Margaret Suzanne Bagnall, 82, of Gaineville, Georgia passed away on Saturday, February 5, 2022 with her loving family by her side.
Susie was born on March 20, 1939 in New Moorefield, Ohio. She is survived by daughter Beth Eldridge (Randy), Gainesville, GA and son Ray Rosher (Charmain), Miami, FL; grandchildren Sarah Haynes (Rick), Rachel Searcy, Brittany Lovins (Paden), Dakota Rosher and Cheyenne Rosher; 5 great grandchildren; brother Johnny Pierce (Arlene) and sister Nancy Davis (Howard).
Susie was married from 1959-1987 to Richard Rosher. Their love for the outdoors was deeply instilled in their two children, Beth and Ray. Spending time at the camp in the Everglades and summers fishing at the beach was a family tradition that is still carried down to this day. In 2012, Susie met and married Stanley Bagnall. They were married for 8 years, until he passed away in May of 2020. Meeting Stan when she was 73 and he was 88 brought out the lighthearted teenager in both of them and they were truly in love.
Susie was a kind and caring soul who never met a stranger, just a friend she hadn’t met yet! Her faith as one of Jehovah’s Witness took her to many International Conventions where she met a worldwide group of friends whom she treasured and considered to be family. Susie was so generous and hospitable to all she met. She loved to have her awesome “get-togethers”with a houseful of her friends where there would always be food, wine, music and laughter.
Travel and photography were two of her favorite pastimes. Her pictures and memories from all over the world brought her a lot of comfort and happiness in her later years.
Being a caregiver was one of her biggest passions. She left her job to care for her mother, Dortha Pierce, for over a decade, as well as her mother-in-law, Louise Rosher. This brought the family so much comfort knowing Susie was there for them. In turn, the family lovingly cared for Susie in her later years. She will be missed by many.
A memorial of her life will be held at a later date via Zoom.
Arrangements by Cleveland Funeral Home