SUE BORGEMENKE-FLUHARTY

Obituary for SUE BORGEMENKE-FLUHARTY

Borgemenke-Fluharty, Sue

Sue Fluharty (Borgemenke) originally from Buford, Ohio and a graduate of the first graduating class from Lynchburg-Clay High School (1966).  Sue believed in family first and especially enjoyed the company of her Grandkids and Great Granddaughter.  Loved the horseraces as it was in her blood from birth.  She spent her final years enjoying the sunny weather of the Tampa Bay Florida area.

Sue is survived by her only child Danny Lee Linville, Jr (Pam).  Four Grandchildren Krystyn Linville, Zachary Linville, Michael Linville, and Tiffani Smith (Derrick).  One Great-Granddaughter Finley Stocking.  Sue’s siblings include Terry Lee Borgemenke, Louise Poole, Lee Roy Borgemenke. Half-Brother and Sister of Louis (Paulette) Borgemenke, Melva (Don) Harding, William (Shirley) Borgemenke and Patricia (Julius) Tamara.  Also the Aunt to several Nieces and Nephews.

Sue was preceded in death by her parents, Maglene (Teague) and Leo Borgemenke, Sr.  Also preceding her was Half-Brother Leo Borgemenke.

In lieu of the current times her son will hold a Facebook Live memorial on July 30, 2020.  This can be found on D Lee Linville (Facebook).  There will also be a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date in Ohio.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Brain Cancer Organizations in her memory or a charity of your choice in her memory.

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08/04/2020

God Bless your soul Sue. The mother of one of the greatest American Soldiers I had the honor of serving with and under his command. What a great mother you were to have created such a great son. family. Rest in peace.

08/04/2020

Way too many memories to share and some I pribably shouldn’t lol
She was like a big sister to me taught me a lot about life I never knew and was a great friend she was always there for me
She taught me not to put up with anyone’s _ _ _ _ and be my own person
I will miss her terribly ❤️😢

07/29/2020

Sharing the wedding of my daughter and her son.

07/29/2020

Greatest Woman I have know, the first person I saw coming into this world and I was lucky enough we were looking at each other eye to eye when she moved on with our Lord and Savior! My heart aches but I know we will be together again one day. I miss you so much and love you more than you will ever know. -Lee