My aunt sue was and still will be the best aunt that i ever had, in fact sue was like an older sister to me . Sue was just like my mum meaning that at one time she wouldn't say boo to a goose then as time went on she got tougher n wouldn't take garbage from anyone. I will miss you dearly big time sue but you will always be in my heart and my thoughts always and forever. You are with your mum and dad, your brothers and my mum and my nana and grandad Hewitt who also loved you. Rest in peace aunt sue and May God bless you. Your loving nephew Mark.
In loving memory of Susan Wendy Litchfield (Sue) who sadly passed away on 22nd January 2019
Born in 1956 Sue was the youngest of three children. She grew up in Wigston, Leicestershire with her parents and two brothers.
Susan met her future husband John who would chase her around the birdbath at her grandmother's house around the age of 5. They lost contact until their late teens, when they began courting and sending love letters whilst John was posted in the army over in Northern Ireland.
At Johns 21st birthday party he proposed to his childhood sweetheart and soulmate. They married 20th December 1975.
Susan and John had two beautiful children their eldest son Antony and daughter Kerry.
When Antony was around 18 months old they moved into the family home that they shared to this date.
Sue was a big part of the community making cards and teaching others in the crafts she enjoyed so much.
Sue was grandmother to six beautiful children who were a huge part of her life. Enjoying visits to santa and soft play together.
Sue was a huge animal lover and touched the hearts of many she will be sadly missed by all.