Susan Jennifer Titus
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Susan Jennifer Titus
Susan was born Aug. 18, 1968 to Bob Horn and Barbara Crews in Dallas, Texas. She was married on April 23, 1988 to Ron Titus in Oklahoma City, Okla. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in Business from Southern Nazarene University. She also earned her Project Management Professional (PMP) designation and served as the state president for the Meeting Planners of Oklahoma (MPO). Throughout her 25-year career in marketing, meeting, and convention planning, Susan had an incredible ability to bring large groups of people together and create a feeling of community. In more recent years she spent her time as marketing manager at C.L. Boyd.
Susan's impact on those she met was profound. As a wife, mother, sister, daughter, and confidant, she effortlessly managed life with grace and compassion. Her unwavering faith and strength was a source of inspiration to so many around her. Her incomparable spirit will be deeply missed.
Susan is survived by her husband Ron Titus; son Eli Titus; mother and step-dad Barbara and Robert Crews; father and step-mom Bob and Fran Horn; sisters Heidi Harlin and Sharon Crews; brother James (Amy) Crews; father-in-law and mother-in-law Don and Nancy Titus; brother-in-laws Randy Titus, Rick (Jill) Titus, Rod (Michele) Titus, Reggie Titus; sister-in-law Amy (Barry) Ice; and nieces and nephews Justin Harlin, Dylan Crews, Sam Crews, Sophia Anderson, Aidan Anderson, Kacey Hallsted, Kyle Titus, Ali Roenfeldt, Dani Christie, Jamie Titus, Mikayla Titus, Cassie Titus, Megan Titus, Spencer Titus, Jordan Titus, Bailey Ice, Katie Ice, and Hope Ice.
Susan loved and was loved every day of her life. In lieu of physical gifts the family asks you to consider an in-kind donation to the Susan Titus Foundation (https://www.facebook.com/susantitusfoundation). #GODHASTHIS.
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