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Suzanne C Ayers
June 24, 2023 ~ September 22, 2023
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Suzanne C. Ayers, 30, of Sidney passed away Friday (Sept 22, 2023) at Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana.
Visitation will be at Freese Funeral Home in Sidney on Thursday, Sept. 28th from 4 PM to 6 PM. The funeral service will be held at First Christian Church in Champaign on Friday, Sept 29 from 10 am. She will be laid to rest at Lynn Grove Cemetery South of Sidney. Suzanne was born on June 24 1993, in Woodbridge, Virginia to Kevin and Laura Ayers. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Gene and Juanita Ayers of Champaign and Ron and Dodie Meyer of Sidney and several cousins. Suzie is survived by her parents, her sister Holly Handley (Jonathan) nephews Jace and Graham of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and her brothers Roger (Emily) nephew Maximilian of Bloomington, IL and Jeffrey of Sidney.
Suzanne graduated from Mt. View H.S. in 2011 in Stafford, VA, and with honors from the University of Illinois in 2017 with a degree in History. Suzanne worked at the Meyer Produce Farm for several years. She was employed as a greeter and then in the Produce dept. at the Walmart in Savoy , IL. She described her position as a greeter on steroids!
Suzanne enjoyed baking, working outdoors, latch hook, watching Anime, creating a Christmas Village, decorating for the holidays, and playing board games with family and friends. She also enjoyed playing with her two cats. Suzie was very bubbly and her smile could light up the room.
Suzanne was a strong Christian and attended services at First Christian Church in Champaign. She was an active member of her Social Thinking group and the Mid-Central WCTU.