In Loving Memory

Susan P. Lamison
2/18/1960 - 2/19/2011

Susan P. Lamison, age 51, of New Bethlehem, died Saturday morning, February 19, 2011 at the Clarion Hospital, following a brief illness.

Born February 18, 1960, she was a daughter of the late Donald C. Shick and June L. Neill Bish of Hawthorn and the late Darl E. Bish.

She married Robert C. Lamison on June 30, 1984. He survives.

Sue was a LPN at the Clarion Hospital and was a member of the First United Methodist Church of New Bethlehem. She was a former Girls Scout leader, a former member of the Redbank Valley High School Band Boosters and was very enthusiastic about her stamping club.

She is survived by her mother, her husband and their two children: Rebecca Sue Lamison and Douglas Robert Lamison, both of New Bethlehem. Also surviving are four sisters: Deborah K. Bolibruck and her husband, Stephen, of Butler; Deborah L. White and her husband, Rich, of Distant; Cindy L. Dunn and her husband, Bob, of Butler and Melissa A. Myers and her husband, Larry, of South Bethlehem and her mother-in-law, Bertha J. Pence and her husband, Chester.

In addition to both of her fathers, she was preceded in death by her father-in-law, Robert A. Lamison.

Friends will be received from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at the Rupert Funeral Home, 301 Penn Street, New Bethlehem.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, February 23, 2011 in the funeral home. Reverend Jodie Smith, a pastor of the Redbank Valley Methodist Ministry, will officiate.

Interment will follow in the Squirrel Hill Cemetery, Porter Township, Clarion County.

Online condolences may be sent to Sue’s family at www.rupertfuneralhomes.com

Online Condolences

From:  Jeff and Carol Clinger and family   New Bethlehem

Relationship:  friends

Those who touch our lives,stay in our hearts forever.Sue was a funny,caring girl,I used to work at walmart & she always gave me a hard time about keeping the cheese stocked,she will be missed,our hearts ache for you all.

Sent:  2/20/2011

From:  Wendy McKinnis   Leeper

Relationship:  friend

Words cannot express how I feel at the loss of a wonderful woman like Sue. She was someone who was so dedicated to her family, and would do anything for a friend or co-worker. She will be missed personally as well as professionally.

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Gloria Johnston   Rimersburg

Relationship:  friend and co-worker

Words can not express the emptiness in my heart since Sue has left us. I will always remember the fun we had in Girl Scouts and the craziness at work. She always made the nights go faster when we worked in OB. I will always have fond memories of Sue. I will miss you, Sue.

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Susan Kaltenbach   Vowinckel

Relationship:  friend

I'm so sorry for your loss. Sue was such a wonderful, caring person I enjoyed working with her and will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Deanna Gould   New Bethlehem

Relationship:  Friend

God decided to call his Angel home. Even though we hate to see her go. I know I will ALWAYS remember the GREAT TIMES we had bringing our Girls through Girl Scouts the camping and singing and enjoying the game ONE in Twenty. Sue was one in a Million as far as kindness and fun loving. My kids and I will think of her with a smile as we recall the times together. Sue was one of a Kind and I am so Thankful God brought us together. God Bless you all and know you are in our prayers. Deanna,Tara & Makayla

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Connie Kirkpatrick   Rimersburg

Relationship:  friend & co-worker

I am so sorry for your loss,Sue was a wonderful friend and co-worker and she was always ready to lend a helping hand when needed. I will truly miss her

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Evelyn Spence   Seneca

Relationship:  old friend and co-worker

I'm so sorry for your loss. I worked with Sue at Clarion Hospital 10 years or so ago. It was always a joy to work with her, and I know she will be missed.

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Bonnie Huth  

Relationship:  Friend and Co-worker

My thought and prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. Sue was a great person and nurse. One who could always be counted on to help who ever needed it. She will be greatly missed.

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Tracy Weaver   shippenville

Relationship:  friend and coworker

I am so sorry for your loss. Sue was a wonderful, caring person and nurse. She was one of the best pediatric nurses I have ever had the pleasure of working with. I am so glad that I got to spend some time with her and you her wonderful family on friday evening before she passed. She always had an extra twinkle in her eye when she talked about her family. I will cherish the time I spent with her. I will miss you Sue!!

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Jordan Gruver   New Bethlehem

Relationship:  Friend

Doug, Rebecca, and family, I am so sorry to hear about this. And I'm sorry I can't make it down to see you. Sue was my band and church mama and I will miss her. I am so sorry for your loss.

Sent:  2/21/2011

From:  Tammy Rider   Fryburg

Relationship:  friend

Sue was one of the Angels among us. A very dear friend to my Mom, a leaning post for me during the most difficult time of my life during the time of my Mom's passing, a wonderful mother, amazing Girl Scout leader and neighborhood director, and dear friend, she will be missed very much. I will never forget the things she did for me and the helping hand she lent that in reality probably saved my life. I am grateful to have known Sue and will remember her forever as one of the great ones. To the family, you know I am here for you if you need anything at all. I love you all.

Sent:  2/22/2011

From:  Cathy Henry   parker

Relationship:  friend and co-worker

I am so sorry for your loss. I feel honored to have known such a great loving and caring person. I will forever remember all of the good and bad times that Sue and I shared whether it was when we shared a trailer, were working together, her being in my wedding, or simply sitting and sharing coffee, she will forever be in my heart. Rest assured that God has gained a fantastic angel!

Sent:  2/22/2011

From:  kim laska   punxdutawney

Relationship:  friend

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked for her step-dad darl and also worked at Clarion hospital,she was a good person with a good personality. You'll be in my prayers.

Sent:  2/22/2011

From:  Mary Rankin   Rimersburg

Relationship:  friend and co worker

I will miss seeing Sue, she was a lot of fun and always there to give that helping hand. She could always make me feel better when we were having a bad day. My prayers are with you.

Sent:  2/22/2011

From:  Karen Keener   Rimersburg

Relationship:  friend & Coworker

Deeply sorry for your loss and Sue will truly be missed. I remember working night shift with her and she was a good and caring nurse.Always talking about her kids and seemed she was always selling girl Scout Cookies. She was taken from us too soon but God had a plan for her.

Sent:  2/22/2011

From:  Lindsay Kiskadden   Shippenville

Relationship:  Friend

My thoughts and prayers are with the family of Sue. She truly was an amazing person. She was always offering a word of advice, finding a way to make you smile, and constant encouragment. She will be missed dearly.

Sent:  2/23/2011

From:  Shane White   New Bethlehem

Relationship:  Nephew

Aunt Sue, you left us way too early, but we are at peace knowing you are at peace. Mom always told me I was just like you, and I would have to say she was right. I am bullheaded, tell you like it is, and very stuborn, just like you. You were and always will be my favorite aunt, and I am going to miss you terribly. But, knowing that you are out of pain, and that you are with Grandpa Shick and Pop makes it much easier for me to know that you are okay. I don't believe in good byes, so I will just say, see you later, and I can't wait to see you again. I just wish I could have one more of your big hugs. But until we meet again, I will treasure your advice and love. I love now and forever.-----Shane

Sent:  2/24/2011

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