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December 18, 1954 – November 6, 2022
Susan Hart, age 67, passed away on November 6, 2022.
Susan was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Robert and Frances Siemer.
Susan is survived by her children Odi (Amber) Hart, Yena (Larry) Sanchez, and Michael Hart. Grandchildren; Savannah Kirk, Samuel Sanchez, Solomon Sanchez, Asa Hart, and Aubrey Hart. Great Grandchildren; Sophia, Spencer, and Sawyer. Siblings; Janet (Andrew) MacWilliams, Jane (Tom) Abbott, Bob (Theresia) Siemer, Bill (Mary Ann) Siemer, Mike Siemer and Daniel Siemer. Survived by sister in law’s Torey Siemer and Tammy Siemer. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, extended family members and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents and siblings Mark, Stephen, and Ruth Siemer.
Susan grew up in Cincinnati, on the west side. Susan was the fourth eldest of 10 children. She had a Bachelor of Art in Communications and a Master of Special Education with a reading endorsement from Xavier University. She was a teacher for 17 years and worked at Royalmont Academy in Mason. Susan was very spiritual and was very active in different churches. She enjoyed going on mission trips with her church group to South America and South Africa. Susan adored her grandchildren and loved to spend time with them.
Visitation will be held Saturday, November 19, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel. (Follow the Red line once you are on the ground of the memorial park)
Funeral services for Susan Hart will be held on Saturday, November 19, 2022, at 11:00 AM at Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel with Entombment to follow.
In honor of Susan’s life, you may make memorial donations to a charity of your choice.
Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The Arlington Memorial Garden Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel
(Follow the red line once you are on the grounds of the Memorial Park)
Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
The Arlington Memorial Garden Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel
“Susan will be missed. I met Susan at Hamilton County Community Action Agency. We taught together. She always took time to come and visit me. We went out the comedy clubs, dinner. and lunch together. She was a women if God and a very spiritual person,companionable, loving, and caring. You had a heart of gold. Susan may you rest in peace. Valerie Calhoun”
“Part 5 I will miss playing Scrabble with her and learning new words I have never heard of and she enjoyed how I memorized the 2 letter word list. During pandemic she came down with cancer and I would make her meals at my home and we enjoyed watching shows together and looking up facts about the actors. I will miss the quality time with Susan and the laughs, adventures, and the bond that we shared. She was one of my best friends and I always felt safe talking to her because she would genuinely care and listen and give advice. I have learned so much from Susan and will miss her and I talking on the phone for hours about anything and everything. She will always hold a special place in my heart.”
“Part 3 She was passionate about teaching and her and I would enjoy talking about our stories of teaching and said that one day her and I wanted to write a book about all of our experiences of teaching. I met her teaching HeadStart in 2014 and we became friends for almost 9 years. We were inseparable like Lucy and Ethel. Susan became like family to me and we both built a trust in one another.”
“Part 2 I would always call her up and say Hey Susan! I found another freebie! She would say “Wow girl you always know where the free things are!” She would drive to my place and we would go on our adventures. Her and I had fun driving around and taking turns finding fun adventures to go on like holiday light drive throughs, new coffee shops, and places to eat. She enjoyed that I always reminded her about senior discounts and always got a kick how I carried coupons for almost everything! We would introduce each other to new things and learn from one another. Susan had a young soul and was very amicable to everyone she had met.”
“Part 1 This has been a crazy year with deaths and I couldn’t go to one of my good friends Susan Hart’s funerals yesterday because I was sick. I was supposed to read her Eulogy I wrote. I will miss her so much.❤️ Susan was an amazing woman. She was was kind hearted, genuine, caring, empathetic, giving, trusting, understanding, compassionate, faithful, loyal, wise, and patient. I loved going out on adventures with her to get freebies such as free coffee, donuts, and small things for teachers.”
“I will truly miss our spiritual connection. You were always there for me. Just a phone call.Always celebrating our birthdays. Our mission trip to Peru to spread gods word. She loved her big family.”
“I am so sorry to hear about Susan’s passing. My mother Judy and Susan were friends for many years. Susan was nothing but kind, funny and nice to me. I have many fond memories of her. She was a very supportive friend to my mother. Their mission trip and girls trips were often sources of many fun filled adventures. May God give her peace, rest and love that she deserves. Prayers for the family.”
“Thank you Mrs Hart for being a loving formator, extending your faith to children and families and for being a supportive member of the Royalmont community. May God welcome you home just as you have been so welcoming to the families at Royalmont Academy.”
“Dear Janet and family, I am so sorry to read about the passing of your sister Susan . My sincerest sympathy to all of you, you are all in my prayers❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏”
“So sorry to hear of the passing of cousin Susan. Prayers to her family.”