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Suzanne Tait

Suzanne Tait

Name: Suzanne M. Tait

Age: 76

Hometown: Chandler Township

Funeral Date: October 21, 2013

Date of Birth: May 26, 1937

Date of Passing: October 17, 2013

Funeral Home: Champagne Funeral Chapel

Funeral Information

A funeral mass will be celebrated 11:00 AM Monday, October 21, at St. Felix Catholic Church, Pinnebog. Fr. Robert Pare’, pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Hope Parish will officiate with burial in St. Felix Cemetery. Friends may call at the Champagne Funeral Chapel, Elkton from 2 to 9 PM Sunday and at the church Monday after 10 AM. Memorial gifts may be given to the St. Felix Cemetery Fund or the family’s discretion and word of condolence may be shared at www.cfcelkton.com.

Family of the Deceased

Surviving are her husband, David; two sons, Michael (Mary Frances) Tait of Chandler Twp. and Steven (Cynthia) Tait of Lake Twp.; four grandchildren, Holly, Clara, Autumn and Evan; her brother, Edward Petz of Hancock, ME and in-laws, Katie Leitch of Pinnebog, Robert (Norma) Tait of Lake Twp., Eleen Tait of Chandler Twp., Jeanine Tait of Caseville and Phyllis Tait of Kawkawlin.

Biography

Suzanne M. Tait age 76, of Chandler Twp. died Thursday afternoon at Courtney Manor, Bad Axe following a four year long battle with cancer. She was born May 26, 1937 in Detroit to the late Edmund and Julia (O’Kon) Petz. Sue was a graduate of Dominican Catholic High School in Detroit. While visiting Huron County with high school friends, Suzanne met her future husband and then raised their family in Chandler Twp. On November 25, 1961, she was united in marriage to David E. Tait at St. Felix Catholic Church. She became a hard working farmer’s wife, taking care of a family, the farm books and staying active in her church and community. Sue was a member of St. Felix Catholic Church and Altar Society. She served on several committees including cemetery board and funeral dinners. In her spare time, she could be seen out in her flower gardens. She also enjoyed reading and spending time with the grandkids.


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