Susan A. (Irwin) Oliver

Born: Thu., Nov. 20, 1947
Died: Sat., Apr. 11, 2020


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Susan A. Oliver of New Knoxville and formerly of Columbus Grove, died Saturday, April 11, 2020, at Wexler Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio.  She was 72.

She was born November 20, 1947, in Lima, to Clifford and Alice (Core) Irwin, who preceded her in death.  She was also preceded in death by her sister, Linda Jane Irwin.

On October 20, 1973, she married Pastor Steven J. Oliver.  He preceded her in death on February 12, 2010.

A graduate of Columbus Grove High School, class of 1965, she pursued a career as a lab technician with the Joint Township District Hospital, St. Marys.  She served in that capacity for 38 years, until she retired.

Susan was a member of the Eastern Star of Hawthorne, Chapter 119, the Hume United Methodist Church, the St Marys Friends Card Club, and the Red Hat Society of Chattanooga, in Mercer County, Ohio.  She loved to knit and also to do counter cross stitch, a beautiful art form used to create a picture.

She is survived by her son Jason (Courtney) Oliver and daughter Lori (David) Gronas, her sister, Cathy Schroeder and grandchildren, Madison, Remington, Zack, Summer and Duke.

Private family visitation and services will be held, at Hartman Sons Funeral Home, with Pastor Mitch Arnold officiating.  Burial will follow in Truro Cemetery, Columbus Grove.

The family understands that if you choose to stay home at this time, please take a moment and remember Susan, go online to harrtmansonsfuneralhome.com, share a memory and/or your condolences.

Memorials may be made to The Masonic Home, Springfield, Ohio.

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Luana (Conrad) Anderson
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
Please accept my sympathy in Susan's passing. We were good friends in
high school and my husband & I had many good times with Susan & Steve at Masonic functions. Sympathy to all the family.

Mike and Brenda Averesch
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
So sorry for your loss. Sending you warm thoughts to comfort you in the days ahead.

George Moore
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
Prayers to the family and friends of Susan. I joined Royal Arch a few years after Steve passed away, and always enjoyed seeing her and catching up. She always asked how my kids were doing. Prayers and blessings!

Cindy Young
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. Sue was a pleasure to work with and one of many who helped me in my career. I also enjoyed our lab lunches together. She will be greatly missed.

Cindy Y.

Debbie Grover
   Posted Mon April 13, 2020
We were so sorry to hear of Sue's passing. Unfortunately, we won't make it to the services. We are praying for all of you for comfort and strength. Sue was a special lady. We always enjoyed visiting with her. She was always so friendly and caring. We know that she's rejoicing with Steve right now.
Again, please know that we're praying for all of you.
God Bless.
Ray and Debbie Grover

Diana Behme
   Posted Tue April 14, 2020
So sorry to learn of Sue's passing. We had a great time traveling with Steve and Sue with Masonic functions. She will be greatly missed. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

Diana and Steve Behme

Bonnie and Warren Gregory
   Posted Tue April 14, 2020
Sue was a wonderful, caring person. We shared many pleasant memories and lots of laughter as we gathered for Masonic functions and family events. Her counted cross stitch, celebrating Warren's 33rd degree has a place of honor in our great room, as does the cross stitch she did for the opening of the Learning Center in Dayton.

Patti Loughrige-Gelhaus
   Posted Wed April 15, 2020
My most sincere sympathy to you and your families. I met Susie when she first moved to St. Marys and started working at the hospital We did not see each other often as the years passed and we worked and raised our families. We both lost our husbands in 2010 and developed a special bond in our healing and sorrow. She taught me a great game of Dominoes and shared her special days of making noodles with the church group. Loved her laugh and sense of humor.

Rod and Robin Carr
   Posted Wed April 15, 2020
Very sorry for your Families loss.

Rod and Robin Carr

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