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Celebrating the life of
Susan Evans Rendeiro
December 04, 1930 - October 03, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Private Graveside Service
  • Beaufort National Cemetery
  • 1601 Boundary Street (Map)
    Beaufort, South Carolina 29902

  • 843-524-3925

So sorry to hear of the loss of such a lovely lady. I always enjoyed talking with her at the Chandler gym.May God bless the family at this sad time.

AnnDonaldson, Thunderbolt, Ga.

Susan Evans Rendeiro, 88, passed away Thursday, October 3, 2019 at her residence with her husband and son by her side. She was born New Kensington, PA on December 4, 1930, a daughter of Jean Remaley and Owen Richard Evans. She was a graduate of Linden Hall School for girls, the oldest boarding school for women in the United States. She also attended Roanoke College in Salem, VA.

She married James Carlos Rendeiro, Jr. in 1950 at St. James Episcopal Church in Downingtown, PA. She was a housewife and loving mother and grandmother, and was both active in church in community affairs. She worked in tourism for the Historic Savannah Foundation and Grayline Tours. Mrs. Rendeiro was also a member of Huntington Club, Garden Club of Savannah, Savannah Chapter of DAR and A.T. Chapter of P.E.O. She was a member of St. John’s Church and served as a Docent at the Green-Meldrim House.

Surviving are her husband, James, daughter, Melissa R. Eichner of Montagnola, Switzerland, sons, J.C., III of Wilton, CT, Christopher M. of Houston, TX (deceased), and Michael of Savannah. Grandchildren: Martha, Susan, Melissa, James IV, Rachel, Amelia Rendeiro, and William James Eichner, and also four great-grandchildren. Her parents and brother, Owen Evans preceded her in death.

A graveside service and private burial will be held in Beaufort National Cemetery.

No flowers please, remembrances may be made to St. John’s Church.

 

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So sorry to hear of the loss of such a lovely lady. I always enjoyed talking with her at the Chandler gym.May God bless the family at this sad time.

AnnDonaldson, Thunderbolt, Ga.


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