Suzanne Renee Davis

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Suzanne Renee Davis, of Route 3, Saranac, passed away unexpectedly and prematurely at her home, Saturday, March 16, 2019.
Suzanne was born in Plattsburgh, on April 4, 1966, the second and youngest daughter of Richard and Patricia (MacDonald) Allinson.
A graduate of Saranac Central High School, Sue decided later in life that she would enter college and pursue a career in the medical world. Outstanding achievements and encouragement from her professors led her to degrees in phlebotomy and Laboratory technology. Internship was spent mostly at the Saranac Lake General/Lake Placid Hospital. She was previously employed at the Adirondack Medical Practice in Peru, with Dr. Andrew Poletti and was presently employed, at the Small Town Health Care in Plattsburgh, with Jennifer Facteau-Rabideau.
Suzanne and Kenneth L. Davis were married in Russell, N.Y., on Oct. 20, 1984, so that his aging grandmother might attend.
Survivors include her husband, Kenneth Davis of Saranac; two sons, Christopher Lee Davis of Russell, and Matthew James of Saranac; her mother, Patricia A. Eggleston, of Saranac; a brother, Andrew J. Allinson, of Saranac; a sister and brother-in-law, Diane and George Dumas of Titusville, Fla.; nephew, Luke Richard Dumas of Lockwood, N.Y.; and several cousins.
Sue will also be missed by her four legged friends, Shemp, Lillie, Sir Richard, Ragnar and Frejya, Babe, Peanut and Butter, Copper and Kohl and Goat; her beloved groups of Navajo-Churro, Tunis sheep and an adopted loveable goat.
She was predeceased by her father, Richard C. Allinson and stepmother, Marion "Mim" (Baker) Allinson.
At her request, there will be no formal services at this time.
Donations may be made in her memory to some kind and efficient friends at the Saranac Veterinary Clinic, 3900 State Rt. 3, Saranac, NY 12981.
Thank you to those who responded with various acts of kindness, including visits, food, cards, phone calls, texts, etc., or just for being there for us, words cannot described our appreciation.
To share a memory or condolence with family, please visit www.rwwalkerfh.com.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the R.W. Walker Funeral Home, 69 Court Street, Plattsburgh, N.Y.
Published on March 18, 2019
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Danielle
Apr 03, 2019
Sue was a wonderful woman... So lost for words. I loved her she helped me many times and I always appreciated everything she did. Prayers sent to the family..
Diane
Mar 31, 2019
Sue was always friendly and helpful whenever I called or had an appointment. We shared stories and pictures of our pets. She will be missed.
Ashley
Mar 25, 2019
I will miss seeing her at small town health care. She was always so generous, super good at her job and always so friendly! She always helped me and never complained! Rest in peace 💔🙏
Patrick buckley
Mar 21, 2019
My dog deepest condolences to the family may she rest in peace
Wendell and Jackie White
Mar 21, 2019
Loved talking with Sue at small town health care. She will be greatly missed. A.wonderful person.
Tootie and Blanche Tedford
Mar 19, 2019
We are so sorry for your loss.
Barbara Floyd
Mar 19, 2019
So sorry to hear of your loss. Sue was a sweet heart, a very caring person. She will be greatly missed.
The Aierle Family
Mar 19, 2019
We are all at a loss for words. You are all constantly in our thoughts.
Pasty (Jones ) Dodge
Mar 19, 2019
The young cousin who was almost called, Allison Allinson. You always had smile and very loving. toward everyone. We missed sharing old photos together and the news about Covell. My deepest sympathies to your family.
Penny Jones Allinson Bryant
Mar 18, 2019
RIP Susie. I have wonderful memories of the sleep overs with my girls and especially the fun we had getting Jean ready for her wedding. Love and prayers for your famil.
Melissa "Missy" Klein
Mar 18, 2019
Suzy was a lighthearted soul and true until the very end. During a 5 hour long conversation we had, when her father passed away, she conveyed how happy she was to be planning her future daughter-in-law's wedding. She shared everything, with the ones she loved, and I remember her offering a place to stay when I visited. Faithfully, she cared for her ailing father and after her many years of marriage, a role model to follow in the footsteps of. To this day, she is the only one I've ever known to "sift flour" when making homemade cookies! Suzy "red" was on fire, living everyday to its fullest, and there was no pulling the wool over that girls' eyes. She was as vibrantly alive in life, as ...one can get, and as it goes "The good die young", too young. May her spirit live on and during this difficult time, of loosing a beloved Wife, Mother, Daughter and Sister - Always know, my thoughts are with you... Kenny, Chris, Matt, Diane, Andy, and Aunt Pat. Love always, MissyRead more
Charlene Barry
Mar 18, 2019
I will miss my dear Susie - I loved seeing her and joking with her at Small Town Health Center. She will
Be missed by many - Rest In Peace dear friend.