Sue Ellen Lau

Born on August 12, 1961

Departed on October 26, 2012 and resided in White House, TN

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LAU, Sue Ellen, October 26, 2012, age 51 of White House. Survived by her husband, Robert Lau; children, Daniel, Aarron, and Lindsey Lau; brothers, James, Samuel, and Michael Head. A gathering for friends and family will be Thursday November 1 from 2-5pm at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville

6 Comments to Sue Ellen Lau

  1. Carla L. Marlin
    February 12, 2011 12:00 am

    My husband Larry and I have such good memories of Suzy. She was a friend to everyone. She will be deeply missed.

    Larry & Carla Marlin

  2. Linda Grimes
    February 12, 2011 12:00 am

    We shared many conversation, short walks and lunches..You were always there for me assisting me at work. YOU will be missed.

  3. Cathy R. Davis
    January 12, 2011 12:00 am

    Suzy was a great friend who I saw each morning coming in to accounting and when leaving each night. For sure, one of the best parts of the day seeing her at both the beginnning and end of the work day. She was so good natured, happy and so willing to help if you needed it or just chat a few moments with.Her cheerfulness, great work ethic she showed every day even in the midst of the worst times, is a true testamonial of the strength & courage of this lady. Not many could do, or would attempt it but she kept on keeping on. With much love to great friend who will be so deeply missed, and prayers to her family. A great Mom, Wife, Aunt, and Co-worker one of the very best. Glad your in peace right now Suzy. Iam thankful for the difference you made in my life personally and work wise! A blessing in both!

  4. Romaine Hill
    January 12, 2011 12:00 am

    Suzy,
    It just breaks my heart every time, I think I wonメt see you anymore. You were are always so kind and sweet to me / us. Your gentle voice and great concern that you had for others was amazing. We have shared so many laughs and good times, I can hear you now. I think being a woman is the hardest job of all in life. A mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, etc itメs hard to find time for yourself. We always talked about everything and I know your family was everything to you. Iメm not going to say goodbye, but hear you later. Your voice, laugh and good times will always be me. R.I.P. my dear sweet friend, I love you!

  5. Paul and Romaine Hill
    January 12, 2011 12:00 am

    We Truly Appreciated Suzy’s Unconditional Friendship. Every party or get together we will have at our home from now on, will never be the same without her and she’ll be Dearly Missed.

  6. Esther Fink
    November 30, -0001 12:00 am

    Suzy ~ I will always miss your spunky spirit and the way you made me laugh at lunch. You are an inspiration of how to hold your head high when faced with adversity.

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