Mrs. Sue Fuller Breedlove, of Polk City, Florida, formerly of Monroe, Georgia, passed away on Friday, May 31, 2019, at the age of 67.
Sue was born on March 18, 1952, to parents Margaret Keith and Sidney Earle Fuller in Savannah, Georgia. She grew up as the youngest of two and graduated from Savannah High School. After completing studies in business school, Sue moved to the Atlanta area in 1972 and with experience gained, became a longtime legal secretary for the law firm Troutman Sanders. In 1991, she married Rick Breedlove and became his secretary and right arm in the commercial construction industry.
Sue is survived by her husband, Rick; her step-son Tom Breedlove of Bogart, Georgia; her step-daughter Teri Breedlove also of Bogart, Georgia; a niece and six grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, Margaret Keith and Sidney Earle Fuller; her brother, Warren Earle Fuller and a niece, Amy Fuller.
Sue was an animal lover and enjoyed their presence in her life as though they were her children. She valued their lives and the love that they provided her for the affection she gave. Sue also loved her cross-stitching and crocheting hobbies. RVing and travels with her husband allowed her many opportunities to wonder at and admire this beautiful country that God has given.
Sue passed after fighting a debilitating, undiagnosable illness for over fifteen months. In hopes that others could be spared of a similar fate, Sue and her family wished for her body to be donated to research and then her remains cremated. A memorial service will be planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers, please give any donations to the American Brain Foundation.