Susie (Mary Susan Hozdik) Charlton 63, of Goshen Twp, Salem died at 4:52 Am Saturday at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Youngstown.
She was born on June 26, 1949 in Youngstown to the late Joseph Steven and Ruth June (Jamison) Hozdik.
She was an LPN at Ron Joy Nursing Home until 2001. She came to the township in 2003 when she married Robert Wilbur Charlton on May 10, 2003. She attended the Choffin School of nursing in 1993 while she lived in Youngstown. She was a member of the Greenford Christian Church and the Columbiana First Christian Church.
Susie was a wonderful person and enjoyed life. Her love of music was a very important part of her life. She enjoyed the old records, singing and the old movies like “ The Sound of Music”. The going and attending church was very large part of her life. There were may other things that she was good at like her Ham and scalloped potatoes and all other forms of cooking.
Her family played a large role in her life as they traveled, ate meals together, share stories and just have fun.
In addition to her husband Bob, she is survived by the children, Raymond Michael Cappy of Youngstown, Mandy “Amanda” Lynn (Husband Jeffery) Fincham of Austintown, Step children, Kenneth Robert (wife Erica) Charlton of Columbia, Ky., and Joseph Wilbur Charlton of Salem, her siblings, Coralie (Husband Terrance) Terlick of Struthers, Joseph Hozdik of Youngstown, and Ruth Elaine (Husband Albert Jr.) Kozusko of North Carolina, and the grandchildren, Christopher Walker, Jessica Fincham, Kaleb Charlton, Kaelyn Charlton, and Joshua Charlton.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by a brother Jerry Hozdik.
A Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, 1 pm, December 29, at the Greenford Christian Church with the Rev. Shawn Kelly of the church and Pastor Jimmy McLoud of the Columbiana church officiating. The burial will follow in the Green Township (Christian Church) Cemetery.
A time of visitation will be held on Friday from 5-8 Pm at the Arbaugh-Pearce-Greenisen & Sons Funeral Home in Salem and on Saturday from 12 to 1 PM at the church.
Donations to be made to the Association of Glycogen Storage Disease POB 896, Durant, IA. 52747 www.agsdus.org
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