Susan C. Guy Marich, 58

Susan C. Guy Marich, 58, of Big Beaver Blvd., Wampum (Big Beaver Boro) passed away peacefully and surrounded by family on the 8th of April 2014.

Born October 9, 1955 in New Castle, she was the daughter of the late Arnold O. Guy and Sally C. Lyons Guy with whom she resided.

Susan was a beautiful wife, mother, sister, aunt and grandmother. Her family was the most important thing in her life. She cherished every memory made. Her laughter and smiling eyes lit up the room. Susan was a twenty one year cancer survivor. She enjoyed doing crafts.

In addition to her mother, Sally, survivors include husband, Dan of Wampum; two daughters, Tammy Fleeson of Ellport, Roxanne Marich of Wampum; son, Danny Marich of Altoona; two sisters, Sandy (Mark) Dombeck of Shenango Twp., Dixie (Ron) Chappell of Wampum; and two grandchildren, Nicholas and Natalee Fleeson.

She was preceded in death by her father and a brother, Eddie Guy.

Visiting hours will be held on Friday April 11 from 5 pm until the time of the funeral service at 8 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home 341 Main Street Wampum. Pastor Sam Fidell of the Living Manna in Ellwood City will officiate. Interment will follow in Clinton Cemetery.

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5 thoughts on “Susan C. Guy Marich, 58

  1. Dear Sally, Sandy, Dixie, Dan and Families,
    So sorry to hear about Sue. She was a beautiful person. Our hearts and prayers are with you always. Take care.
    Love, Lori, Robert and Adele Hervatine

    • Thank you, Lori. It’s hard losing a parent. I was just talking to Adele last night about it. It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to go through. I miss her so much already! I just want her to come home!!

  2. Hi, Mommy.. I just wanted to stop by and write you a little something. You were the strongest woman I know! You fought off brain cancer 20 years ago (21 in December), but you didn’t give up because you had three children to take care of. I was only 6 years old and I remember the day you had the grandmal seizure and you were rushed to the hospital. I remember when you were on the stretcher and they were taking you out to the ambulance, you reached your hand out to me and yelled, “I don’t want to leave my baby, please, don’t take me away from her!”. I remember that like it just happened yesterday. You never have up though, Mommy. You were a fighter, and it’s such a shame that you had to suffer the majority of those 20 years. If I could’ve traded places with you, I would have. Such a sweet, kind, and loving woman- you didn’t deserve a life like that. And I’ve always heard “The good die young”. Probably because God has things for you to do up in Heaven. I’ll miss you so much, Mommy, but I’ll always keep your memory alive and you’ll never be forgotten, that’s for sure! I could sit here and type all day, nothing but good things about you! I love you infinity, Mommy <3 I'll see you again someday! I can't wait to see you up and walking around 🙂 Until we meet again, rest easy, Mom. I miss you and I love you! XoxoX–Hugs and Kisses from afar!! **Smooches**

    • I just reread this for the millionth time. I miss you Mommy and I love you infinity ♾️? I just wanted to correct her obituary by saying that she has 4 grandchildren. She loves each of them deeply and in their own special and unique way?? She would be so proud of them all! Nicholas just graduated from college and is working full time. Natalee also graduated from college and working full time. She’s married? No great grands yet though, Mom. Just fur babies❤️ I love you, Mommy. I’ll see you again someday? Fly high??

  3. Dear Tammy, Danny, and Roxanne,

    My deepest sympatthy go’s out to all of you. Your mother was a very sweet woman who I have many memories of. She will be missed I wish you all well.

    Jason Fernandez

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