Susan Janette Stanfield (Jackson) was born on July 20th, 1943. She passed away on April 30th, 2023, leaving behind a lifetime of memories cherished and treasured by her loved ones.
Among those who remain to honor Susan's memory include her son Timmy W. Stanfield and his wife Gail of Kemp, Texas; Jerry K. Stanfield (son) of Trinidad, Texas; Deborah Corn (daughter) of Malakoff, Texas; seven grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Susan is also survived by many dear friends who were a significant part of her life for many years.
Susan was predeceased by parents Byron and Leona Jackson, her beloved husband Jerry Wayne Stanfield, Beth Stanfield (daughter-in-law), Andy Jackson (brother), Doll Carmichael (sister), Claude Jackson (brother), Gene Jackson (brother), and George Corn (son-in-law).
During the course of Susan's working life, she worked at the Adams Hat Factory in the 60s before moving on to help at Trinidad School in the 70s. She spent most of her professional career dedicating over four decades of work at Trinidad City Hall, 42 years to be exact.
Outside work hours, Susan enjoyed several hobbies and interests that kept her engaged with friends and family. Among these pursuits was planting various flowers in her yard- she had quite a large collection! She also enjoyed taking trips to Tyler, TX where window shopping downtown or eating out at Olive Garden restaurants were always great fun. Her favorite pastime was jewelry collecting, and boy did she have quite the collection.
The funeral services will be held at Anderson-Clayton Bros. Funeral Home followed by graveside services at the Trinidad Cemetery in Texas on May 4th, 2023. The Visitation will take place on May 3rd from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Anderson-Clayton Bros. Funeral Home.
Everyone who is acquainted with Susan most likely has a fond memory they can recall of her joy, warmth, and loving personality. Her welcoming smile and open-hearted admission are the legacies she leaves to all who knew her, and she will certainly be missed by everyone whose lives she touched.