In loving memory of

Susan Leslie Nelski
August 24, 1949 - September 5, 2021

Nelski, Mrs.
Susan Leslie
Muskegon, Michigan

Mrs. Susan Leslie Nelski, age 72, passed away Sunday, September 5, 2021. She was born in Muskegon, MI on August 24, 1949 to Wesley & Roberta (Nelson) Pearcy and married Nicholas Nelski October of 1982. Mrs. Nelski had been the direvtor of shipping at Earle Press for many years until retiring. Susan was a member of former member of Samuell Luthern Church, the Fruitport Eagles and enjoyed spending time with her Famiy. SURVIVORS
Daughter, Shaun (Mel) Raleigh; Greandchildren, Brittany Soller, Austin Soller, Rhiannon Raliegh; Sister Paige (John) Gardner; Brother Wes (Shelly) Pearcy; Nieces, Kelly (Ryan) Homfeld, Kendra (Lance) Moore, Karla (Corey) Homan; her special furry friends Mollee and Libb-ee
SERVICE
A private family graveside service will take place at Laketon Township Cemetery. Please visit www.clockfuneralhome.com to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.
Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon

Tributes

Greg & Deb Teerman wrote on Sep 10, 2021:

"We had the pleasure of having Sue and Nick as neighbors across from us on Ivanhoe Drive. It was our first home purchase and we were blessed to have them as friends. We also enjoyed their 4-legged family members, Bandit and Casey. Sue was always so pleasant, with a constant smile, a kind word and wonderful laugh. To Sue's family, may you experience peace and cherish the many fond memories of her vivacious life. It was a blessing to know her! Greg & Deb Teerman"

Margo VanFossen wrote on Sep 10, 2021:

"I worked with Susie and her mom at AGS Co. For many years. Susie made coming to work fun. She was the life of the party so to say. MargoVanFossen"

Tom and Marilyn Case wrote on Sep 10, 2021:

"Susie was a wonderful neighbor and friend. She was our ?Wilson,? ( the over the back fence character from Tim Allen?s ?Home Improvement? show of a few years back. We love her, and look forward to moving in next to her again in Heaven. Grace and peace to her family. She was ?one of a kind! Marilyn and Tom Case"