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CUMMINGS, Ph.D., Sue Carol Age 75 of Union, passed away at her home on Monday, September 19, 2016. Sue retired as a Professor of Chemistry from Wright State University where she was a member of the faculty for 24 years. She was a graduate of Fairview High School, Northwestern University, and received her Doctorate from The Ohio State University. Sue was a Charter Member of the Randolph Township Historical Society where she remained actively involved until her passing. She is survived by her husband: Glynn Marsh, relatives and special friends. She was preceded in death by her parents: Carl L. & Kathryn I. (Hurlow) Cummings. Graveside services will be held privately at Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the Randolph Township Historical Society or the charity of your choice. An ice cream social will be set at a later date in memory of Sue. Online condolences and memories of Sue may be shared with the family at

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Published in Dayton Daily News on Sep. 20, 2016.
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January 16, 2017
Dear Glynn: This is Jose from Puerto Rico. While searchng the web to get in touch with you and Sue, I came upon her obituary. As a former student, I can say I was blessed with her encouragement and enthusiasm while working on my MS in chemistry. I enjoyed receiving her yearly letter and having spent a day at your beautiful home. You both made me feel at home when I was so far away from it. I pray to Jesus and Blessed Virgin Mary so that his perpetual light and grace shines upon Sue, who is certainly enjoying being in the presence of God and her parents. I also thank you, Glynn, for making me feel at home. I will never forget you both, and wish you health and happiness to you and your family members. Sue lived a full and productive life, so there is much to remember her for. Keep your sunny side up and enjoy God's love that is within you. Receive my love from Puerto Rico. Jose A. Rivera Nevarez, MD.
P.D. If you ever come down here on a cruise or vacation, call me at 787-942-5238. My email is I am in facebook too, although rarely use it.
Jose Antonio Rivera-Nevarez
December 11, 2016
I'm sorry for your loss. I just learned of Sue's passing. She was a true friend and a wonderful colleague.
Paul Taylor
November 4, 2016
I am just learning of the passing of Sue. As only you know, she played a major role in my life helping me to find and connect with my parents through the historical society. May your heart be filled with the warmth of her memories and all that she did in her life as an educator, friend, and wife.
October 13, 2016
We are very sorry to learn of Sue's passing.
The pictures etc. that she and Glynn donated to us document changes to our township that we wouldn't otherwise have.
(Sue was also one of my chemistry teachers at WSU in 1972.)

Regina Kleinhenz
Trotwood-Madison Historical SOciety
Regina Kleinhenz
September 20, 2016
So sorry for your loss. May you find comfort and strength in God's promise found at John 6:40
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