ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Susan Cassidy, 82 years old, born on September 16, 1938, and passed away on February 4, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by PETER GRIGNON on March 19, 2021
I had the opportunity to work with Susan at United Way. She helped us out at the front desk. Always cheerful, friendly and willing to assist are words I would describe her by. A kind soul that will be missed.

Pete
Posted by Jan Farning on March 19, 2021
What can I say Mary about your fantastic Mother that hasn’t been said already....I so enjoyed knowing, working, laughing with her when we worked at UWPC together. It was great for both of us since we were so close in age which was unusual that we worked at the same time, same place.... we had so many good times either in person or with email after I retired up to fairly recently. You came from “good stock” gal, as you already know, take care knowing that she is in a “good place” with God and others that she loved...
Posted by Mary Cassidy on March 14, 2021
Mom, I miss you more and more every day. Most days are really hard but I know you are in a wonderful place. I know I will see you again one day. Hug everyone up there for me. I love you!

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Posted by PETER GRIGNON on March 19, 2021
I had the opportunity to work with Susan at United Way. She helped us out at the front desk. Always cheerful, friendly and willing to assist are words I would describe her by. A kind soul that will be missed.

Pete
Posted by Jan Farning on March 19, 2021
What can I say Mary about your fantastic Mother that hasn’t been said already....I so enjoyed knowing, working, laughing with her when we worked at UWPC together. It was great for both of us since we were so close in age which was unusual that we worked at the same time, same place.... we had so many good times either in person or with email after I retired up to fairly recently. You came from “good stock” gal, as you already know, take care knowing that she is in a “good place” with God and others that she loved...
Posted by Mary Cassidy on March 14, 2021
Mom, I miss you more and more every day. Most days are really hard but I know you are in a wonderful place. I know I will see you again one day. Hug everyone up there for me. I love you!
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Obituary

Susan B Cassidy, 82, of Tacoma, WA, peacefully passed away on February 4, 2021. She was born to parents Anne Baker and William Baker, on September 16th, 1938 in Mt Vernon, New York.

Susan lived 1000 years in the 82 calendar years of her life because of how she attacked life.

Susan was a woman of many talents such as; Radio DJ, (Story time with Susan), Co-owner (with Lucretia Peacock May) of a well-known silk flower shop in New Castle Indiana (Peti-Posies). She excelled with every type of craft from flower arranging, Oil, water and tole painting and card making. Besides being very artistic, her greatest passion was working with Henry County United Fund and United Ways of King & Pierce Counties. One of her crowning achievements was growing the volunteer base for Day of Caring in New Castle Indiana from 40 her first year to over 700 when she retired.

Susan is survived by Son John Cassidy (Suzy, Krista, Lindsey, Annabelle) Daughter Mary Cassidy, Brother Bill Baker (Aaron, Tracie) Nate Price (Aideen), Jon Price (Sandra) AJ Price (Wendy, Chayse), Zack Price (Lindsay) Susan Tallman (Glen, Kimberly, Dave), George Thompson (Ann, Katie, Courtney, George), Amanda Cassidy (daughter in law) and numerous grand fur babies..

She was preceded in death by John Cassidy (Husband), Debbie Price (Daughter), Chris Cassidy (son).

Susan will be fondly remembered by family, new friends and lifelong friends as a loving mother, grandmother, sister

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100 MPH

Shared by Mary Cassidy on March 14, 2021
When we were moving Mom from Indiana to Washington, we packed the van tight and headed out on the road. We took turns driving and napping. Somewhere in Wyoming, mom was driving and I was napping. When I woke up, she said "so how did it feel?" I said how did what feel? She said going 100 MPH! and laughed. She said, "I just wanted to see how it would feel!"