Susan Lee Taylor

Of Indianapolis,, Indiana

Jun 15, 1953 – Oct 4, 2017


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Susan Lee Taylor64, of Indianapolis, passed away on October 4th, 2017. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 15th, 1953, she was the daughter of John Mason and Betty (Bauman).  Susie graduated from Indiana State University, earned a master's degree from Indiana University, and taught special education...

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Sue was my very dear friend. She was always so positive and loving. I am heartbroken to hear of her passing today after just returning from Europe. Mostly, I am so sad I didn't get to say goodbye. She was such a great help to me during my first three years in IPS at School #113. Then we grew closer going to Phoenix plays throughout the past 30 years. Jerry, I am so sorry for your loss. Sue adored you and the life you two had. Of course, her sons and grandchildren brought her so much joy....

Jerry, I am so sorry for your loss but I also know she is in a better place. May she rest in peace, and I hope that her memory will always give you a reason to smile.

I knew Sue from when she lived on Parker Ave., when her boys were young. I spent time with Sue and babysitting her boys at times. She was a lot of fun to be around. I am so sorry for your loss, sending prayers to all of you.

Mr. Taylor and Family,

I can't even begin to express how my heart aches with pain and sadness. Over a period of thirty years, Sue was a teacher and I was principal at IPS #94 and #99. She was an outstanding educator and a devoted and sincere co-worker. I ALWAYS knew that I could ALWAYS depend on Mrs. Taylor. Sue was an Ideal role model for students, and her appearance was above reproach! I want you to know that I know your pain. I also know that love never dies!!

Dear Jerry and family,
You don't know me but I worked with Sue at two different IPS schools. At IPS#94 in the early 1990's and then again at IPS #99 for two years under Mrs. Johnson. I'm so sorry for your loss. What a wonderful person she was and a great advocate for students! I'm so glad she retired when she did!
Sandy Magner (school Nurse)

Dear Jerry and Family, I am truly sorry for your loss. Susie will be dearly missed and she will never be forgotten, may her soul rest in peace. - Ashley Smith

Dear Jerry,
Accept my sincere condolences at the loss of Susie. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Christy Monday

Sue and I worked together at IPS for many years. She was so funny as we would share stories of what her boys were up to and what my two children were into. I remember laughing often about school stories that you just can't make up. She did not lose her passion for teaching students. I hadn't seen Sue in a while but treasured our friendship as colleagues and moms. So sorry to hear of her passing. Cindy Shaw

They say like minds find each other and I believe like souls do as well. You and I found what is special in each other in just a few moments in time. From the moment we met I knew you were extra special and the sunshine to all those you held dear. You are the sum of those you hold dear and for that reason you will remain special to all those you met. Such a beautiful Soul!