Susan D. Timothy

May 27, 1949 - April 10, 2020

Age 70, of Wyoming, NY, passed away at her home on April 10, 2020.

She was born May 27, 1949 in Warsaw, NY daughter of the late Gerald Stothers and Ruth Fleming Stothers of Orlando, FL. Sue was dedicated to child care, babysitting in earlier years and in more recent years working at the former Mudpies and Milestones Day Care Center in Warsaw. She also worked for several years as a clerk at the Wyoming County Community Hospital.

Sue was a longtime member of the Wyoming United Methodist Church. She also was an accomplished seamstress, always willing to fix or mend for family and friends.

Sue was predeceased by her husband, Brian Timothy who passed away on December 13, 2016, her son, Kelly Timothy who died in 2019 and her grandson, Casey Timothy who died in 2011.

Surviving along with her mother are her son, Tracy (Megan Fisher) Timothy of Ithaca; her grandchildren, Brandon Timothy, Morrigan Timothy and Brynn Timothy; her sisters, Carolyn (Craig) Timothy of Wyoming, Amy McNamara of Wyoming, Cynthia McGowan of Alabama; her brother, Richard (Cindy) Stothers of Orlando, FL; mother-in-law, Pauline Timothy of Wyoming; brother-in-law, Gary Timothy of Wyoming; sister-in-law, Karen (Andy) Hart of Batavia.
Sue was the sister of the late Arthur Stothers, Robert Stothers and Linda Fladie and was daughter-in-law of the late Leonard Timothy.

Due to the current health crisis, there will be no visitation or service at this time. Public services will be held at a future date to be announced. Memorials in Sue’s memory may be made to the Wyoming United Methodist Church, PO Box 213, Wyoming, NY 14591.

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Apr 26.20 from Judy Newman:

Sue was a good friend and co-worker of mine at WCCH. I will miss her very much. She always had a smile even when things were hard. Sue would say “God has a plan”. Sue was a very sweet lady. Sue never had a harsh word to say about anyone. Sue has left me many great memories. Love & prayers to Sue’s family.  Please tell her Great Grandchildren in years to come how special Sue was.

Apr 24.20 from Judy Newman:

Sue was a good friend and co-worker of mine at WCCH.  I will miss her very much.  She always had a smile even when things were hard.  Sue would say God has a plan. Sue was a very sweet lady. Sue never a harsh word to say.  Love & prayers to Sue’s family.

Apr 19.20 from Jody Lee Breslin:

Love and prayers to Susan’s family and friends .

Apr 17.20 from Christine Lathigee:

Her battle is over and she earned her spot in heaven. Gone but never forgotten, she will be held in a hearts until we meet again. Love and prays to all the hearts she touched throughout her years. Till we meet again, love ya Aunt Sue.

Apr 16.20 from Cynthia Mcgowan:

Miss you sister. Rest in peace

Apr 16.20 from Ed and Judy Marquart:

I remember your smile and your beautiful voice when you sang.  Your like was cut short but you will never be forgotten and now you are at peace with your family in heaven.  God bless Susie and love you

Apr 16.20 from Mary Lee Pagliaroli:

My thoughts & prayers are with Sue’s family.  I pray that loving memories will help bring them peace.

Apr 16.20 from Linda Greig:

My condolence to Sue’s family.


Apr 16.20 from Tim and Karen Stothers:

Our hearts go out to Sue family. She was such loving and giving person. I remember when her son Kelly was born. She called me and asked if I would mind if she named him Kelly. We had just had our daughter and named Kelly. Sue told me, I just love that name! I replied, there could be no higher compliment. God Bless and Keep all of her family, Tim and Karen