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Suzanne Harrison Heasley

November 8, 1955 - January 31, 2020

Suzanne Harrison Heasley went to be with her Savior on January 31, 2020 at 64 years of age. She was born in Lima, Peru, but moved to Texas at a young age. Suzanne worked in the life and health insurance industry, where she was highly regarded as a compliance consultant. Suzanne loved flowers, gardening, cooking, and traveling. She was interested in many kinds of art, and some of her favorites included paintings by Thomas Kinkade, jewelry by Charles Rice, and classical guitar music performed by her son, Charles. Suzanne was also an avid ballroom dancer, spending several years performing and competing. While her son was in school, Suzanne spent much of her time as a “hockey mom”, shuttling him to early morning hockey practice and cheering him on at each game. She could best be described as supportive, generous, and loving.

Suzanne is survived by her son, Charles, and her daughter-in-law, Jennifer, as well as her brother, sister, mother, two nieces, and other family.

A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, March 9, 2020 in the Chapel at the Heights Baptist Church, 201 W Renner Rd, Richardson, Texas 75080. Condolences or flowers may be offered at that time.

Memorial donations may be made in Suzanne’s honor to the SPCA of Texas or Salvation Army.

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I will remember Suzanne as a very special friend. She was exceptionally thoughtful and generous. Suzanne helped me change my life for the better and I will always be grateful for her friendship. Jeanette Hamblin, February 26, 2020 Worked with Suzanne for years. Good friends for years. She was a wonderful and loving mother to Charles.
Vicki Rowe, February 25, 2020 Charles, so very sorry for your loss. You are such a nice young gentleman, I am sure you got your manners from your Mother. She raised a good son and I know she will be missed by all.
Dennis Debo, February 24, 2020 I lived next door to Suzie for 15 years. She was always kind, generous, and a fantastic neighbor. I was saddened to hear of her passing. My condolences to Charlie and the rest of her family. May your memories be full of her goodness and the great things she brought to your lives. Irene White, February 7, 2020