This is the time of the year when seeds that have been planted begin to push themselves from the soil, the time of year when flowers begin to bloom. This was the time of year when Susan could be found outside working in her flower beds.
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Susan Weathersbee Outlaw was born to Allen H. Weathersbee Jr and Alice Faye Weathersbee on November 9, 1962 in Cahoon, MI.
She married at the age of 17 and gave birth to two girls, Deatra Ann Bembridge/Barnes and Alison Marie Bembridge.
Susan opened Susan's Hair Porch in Roper offering flexible hours so everyone would be able to get their hair done. She would even close her shop so that gentlemen could get their beard and mustaches dyed without anyone seeing them.
Later in life she went back to continue her education and received a Bachelors in Science majoring in counseling with a dual degree in Christian Theology at Mid-Atlantic Christian University.
Susan's three biggest joys in life were her three beautiful grandchildren; Christina, Cammy and Robert.
Susan had a passion to help victims of human trafficking. She was the founder of the "Not One Tear Project" whose mission is to assist in the restoration of domestic trafficked persons during their recovery from victims to Victors.
On July 13, 2020 Susan went to walk with our Lord and Savior in heaven.
There will be a memorial service at Zion's Chapel in Roper on Friday, July 17, 2020. The family will receive friends at 3 PM with memorial service to follow at 4 PM. The memorial service will also be live streamed on Zion Chapel Facebook page for anyone that cannot attend. Susan has asked that in lieu of sending flowers that donations please be made it to Mid-Atlantic Christian University in Susan's name.