Susan Williamson Fales

August 6, 1963 - February 10, 2023
Susan Williamson Fales

Gifts & Memorial Donations

Susan Lynn Williamson Fales, 59, of Wilmington died on February 10, 2023. She was born in Wilmington at James Walker Memorial, to Elmer and Naomi Williamson.

In addition to her parents, Susan was preceded in death by her daughter Rhiannon Fales.

She is survived by her husband Donald Fales, son Tucker Fales, daughter Khaler Fales and extended family.

A gathering will be held by the family at 804 Colonial Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403 on Friday February, 24, 2023 from 6-8pm.

In lieu of flowers the family ask that donations be made to ASPCA.

Visiting Hours

804 Colonial Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403
  • Friday, February 24, 2023
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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  • February 19, 2023
    Tamekia says:
    I first met Susan at work in September of 2018. She was such a pure soul and full of jokes and laughs. She was the most selfless person I have ever met and would give anything to help someone else. I’m so thankful that I had the opportunity to be her friend. Her love started as a work mom and she ended up becoming one of my best friends. I will never forget our talks. I love and miss you soo much Susie Q ❤️.

  • February 18, 2023
    Terri Rourk Parham lit a candle:
    Lit since February 18, 2023 at 2:36:49 PM

  • February 18, 2023
    Monica posted an image:
    l-r Donald Fales, Rhiannon Fales, Susan Fales, Tucker Fales, Khaler Fales
    l-r Donald Fales, Rhiannon Fales, Susan Fales, Tucker Fales, Khaler Fales

  • February 18, 2023
    Monica says:
    Susan was one of the best people I have ever known. She helped so many other people, but never expected a thing in return. She enjoyed being able to help you in any way, and she didn’t mind at all going out of her way to do so. I met her when she was 16, which started as only a small friendship, and we grew to be great friends over the last 43 years and she came to be one of the best friends I have ever had in my life. You couldn’t ask for a better one because Susan was the best in all ways. She did love her life when she could see that everybody else was happy. If you weren’t Susan was going to make sure that you became that way. She had that special “knack” of helping and making people feel the very best about themselves. She was a very fun person and you could talk to her about anything and know you wouldn’t be judged in any way. She firmly believed in what her grandmother told her and would repeat that to you, “don’t ever let anyone think they’re better than you, and don’t ever think that you’re better than anyone else.” We have had so many good times together as great friends and those times are all now very special and precious memories to me. Susan was a great mother and wife and took everything she did for and with her children very serious. Being a good mother was one of the most important things to her. Having the Lord in your life was also important to her, and not a day went by where she didn’t tell you how grateful and blessed she felt she was just to be here. Susan will be missed immensely by not just her family, but the many good friends she had. She was like a magnet and people loved to be around her and no matter how busy she was, she would make time for you. But for our sweet Susan we can all find peace in knowing that she’s with the Lord and that she has definitely met all her goals, plus more, to live in eternity with the Lord. Susan, like I said we will all definitely miss you, but are glad to see you no longer suffering, because we know you deserve much better. I love you so much Susan, and as you can see “Ca” still needs uses your motherly guidance. Love you forever and always, Monica

  • February 17, 2023
    Mike & Shirley Harrell lit a candle:
    Lit since February 17, 2023 at 2:03:25 PM