Faith Ann “Susie” Stone

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died December 13, 2017

Faith Ann “Susie” Stone, age 68, of Gladstone, passed away Wednesday evening, December 13, 2017, at U.P. Health Systems in Marquette.

Susie was born July 18, 1949, in North Wayne, MI, the daughter of Glenn and Norma (Kee) Hayes. She was raised in Chelsea, MI before moving to Gladstone following the death of her father, Glenn. Susie completed her final year of school graduating from Gladstone High School in 1969. In addition to raising her daughter Amber, Susie was employed as a bartender and machinist. On July 19, 1991, Susie was united in marriage to Lowell “John” Stone and together the couple made their home in Gladstone. John preceded her in death on November 4, 2017. Susie enjoyed reading and playing trivia.

Survivors include:
Daughter: Amber (Chris) Soderman
Brother: Norman (Bonnie) Hayes
Grandchildren: Rachel, Claire, Sarah and Gus Soderman Sister in law: Margaret Hayes
Friend: Susie Clark
Also surviving are nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

In addition to her parents, Glenn and Norma, and her husband, John, Susie was preceded in death by:
Brothers: Glenn “Butch”, and Bill
Sister: Gerry

A memorial service gathering for both Susie and John will be held on December 27, 2017, from 3:00PM to 7:00PM, at the Clark residence, 107 North 7th Street Gladstone. Food and beverages will be served throughout the visiting hours. The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting with arrangements.

12 Tributes for “Faith Ann “Susie” Stone

    So sorry for your Loss hadnt seen her in years but I worked with her back in the day at Joels restaurant

    My sister will be missed. She was a strong woman. I have very many memories of us growing up together. She gave it a good fight. We had fun. She will always be my baby sister and in my heart. Thank God her daughter Amber takes after her. All my love.

    Sad to hear of Susie and Johns passing but happy she and John are together. Prayers for Amber, Norm and grandchildren.

    My heart cries. Susie and I were best friends since 5th grade. So much history and hi-jinks were shared between us, along with marriages, pregnancies and life. I always knew she would be there for me if I needed her, and I hope she felt the same. Safe travels, Suz, and i’ll see you on the other side. Give John Dear my love.

    I am so sorry Amber and Norm and all of the rest of the family. Susie was taken from us way too young. She will always be watching over you. Rest in Peace Susie.

    So sorry for your losses. Such a rough year for you. Hope you can find happiness thru the holidays with your family and friends. You are in our thoughts and prayers!

    Steve and Mary

    Many great memories of Susie growing up. She was my best friend in school. Although after we married we always kept in touch. Amber you are a spitting imagine of your mother in this picture.The Hays family was my family. She will be missed . Her dad took us fishing at Waterloo mill pond almost every week end. Fun Times see you again my friend. Love you Judy Ferry

    I remember her well from school and was so happy to reconnect with her at our 45th Class Reunion and picnic. Condolences to Norm and her family.

    Rest in peace Susie and John ❤

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