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Sarah Frances Suter

Sarah Frances Suter, 95, formerly of Rose Hill Circle, Staunton, VA, died Friday morning, March 6, 2009 at Sunnyside Retirement Community in Harrisonburg, VA. She was born August 30, 1913 in Augusta County, a daughter of the late William Bailey Anderson and Maude Lillian (Carwell) Anderson. She graduated from Beverly Manor High School in 1933, and worked as Junior Interviewer for the Virginia State Employment Office in Staunton for eight years.

Mrs. Suter was a member of Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church, where she was a member of the True Blue Circle. She was also a member of The Colonel Thomas Hughart Chapter of the D.A.R., The Turner Ashby Chapter U.D.C, and The McCutchen Trace Association.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Beverly W. Suter; 2 sisters, Dorcas A. Giannini and Catherine L. Roller; a brother, George A. Anderson; and a son-in-law, Gary M. Feldman.

She is survived by 5 children, Dr. David W. Suter and wife, Kris of Tacoma, WA, Rebecca Lindsay and husband, William of Fort Mitchell, KY,
Betty Feldman of Fishkill, NY, Martha Livingston and husband, Chris of Sandston, VA, and Sarah Splaun and husband, Donald of Staunton; 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

A service was conducted on Saturday, March 14 at Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church and interment was in Pleasant View Lutheran Church Cemetery.

Sarah Frances was long time member of The McCutchen Trace Association, and her research has helped many people find their McCutcheon ancestor. She was present at all 3 Staunton reunions. She was a descendant of John McCutcheon, the immigrant, through his son, Samuel, who married Elizabeth Fulton.

State: 
Virginia
Family Line: 
Samuel and Elizabeth Fulton McCutcheon VA

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