Susan Kay Prock Burton, age 66, of Robbins, died unexpectedly Saturday, October 26, 2019 while on an outing with her family.

 

A funeral service will be 11:00 am, Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at Elise Presbyterian Church conducted by Rev. Jon Neuhs. Burial will follow at Flint Hill Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday, October 29, 2019 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm at Kennedy Funeral Home.

 

Susan grew up in Houston, TX and was the daughter of the late George Prock & Rachel Blacklock Prock. Susan worked for over 20 years at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital as a registered nurse and was currently employed with Daymark Recovery.

 

Being a native of Texas, Susan was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan. Each year she and her son would make the trip from Robbins to Dallas to watch a home game.

 

She was preceded in death by her son Chance Hall.

 

She is survived and will always be loved by: her husband, Johnny “Mack”  Burton; daughter, Flynt (Ben) Wingrove of Raleigh; sons, Mack (Brittany) Burton Jr. of Robbins, Jimbo (Wendy) Hall of Covington, LA; step-daughter, Lynn Wilkinson; two step-sons, Steve Burton, John Burton; Three Brothers, Guy Prock, Dan Prock, Van Prock; Sister, Mary McCracken.

 

Memorials contributions to the wonderful Elise Presbyterian Church, P O Box 637, Robbins, NC 27325 as they have been good to the Burton family for many years.

 

Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the Burton family.

 

Condolences:  PinesFunerals.com

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  1. I can’t express the sadness that her passing brings. Sue was a very special person. She was very caring, kind and loving.She also had a great sense of humor. She always greeted others with a smile. She was very dedicated to her family and her friends. I had the privilege of working at the hospital for many years with her. She was an excellent nurse and a wonderful person. She touched a lot of lives and she will be missed terribly by all of those who knew her and loved her. My condolences to her family. You are in my prayers.

  2. SO SORRY FOR YOU ALL !!! I LOVE BOTH SUSAN AND MACK. I’VE KNOWN HER SINCE I WAS A TEENAGER. SHE HAS ALWAYS BEEN GOOD TO ME !!! I HAVE MANY GOOD MEMORIES OF HER AND HER FAMILY !!! THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS FOR YOU !! MACK I WILL BE THINKING ABOUT YOU !!!!

  3. I love you Soul Sista! You have always been a rock in my life. Going to miss your laugh, your spirit and your smile. Forever changed💗💗

  4. Susan was such an amazing person, with something good to say, always. My deepest sympathies to the family. I lost a great friend, God has gain a wonderful angel.
    Hey Susan, How about them Cowboys! RIP.

  5. Sending my sincere condolences. I can’t begin to describe how much my Susie B will be missed! We started off as strangers over two years ago but she quickly became a mother figure to me. I will forever cherish our wonderful memories. To Mr. Mack, her children and grands she loved you all so much and you all made her extremely proud! We had many talks about each of you! Rest well my Susie B! She will forever be in my heart! Love you sweet lady Sue💞💓💕

  6. Boys and I would like to send our condolences. Sending up prayers for the family and all her grand-children that thought the world of her . She will greatly be missed.

  7. I Loved Susan. I worked with her at the Asheboro & Siler City Daymark. There were so many times we would share stories of our lives. She was always so thoughtful and kind. She will truly be missed.

  8. Susan taught me so much when we worked together at Head Start. I’m rejoicing that she’s with Chance in heaven but I sure will miss her.
    Prayers for peace, comfort and healing for her family.

  9. I never thought I would be saying good-bye to “Sue B.”. Sue was a beautiful person with strong beliefs and values, and she lived her life accordingly. She was everything you would want in a nurse- intelligent, kind, caring, with a positive outlook on life and a common sense approach to any problem. But it was Sue’s sense of humor that helped us all see the “lighter” side of life. I will miss her so much. My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time,
    Sue spoke of you often and loved you all so much.
    Doris Fleming

  10. What a dear sweet precious person. Worked with her at Daymark Recovery. She was always so kind. I’m rejoicing that she is in heaven with our savior but will miss her on this earth.

  11. I worked with Ms.Susan for two years and those were the best two years. She was my guardian angel… We talked constantly at work and on the weekends. She was the most caring and thoughtful person.. My heart is so hurt .. She loved her family dearly.. Ms. Susie B, as I liked to call her was very dear to my heart… I love you Ms. Susie B. You will forever be in my heart…

  12. So very sorry for your loss. Susan was a nice lady and always had a smile on her face. Prayers for the family and healing from our Savior.

  13. Worked withSusan years ago on Jackson Hall. She was a caring , compassionate and funny lady. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. Prayers of comfort for the family.

  14. Sue was the kind of person we all should hope to be. She was my friend-always-all the time. She was “real”, you always knew how she felt about things, and she stood by her convictions. She was always honest, kind, compassionate, and never judgmental. She touched many lives, and we were all better for knowing her. She loved her family, and spoke of them often. She was so proud of all of you. I consider myself blessed to have had Sue in my life. I will miss her terribly, and will cherish my many memories as I am sure all of you will.

  15. Susan was such a sweet person. So sorry to hear this.
    Our kids grew up together and are good friends. I will miss her dearly.

  16. I am devastated to hear about Sue’s passing. Much love to her family. She was a wonderful woman with a big heart, a terrific nurse, and one of God’s angels while she lives on earth. RIP Sue.

  17. I thoughts and prayers are with all of you, Susan was a wonderful person and may her Light always shine on
    all of you and us.

  18. I had the honor of working with Sue for many years at FirstHealth. She was an excellent nurse, kind and compassionate always. She was truly one of God’s Angels here on earth. Prayers and condolences to the family. She was one of a kind and she is missed.

  19. My prayers are with your family today. Although I did not personally know Susan, she was a member of the Daymark nursing family. She will be truly missed. Please take care of each other.

  20. I’m so saddened to hear about your dear loss. I always enjoyed working with her & passing her in the hallways at MRH. She always had a radiant smile, such a joy to talk with & always had a big heart for her patients. Holding y’all close to our hearts & in our prayers. Heaven truly gained an Angel.🌹

  21. Susan was the coolest of all moms growing up! Her home and heart was always open. A free and loving spirit that will be missed by many. I will miss our encounters at the grocery store where I was always greeted with a hug, a memory of something that I did at her home growing up and a catch up on what was going on in her kids lives. She always mentioned each of you and you could tell in her voice how proud she was. Our conversations would end with a hug and you guys always kept me laughing, I never knew what to expect. To Mr. Mack, Flynt and the entire family you will be in my thoughts and prayers in the coming days.

  22. Mack, I am at a loss for words over the passing of my friend. I loved that lady. All the years we had at Ithaca was such a blessing. We always had such a good time together. Even after we all left Ithaca, and I would see her we would pick up and enjoy being together again. The last time I saw her was in June and it was so good to see her. The world is a better place, because we knew our Susan. Mack, to you and your family you have my deepest sympathy. May God continue to bless and keep you. Much Love, Wanda Farmer.

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