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Susan E. Schorr

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Susan E Schorr, 75, passed away peacefully on October 1st, 2023, with her Granddaughter Kylee by her side. 

Susan was a mother, a grandmother, a great-grandmother and a true inspiration to everyone who met her.

Susan worked at Happy Hollow Daycare for 23 years and was loved by so many children, parents and staff. Taking care of children was her pride and joy.  She continued to work up until her cancer diagnosis 3 months ago.  She devoted her life to taking care of children and when her daughter passed away, she was raising her 3 grandchildren.

When Susan wasn’t working, you would often find her at wrestling matches supporting her grandson and all the wrestlers. The Wrestling community was some of her favorite people to be around. 

If you couldn’t find Susan at wrestling, she would be with her three great-grandchildren who she loved dearly.  (Or at Yard Sales)!

If you knew Susan, you knew that she continually put others before herself. You knew she was loving and compassionate.  She never had a harsh word for anyone!  But the people she loved the most were her family.  Susan is preceded in death by her son Ryan Schorr, her Daughter Erin Schorr, her sister and two brothers.  She is survived by her brother Ronald Archer, her son Brandon Schorr, Her granddaughters, Kylee Schorr, Paityn Schorr, and Trinity Schorr. Her grandsons, Dallas Schorr, Kamden Schorr, and Damon Schorr.  Several nieces and nephews. A special niece Tamara Schory and her three great-granddaughters Brinley, Adelyn and Braelyn.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a fund to help support the future needs of the grandchildren Susan was raising up until her passing. 

A visitation will be held on Monday October 9, 2023 from 10AM-11AM at Enola Emmanuel United Methodist Church 22 Salt Road Enola PA 17025. A memorial service will begin at 11AM at the church.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Schorr family.

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