Memorial Created By
Ann Thatcher Gornik

Susan Thatcher

September 15, 1936 - September 20, 2022

She loved trains. Susan loved a lot of things. This is a place where all of us who loved Susan Thatcher can share about and celebrate her life. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and sign the guest book. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
Susan Stocker Thatcher, a retired occupational therapist and long-time resident of Washingtonville, New York, died Sept. 20 at the age of 86 in Fort Collins, Colo.. The daughter of Harriet née Miller Stocker and Charles Lincoln Stocker Jr. of Cleveland, Ohio, Ms. Thatcher was born in Hollywood, California and graduated from Berkeley High School and Pomona College with a degree in English literature. She received her occupational...  see more
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  • Mirabai Commer
    We love you Grandma Susan. Thank you for being such a wonderful mother to Ann and such a great grandmother to Kiya. I love Ann and Kiya very much. I'm sure much of Ann's humor/mannerisms came from you. I have mannerisms from you too! I picked them up...  more
  • David Zuhars
    I had the privilege of spending time with Susan on several occasions when she visited Polestar Gardens. She always had a beautiful energy and laughed and smiled often.

    I enjoyed cooking for her and remember she liked ginger. I was inspired to develop...  more
  • Thank you, Susan, for the quiet joy, and endless kindness you shared with everyone. I have known your family for nearly 40 years, and each time I saw you, I left feeling lighter inside. I don't recall a time when you weren't engaged in all that was...  more
  • Mom enjoyed anything that her family did, but she became an independent soccer fan even when she no longer had to go to her grandchildren´s games. I remember telling her something about Rosario, Argentina, and she responded, "Of course, the birthplace...  more
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  • Ann Thatcher Gornik
  • On Saturday, September 3rd, there was a parade in Fort Collins called the "Tour De Fat". It's about bikes. Everyone dresses up and does fun things with bikes. Michael and Gabo took Mom to the parade. They decided to go in the parade with...  more
  • Ann Thatcher Gornik