Wilkerson Funeral Home and Crematory
Saturday May 2nd, 2015
6:00pm - 8:00pm
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Sue Shropshire CrouseReidsville: Sue Shropshire Crouse, 76, of 223 Forrest Drive, went to home to be with The Lord on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center surrounded by her loving family. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM Sunday, May 3, 2015 at Wilkerson Funeral Home Chapel with Shannon Newsome officiating. The burial will follow in Evergreen Memory Gardens. Sue was born in Rockingham County to the late A.J. and Myrtle Shropshire. Her working career included time at Creighton Shirt Makers, Hatteras Yachts, ZARN and Rockingham Community College with the Athletic Department. Sue was a longtime and faithful member of Reidsville Christian Church where she taught Sunday school for many years and served faithfully with the women’s circle. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother and especially enjoyed her time playing golf with Luke. Sue lived her faith through serving others and being available whenever someone was in need. Along with her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband of 47 years, Bob Crouse. Sue is survived by her sons, Steve Crouse and wife, Elizabeth of Reidsville and Mark Crouse of Greensboro; her grandsons, Wade, Richard and Luke Crouse; brothers, Richard Shropshire and wife, Sybil of Burlington and Jimmy Shropshire and wife, Kevie of Fort Mill, SC and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6:00 – 8:00 PM Saturday, May 2, 2015 at Wilkerson Funeral Home and other times at the son’s residence (223 Forrest Drive). Memorial contributions may be made to Reidsville Christian Church, 2020 South Park Drive, Reidsville, NC 27320.
Sue loved her friends at Hatteras. Thank you for your kind words. Elizabeth Crouse
steve crouse May 11 2015 9:22 PM
Thank you for your sweet words! Steve & Mark Crouse
steve crouse May 11 2015 9:21 PM
Thank you for the kind words and memories! Steve Crouse
steve crouse May 11 2015 9:19 PM
I was saddened to hear of Sue's passing and just found out yesterday. Words cannot describe what a wonderful caring person she was. I have known Sue for many years and my Daughter Michelle also had the pleasure of knowing Sue. I worked with Sue at Creighton and went to Church with her at Reidsville Christian Church. The last time I saw Sue I was in a hurry but she asked if I would sit and talk with her and I am so glad that I took the time to be with her. As always, the first thing she asked about was my Daughter Michelle and the grandkids and also my husband Denny who has Parkinson's and is being cared for at Avante. Sue was always concerned for others and what a presence for doing God's work here on earth. She was always smiling and even though she had her own problems, she never let them show nor did she ever utter a negative word. God has taken her from us but we have been blessed to have known her. Such beauty, grace, and love! God's Angel is home now and has been reunited with Bob. You will not be forgotten as your love that you shared here on earth shall remain with us always. Much Love, Sarah Totten
Sarah Totten May 11 2015 12:15 PM
Mark and family, We are sorry for your loss and will keep your family in our prayers. May God bring you peace and comfort. Class of '79 classmates, Linda Stone-Jones Somers and Craig Somers
Linda and Craig Somers May 4 2015 8:21 AM
Steve & Mark... So very sad to hear about Sue's death. I loved her dearly. She was always such a gracious lady. On the other hand so full of life and spunk... always ready for a little adventure. I know that you both along with the grandchildren have so many precious memories of Sue to carry with you. I will always cherish the times that I was able to spend with your parents - they were quite a couple. I will always remember her SMILE and her laughter. I will always remember the thrill when she talked about Steve's children... and the smiles when she told me about Mark's new ideas. You boys had absolutely THE BEST PARENTS that anyone could ever ask for. I am sure that some days will be harder than others and that you will miss your dear mother; however, please hold tight to your memories and smile every time that the wind ruffles your hair... because it might just be another kiss from your mother. all my love & prayers as you walk this next journey... Carol S Yeatts
Carol Smith Yeatts May 3 2015 7:24 PM
A candle was lit in memory of Sue Crouse
Cathy Sykes May 3 2015 7:24 AM
Our paths first crossed when I was a young girl attending the Church of Christ with my mother, Mabel Brown. Many years later our paths crossed again when Sue and her family moved to the Port McCoy Road neighborhood. We became not only neighbors but also friends, and eventually co-workers at RCC. One of the best conversationalists I have ever known, Sue, with her natural-born warmth and graciousness, could instantly engage a total stranger in an in-depth interesting conversation. She was also to be admired for her ability to always see the glass half-FULL. She could immediately find and focus on the "good" in any situation. Positive thoughts just seemed to flow naturally from her. Last, but certainly not least, she was to be admired for her abundant faith in God and her tremendous love and pride for her family and friends. We all have been blessed to have had her in our lives.
Dee Stanfield May 2 2015 1:13 PM
And she loved y'all - and so do we!!
Eluzabeth-Steve Crouse May 2 2015 12:11 AM
this is a beautiful tribute Steve Elizabeth and Mark you did a great job
Brenda Green May 1 2015 11:59 PM