Suzanne  Fisher
Suzanne "Susie" Fisher, 57, a wonderful wife, devoted mother and beloved friend to all, was called to be with the Lord on Jan. 10, 2020, following a long and courageous battle with cancer. Her cherished family and friends were by her side.
The world has lost a beautiful, bright, shining light that will live on in the hearts of everyone who crossed her path.
Susie was born in the Dominican Republic in 1962, the only daughter of Martina Trinidad.
At a very young age she moved to Walton with her mother and stepfather, Herbert Buerger.
Susie attended Walton Central School where she graduated in 1981.
After high school, under the guidance of Elizabeth Mclean, Susie became an exceptional hairstylist.
On Sept. 9, 1995, in Walton, Susie married Frank Fisher and in 1999 they moved their young family to Oneonta and opened her new business, Suzanne's Unisex Salon. She became one of the best hair stylists in the area, winning numerous awards, including The Daily Star's Best of the Best Hairstylist several times, including this year. It was an experience getting your hair done at Suzanne's.
Since opening her business, Susie also raised two beautiful and talented daughters, Maraya and Jada. She loved them deeply and with all her being.
Throughout her years in Walton and Oneonta, Suzanne touched so many lives with her overwhelming joy for life, beautiful smile and contagious laugh that no one will ever forget. Suzanne made everyone look and, more importantly, feel beautiful. That was Susie's gift to the world and she will be greatly missed.
Surviving Suzanne are her loving husband, Frank; daughters, Maraya and Jada; mother, Martina Trinidad; her special persons, Carol and Tony Antonelli, all her cherished YA-YA sisters; and countless friends, relatives and business associates, all of whom will forever cherish their special bond with this incredible, loving, funny and courageous woman.
At Susie's request, there will be no calling hours or service. Instead, there will be a celebration of her wonderful life for all those whose life was touched by this incredible soul. It will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Jan. 25, at Foothills Performing Arts and Civic Center.
Always and Forever! Love you to the moon and back!
Published on January 14, 2020


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Judy Barnum
Jan 17, 2020
I have today learned of Suzanne's death. My sympathy goes out to her family and all who knew her for we all have surely lost a rare light in this world. One could go to her salon with the doldrums and leave with a cheery outlook. She was that kind of person. I used to kid her and say I wanted to make a tape of her laughter to play when I needed uplifting. Now I so wish I had actually done it. It would be a welcome sound to buffer the grief I feel for her passing. Suzanne Fisher, an amazing, courageous angel is winging her way to heaven.
Patti Hammond
Jan 17, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Suzie’s smile and positive energy!
Duke Piroha
Jan 17, 2020
Condolences to all you family and friends, she will be missed.
Joseph McLaughlin
Jan 16, 2020
Prayers 🙏 to you Frank and your family God bless
Richard Hilgers
Jan 16, 2020
Frank I am so sorry for your loss Suzie will be missed
Susan & Scott Suter
Jan 16, 2020
So very sorry for the families loss and for her friends. Susie was the kindest, cutest lady and she will never be forgotten. She Is with her Lord now.
Anita Sewell
Jan 16, 2020
Your friend Shannon Baker, has asked that we keep your family in our prayers. You have blessed our lives❤️❤️❤️❤️🤗😇
Jennifer McDonald
Jan 16, 2020
Heavenly and Harmony was purchased for the family of Suzanne Fisher by Jennifer McDonald.  Send flowers
nancy hornbeck
Jan 16, 2020
What I remember most is her beautiful smile and her kind heart , she had a fun loving spirit about her that everyone just loved . My condolences to the family
Karen & Mark Van Valkenburg
Jan 15, 2020
Suzie you are truly missed and will forever be in our hearts. Your laugh, smile and personality touched all. I'm sure gonna miss our chats. Fly high my beautiful friend.
Judy Hulse Fisher
Jan 15, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss.