April 5, 1921 - February 2, 2018
Sue Jean (Arnold) Bicy was born to Willis and Blacie (Patterson) Arnold on April 5, 1921 in Trenton, Tennessee. At an early age, her family moved to Jackson, Michigan where she later met and married her beloved husband of 58 years, Sherman Bicy, Jr. She was employed at the Jackson Country Club and Concord Square Apartments. Sue became a devoted and faithful member of the Second Missionary Baptist Church where she served many years as a deaconess, a member of the Willie Wilson Missionary Circle, and the Sunday School and Prayer Meeting Group. As devout Christians, Sue and her loving husband faithfully visited the sick and shut-in: ministering and praying with those who were sick at home, health care facilities, and hospitals. Together, they were faithful patrons of Ponderosa and Big Boy restaurants. Sue was well known for baking her delicious pound cakes and carrying her precious bible everywhere she went. She and the residents at the care facility were fascinated when her great-great grandson Deondre’y, who loved her dearly and visited her regularly, would entertain them with his dance moves in his light up shoes. He enjoyed seeing the smile on their faces. Although she wasn’t fond of traveling far from home, she always looked forward to the summers when Bicy would drive her down to Tennessee to visit her cousins Sarah and Louise who are still living and doing well at the ages of 100 and 97, respectively. Sue went home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on February 2, 2018. She was preceded in death by her husband and parents; sister; Mildred White, sons; Ray and Willis Arnold, step-daughter; Deborah Bicy, and grandsons; Rodney Johnson and Nicholas Bicy, Sr. Sue leaves to cherish her memory her grandchildren; Deanna (Derick) Thomas, Andre Arnold, Robbin Johnson, Keith Arnold, Angela (Wayne) Lawrence, Raeanna Torrey, Tony Bicy, Nichelle (Kevin) Holmes, Deanna Bicy, Tamikio Mahoney, and Omar Bicy, Godchildren; Michelle Taylor and James “Peppie” Taylor, step-daughter Victoria (Michael) Bicy-VanDerKar, brother-in-law; Lawrence Bicy, sisters in-law; Ollie Hill and Betty Jean Bicy-Joplin, 48 great-grandchildren, and 36 great-great grandchildren, along with a host of nieces and nephews, relatives and friends. Sue will surely be missed by her family and all who knew and loved her.
Sue Jean (Arnold) Bicy was born to Willis and Blacie (Patterson) Arnold on April 5, 1921 in Trenton, Tennessee. At an early age, her family moved to Jackson, Michigan where she later met and married her beloved husband of 58 years, Sherman Bicy,... View Obituary & Service Information
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