Celebrating the life of

Suzanne Warren Waters

November 13, 1944 - July 02, 2022

Suzanne Warren Waters

Suzanne Warren Waters, 77, died peacefully and was reunited with the love of her life Glover on Saturday, July 2, 2022.

Suzanne was a loving wife, mother, daughter, friend and the best MeMa ever. 

Suzanne was born on November 13, 1944 in Savannah at Telfair Hospital to the late Linton E and Margaret Vandivere Warren. She was a 1963 graduate of Herschel V. Jenkins High School. 

Suzanne married Harrison Glover Waters, Sr. on July 21, 1964, who preceded her in death in 2018. Suzanne retired as an executive assistant from Llewellyn & Associates in 2016 and was formerly employed by H&R Block Premium. 

Surviving are her children, Harrison Glover Waters, Jr., Leslie Waters Gibson (Brad); sister, Lynne W. Sieg of Savannah; brother, Joseph Vandivere Warren (Carolyn) of Pinehurst, NC; grandchildren, Katlyn Lamont Russell (Collin), Christopher Waters, Lanie Gibson, Tyler Waters and Mallory Waters; and one great-grandchild, Palmer Russell.

Funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 8, 2022 at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends at the funeral home for one hour prior to the funeral service. 



Kids, we are so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. both her and Glover were an added asset to the Glover Family for years both as making the reunions, but even more, going to the old house and seeing them at Aunt Adel's as they were growing up then each of you coming along in time. Family comes and go but the memories will always be in our heart for one another. Praying for comfort and understanding during these times that only God will share with those who trust in Him! Love each of you and yours!

- Ben & Crystal Glover, Elgin, SC

I am so sorry to hear of your families loss. She was always so friendly and liked to laugh.

- Donald Cowart , Richmond Hill , Ga

Suzanne was my dear friend. We worked together at H &R Block and Llewellyn and Associates. She and I shared many good times together. We would always go to Christmas in the South together and then to lunch at a favorite resturant. She liked her soup “hot” and I’ve seen her send it back as many as three times to get it the right temperature. We appreciated many of the same things-family values, good southern cooking and love for our children and grandchildren. She was a true friend and I am thankful for the memories I have of her and Glover as well. May the love of friends and family bring you comfort and the love of God give you peace.

- Carol Johnson, Savannah, Ga

I am very much saddened by the passing of Suzanne. During High School Glover was my best friend and even though Glover and Suzanne were going steady. Suzanne was my advisor and I thought of her as a sister. We would talk together for hours on the phone. For the rest of my time here on earth there will be a void in my heart, but I know one day we will be together again and laugh and talk the good times we had together, All my love to her family and as they remember what a wonderful person she was and know her and Glover are together again, hopefully that will help them during this sad time.

- Don Clanton, Charleston, SC

Glover and family, it was a privilege to get to know Suzanne. She was always very kind and welcoming to me. The love she had for her husband was precious.

- Bare H Wendy, Savannah, Georgia

Well little Glover and Leslie like I used to call you when Leslie was babysitting my children two doors down. I'm very sorry for your loss. Suzanne was a very very sweet person and surely loved her family. She and Glover made me so jealous of the love they had for each other. I'll miss them both.

- vikki h graham, SAVANNAH, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel