Suzann Hunsucker, a 78 year resident of Redondo Beach, passed away on Monday, April 27, 2020 in Torrance, CA. She was born September 6, 1939 in Beloit Kansas. Survivors include her loving husband of 62 years, William Hunsucker of Redondo Beach, CA, Sister, Sharon (Rodney) Libersat of Las Vegas, NV, Children, Peggy Vigneau of Redondo Beach, CA, Travis Hunsucker of Lakewood, CA, Grandchildren, Jeremy (Laurie) Wesson of Riverside, CA, Rebekah (Patrick) Calderon of Colorado Springs, CO, Great Grandchildren, Aidan Calderon of Colorado Springs, CO, Kyle and Mason Moore and Jake and Vivian Wesson of Riverside, CA, God-Grandchildren, Madison and Christian Fahlborg of Sarasota Springs, NY. The family wants to express their gratitude to her caregivers, Lourdes and Raphael, at Brentwood Villa. We are eternally grateful for the love and compassion they showed Suzann in the final year of her life.

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  1. Sue was my dearest friend for 65 years. I loved her like my own sister and we shared so many memories together. When I was 15 and she was 14 at a slumber party at my house, the two of us decided to wake up the neighborhood at 2am when we went out and did the “bunny hop” up and down the sidewalk on my street. Later, we decided we should get some sleep so ended up crawling into the bathtub (no water) for about an hour. My mind goes crazy just thinking of so many things the two of us did together. Our favorite song was Schboom and we spent a lot of time belting that out. Nobody will ever take her place in my heart. I miss you, my friend.

  2. mi amigo Travis my condolences she’s is in pace you was a great great son and very nice human we miss you a lot receive a big hug from Hugo and my self

  3. My condolences to the Hunsucker family. I did not know Sue personally but through Travis, he would tell the best stories (funny, sad and beautiful) about her, her husband and the family.
    To Travis, I know how much your Mom meant to you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this difficult time. Please take care.

  4. Travis, So sorry to hear about your mom, loved all the stories you told about her and your family, always fun to hear you tell them. Thinking of you and your family during this time.

  5. Travis,

    I’m so sorry to hear about your mom. I know she meant the world to you. I pray you and your family find peace and strength. Keep sharing the good memories. To live in the hearts we leave behind, is not to die. xoxox

  6. Travis,

    So sorry to hear about your loss. You mom was a special lady. Really loved it when she came into the office. Only good memories. Send our love to your family in this time of need.

  7. To Travis and all of your family, and especially your dad,
    I am so sad to receive this news. Suzann was a lovely person and I know you were very close to her. She was
    born in my era and I relate to her for that too. Travis, my thoughts are with you and would love to have been able
    to be at her service. This is such an unusual time. Please don’t hesitate to let me know if there is anything at all
    that we could do for you. We miss you a lot.
    With sincere condolences, Frank and Audrey

  8. No words will ever do justice to the impact Sue has left on my life. I have known her most of my life. She has been a beacon of light, an inspiration and a wonderful woman and mom. She will be loved always and never ever forgotten. I am grateful to have been able to have her in my life, especially when I was younger. It was an honor to know her and I will always keep her close to my heart.
    Travis, Bill and Peggy, I hope you find peace and comfort in this difficult time. The family sends their love and prayers daily.

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