In Loving MemorySusan Elizabeth Meyer (Lefebvre)Susan Elizabeth Meyer, 71, passed away Saturday, February 6, 2021. She was born September 2, 1949 in Green Bay, WI to the late Bernard and Mercedes (Stobbe) Lefebvre. She married Stephen C. Meyer on May 23, 1970 at the University of Wisconsin Christian Center in Oshkosh, WI. Sue spent the last 20 years of her life with her husband, Steve, in Woodstock, GA. Sue loved family. Their home became the hub for the whole family and the start of many family traditions to include Halloween parties, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and "Meyer Madness"� New Year' Eve parties. Sue' 9 grandchildren grew up in a loving atmosphere filled with humor, fun, and lots of wonderful memories. Sue loved decorating the house for the seasons and holidays. She also had a love for crafting. She felted hats, cross stitched, made seasonal wreaths and floral arrangements. She crocheted beautiful hats, mittens, shawls, and afghans. Sue donated many of these to local Christian charities. She made blankets and handbags for the Cherokee Animal Shelter. Sue also crocheted lovely baby blankets for each of her grandchildren to have for their own children.Sue and her husband enjoyed traveling with their children to Destin, FL; Nags Head, NC; Annapolis, MD; and Asheville, NC. They also enjoyed traveling with Sue' sister, Carolyn Rentmeester and her family to Charlestown, NC, Gatlinburg, TN, and to the Balloon Festival in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Sue is survived by her husband, Stephen Meyer, Woodstock, GA; daughters, Amy (Michael) Jarjoura, Annapolis, MD; Kathryn (Tadesse) St. George, Woodstock, GA; sons, Christopher (Elaine) Meyer, Carrollton, GA; Matthew (Lisa) Meyer, Cumming, GA; 9 grandchildren; three sisters; Carolyn Rentmeester, Green Bay, WI; Marianne Fink, Sheboygan, WI; Kathy (Jim) Miller, Houghton, MI; nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by one brother, Ralph.The family is holding a private Celebration of Life. In lieu of flowers please send donations to: Hope for Domestic Violence (http://hopefordv.org), Nspire Outreach, or the Cherokee County Animal Shelter.