Susie Naifeh Meyerson

1953-2013

Meyerson, KarenSusie Meyerson, age 60, of Edmond, Oklahoma, passed away on January 8, 2013, after a brief illness. She was born January 2, 1953, to Robert N. and Lillian (Homra) Naifeh in Norman, Oklahoma. Susie graduated from Norman High School in 1971 and earned a B.A. in Social Work from the University of Oklahoma in 1976. Through the years, she was employed in Shawnee, OK, at High Pointe Hospital, and in Oklahoma City at Skirvin Hotel and Sheraton Hotel. Most recently, she was a dedicated volunteer at Individual Artists of Oklahoma Gallery in Oklahoma City.

Susie was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, John Meyerson . She is survived by her sister and brother-in-law, Lee Ann and Jim Kuhlman; brother and sister-in-law, Bob and Carol Naifeh, all of Edmond, OK; niece, Leslie Payne (Jessie) of Tulsa, OK; nephews, Jonathan Kuhlman (Liz) of Norman, OK; Jason Kuhlman of Austin, TX; Nick Naifeh, Chuck Naifeh, and Jake Naifeh of Edmond; great-nephew, Nicholas Naifeh, great-nieces, Naifeh Kuhlman and Lillian Payne; as well as a multitude of cousins and friends.

Susie loved her family and delighted in the accomplishments of her niece and nephews. She was a devoted wife, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. She found joy in yoga, afternoon walks, volunteer work, lunch dates with her friends, and special times with her family.

A memorial service to celebrate Susie’s life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 12, 2013 at Matthews Funeral Home, 601 S. Kelly Avenue, Edmond, OK. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Student Mobilization Christian Ministry, P.O. Box 567, Conway, AR, 72033; Oklahoma Arts Council, 2101 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 640, Oklahoma City, OK, 73105; or the charity of your choice.

Comments

  1. Susie’s Family,

    We have been praying for Susie these past few weeks and are so sad to hear about her passing. She was such a kind and sweet person who we enjoyed so much knowing. As her former neighbors, we appreciated all of the kindness she showed us and our family through the years. Susie always had a smile on her face and we so treasured our friendship. Your family will continue to be in our prayers.

    Elaine and Dennis Kelly

    • Kelly’s,

      Thank you for your kind words. I failed to look at this site, so am just seeing some of the sweet notes that were written. Susie spoke of your family often and missed you after your move.

      It has been a difficult and sad time for us, but I know Susie is in a better place. I do miss her greatly.

      Lee Ann Kuhlman
      Susie’s sister

  2. I remember Susie from Grade School, Junior High and High School. She was alway happy, smiling and kind to everyone. She was such an inspiration. Wish I had been in contact with her since then.

    I know her beautiful smile will be missed.

    • Sandy,

      Thank you for your kind words. I failed to look at this site, so am just seeing some of the sweet notes that were written.

      It has been a difficult and sad time for us, but I know Susie is in a better place. I do miss her greatly.

      Lee Ann Kuhlman
      Susie’s sister

  3. To Susie’s Beautiful Family:

    Aaron and I extend our deepest condolences to each of you.

    Susie’s radiant smile and sweet spirit expressed her very nature. She was always incredibly warm and caring to us each time that we were together.
    No matter the occasion, Susie’s presence always brought peace, calm, and joy.

    We pray that you will be comforted by the Holy Spirit during this time of transition. Your family is so precious and we love you all very much.

    Sincerely,
    Alison & Aaron Petrone

    • Allie and Aaron,

      Thank you for your kind words. I failed to look at this site, so am just seeing some of the sweet notes that were written.

      It has been a difficult and sad time for us, but I know Susie is in a better place. I do miss her greatly.

      Lee Ann Kuhlman
      Susie’s sister

  4. My mom, Gertrude Barkett wife of James(now deceased) filled me in on the details of Susie’s family. She was the niece of our dear friends Fred and Margaret Homra. And our cousin Frances Barkett(Cairo,IL) was in Robert and Lillian’s wedding. My mom and dad made a trip to OK in the early 90’s and visited with Robert and Lillian. We send our condolences to the family. This hits close to home for me because I am also 60 years old.

    • Mitch,

      Thank you for your kind words. I failed to look at this site, so am just seeing some of the sweet notes that were written.

      It has been a difficult and sad time for us, but I know Susie is in a better place. I do miss her greatly.

      Lee Ann Kuhlman
      Susie’s sister

  5. Annie, Bobby and Family,
    Susie was very special to me. I loved her laugh and her smile and I will miss her so much. I’m thinking of all of you in this time of sadness. Remember her laugh, it was one of a kind.
    Love to all,
    Terri

  6. LeeAnn,

    I am so sorry for your loss of your sister. You are in our thougths and prayers.

  7. If this is your resolution this year, then it might be time to step back and reconsider your vacation plans.
    This training course helps yourself to operate on your
    diving skill and much better them each day. They
    have a great tropical pool, a social clubhouse with free Wi – Fi and
    the required bar for divers.

    Look at my blog post … news

  8. Clapton was up for it, with one condition: that Scottish bass player Jack Bruce join their band.
    She has been noted for her ethereal visual style and symbolic lyrics.
    The over analyzing didn’t make sense to me as
    I just wanted to write songs that might mean something to people – and all of a sudden these things I’d never really considered like marketing strategies and budgets
    became more important to the people around me.

    My web page fleetwood mac 2004

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.