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Date of Birth: May 14, 1939

Date of Death: September 05, 2019

Thursday September 5th2019, Ethelyn “Sue” Dygert of Peoria, Arizona went to be with the Lord after a brief illness. She was born May 14, 1939 of Gloversville, NY. She lost her battle to an aggressive form of Pancreatic Cancer. She was 80. Sue known by her friends was a caring mother and grandmother with a love for life. She loved spending her retirement years in Arizona with her Husband Jerry Dygert and Daughter Susan Dominey, Son-in- law Charlie Dominey and grandson Tommy Dominey all from Peoria Arizona. Sue loved working in a retirement home environment helping out Seniors with daily life issues and even doing bus runs to their doctor appointments. She retired at age 75 due to her love for helping others. She was preceded in death by both of her parents, Acton and Eleanor Suderley , son Eddie Jump and half-sister Elsie . She also leaves behind brother Mac Suderley from Palentine Bridge, New York, Sons Robert Jump from Coxsackie, New York, Richard Jump and David Jump from the Nashville, TN area, daughter Theresa Monk from Fort Plain, New York. Step-Daughter Tammy Honeywell from Fort Plain, New York, Step-Sons William Dygert from DeWitt Michigan, and Michael Dygert from Fort Plain, New York. She also leaves behind numerous grand children, great grand children and other family members including in-laws. Sue loved going to the movies, park festivals, and holiday events with her family. She loved playing cards with her friends. Sue has a big heart of gold. She was a very special lady. She looked after all the people that she loves. She has many friends that love her. We are very blessed to have that type of lady in our lives and the world will never be the same. Sue was a child of Christ with the Lutheran Church. May she live in Peace with the Lord in Heaven. She request to be cremated. Her remains will be with her Husband, Jerry & Daughter, Susan.

Service Information

Her services will be announced at a later date.


We request all donations be sent to the National Pancreas Foundation in the name of Ethelyn Dygert.