was an Assistant Vice President at Lockheed Georgia Employees Federal Credit Union in charge of the call center. She had a lifelong career in banking and financial data processing. In 43 years she had worked at First Georgia Bank, First Financial Management Corp, FITCH Systems, Open Solutions, and the Lockheed Georgia Employees Federal Credit Union. Graduating from Roswell High School in 1970 and while living in Mountain Park where she was a lifelong member of Mountain Park’s Sunday school. At Roswell High she was a member of the band and a majorette. She was a very active mother to her two and other’s children. At Druid Hills UMC she was the children’s choir director and the church’s daycare school liaison. She coached and managed softball teams at Sandy Plans Softball Association and was a coach and official with East Side Youth Track Club for several years. Also, as a band parent at Walton High School, she chaperoned the band on a trip to NYC to participate in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Always involved, she also chaperoned the band’s trips to LaGrange College for camp. Susie is survived by her loving husband and children, Rachel Bishop Modugno and her husband, Matthew Modugno; and grandson, Wesley Lanier Modugno of Powder Springs; Capt. Lanier Bishop III (Tripp), USMC serving at the Marine Air Station in Beaufort SC.; as well as two living siblings, brother, Ted Hall of Atlanta and sister, Dolores Hall of Dawsonville; mother-in-law, Vivian Spinks Bishop; and brother-in-law, Jeffery Spinks Bishop living in Marietta. The family will receive friends in the sanctuary at East Cobb United Methodist Church, 2325 Roswell Road, Marietta, at 12 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, 2013. A celebration of her life will follow at 2 p.m. There will not be a burial as Susie wished to be cremated. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, a donation be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation at 3525 Piedmont Road Northeast Bldg. 6, Suite 300 Atlanta GA 30305, or online at JDRF.org. You may share your memories and condolences with the family at www.daviswatkins.com.
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miranda williams
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April 22, 2013
I worked with Susie here at LGE and was one of the first people to get to know her and I have to say, she was by far one of the best supervisor's

I have ever had the priviledge to work with. I respected and admired her as a person and as a Boss. She did so much for us here in the call center in the year she was with us and I will never forget the kindness and repore she had with all of us. Susie and I had the same birthday and had alot in common she often referred to me that we were "kindred spirits". I have to tell you that I am so sorry for your loss and our loss b/c

she not only changed our call center but truly cared for all of us and our well being. I want to tell you about what she did for me personnaly one day. One day I was working in the call center and became very light headed and sick she kept asking me questions to see if I was having a stroke she even told me that was what she was looking for. She stayed with me until my husband got here to take me to the hospital. The next day she called me to check on me and brought our mascot Dollar Dog and a bouquet of flowers to cheer me up. She took my picture and I was so surprised she took the time to visit me and cared so much that she made a special trip just to let me know how much she cared. I know from conversations with her that she truley adored her family and talked about how special all of you were to her. She often showed me pictures of her family and would tell me stories and she always smiled especially

when her grandson Wesley was born she would always would light up when I asked about him.

I truley will miss Susie and I want to express my deepest sympathy to you her family. I have a video I made at Christmas of Susie playing her flute with the call center singing. I showed this to her and she wanted me to send it to her but I didn't know how to at the time so if you would like for me to send it to you I would be glad to.

My daughter hepled me download it so if you want a copy just send me yuor address and I would be happy to send it to you.

Again I want to express my deepest sympathy and I will be praying for your family.

Sincerely.

Miranda Williams

ph 770-424-0060 Ext 10606

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