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Sue Elaine Connally

Sue Elaine Connally

Sunday April 11th, 1937 - Monday March 29th, 2021
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Sue Elaine Connally, age 83, was born on April 11, 1937 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to the late Luke and Lillie Bell Connally. Sue’s siblings, Lucy Mae Spivey, Louise Brewer, Luke Connally, Jr. Betty Usher, and Elizabeth Ammons, all preceded her in death. We will miss all of them. Sue was born prematurely and was the youngest of her siblings.

She attended school in Chattanooga and played basketball at Orchard Knob. She was the matriarch of our family. She had no children but was cherished by all of her nieces and nephews.

She was a resident of Sharp Street in Churchville for many years. She received a community award for the oldest home. She was a faithful Sunday School teacher at First Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, where Rev. J.W. Strickland is the Pastor.

Sue was a pillar of the Churchville community until her health failed. Family and neighbors called her Aunt Sue. Our love for our Aunt Sue will forever be in our hearts. Aunt Sue and her devoted nieces, Keyshia Jackson, Frances Williams and Jacquelyn Wilson have always been the "caretakers" of the family.

Her nephew, Shelton Jackson, was the love of her life. Aunt Sue will be lovingly remembered by a host of nieces, great nieces and nephews.

Public viewing will be held, 9:00 AM-11:30AM, Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the funeral home, followed by a 12:00 noon funeral service. Interment: Lakewood Memory Gardens East.

Arrangements by John P. Franklin Funeral Home, 1101 Dodds Avenue, 423-622-9995.
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EDITH WADLEY

Posted at 08:06pm
TO THE FAMILY OF AUNT SUE; WE HAVE BEEN FAMILY SINCE I CAN REMEMBER WHEN BRO. AND SIS. LUKE CONNALLY WERE LEADERS OF THE CONGREGATION OF CHRIST. SUE AND HER SISTERS, MY MOTHER AND AUNTS ACTED LIKE SISTERS ALL THE TIME. OUR FAMILY FUNCTIONS WERE ALWAYS CELEBRATED TOGETHER . WE WILL MISS HER DEEPLY FAMILY, AND WE WILL CERTAINLY CONTINUE OUR PRAYERS FOR HER RELATIVES, CHURCH MEMBERS AND FRIENDS AMEN...WE LOVE YOU AUNT SUE...ETERNALLY

Tanisha Wormley

Posted at 05:52pm
You were “The Glue” that held our family together. We thank God that you lived 83 Glorious years on this earth. We know you are resting peacefully. I will always remember the family memories on 2000 Sharp Street sitting with you on the screen patio laughing to outside in the backyard smelling BBQ, to lighting the street up with firecrackers to performing songs and dancing in the living room with my cousin Jazzy for Christmas. We love you Aunt Sue!
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