Sue Tathwell Wille

Dallas, Texas

1940 - 2018


June 11, 2018
Dallas, Texas
Shriners Hospitals for Children


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WILLE, Sue Tathwell July 12, 1940 June 11, 2018 With her two beloved children at her side, Sue Wille passed into the arms of our Lord on June 11, 2018. The youngest of three girls, Sue Ann Tathwell was born on July 12, 1940 in Buenos Aires, Argentina to Eugene and Jean Tathwell. At the age of 8,...

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Sue, I still think of you from time to time. We had some fun and took no prisoners. That was always a trait that I cherished about you.

Sue was a great friend and coworker. She was a smart, funny, and a great lady. She was of a kind. I met her when we both worked in Milwaukee, WI. I will miss her wit, charm and intelligence.

I will miss Sue! My condolences to the Loring family and Hewitt families. I met Sue many years ago at the old Cybertek and greatly enjoyed working with her and further enjoyed the friendship that followed. Hugs to everyone, especially Kirby.

Sue was a sweet friend with a smile that could light up the world. 2 Corinthians 5:8 says that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. She is there now lighting up heaven with her smile. My fondest memory is sitting in her living room getting a little typsy on wine, chatting and laughing watching birds and critters in her garden while the sunlight reflected off her collection of cold bolt blue glass. She will be missed. Prayers go out to her family.

Our deepest sympathy to all of you. I first met Sue at First Presbyterian Church in West Palm Beach, FL, where we were in Sunday School together, also high school. She came to visit me when my husband John Wright had a medical issue in the Dallas area. I was delighted to see her after so many years. Yes, she will be missed by so many.
Love, Mabel Ann (Tippin) & John Wright

Aunt Sue, You were an amazing woman, to be sure; confident, headstrong, capable, ....the list is endless. You leave us behind with more than just your memory. You leave us with your handiwork; the wonderful children you raised, and grandchildren and greats, whose lives you were an intricate part of. Your accomplishments were many, your faith; strong. The shoes you leave behind will remain unfiilled. There are few like you, our beloved, Sue.May the peace of His hand rest upon us all, may...

My thoughts are with you Jack and with your family at this time of great sorrow.

I send you all my love, thoughts, and prayers. God bless you all.