She was born July 5, 1938, the daughter of the late Albert Glenwood and Ruth (Stringfield) McDorman of Newport News, Virginia.
While Sue’s main purpose in life was to be a good wife and mother, she was also employed by the Federal Government at Headquarters Tactical Air Command (Hq TAC) and NASA at Langley in Virginia.
Sue worked for the Arkansas Baptist State Convention as the Literacy Missions Coordinator for a number of years. Before moving to Keene in 2006, Ralph and Sue lived in Mountain Home, AR where they had retired from VA. They were members of the First Baptist Church where Sue started an after-school tutoring program, an International Sunday School class, a Bible Drill Team, a drama team, taught Sunday School and was a member of the amazing Faithful Friends Sunday School class of which she remained a member. Since moving to Keene, Sue has become a member of the Keene First Baptist Church as well as a member of Cheshire County Church Women United, the Old Homestead Garden Club and the Keene Senior Center where, until recently, she led yoga classes.
She leaves her beloved children, Theresa Blaisdell and husband Mike of Keene, NH Deborah Andreuccetti and Linda Griffith of Walls, MS and Michael Wanlass and wife Mona of Leesville, LA Sue was predeceased by her former husband Ralph Wanlass of Keene, NH in 2017, her son John Wanlass of Arlington, VA in 1999 and brother Richard McDorman of Midlothian, VA in 2015. She leaves nine beloved grand-children; her granddaughter Angela Porter and husband Kent, granddaughter Christine Demby and husband Kieth, grandson Mike Wanlass, granddaughter Ramona Brawner and husband Brad, grandson Gabriel Andreuccetti and wife Kaitlynn, and grandsons Dylan Andreuccetti, Daniel Griffith, Clinton Wanlass and Jake Blaisdell. She leaves five great-grandsons, Bryce and Garrett Porter, Abram Wanlass, Wyatt Andreuccetti and Harrison Demby, four great-granddaughters Cadence Griffith, Norah Andreuccetti, Charlotte Demby and Bell Brawner, as well as her sister-in-law Joan McDorman, and several nieces and nephews as well as many treasured friends. She also leaves a number of well-loved Asian ‘grandchildren’ who were a big part of her life.
A private celebration of her life was held at Keene First Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Sue’s memory to
Keene First Baptist Church
105 Maple Ave.
Keene, NH 03431.
All services were provided by Cheshire Family Funeral Chapel and Crematories, 44 Maple Ave. Keene, NH. 03431. WWW.cheshirefamilyfh.com