Susan Whitehead, 77, of College Station, passed away Wednesday January 13, 2016. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory in Bryan College Station, Texas. For more information contact [wpseo_address show_state=”1″ show_country=”1″ show_phone=”1″ show_phone_2=”0″ show_fax=”1″ show_email=”1″]
As I set here thinking of you and remembering your sweet smile and your loving spirit you always shares with all of us, God word says it best; As it is written”How beautiful are the feet of those who bring Good news.” You always bought God”s love to all of us with such a sweetness. Romans 10:15b
As a childhood friend of Susan from her hometown of Visalia, I am so sorry for Susan’s passing, as well as what I am certain is her family’s deep and painful loss.
Susan was an unusually sweet, kind, and gentle person when I knew her in her youth — beautiful inside and out. And I can see and sense from her picture here, that she remained as beautiful as ever throughout her entire life. My heart goes out to the close friends and loving family she leaves behind.
Susan has been my cherished friend for 53 years——we met shortly after we were both married. Susan was always my earth angel——now my heavenly angel—– my forever friend.Susan was kind, caring, loving, gentle and full of grace. Deepest sympathy to her beautiful family , how we love you dearest Susan.
Our most heartfelt sympathy to Eric, Tally, Taylor, Baxter, Keever, Sommer and the entire Whitehead family. May the memories of the past bring comfort to you during this challenging time. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you ~
I have only known Susan a few years but I was so blessed to be able to study the Word with her during our weekly Bible class. Susan’s faith was clearly known to all and her walk with our Lord was a great inspiration to me. I am thankful she has been part of my faith journey. I know Susan is rejoicing with the Lord.
The extremely sad news of Susan’s death for us was hard to believe.
Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with your family. We will always remember Susan’s yearly Christmas letters where she shared updates about her family with us, a family she was so proud of and rightfully so. She leaves us to be with our Lord, Jesus with her mission accomplished.
I can still see her smile and eyes sparking, this is what we think of when Susan comes to mind.