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Celebrating the life of
Susan Fuller Wolling "Susu"
June 29, 1943 - September 09, 2017
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Graveside Service
  • 1:00pm - Saturday, September 30, 2017
  • Greenwich Cemetery
  • 330 Greenwich Road (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31404

  • (912) 651-6843

Please accept my condolences for the loss of Ms. Wolling. May the God of all comfort help you to bear the burden of your grief at this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4; Psalm 55:22

Kay Banks, ,

To the family of mr Curtis I am sorry for your loss death is never a easy thing to bear but there is hope,our God Jehovah promised mankind a hope for a resurrection please read John 5:28,29 my condolences to the family. I am sorry for your loss death is easy thing to bear to lose someone you love is hurtful to the family. But Jehovah has promised mankind a hope for a resurrection. Please read John 5:28,29 this scripture will give the family strength and hope. Again I am sorry for your

Cooper, Savannah, Ga

My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in the scripture at Revelation 21:4 and the website jw.org.

Niecy, Savannah, GA

Susan was and always will be a delight of a person. Our prayers are with all of you . Heaven has gained another angel to love

Chris and MikeGreen, Savannah, Gs

My deepest condolences.May you and your dear loved ones find comfort in the Bible's promise that one day soon the sting of death will be no more.(Hosea 13:14)

Ursula, Pooler , Ga

I am sorry for your loss. Death is painful to all of us. However God's word the Bible always offers encouragement. A scripture I find comforting is Isaiah 25:8. There Jehovah promises to do away with death and all things that bring us pain. That will be very satisfying! I hope this thought has been comforting to you. May positive thoughts fill you hearts and minds as you endure this difficult time.

R.G., Savannah, Ga

My family sends our condolences to Susan's family. We all look forward to the promise at Isaiah 33:24 – “no resident will way, I am sick”. God's enemy death, will be swallowed up forever (Isaiah 25:8). When these promises are fulfilled, we will enjoy life the way our Grand Creator purposed for us…forever on earth with no more sickness and sorrow. (Psalms 37:11, 29)

Lisa D., ,

Susan Fuller Wolling, “Susu”, age 74, passed away peacefully in her Milton, GA home on the morning of Saturday, September 9th after a 4-year battle with both lung and pancreatic cancer.  She was surrounded by family and ministry at the time of passing.  Her oncologist called her a “Miracle” patient for surviving the first round of pancreatic cancer with her strong personality, her will to live and her goal of seeing her oldest granddaughter Victoria “Tori’s” 2016 Milton High School graduation.  She loved her family with all of her heart. 

 Susan was born June 29, 1943, in Lexington, Kentucky. She grew up in Atlanta, GA and attended the first graduating class of Sandy Springs High School.  She relocated to Savannah, GA, with her parents in 1961 when her father, William G. Fuller, Sr. opened Fuller Oldsmobile, Inc.  a successful automotive dealership.  While living in Savannah, she earned an associate’s degree in business, and became a mother to her only living child - Amy.  She was a member of Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church as well as the Symphony Guild, Children’s Theatre and an active member in her community.

 Susan eventually relocated back to Atlanta, GA when she married Sam Wolling.  Although no longer married, Sam remains the true love of Susan’s life.  She loved spending time with Sam and always looked forward to their weekly date nights on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday brunch at the IHOP.  She also cared deeply for Sam’s family -  his loving daughter Jenni Dewoody and husband Matthew, granddaughters Jessica Dewoody Kuhn and Mandy of Austin, TX; as well as his son, Sam Wolling, Jr. of Los Angeles, CA.

 Susan enjoyed gardening, birds and nature and was called the “flower lady” by her friends and family, who would often call on her for gardening advice. She was also an excellent cook, known for her great southern recipes!  She was beautiful, fun and always a straight- shooter – ask for her opinion and she would give you an honest answer, like it or not.  She loved golf (playing & watching on TV).  As a former member of the Champions Club of Alpharetta, she wasn’t the best golfer but one afternoon she totally surprised herself and her foursome by getting a hole in one!  She also enjoyed spending time with her many good friends at the Alpharetta Adult Activity Center. She was a member of the Alpharetta Golden Age Club and enjoyed working and volunteering in the ceramics workshop until this past summer when her cancer returned.  She attended Birmingham United Methodist Church as a guest with her daughter and family over the years.

 She will be greatly missed by her heart broken daughter, Amy Moss and her favorite Son in Law, Colin Moss, and the lights of her life – granddaughters, Victoria Johnson and Sophia Moss.  She is also survived by her best friend & brother William G. Fuller, Jr. “BG” and her loving sister-in-law, Joy Fuller, of Savannah, Ga.; her loving nieces, Jill, Ned and Caroline Joy Woolfolk of St. Augustine, FL, Kristan and Nick Constantine and their daughter Mary Grace of Savannah, GA; and her nephew, Gaines Fuller Jonakin and Lori Jonakin and their daughter Zoie of Austin, TX.  As well as her devoted younger sister, Gaye Fuller; her loving nephews and niece, William & Caroline Watson, Philip Watson of Atlanta, GA, Lauren and Cole Fingulin and their daughter, Alice of Norfolk, Virginia. As well as her cousins in Kentucky, Julie, Ben and Bill Gayle and many other numerous family members and friends, including her very dear friend, Marilyn McLuckie Brown of Centre, Alabama. 

 Susan was preceded in death by her loving parents, William G. Fuller, Sr. and Mary Busse Fuller, and Susan’s infant son, William David.

 There will be a Chapel service at 2pm Sunday, September 17 at Northside Chapel (12050 Crabapple Road, Roswell, GA  30075). Pastor John Wolfe will be performing the ceremony.

 Graveside inurnment will follow Saturday, September 30th at 1:00 p.m. at the family’s plot in the Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, GA.  Service will be conducted by Pastor Jim Giddens. Family and friends are invited to attend.  Fox and Weeks Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.  Service time can be confirmed at www.foxandweeks.com.

 In lieu of flower, donations may be made in her name to one of the following organizations special to her heart: American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org/donate?) or March of Dimes (www.marchofdimes.org).

 

 

 

 

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Please accept my condolences for the loss of Ms. Wolling. May the God of all comfort help you to bear the burden of your grief at this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4; Psalm 55:22

Kay Banks, ,

To the family of mr Curtis I am sorry for your loss death is never a easy thing to bear but there is hope,our God Jehovah promised mankind a hope for a resurrection please read John 5:28,29 my condolences to the family. I am sorry for your loss death is easy thing to bear to lose someone you love is hurtful to the family. But Jehovah has promised mankind a hope for a resurrection. Please read John 5:28,29 this scripture will give the family strength and hope. Again I am sorry for your

Cooper, Savannah, Ga

My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in the scripture at Revelation 21:4 and the website jw.org.

Niecy, Savannah, GA

Susan was and always will be a delight of a person. Our prayers are with all of you . Heaven has gained another angel to love

Chris and MikeGreen, Savannah, Gs

Candle tribute lit by Chris and Mike Green — Georgia

My deepest condolences.May you and your dear loved ones find comfort in the Bible's promise that one day soon the sting of death will be no more.(Hosea 13:14)

Ursula, Pooler , Ga

I am sorry for your loss. Death is painful to all of us. However God's word the Bible always offers encouragement. A scripture I find comforting is Isaiah 25:8. There Jehovah promises to do away with death and all things that bring us pain. That will be very satisfying! I hope this thought has been comforting to you. May positive thoughts fill you hearts and minds as you endure this difficult time.

R.G., Savannah, Ga

My family sends our condolences to Susan's family. We all look forward to the promise at Isaiah 33:24 – “no resident will way, I am sick”. God's enemy death, will be swallowed up forever (Isaiah 25:8). When these promises are fulfilled, we will enjoy life the way our Grand Creator purposed for us…forever on earth with no more sickness and sorrow. (Psalms 37:11, 29)

Lisa D., ,


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