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Susan Richmond-Yoho, 67, of Rockford, passed away August 13, 2017. She was born September 5, 1949 in Rockford, the daughter of Carlton L. and Bette L. (Monson) Richmond. Sue worked as a taxi driver at Speedy Taxi.
She is survived by her husband, Darrell Yoho; sons, Bruce (Nikki) Richmond and Steve Schwarze; sisters, Mona Richmond, Nancy Ure, and Beth Carter; grandchildren, Bruce Richmond, Jr., Kyle (Kristin) Richmond, Kristopher Richmond, and Allison Lawhorn; and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents; grandparents; and brother, Carl "Butch" Richmond.
Memorial will be held at 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 19, 2017 in Fred C. Olson Chapel, 1001 Second Ave., Rockford. Memorial may be made to the family.

Condolences & Shared Memories (7)

  1. Dale Wentz

    My sincere condolences to the family she was a very sweet and honest lady God is surely gained another angel.

  2. Cheryl Vet Kuilen

    Rest in peace Sue. All my love to Bruce and the whole Richmond Clan.

  3. Nancy Ure

    Sue, You are So Loved!!!! We will miss you So Much!! You are now w/ Mom, Dad & Butch!! plus maybe more of Our Loved Ones. Now you're now no longer in discomfort. Rest In Peace, Sue.

  4. Becky Calcione

    My heart is broken , Sue and I have been friends since the age of twelve. We've been through a lot together, Sue you've been my best friend, my sister . I love you so much and I will miss you always and forever

  5. Paula Combs

    I am so sorry Mom and I cannot attend Sue's memorial service. We have not seen Sue or her sisters for a long time. Sue was my cousin and my mom, Lois Rewerts, was her aunt. We wish her family the best and God Bless all.

  6. Jodi Bristol

    Sue,,,, I'm sure going to miss seeing you and your spunky attitude!!! You always kept me on my toes and made me laugh all the time. Rest in peace Sue. I sure will miss you!!!!

  7. LInda Bruner

    Sue I enjoyed being your caregiver I also enjoyed being with you especily when you wanted to go to Morning Glorys for lunch you always asked if we could go even before I clocked in


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