Susan Crandall

susan crandall

April 24, 1950 ~ June 5, 2021

Born in: Asheville, NC
Resided in: Waterloo, SC

Susan Yarborough Crandall, 71, passed away Saturday, June 5, 2021 at her residence in Waterloo, SC.

Mrs. Crandall was born in Buncombe County to the late Lonnie Preston Yarborough, Sr. and Bertha Bradley Yarborough. She was also preceded in death by her husband, David Michael Crandall.

Susan is survived by her two children; Curtis Crandall of Greenwood, SC and Amy Miller (Keith) of Arden; two grandchildren, Caleb Crandall and Ethan Miller; one brother, Lonnie Yarborough, Jr. of Marion, NC and Curtis’s fiancé and caregiver, Michelle Holland.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, June 11, 2021 at Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian at 1:30 pm with pastor Chad Kidd officiating. Inurnment will follow at the WNC State Veterans Cemetery in Black Mountain.


Memorial Service: June 11, 2021 1:30 pm

Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian
72 Long Shoals Road
Arden, NC 28704



Western Carolina State Veteran's Cemetery
962 Old US Hwy 70
Black Mountain, NC 28711


Funeral Home Assisting The Family:

Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian
72 Long Shoals Road
Arden, NC 28704


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  1. So sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. Although we lost touch after we lost David, we have many happy memories, from cookouts, to family gatherings on holidays, to days watching ballgames at her house. My deepest sympathies to Amy, Curtis, Caleb, Ethan, and Lonnie. My prayers are with all of you. Steve Morgan

  2. Dear Amy and Curtis, so sorry for your loss. Wish Dennis and I could be with you at this sad time. We love you very much, take care.

  3. Bobby&Becky Bradley an family
    Sorry for your loss brother thoughts and prayers for you and your family

  4. I am so sorry for your loss and words can never make things easier. Amy, you and you mom were best friends all the years of you going to your moms daily just to hang out and visit and the week end sleep overs. Aww how special you two were for each other and the love you shared. How the boys would go over to her after school, such memories. Amy you were the best daughter anyone could ask for. You always did so much together and so much for her, never have any regrets because you were the best and I know she will be missed and so many tears but just keep all the good memories alive. I remember when she had gotten so sick and you and Keith took her in to live with you. Amy if you all need anything please let me know. Love you always.

  5. I worked with Susan’s husband David at the Asheville Police Dept. and always thought so much of she and David, they were both a delight to be around and David to work with. Rest in Peace my friends.

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