Sue Spiller

In Memorial

Sue has been escorted to her heavenly home by her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She is now at eternal peace and rest in the loving arms of God.

There will be no scheduled visitation. Graveside services will be 3:30 p.m. Friday, May 16, 2008 at Oakwood Cemetery with the Reverend Ron Durham officiating. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at

Sue was preceded in death by her father, Homer Ray Spiller, and mother, Louise Pack Spiller.

She was an avid gardener and accomplished landscaper, earning her the Yard of the Month award by the City of Woodway.

Throughout her career, she was considered a masterful sales consultant, having received many top honors for her achievements. Most recently with Ashley Furniture. She was a member of Columbus Avenue Baptist Church.

Survivors include her sister, Margaret Cooper and husband Joe of Waco; nieces, Carol Eubank of Georgetown; Allyson McGuire of Waco; Robyn Lyle of Pearland; and nephew, Brad Cooper of Sugar Land. Also, three great nieces and three great nephews; and several aunts and uncles. Michael Stupak, a very special, lifelong friend, also survives Sue.

Memorials may be made to Fuzzy Friends Rescue, 6321 Airport Road, Waco, TX 76708.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Sue, from me to you — I love you and miss you terribly. Watch over me…I need you! Rest in peace.

  2. Carol Cooper Eubank

    Sue was a sweet, loving person who wanted nothing more in life than to love and be loved. She was my aunt, who I was named after. She and I grew up together, like sisters, we were only a few years apart in age. We shared many loving, private memories together. Even though she will be missed, I am grateful she has passed from this life into the one eternal with our loving Lord – the life we all prepare for. She now rests peacefully in the loving arms of Jesus Christ, our Lord.

  3. Sue was such a special woman to me, and she was such a dear friend in the short time we knew each other. We met at Ashley Furniture, and we quickly became friends. I was drawn to her warm smile, and her sincere spirit. We shared many laughs, and many tears, and through it all, Sue’s strength shone through. She never ceased to amaze me, and I will truly miss her. My thoughts and prayers go out to all that loved Sue. She was truly a special woman.

  4. I met Sue a month ago when I begin working at Ashley Furniture. She was a very sincere, caring person, who always had time to listen to what you had to say, and I felt as if I have known her far longer because it was soo easy to talk to her as a genuine friend. We will miss her very much and I know the Lord has a lot for her to accomplish in His hands. My deepest sympathy goes out to her family, and we will keep you in our prayers.

  5. Linda Welch Mahanay

    My condolences are with all of Sue’s family and friends at this time. I was really blessed to have been a part of Sue’s life. She was such a beautiful girl with a sincere heart and kindred spirit. My memories of her go back to when we first met in 3rd grade at Crestview Elementary, became very close friends, and continued to stay close and in touch through all the years. Sue was a bright and shining light, very caring, and we had a lot of laughs together. She’ll ALWAYS hold a special place in my heart and I’ll miss her.

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