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Obituary: Baugh, Suzanne Joy

Age 53

BAUGH, Suzanne Joy Sue Baugh (Smith) was born July 20, 1960 at Fairchild AFB passed away July 14, 2014 in Chattaroy, Washington. She was a lifelong Spokane resident except for her three-year tour as an Army wife. She was preceded in death by her mother Thelma Patricia King. She leaves behind her husband Robert; her daughter Jessica Ann Davis; her son Jason Lee Baugh (Brandy); her grandchildren Mason Davis, Billyann Davis, Austyn Davis, Travis Davis, Harper Baugh; and great-granddaughter Payton Curlee. Sue’s siblings included sisters Patricia (Ken Hubert), Debbie (Eric Showberg), and the brat of the family Deanna (Hamilton). Her brothers included John Smith Jr. (Chrissy) and Steve Smith (Merrijo). Her father John Smith Sr. and mom Theresia are still kicking it down in Arizona. Sue had many nieces and nephews that she loved so dearly and thought of them as if they were her own. On July 25, 1976 Sue married the love of her life Bob. Sue and Bob were getting ready to celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary together. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, friend and mentor. Sue lived life to the fullest and was a very positive role model for us all. Sue got her GED through the TYE Program, and for her working career was able to work with her husband at their business, Pyramid Car Stereo. Sue loved gardening and being a homemaker, and she did so with a passion. Sue was a true softball widow who traveled extensively with Bob during their softball playing and umpiring days. We will treasure the memories of a dear wife, a wonderful mother, sister, aunt, oma, and good friend. We will miss terribly the unconditional love and warmth that she gave to all of us. The world is a colder place tonight. I love and miss you so much my beautiful wife. Sue has many friends that she enjoyed from Pyramid Car Stereo and from softball. Sue’s family would like to extend an invitation to join us for Funeral Services and A Celebration of Sue’s Life on Monday, July 21, 1:00 pm at Spokane Memorial Gardens off the Pullman Highway.