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Susan Louise Hume

Susan Louise Hume

Born 1949-09-23
Died 2020-10-03

CINCINNATI- Susan L. Hume, 71, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on October 3, 2020 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. She was born on September 23, 1949 in Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter to the late Richard C. and Nancy Acomb. Susan is survived by her children, Dawn (Paul) Goebel, and Randall (Mimi) Eckert; stepdaughter Heather Hume; grandchildren Cameron, Chelsea and Chase Eckert; Taylor Blank (Lacinda Ayers); Will and Ben Goebel, and Jarrett and Lauren Larscheid; step-grandchildren Jacob and Joshua Hume; great-grandchildren Avery Harris and Norah Blank; nieces Claire (Cody) Chaffins and Lydia Simms (IV Dennard), nephew Daniel Simms; and sisters Carole Acomb and Diane (Gary) Simms. She is also survived by her former husband, Randall (Becky) Eckert. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, H. Gregory Hume; and her brother, Richard E. Acomb.Susan graduated from Loveland High School and went on to receive her Bachelors Degree in Anthropology from University of Cincinnati, then traveled to France to study at the Sorbonne. She held a career as a speech writer during her employment with GE Aircraft Engine. Susan was a passionate Democrat and spent countless hours fundraising and promoting her political values. She loved to garden, entertain, and decorate her immaculate home.In her later years, Susan took much joy in caring for and loving her grandchildren, spending time hiking with them in Winton Woods and Hocking Hills with her husband, Greg, an avid photographer who documented those special memories. Susan always loved Christmas, but when the grandchildren and their cousins arrived she poured herself wholeheartedly into making it special for them, with a homemade gingerbread house for each of them to decorate (in the garage, of course). She made dozens upon dozens of Christmas cookies, going so far as to carefully package them and send them to grandchildren living far away. She was also known for her fabulous Christmas parties and homemade eggnog.A private celebration of Susan's life has been held. The family wishes to extend a thank you to everyone for their care and support during this time. Donations in her name may be made to the Alzheimer's Association by clicking here:

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