Sue Zapp - Austin Funeral & Cremation Services

Sue Zapp

Born: June 11, 1944
Died: January 11, 2019
Current City: Brentwood, Tennessee

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5115 Maryland Way
Brentwood, TN 37027
Phone: 615.377.0775

“Fred, Nathan and Justin, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. All of my fondest childhood memories include Mrs. Zapp; chatting with her was always so fun. Loved unexpectedly running into her at the Kroger in Brentwood through the years, playing catch-up from our previous run-in. She was such a lovely person inside and out. I pray your memories will sustain you. Much love to you all!!!!”

Rene Crosby Vaughn
Posted by: Rene Crosby Vaughn - Friend (Franklin, TN) on Jan 22, 2019

“What a fabulous fellow singer and fun friend. You held together the altos like no one else could in the Glee Club Ensemble! Thanks for the memories. You will be missed! The Stickleys”

Dottie and Martin Stickley
Posted by: Dottie and Martin Stickley - Heritage Glee Club friends (Brentwood, Tn) on Jan 21, 2019

“I am so sorry to learn of Sue's passing . She was a beautiful girl who lived with my family after her mother passed away. Sue and Diane were in elementary school and I know it was a very difficult time for both of them. We had a household of six kids all playing the piano and other instruments and I enjoyed having "siblings" close to my age then. I will miss knowing that Sue and Diane are no longer with us.”

Linda Reynolds Russell
Posted by: Linda Reynolds Russell - cousin (Alpharetta, GA) on Jan 21, 2019

“Fred, Sorry for your lost, your friend, John Woodall, Hillwood retired Teacher”

John Woodall
Posted by: John Woodall - Friend (Mt Juliet, Tn) on Jan 18, 2019

“We remember with fondness our teaching days in Metro-Nashville and later raising our children in Brentwood. To all the family we share in the celebation of her live. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Ted , Carolyn, Chad and Mary Raymond”

Ted and Carolyn Raymond
Posted by: Ted and Carolyn Raymond - Friends (Clarksville, Tn) on Jan 18, 2019

“I remember Sue with great respect and fondness. She was always willing to help out in her children's classes. She was a great mother and I know will be missed by many. Much love to the family, Connie Gee”

Connie Gee
Posted by: Connie Gee - Former teacher of Sue\'s son\'s at Scales Elem. Sch. (Brentwood, Tn) on Jan 17, 2019

“On behalf of Clan Uisdean, USA, the McCuistion/McCuiston and associated spellings in the United States, I express our condolences on the death of our cousin Sue Hamlin. Sincerely, David A. McCuistion President Clan Uisdean, USA”

David A. McCuistion
Posted by: David A. McCuistion - Cousin (Dandridge, Tennessee) on Jan 17, 2019

“We just learned of Sue's passing and our hearts go out to Fred, Nathan, and Justin. May God receive her soul and bless her memory. As the family passes through this veil of tears please know that we mourn your loss and pray for comfort and peace in each of your lives.”

Benny and Perla Crosby
Posted by: Benny and Perla Crosby - Friend and former neighbor (Sanford, Florida) on Jan 17, 2019

“I am saddened to hear the news of the passing of Mrs. (Sue) Zapp. I met the Zapp family over 40 years ago, when they moved into Foxland Hall, shortly, after my family did. I grew up with with the Zapp Family in my life from the age of four. We were fortunate enough to grow up in a large neighborhood where most of the kids went to the same schools, rode the school bus together and played sports together. Mrs. Zapp was a calm, patient, kind and loving, mother-figure, to all the neighborhood boys, who would trample through her house, daily. She treated me and loved me, just like her two boys. I am forever grateful God put Sue and her family in my life. I am the better for it. Although, I am shedding some tears, at this time, I know I will have a smile on my face, soon, as I reflect on all of the good times I spent with Mrs. Zapp. I will miss you! I Love You! You fought the good fight! It’s time to rest! My Sincere Condolences to Mr. Zapp, Nathan & Justin. God Bless! Jon Crosby”

Jon Crosby
Posted by: Jon Crosby - Friend (Highland Park, IL) on Jan 17, 2019

“I knew Sue when she lived in Concord TN around 1956 and attended Farragut Elementary School. We became very good friends and I have never forgotten her. She was a very special person. My sincerest sympathies are with her children and family. I loved her!”

Mona Isbell Smith
Posted by: Mona Isbell Smith - Friend (Lenoir City, Tennessee) on Jan 16, 2019