Dorothy Susanne Lytten was born in Portsmouth, Ohio on May 1, 1958. She was one of three children born to Luther Lytten and Helena Maynard. Sue graduated from Minford High School in Minford, Ohio with the Class of 1976. Later that same year, on November 2nd, she wed Gregory Wesney in Portsmouth. The couple was blessed with a son and two daughters and enjoyed forty-five years of marriage. She loved children and devoted her life to caring for her home and family.
Sue's vibrant and “groovy” nature made every day, and every Fiasco, an adventure. She was a mother to 3, but was a second mom to so many, and found so much joy in helping all kids feel safe and loved. Sue enjoyed tending to her flower garden and bird watching in her yard. She spent quiet moments engrossed in romance novels. She loved celebrating holidays and decorated her home inside and out for every occasion. Sue valued quality time, and understood the importance of occasional late night video game binges, even on school nights. She was an extraordinary woman who gave gifts early, cursed Pac-Man ghosts, and mastered the moonwalk. Her family will carry on her favorite traditions, such as baking cut out cookies, and are bonded together through her love. She will be greatly missed.
D. Susanne “Sue” Wesney, age 64, of LaSalle, Michigan passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday; May 3, 2022 at ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital. Her passing was preceded by her father and mother.
To cherish her memory she leaves her beloved husband: Greg Wesney; three children: Misty Wesney, Jerod (Amy) Wesney, and Sarah (Pete) Mason; three grandchildren: Kadin Mason, Elise Wesney, and Rhylee Sue Mason; two sisters: Cathy (Mike) Hunter, and Courtney (Burl) Bragdon; a brother: Steven Lytten; a niece: Katie Bragdon; and two nephews: Scott (Katie) Hunter and Nate Bragdon.
No public services are planned. Sue’s care has been entrusted to Merkle Funeral Service, Erie; 9156 Summit Street, Erie, Michigan 48133 (734) 317-7199. Cremation has taken place through Covenant Cremation also of Erie, Michigan.
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In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude’s Children's Research Hospital.