Susan K. Wolfe

April 1st, 1952 to June 22nd, 2024

Susan Kay Wolfe, 72, of Port Huron, passed away peacefully with family by her side on Saturday, June 22, 2024.

Born in Marysville to the late William and Janet Kirby on April 1, 1952, she spent her life enjoying her family and friends. She married James Otto Wolfe on July 27, 1991 in Port Huron where they settled down to care for their family.

Susan built many life-long friendships at Black River Manufacturing where she was employed for 33 years. While there she became a member of UAW Local 375 and held a union representative position for over 20 years. She cherished her work family with her whole heart, and they loved her just as fiercely.

She loved to read, find new crafts and crochet, and her favorite hobby was finding great deals. She went to second-hand stores and yard sales, never missing out on finding the best steals. She was everyone’s best friend, a caring soul for those in need, and a strong hand for those that needed guidance. Her greatest joy in life was her family and friends, especially her great grandchildren. She always gave them a porch to play on or a warm lap to read stories and watch cartoons on.

She is survived by her husband of 32 years, James; children, Carole Kirby, Scott (Nicole) Taylor, and Nicole (Aiden) Kirby; grandchildren, Scott (Tiffany) Rich, Amberlynn (Tyler) Belkiewicz, Richard Stephens II, and Serena, Carley, Logan, Sofia, and Gregory Taylor; great-grandchildren, Slyven, Avalynne, Evangeline, Marshall, Ella, Emily, Theodore, Kayden, Natalia, Journi, and Kyrie; a sister Elizabeth Grief; and her nieces, Kenda (Chad) Freeman and Shannon (Rick) Slater. She is also survived by her Heart Sister Pamela Sedwick and the Sedwick Family who were always there through it all; as well as her incredible girlfriends “the Sandies,” Sandy Williams and Sandy Tanton who gave her a lifetime of sisterhood. She was preceded in death by a great grandson, her “Biddy Boy” Maverick James Avalos; and a brother Robert Kirby.

A memorial visitation will be from 2-7 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 2024 in Pollock-Randall Funeral Home with a time of sharing at 7:00 p.m.

In honor of Susan’s love for gardening the family requests plants, perennials, and succulents to create memorial gardens for her at each of their homes.

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