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Mary Susan
February 25, 1964   -   May 08 , 2006

Obituary posted by : Vicki Gryder ,  sister-inlaw   
Person Description:
May 8, 2005 Mary Susan Gryder was at her home when she went to be with the Lord and her sister Tina Myers. Born February 25, 1964 in Wichita Falls survived by Mother Oleta Dunnavant and Father Donald Gryder and Step-Mother Yanti Gryder. Two children daughter Trista Cook and son Dillon Cook. Four sisters Lisa Cargil husband Jason of Gladewater, Kelly Johnson husband Dewayne of Guam, Allise Gryder of Indonesia and Step-Sister Misty Cargil and husband Butch of Kilgore. Three brothers Donny Gryder and wife Vicki of White Oak, Step-Brothers Tommy Dunnavant and Jimmy Dunnavant. Sister in her heart Lena Teepe and her husband Lee. Susan had an extended family of children that she help to raise Little Mac, Kenny, Kerry, Jenny, Jerry and Heather. Services were at 2:00 p.m May ll, 2006 at Nazarene Church with Rev. Dean Simmons Officiating. Interment at Old East Mountain Cemetery. She was preceded in death by Step-Dad James Dunnavant of Gladewater and her grandparents Carl & Lula Gryder of Lubbock and William Henry and Alva Jones of Gladewater.
Susan did everything to overcome the battle with breast cancer. If prayers and love could keep her with us she would have been here forever. Susan loved children her own and her numerous nieces and nephews. She will be missed but we know there is a special angel in heaven spreading her wings and free of all the pain and suffering.
On behave of Susan Gryder and her children the Dunnavant, Cargil and Gryder family would like to thank all friends, family and others that were there to pray, help and comfort in this very trying time. A special thank you to the nurses that helped. May God Bless you all. Your kindness will never be forgotten.
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