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Susan E. (Leverich) Cameron

Born: Sat., Jan. 14, 1939
Died: Wed., Apr. 7, 2021

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   Susan E. Cameron, 82 of Tippecanoe, IN, formally of South Bend, passed away on Wednesday, April 7th following an extended illness.

  Susan was born in South Bend on January 14, 1939 to the late Norman Leverich and Mary (Holmes) Horvath.

  Susan is survived by her son, Thomas J. (Sheri) Cameron of Spring Hill, FL and three grandchildren: Amanda (Andy) Morrison of Indianapolis, Derek Cameron of Elkhart and Connor Cameron of Goshen, IN and sisters: Carolyn Burbridge of Alabama, Wanda Gail Horvath-Cambron, Sharon Dale and Betty Read  of South Bend, brothers: Robert Leverich of Michigan, Norm Leverich of Argos and James Horvath of South Bend. She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters: Norman Jean Leverich, Kathy Moak, brothers: Stephen Horvath, William Horvath and Andy Horvath.

    Susan was active, until recently, enjoyed walking, hiking, bird watching, reading, traveling out west, but mostly being with her loving family. She was a member of the Volks March Club.

  Memorial contributions may be made to Pet Refuge, 4626 Burnette Drive, South Bend, IN 46614 in Susan’s name.

  Cremation has taken place.

  The HANLEY and Sons Funeral Home “Southwest Chapel” handled arrangements and extends our deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers to Susan’s family and friends.

  Condolences may be expressed at: www.hanleyandsonsfuneralhomes.com

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Nadine (Szabo) Hardin
   Posted Tue April 13, 2021
My deepest sympathy and prayers to the Leverich and Horvath families. Sue was like a close sister to me and we always called each other "forever friends." We shared our secrets, our dreams and some of our family gatherings together. I will truly miss the close bond we had and I will work hard to keep her legacy of love alive. Save a "forever" place in Heaven for me, Sue.

Love and Prayers, Nadine (Szabo) Hardin, Monica (Szabo) Bright.

Chris and Bill Moyer
   Posted Wed April 14, 2021
Tom, we are so heart sick on the passing of Sue. We are so pleased we stopped to visit on Friday, the 2nd, to enjoy pastries and coffee on our way down to Westfield to pet sit. Through Volksmarch she became a true and trusted friend. We enjoyed finding new preserves and parks together to share our love of trees and plants. We always had a great time followed by a great meal to renourish our bodies. We will miss her dearly.

Carol B ussell
   Posted Wed April 14, 2021
I was saddened to hear of Sue's passing. Sue always had a smile on her face, loved to laugh, and was so much fun to be around. We both had a love of volksmarching. I looked forward to her daily Facebook posts and her nature photos of birds, flowers, travel photos, and sunsets. I also loved her books. I lived in Columbus, IN but moved to Memphis in 2017 to be closer to family. I will cherish Sue's memory and that infectious smile.

Doris Shaum
   Posted Thu April 15, 2021
So happy for Sue I plan to go where she is as soon as the Lord calls me home!!! What a joy it was to spend time with her .. My sympathy to Tom and all of her loving family.....

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