Sue Spencer Errington
Services for Sue Spencer Errington, of Brookhaven, are 11 a.m.Tuesday, March 24, at Heuck’s Retreat Baptist Church in Brookhavenwith burial in the church cemetery. Riverwood Family FuneralService is in charge of arrangements.
Visitation is Monday from 5 until 9 p.m. at the church.
Mrs. Errington, 53, died March 21, 2009, at SouthwestMississippi Regional Medical Center in McComb. She was born on Dec.4, 1955, to Perry Calvin Spencer and Loretta Brister Spencer.
She was a secretary and homemaker. She also worked for theBrookhaven School District’s bus transportation. She was a memberof Heuck’s Retreat Baptist Church. She was invested with youth andchildren’s activities for 30 years. She was a member of the SouthMississippi Horseman’s Association, Brookhaven High School SoccerBooster Club and the Pink Sisters Relay for Life team.
Preceding her in death were her father-in-law, RobertErrington.
Survivors are her parents; her husband, Tommy Errington; hersons, Robert “Spencer” and Jacob Douglas Errington; a daughter,Jamie Leigh Errington; her brothers, Perry Eugene Spencer, BruceCalvin Spencer and James Richard Spencer; and a host of nieces andnephews.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society and PinkSisters Relay for Life team, 1538 Sagewood Lane, Brookhaven, MS,39601.
“‘Sue,’ what a blessing” she has been to our family, our churchand our community. She lived her testimony of faith everyday. Iexpect she will be missed at Jackson Oncology as well … as shewas better known as “The Hat Lady.” She made and decorated adifferent hat for every holiday or occasion to wear when she wouldgo for treatment to always brighten the spirits of others who werethere. This evolved into the “Hat Ministry” and allowed her tospeak in various churches and share her testimony of God’s grace.She has been an inspiration at home and abroad in her daily walk.Through it all, her faith never waivered. We will miss her greatlyas we continue to serve an unfailing God.