Sue Drancsak

Died: Wed., Sep. 5, 2018

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Sue Drancsak was reunited with her loving parents, John and Johanna Drancsak and her sister Marina on September 5, 2018.  One can almost hear the singing and dancing at the pearly gates! Sue was a carefree spirit who lived life to its fullest in the simplest ways. But more than that, Sue loved spending time with her companion and best friend, Dave of 27 years, Together; they enjoyed traveling and collecting treasures.  Sue is survived by the love of her life, Dave Wylie, beloved brother, John (Margaret), and sister, Lisa (Tom DiSanto).  Also surviving is adored nephew, John Robert (Jenn), niece, Molly, and great niece, Julie. Additionally, Sue leaves behind step daughter Teri Vaughn (Todd) and grandchildren, Jordan and Andon Sorbet, as well as loving uncles, cousins, neighbors and friends. Services will be held privately for the family, with burial at St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Fleming. Donations in memory of Sue Drancsak may be made to St. Peter and Paul Church, 136 Washington Street, Auburn, New York, 13021 or Troop Fire Department, 7156 Beech Tree Road, Auburn, NY 13021.
Arrangements are with White Chapel Funeral Home Inc., Auburn

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Nancy (Dahl) Guiffrida
   Posted Fri September 07, 2018
Dave, Lisa & John -

I am just heart broken with the loss of my best friend of 50 years. Sue is a soul that can never be replaced. I am full of great memories our families have shared over the years. I know Sue will be the brightest star in the sky. Rest in peace my dear friend.

Nancy & Al

Brenda Bader
   Posted Sat September 08, 2018
I can’t even begin to tell you how sorry I am for the lose of your sister. The pain of losing two loved ones so close is devastating. I’ve been there. My heart is heavy for you. Please know you are in my prayers. Anything I can do, please let me know. Brenda-Willow Glen.

Josene Giacona Ciotoli
   Posted Tue September 11, 2018
Dear Dave, John, Lisa and family,

I am so very sorry, and saddened to hear of Sue’s passing. It is definitely a shock to all. She was one in a million for sure. Always someone you could count to tell a funny story to cheer you up and make you laugh. Her gift was bringing joy and happiness to people. A friend to all!
I will treasure all the special times and countless memories I was fortunate to have shared with Sue since grade school. Sue was able to touch so many with her larger than life persona. She will be truly missed and forever in our hearts.
My deepest sympathy,

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