In loving memory of

Sue W. Eidson
March 11, 1940 - July 30, 2020

Sue W. Eidson, age 80, passed away Thursday, July 30, 2020. Sue was a member of Zion Hill Baptist Church, growing up across the street. She was the valedictorian of the Forsyth County High School class of 1957, where she met her husband of 53 years. They attended North Georgia College together from whence she graduated in 1961 with a BS degree in Mathematics. She retired from Lockheed as a mathematician and computer programmer with 41 years of service. Sue is preceded in death by her parents, Redger and Maggie Harrison Worley; sisters, Frances Louwellen Worley Anderson and Nancy Jane Worley Swinson.

Sue is survived by her husband, Julian W. Eidson; children, Wetona Suzanne

Eidson-Ton and Hendry Ton, Lawrence Reginald and Krista Eidson; sister, Barbara Hue Worley Lee; grandchildren, Abigail Louise, Riley Biondo, William Redger, Landen Wayne, Trip Biondo, Magnolia Linh and several other relatives.

Funeral services will be held Sunday, August 2, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at Ingram Funeral Home Chapel. Interment in Zion Hill Baptist Church Cemetery.

The family will receive friends on Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

The family encourages friends to wear face mask during service and visitation.

In lieu of flowers the family ask that donations be made to the Alhziemer's Foundation. Address: 41 Perimeter Center E #550, Atlanta, GA 30346

Ingram Funeral Home & Crematory, 210 Ingram Ave, Cumming, GA 30040 is in charge of arrangements.


Amelia Whitmire wrote on Aug 4, 2020:

"Julian, Suzanne and family, Lawrence and family, My entire life is filled with love and memories of Sue. Mother always called her Mattie Sue. Sue is in lots of my baby ( and Julian too) and childhood pictures and was always there for me. She took me to my first time at the Fox in 1962 and I have always loved to return there. Amenda and I would watch American Bandstand with Nancy, Sue, and Barbara. They would pick me up to dance with them! Then she would play ?Long long ago on the piano . All the concerts at Chastain and our trip to Graceland are forever precious to me. Our lives has been blessed because she was part of it. "

Deborah Storey wrote on Aug 2, 2020:

"Dear Julian, Suzanne & Family, Lawrence & Family, It is difficult to express how sad we all feel at the loss of our dear cousin, Sue. We remember Sue with much love. As we grew up in the country, spending time with one another, attending church, visiting with Aunt Maggie and Uncle Redger, Sue always stood out with her sweetness, her kindness and her genuine love and friendship for us. We all admired the beautiful, intelligent and classy lady she became and remained throughout her life. She was never pretentious and never forgot where she came from as is evident in the legacy she leaves behind. This world is much less kinder place without her presence. We are indeed regretful, due to Covid 19, we will not be able to attend Sue?s service but want you all to know how much we remember you with much love. Our prayers and thoughts will be with you all. The Family of Aunt Lee Clara and Uncle Furman Tatum (Jack & Family, Sandra & Family, Charles & Family, Deborah & Family and Johnny) "

Edward Couch wrote on Aug 2, 2020:

"Brother Julian: Has been some time sense you and I have shared thoughts about the world along with the manner and method in which we engage and are engaged by it. I now as the first time i ever met you considered you to be an upright and honorable human that stood head and shoulders above those about you with a higher level of integrity. For you on this day I pray for you as David prayed for himself \" God create in me a clean heart, A right body,soul and spirit \" and for the balance of your days may you be safe, blessed and made whole along with all for whom you pray and you journey upon the earth."

Jenn Boot wrote on Aug 1, 2020:

"We are honored to be close friends of Lawrence, Krista and family. Sue was a beautiful lady inside and out. She loved her family dearly and had a wonderful smile. What a nice tribute you all have made for her. Our hearts are heavy for your loss. Sending you hugs, love and prayers to get through this painful time. Much Love, Jenn, Tj & Bennett Boot"

Gloria Swartwood Osborne wrote on Aug 1, 2020:

"I was very saddened to learn of Sue\'s passing. She was my classmate and friend. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time. Gloria Swartwood Osborne"

Linda Harrison Walton wrote on Jul 31, 2020:

"Prayers and deepest condolences for Sue?s family. Cousin Sue was always considered the ?smart cousin?. One of my nephews became a helicopter pilot and I always bragged to him about my cousin who helped Lockheed develop the Blackhawk. Though time and distance kept us apart; I still am so proud of her."

Amenda Whitmire Parr wrote on Jul 30, 2020:

"Julian, Suzanne and family, Lawrence and family, Though I know each of you are hurting and this world will be lonelier knowing sweet Mattie Sue has gone from us, today July 30 is her liberation day! Her soul has soared up to God and she is making Heaven an even more wonderful, beautiful place. She\'s in the arms of our loved ones who have already gone before us, and to where some day we will all be reunited."