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Suzanne Kay FitzSimons

July 16, 1930 — December 31, 2023

Indianapolis

Suzanne Kay FitzSimons of Indianapolis, IN went to her reward on December 31, 2023. Sue was born in Connersville, Indiana July 16, 1930, an only child to Charles C. and Lillian Bundy Lewis.

She married Patrick Henry FitzSimons November 17, 1951, who proceeded her in death in 1999. She was also predeceased by her eldest daughter Ann L. FitzSimons who passed away in 1976.

Survivors include 3 sons, Patrick H. FitzSimons of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Sean C. FitzSimons and Phillip L. (Lesley) FitzSimons of Indianapolis. Sue is also survived by her daughter Theresa E. FitzSimons and 3 grandchildren Cleary Ahern, Reagan FitzSimons and Conrad FitzSimons. A private memorial will be held in the Summer of 2024.

Suzanne graduated from Shortridge High School class of 1948 and went on to attend Butler University. She committed over 25 years working for the Marion County Clerk’s Office retiring in 1995 as West Court Supervisor of Clerks. A dedicated public servant and lifelong Republican, she also served as a Precinct Committee Person.

Mom was well-spoken and sharp as a tack. Our father often proclaimed she had the memory of an elephant. Although a private person, she never took herself too seriously and had a fantastic sense of humor. She loved animals and had a charitable heart. Her children’s biggest cheerleader, she never wavered in her love for those she held dear. In her later years she enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles, making art and frequent travel to Las Vegas and Florida with her daughter. She will be missed.

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