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Susan Kay Palmer, of Calcium, N.Y., passed away peacefully at Auburn Rehabilitation and Nursing Home on Saturday, September 30, 2023. Born to James and Bettina (Davis) Sharp on August 2, 1941, in Jamestown NY. Sue was the eldest of three daughters. She was a graduate of Jamestown High School and completed her degree as a Dental Hygienist. Sue loved to decorate and each home where she was living was beautifully done. She was a wonderful cook, terrific baker, and gardener. Sue was a creative writer and was regularly active in her church communities. She had a lovely voice and was a valued participant in church choirs.
Susan and her husband, Chas, fulfilled their interest in travel by visiting many countries around the world and these were documented through her writing, those observations and memories of their travels turned into a cherished book for her family.
Sue loved sports and avidly followed podcasts from her favorite coaches!
Sue was preceded in death by her husband Charles Palmer of Deland, Florida, two daughters, Megan Collins of Florida and Patricia Moore Chief Master Sergeant, USAF, of Georgia.
She is survived by her children, Paul Bly of Colorado, Robyn (Roger) Groves of Ohio, and Scott (Tammy) Bly of Florida, two sisters, Sheree (Mike) Burke of Syracuse NY and Tina (Bill) Wirth of Syracuse, NY, as well as 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
We will forever miss you but will carry you in our memories and hearts.
The family would like to thank Auburn Rehabilitation and Nursing for their compassionate care and kindness.
There are no services planned at this time. A celebration of her life will be planned at a later date. Contributions in Sue’s name may be made to local SPCA’s.