Susan Gail Chadeayne, 72, of Vero Beach, FL died surrounded by her family on January 19, 2023. She was born to Donovan and Rosemary Roberts on February 10, 1950 in Oak Park, IL, graduated Hanover College in Indiana in 1972, and made a home in Westchester County, NY for 40 years before moving to Vero Beach in 2012.
She held Masters degrees in both Elementary Education and Social Work.
She taught elementary school in Ossining, NY and served as a deacon at the Ossining Presbyterian Church. As an active member of the Mt. Kisco Presbyterian Church, she organized and led spiritual retreats and ran the annual church rummage sale. She was an expert in the Rockefeller family history and guided the first public tours of their estate at Kykuit. Throughout her 10 years in Vero Beach, she was an active member of the Community Church and a docent at the Museum of Art.
She is survived by her husband, Philip; daughter, Meredith of Boca Raton, FL; son, Andrew of Issaquah, WA; brother Mark Roberts of Seattle, WA; and four grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the direction of Millennium Cremation Service. Condolences may be shared online at www.millenniumcremationservice.com.
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