Sue C. Harris
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Sue C. Harris, 86, of Panama City, died June 24, 2020. She was born and raised in Ohio where she began her Civil Service career at the Lima, Ohio Tank Company. Later, she transferred to Redstone Arsenal at Huntsville, AL, and completed her forty years of Government service when she retired from Tyndall Air Force Base, FL in 1996. Sue was preceded in death by her parents and siblings.

She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Robert Harris; her three sons, Robert Icenogle and wife Wanda of Enterprise, AL, Charles Icenogle and wife Alice of Brandon, FL and Eric Harris of Panama City, FL; a sister-in-law, Mary Ann Chidester of Winter Haven, FL; 5 grandchildren, Theresa Frusha, Steven Icenogle, Perry Moore, Jerry Moore and Sarah Moncada; and numerous nieces and nephews.

At her request, memorilization will be by cremation with no services

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Published in Panama City News Herald from Jun. 25 to Jun. 26, 2020.
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July 5, 2020
She was a remarkable woman that I loved dearly. She was a wonderful mother-in-law. We had many, many good times together making things, laughing, and she loved Christmas just as much as I did. She truly loved her family, her grandchildren and her greats. She always had time for you no matter what was going on in her life. I found this one picture of her and the twins, it is an old one, but I just wanted to share.
Alice Icenogle
July 3, 2020
Sue was a special, classy lady. Not only was she my mother-In-law, she was a friend. She was a great listener and only gave advice when you asked for it. She never interfered; she was an ideal mother-in-law. She loved her family and was always interested in our lives and what was going on with the grandchildren. She had five grandchildren, nine great-children and four great-great grandchildren with one on the way. A wonderful lady who was greatly loved and who will be missed by her family and friends.
Wanda Icenogle
June 29, 2020
I remember the first day Sue walked into Contracting as an intern and I knew right away I liked her. Eventually she would go on to review my contracts and give me pages and pages of write ups. What a way to learn. I treasure those times and even the road trips she and Bob ended up at the same location we were at. James often said "That is one sweet lady". We know you will miss her Bob. Our prayers are with you.
James and Ginny Garner
June 28, 2020
Sue was a special person who always made me feel as though I had known her all my life. I have many wonderful memories of our adventures together. She was a joy to all who knew her. My thoughts and prayers are with Bob and her boys. We will miss her! Heaven has a special angel.
Carolyn Cheshire
June 28, 2020
Sue never met a stranger and made you feel as thou she had known you all of her life. She was an easy person to talk to and always listened. She was a sorority sister as well as a good friend. Many fond memories I have of our adventures. I will miss her. Heaven has a special angel.
Carolyn Cheshire
June 27, 2020
Those of us who knew and loved Sue enjoyed a special privilege of knowing a wonderful lady who brought joy into our lives. Garry and I will miss her beautiful smile and loving spirit. May she rest in the arms of our Lord, Jesus Christ, and we know we will see her again. Bob and boys, we love you.
Pearl M Guidas
June 26, 2020
Wanda I didnt know her but sorry for your husbands and your loss.
Karen Columbus
June 25, 2020
Very sweet lady. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Kathy Kisela
June 25, 2020
Uncle Bob and sons so sad to hear of Sue passing she was a wonderful lady. I will miss her cards and letters. Carol
Carol Straub
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