Sue Ann Black Duggins
Tuesday 28th of April 1931 - Friday 1st of October 2021
We regretfully announce the passing of Sue Ann Black Duggins on Friday October 1, 2021. Sue (A.K.A. Granny Sue) was not alone. She was surrounded with love during her final moments.
She was a very loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, and aunt. Her whole life revolved around her family. She was truly our “Guardian Angel”! While raising her family, Sue worked at the University of Kentucky for over 31 years. She was a member of Rosemont Baptist Church in Lexington Ky for over 50 years. The women of her Sunday school group remained lifelong friends and their motto was “Until we meet again”. We will never be able to fill the space left behind by her; however, her love lives on in all of us.
Sue was preceded in death by Russell Duggins (Husband), Aaron Duggins (Grandson), Jessie Black (Father), Anna Black (Mother), Ray Black (Brother), Janice Black (Sister-in-law), Billy Duggins (Brother-in-law), Jean Duggins (Sister-in-law), and Glynn Duggins (Brother-in-law).
She is survived by Doug Duggins (Son), Eva Butcher (Daughter), Dennis Butcher (Son-in-law), Sammy Black (Brother), Louis Black (Sister-in-law), Wanda Black (Niece), Mary Ann Samuel (Niece), Michael Black (Nephew), James Coffman (Grandson), Aimee Webb (Granddaughter), Brandi Duggins (Great Granddaughter), Kelsey Duggins (Great Granddaughter), Haley Duggins (Great Granddaughter) and Makala White (Great Granddaughter). Granny Sue also left behind a very large extended family. Her heart was always open to all.
Services will be held on Tuesday October 5th at Milward / Southland Dr.
Visitation 12pm followed by Funeral at 1pm. Burial will be at Lexington Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Sue’s name to:
Bluegrass Care Navigators
1733 Harrodsburg Rd
Lexington, Ky 40504
They are truly doing God’s work!
Sallie and Fred Daileysays
Our deepest sympathy and affection to James Coffman and Aimee Webb who made us feel we knew Granny Sue. She instilled in James the kindness, level headedness, and decency to help create the man he is today. What a wise and loving woman she must have been. Rest well dear lady. Fred and Sallie Dailey
Granny Sue will be missed by many. She was an angel and the beginning of our family. I am so happy I was fortunate enough to have met this lovely women and have her in my life. I love her dearly and will always remember our talks and how much she loved all of us. Granny I love you and will always keep your memory in my heart.