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Obituary- Susie Fisher Bruner



 

 

On Sunday, August 5, 2007 Susie Bruner passed away at her home surrounded by her loving family.  She was born September 25, 1938 in Muncie, Indiana.  Susie was the daughter of the late Walter and Ruby Fisher of Muncie.  She was a 1956 graduate of Muncie Burris and a 1960 graduate of Indiana University with concentrations in Elementary Education and Business Administration.  She was a first grade teacher at Muncie’s Garfield Elementary, owner of Redbud Village, The 600 Court, a Pier I franchise, as well as the owner and president of the real estate firm Fisher-Givens Inc.  In Danville, Kentucky, she was a Sales Associate of V.I.P. Reality and an instructor at Kentucky College of Business.  She was an avid Tennessee Walking Horse enthusiast throughout her life.  She rode Go Boy’s Teardrop to the 1984 Reserve World Champion, and enjoyed every ride on her favorite Warlock, among many other magnificent horses.

 

Susie is survived by her husband, Walt Bruner; one son, Scott Givens of Monterey, California; two daughters, Molly (Mike) DeWolfe and Betsy (David) Everman; two granddaughters, Holly and Nicole Everman; as well as her brother, John Fisher. She is also survived by Walter’s daughters, Pam (Donnie) Floyd and Benjie (Tracy) Witt and his three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

 

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials are sent to Heritage Hospice of Danville, Kentucky.  A visitation will be held at Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home in Danville Tuesday, August 7th, from 5-9 PM.  A second visitation will be held at Meeks Mortuary in Muncie, Indiana, on Wednesday, August 8th, from 5-9 PM.  Funeral Services will be held at 10:00AM, Thursday, August 9th, 2007 at Meeks Mortuary in Muncie, Indiana with Bro. Brian Burkhead officiating. Burial will be on Thursday in Muncie at Elm Ridge Memorial Park. 

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