Susan Forro

Susan (“Sue”) Margaret Forro, age 69 of Davison, MI peacefully passed away on Friday, December 3, 2021 surrounded by her loving family at her home. She was born July 18, 1952 in Milwaukee, WI to Richard & Jean Bauer. She married her high school sweetheart, Jim Forro at St. John Catholic Church in Davison, MI on September 19, 1975. She had 46 years of blessed and loving marriage that allowed her to skip purgatory and go straight to heaven because of Jim. She was the loving mother to Kristin (Brian) Dunaway of Lapeer, MI and Gabriel (Sandra) Forro of North Branch, MI. She was an adored grandma to Austin, Hunter, Lucas, Lydia and the latest apple of her eye, Colton who is 18 months old. She was a cherished sister to Mary (Ed) Francis and Laurie (Don) Garant. She was additionally loved by her sisters in law, Martha Irish, Mary (Chris) Forro and Nancy (Tim) Cresswell. She was equally loved by her brother in law, Eugene Forro (also known as “Captain Chaos” because he always brought the fun and craziness). She was a loved aunt to Everett, Katy, DJ, Mary Ellen and Jen. She was blessed to have enjoyed her years with so many special friends that were near and dear to her heart. Even if she hadn’t seen them or spoken to them recently, please know you all held a special place in her heart, her home and family’s memories included you all.

Sue was a St. John Catholic School attendee and Davison High School graduate of 1970. She then pursued her bachelors degree in psychology and sociology from Central Michigan University (Go Chips!). She left the workforce to raise her two children, which she revered as her most cherished role. She loved to be surrounded by family and friends. She loved to  read, bake, do needlework, paint ceramics and many other crafts throughout her years. Her home contains so many items of her own handiwork. Her home was filled with love, her treasured collectables and her never ending collection of angels (93 and we’re still counting). She loved to laugh at the stories of her children and grandchildren with their hunting and exploring shenanigans and their tall tales about the 80 acre woods behind her home. Her faith was of utmost importance to her, she was a faithful member of St. John Catholic Church and volunteered in various committees throughout her entire life. She will be greatly missed, our hearts are especially broken at her quickly advanced cancer, but we are sure she felt everyone’s love. A special thank you to Hurley Medical Center ER nurses, Carol and Jill. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The Medical Team, whose swift hospice care service helped us get her home and comfortable quickly.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:00 pm Monday, December 6, 2021, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 404 Dayton St., Davison. Fr. Andrew A. Czajkowski, Celebrant. Burial will follow at St. John Cemetery. Family will receive visitors from 3-7 pm Sunday at Hansen Funeral Home Groves Chapel, Downtown Davison. Susan will lie in state at the Church from 12:00 noon Monday until time of service. Those desiring may make contributions in her memory to Medical Team Hospice.