Sharon Sue “Susie” Park

Sharon Sue “Susie” Park

November 19, 1942 – February 7, 2022

Sharon Sue “Susie” Park was born November 19, 1942 at Harris Hospital in Ft. Worth, TX to Kenneth and Elizabeth Webb. After graduating from RL Paschal High School, she attended Texas Tech University where she became a member of Alpha Chi Omega. In 1964 she married the love of her life, Jerry Park, to whom she was married for almost 50 years. She credits Jerry with supporting her continued education which included a Master of Education from Central State University and a Doctorate of Education from Oklahoma State University in 1989.

Susie spent a lifetime in educating others from elementary to college level.  Her passion was special education students. She also owned and operated her own non-profit school that focused on tutoring special needs students. In retirement, she continued her education of others by authoring children’s books, and eventually accomplished her lifelong goal of becoming a published author.

Susie continued her devotion to Alpha Chi Omega throughout her lifetime. She loved traveling, sewing, quilting and reading. Her favorite place on earth was her beloved Rocky Mountains.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Jerry; her parents, Kenneth and Elizabeth Webb; and her younger brother James. She is survived by her children, son Rusty and Cindy Park of Depoe Bay, OR; son Randy and Anne Park of Plainfield, IL; daughter, ShyAnn and Grant Milner of Edmond, OK; grandchildren Lauren, Ryan, Maggie, Mason and Jacob; and siblings Larry Webb, Nancy Malik, and Betsy Hayes.

Services will be held Saturday, February 12, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. at Southern Hills Christian Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Assocation or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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1 thought on “Sharon Sue “Susie” Park”

  1. James Turner lll

    Mrs Parks was one of my favorite teachers at Eisenhower Middle School in okc. She would always get on me for talking in class , but it made me a better student once I got in high school at John Marshall . Always appreciate the people you encounter threw life because life is short and sweet. She was my teacher back in 1983-84.

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