Suzanne Wheeler

Obituary of Suzanne R. Wheeler

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Suzanne R. Wheeler passed away February 21, 2024.  Born October 16, 1948 in Lockport she was the daughter of Victor and Clara Mae (Wittcop) Dold.  Suzanne worked at K-Mart Department Store and retired from WalMart Department Store in Lockport.  She also was a bartender at local restaurants and catered around Lockport as well.  Suzanne enjoyed birdwatching, crossword puzzles, and especially spending time with her family.  She was predeceased by her husband’s Michael Roundtree in 1989 and Richard Wheeler in 1992.

Suzanne is survived by her children Belinda (Gareth) Pichey and Duane (Dorothee) Duxbury; grandchildren Ashley Daniels, Brianna (Jordon) Doehrmann, Kimberly Duxbury, and Jeremy Duxbury; great grandchildren Tristen Blakley, Alphonse Blakley, and Caroline Doehrmann; siblings Frederick Dold, Sandy Toenniessen, Alice (Mark) Phonner, Arlene Dold, and Nancy Arkland; also companion Mario Pellicano and several nieces and nephews.  She was predeceased by her siblings Esther Barnes, Gordon Dold, Jane Demmin, Harold Dold, and Billy Dold.

Private graveside services will be held at the convenience of the family.  Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Wilson.

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