Susan Ann (Moffett) Bailey

June 18, 1960 ‒ September 07, 2017

Westerville, Ohio
Formerly of Lewis Center, Ohio

Susan Ann (Moffett) born June 18, 1960 to Marion and Carol (Case) Moffett, passed away on September 7, 2017 after suffering a stroke on August 29.

Susan grew up in Lewis Center, graduating from Olentangy High School, where she met her husband Robert Bailey. She married right after high school and they would have celebrated their 40th anniversary in February, 2018.

Susan loved her family of four children and three granddaughters and always put them first. She will always be remembered as loving Christmas, Christmas music and flowers. Christmas with her family lasted throughout the day starting with Orange rolls and mimosas in the morning. A yearly family vacation to Gatlinburg was one of her special joys.

Left to cherish her memory is her husband, Bob; sons, Robert, Jeff (Stacy) and Ryan; daughter, Megan (Chris) Fisher; granddaughters, Natalie and Sydney Fisher and Fiona Bailey She is also survived by her mother, Carol Moffett ; her sister, Pam Moffett and partner Bob Laroque; her uncle, Dr. Rev. David (Sally) Case and niece Stephanie (Dennis) Bradshaw.

Susan was preceded in death by her father, Marion Moffett and her brother, Douglas Moffett.

The family has planned a private service, which will be followed by burial in Africa Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Susan’s memory may be made to the donor’s choice of charity.

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center is honored to serve the family.

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  • Hey Bobby I just wanted to say that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this hard time. I can not imagine what you are going through right now, but I know that you are a strong man and you come from a strong family. I have tried to find you on facebook in the past to stay in contact with but i have not been able to find you. My email is down below, so that way when everything calms down a little maybe we can go grab a bite to eat to catch up on things. Alright buddy be strong and I will talk to you soon.

    Aaron Johnson

  • Carol, Pam, Bob and family,
    Our sincere sympathy so very sorry for your loss, prayers for your whole family.

    Dave & Phyllis Hess & family

  • Mrs. Moffett, Pam and family,
    I was so stunned and saddened to hear about Susan. I remember Pam’s and my college days when Pam would often talk about her family. I also remember visiting Susan’s home and meeting her family years ago. Susan was a beautiful, vivacious woman, and I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for God’s peace to cover all of you now and in the days ahead.

  • Aunt Carol and Pam,
    Our hearts are breaking for your loss. John, Rose and I will have you all in our prayers.
    Christy, John and Rose

  • Bob, Megan, Bobby, Jeff and Ryan,

    I am truly sadened by this news. Susan and I spent a great deal of time together and I am so thankful i was able to be her friend! She is always the first person I think of when the Christmas music starts playing on the radio. She loved all of you and was so proud of how you kids grew up. I know the last time I talked to her she updated me on all of you kids and she was so happy to have the grandkids close! My condolences to all of you and if there is anything I can do for you, please let me know.

    Goodbye Butterfly!

    Dannette (Lucas) Schwaderer

  • We would like to express our deepest sympathy. May it help you to know that the hearts of others are deeply touched by your loss. Take comfort in knowing that every single tear that falls from our eyes, doesn’t escape our loving Heavenly Father’s notice. He is aware of our pain and eager to reunited us with our loved ones.
    Isaiah 25:8

  • We are so sorry for your loss – keeping the family in our thoughts during the difficult time ahead.

  • Many fun memories of Susan as a friend through the years in school. I remember her being so smart and full of life. Deepest condolences to all of the family.

  • Worked with Susan at The Equitable (AKA Cigna) for many years, she always made me laugh. What a fun spirit she had. Blessings to Bob and family at this very sad time

  • May you find comfort & peace in your memories & each other. We were best friends for many years growing up & I know how much love she had for her husband & family. God bless.

  • Bobby, Pam and families: Thinking of you. We are so very sorry for your loss.
    Kenny and Julie (Busch) Gunn.

  • My deepest condolences for you and the family Bob. Its been a long time since the LEWIS CENTER DAYS! Prayers Bro!

  • Saddened to hear of Susan’s passing. She was a beautiful person, smart and funny a great soul. She will be greatly missed.

  • Please accept my deepest sympathy for your family’s loss. The Bible has proven to be the best source of encouragement to cope with such a difficult time. The Bible at Revelation 21:1-4 helps us to appreciate that Almighty God has the power to do away with sickness and death. Also, Isaiah 33:24 states: “No resident will say: ‘I am sick.’ The blessing of God will eventually include the elimination of all suffering due to poor health. Soon cancer, heart trouble and all other diseases that cause humans pain and unhappiness will simply not exist. I sincerely hope that these scriptures from the Bible will bring your family much comfort and hope.

  • I remember Susan being full of smiles and laughter. Those blonde curls and smiling eyes always made me smile. Thinking of all of you and praying for comfort

  • Bob,
    I have thought of u & family every day!
    Have shared times with u and Susan
    since we were all teens. The love both of u shared
    for each other. Will help u in any way!!
    Dan & Ronda Schriml

  • Uncle bobby,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I just now found out about this tonight. Prayers to you all. I will remember her always.
    Danielle and Ron Dunham