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Lawanda “Sue” Mudd

            Lawanda "Sue" (Nichols) Mudd, 78, of Virginia Beach, Virginia, a former

resident of East Greenville, passed away on Thursday, March 30, 2023. She was the beloved mother of Pamela Sue Mudd-Mosher, of Virginia Beach, Virginia. She was wife of the late Richard C. Mudd. They would have celebrated 60 years of marriage on Sunday, May 7, 2023.

            Sue was born in DeFuniak Springs, FL and grew up in Niceville, FL. She was the only daughter of the late Andrew "Clayton" Nichols and Ola "Marie" (Brock) Nichols.

            Sue moved to Pennsylvania in 1965 with her husband. She worked various part-time jobs but her main focus was being a wife and mother. She loved to cook, garden, and spend time with her family. She was a Girl Scout Troop Leader for East Greenville Junior Troop 363.

            In 1980, she became one of Jehovah's Witnesses; and found the answers to her lifelong quest. Her last employment was as a mortgage loan processor at Hill Financial in Red Hill. She stopped working outside the home when her Lupus became too debilitating. She still kept very busy, caring for her family and the many cats who touched her life. She loved animals and took care of orphaned bunnies and birds when friends would bring them to her. She constantly cared for stray and abandoned cats, including a small clowder at her apartment in Virginia Beach.

            Her loved ones look forward to the day they will see her again in Paradise.

            Survivors: Daughter; beloved son-in-law, Jeffrey L Mosher (her Jeffy) of Virginia Beach; Sister-in-law, Dorothy Lee (Mudd) Hales of Las Cruces, New Mexico; Sister-in-law, Lori Nichols, wife of the late Danny C. Nichols, DeFuniak Springs, FL; many Nieces and Nephews; her oldest and dearest friend, Bonnie Binder of Ocala, FL.  She was predeceased by her three brothers, Howard Coval Nichols, Sr., Danny Colin Nichols, Sr., Andrew Clayton Nichols, Jr., her brothers-in-law, Thomas Sherwood Mudd I, Thomas W. Hales, and Harlan Jeffery Mudd, her husband, parents and in-laws.

            Services: A Celebration of Life, 2 p.m., Saturday, May 6th, Falk Funeral Home, 163 Main St., Pennsburg, PA. All are invited to gather from 1 -2 p.m.  Service will be able to be attended remotely via Zoom. Link to services .

            Contributions: In lieu of flowers, please make contributions in her memory to The Cat Shack, PO Box 950, Trexlertown, PA 18087 or your local "no-kill" shelter.

            Visit her "Book of Memories" at to share your special memories of Sue.






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