Susan Gordy Obituary: 65, of Chicago and Aspen, kicked the bucket on June 19, 2020, out of a car crash close to Aspen, Colorado, after a morning climb with ladies companions on a perfect Rocky Mountain day. Susan is made due by her crushed spouse of 39 years, David A. Epstein. One thousand nine hundred eighty-one alumni of Kent Law School, Susan, had a long profession in the financial business. She started her vocation at First National Bank of Chicago, first as a First Scholar, and at last as a chief VP.
She later worked at her consultancy, SKG, and Associates, and afterward for LaSalle Bank and its parent ABN-AMRO (Netherlands). Lately, she was an overseeing chief at The Chicago Corporation, was an expert to the Bank of Chatsworth (Illinois) and different organizations, and served on the Board of Directors of the Johnson Financial Group (Wisconsin). Susan separated her time among Chicago and her and David’s home in Aspen, a spot she cherished profoundly.
Conceived in Canajoharie, New York, Susan experienced childhood in Wheaton, Illinois. She went to Southern Methodist University and the University of Arizona. Susan met her better half David, an attorney when she was a lobbyist understudy in Springfield in the last part of the ’70s. Around then, David was the Parliamentarian of the House of Representatives. Susan took a shot at the 2004 mission of Barack Obama as the co-top of the mission’s Women’s Groups. She declined to join the Obama organization, picking instead to stay in Chicago and Aspen with David. She was seldom isolated for more than a couple of days. An enthusiastic and brilliant skier, just as a deeply rooted tennis player, Susan was a functioning supporter of craftsmanship, music, magnanimous, and ladies’ associations, just as the Jesse White Tumblers. In winter, she usually gave garments and food to Chicago vagrants and ladies.
A dynamic, warm and liberal individual who oozed energy, Susan was a tutor to numerous youthful experts, just like a few god-kids and nieces and nephews, particularly nephew Grant Gordy now of Brooklyn. Additionally, enduring Susan is her sister Jane West of O’Fallon, Missouri. Siblings Richard Gordy, of Ft. Collins, Colorado, and Thomas Gordy, of Chicago. Interment is at Westlawn Cemetery on Monday, June 29, 2020, at 1:30 p.m. The short internment administration will be private yet will be live spilled on Facebook. Go to the Weinstein and Piser Funeral Home Facebook page to see the administration. A toast to Susan’s life and soul and ever-present grin will be held from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, June 29th, in Lincoln Park outside (subject to rain) at the Bacino’s Grille at the Diversey Ave. Golf driving reach.