Ramsey Funeral Home & Crematorium
Charlie Sue Guymon
( July 12, 1944 - January 21, 2016 )
Charlie Sue Garrett Guymon was born July 12, 1944 in Santa Anna, Texas; Deceased January 21, 2016 in Georgetown Texas. Charlie Sue was preceded in death by her parents Robert and Pauline Garrett, her brother Benny Jack Garrett, her sister Bobra Boan, her beloved husband Richard F Guymon, and her stepson Stewart Guymon.
Charlie Sue is survived by her sister Pam Anderson and brother in law John Slaughter, her daughter Robin Hart and son-in-law Brian Barclay, her daughter Pam Jenkins and son-in-law Keith Jenkins, her stepson Travis Guymon and daughter in law Jackie Guymon, her grandchildren PJ Haun (Michelle), Ben Haun (Veranikah), Sarah Stanfield, Kelsey Cemper, Scott Cemper, Austin Jenkins (Lindsay), and Erika Cuesta (Andy). She was blessed with great grandchildren Ava Jenkins, Elijah Haun, Erin and Andrina Jenkins, and Jameson Haun. Charlie Sue is also survived by her best friend Patricia Anderson, who was her soul sister in so many ways.
Charlie Sue was a graduate of Santa Anna High School class of 1962. She attended Southwestern University for a time, until the passing of her father. Charlie was a mortgage banker for the majority of her career, owning Austin Mortgage Inc from 1989 until she sold it. She served as the President of the Austin Mortgage Bankers Association for a term, and served with the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association during her career. She shared her career with both of her daughters who have followed in her footsteps.
Charlie Sue was a bit of a medical marvel, in that she had 2 heart surgeries performed by Dr. Denton Cooley, when other doctors gave no hope. In 1999, she was the fourth person to receive an experimental Bjork-Shiley shunt out of the side of her heart when an aneurysm threatened to shorten her life. This was to have given her an additional 3 years at most. She was proud to have beaten the odds, and took delight in proving the doctors wrong.
Charlie Sue’s family would like to thank the Wesleyan at Scenic for their excellent care, as well as AsceraCare Hospice. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to these fine organizations in Charlie’s name.
A Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 6, 2016 in the Chapel of Ramsey Funeral Home. Rev. Eric Whitfield will be officiating.
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