Sue Ann Asher
Tawas City, Michigan
September 29, 1956 - December 16, 2019
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Sue Ann Asher
We lost a strong independent woman, dearly loved by all. Sue Asher, age 63, of Tawas City, Michigan passed away at her home on Monday, December 16, 2019. She was born the daughter of Francis and Phyllis (Charboneau) Champine on September 29, 1956 in Mount Clemens, Michigan. She graduated from Mount Clemens High School Class of 1974. Susie loved working for Neiman’s Family Market where she made tons of friends at the store and throughout the community. She enjoyed quilting, crafts, shopping for antiques and collecting and spending time with her family and her fur babies whom she loved dearly Hemi, Gee Gee and Mike. She is survived by her loving brother and two sisters, Francis (Donna) Champine Jr., Vicky (Clint) George and Renee Roberts and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband Frank Asher. Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Condolences may be shared at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com
Suzy had a way to always make you laugh. She was a awesome neighbor and our friend. Her life was not always easy but she would make it her life’s mission to give you what she had. Thanks again for being a special part of our family. To her family you are in our thoughts and prayers. RIP sweet sue until we see you again.
— Patrick and Cindy Wisniewski
Sue was a very friendly and fun welcoming friend. She was a hard worker and a very good cook. We have many good memories from around the campfire. We pray for God's comfort for all the family and friends. Thank you so much Sue for your friendship.
— Paul and Joan Wilson and family
RIP Susie. You will be missed.
— Debbie Lynn-Trier
I worked with Susie at Neiman's when I was in high school. She was always smiling and never failed to brighten everyone's day. We bonded over a shared love of Stephen King, and one day she told me she was thinking of selling her collection. I wanted to buy them, but I knew Ididn't have the money to buy them all. She knew I was bummed. Then one day I came home to find four big boxes, full of books, on my parent's front porch. There was a note from Susie that said she wanted me to have them, because she couldn't break up the set and she knew I'd love them just as much as she had. They're still one of my most prized possessions, and I think of her everytime I add a new book to the collection. She was such a kind, beautiful soul. She touched so many lives, and she'll be greatly missed.
— Nicole Chulski
Suzie you are missed. Always a smile no matter what. The biggest heart of love ever. Thank you for your wisdom, patience and guidance. Thank you.
Sending heartful prayers to family.
— CAROL SMITH
Sue may you rest in peace
— Diane schulte
I work with sue long time ago she always had a smile on her face she will be truly missed
— Diane schulte
Suzie me and my family will miss you.
It won't be the same going to Pat and Cindy's cabin and not seeing you.
She was a very fun person to be around always a good joke or comment.
Our prayers are with you God Bless
— Carl,Amy, and Brendan Burton