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Susan “Susie” Linn Gamble Feinour

February 09, 1942 ~ January 06, 2023

Susan “Susie” Linn Gamble Feinour was born on February 9, 1942, in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, the daughter of William Blaine Gamble and Kathryn Linderman Gamble. She was raised in Mt. Lebanon along with her sister, Betsey Hodges Gamble Ward, before moving to Radnor, Pennsylvania at the age of 15 and attending Radnor High School. Susie later attended Hood College where she met her husband Eugene “Gene” Parnell Feinour at the University of Virginia during a road trip. Gene and Susie dated for two years before their wedding at Merion Golf Club on July 25, 1964 and were fortunate to spend 58 years together in marriage.

Susie and Gene settled in the Radnor area and were proud parents of two children, Betsey Gamble Feinour and Andrew Parnell Feinour. Susie was extremely active in the community and spent a lot of time at Aronimink Golf Club, where she served as both Women’s Tennis Chairman and Women’s Golf Chairman. Additionally, Susie volunteered with the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair for over 20 years, serving as Chairman of the Country Fair in 1988 and 1989, raising millions of dollars for the Bryn Mawr Hospital.

In 1990, Susie and Gene partially moved to Vero Beach, Florida where they spent over 30 years together. Susie enjoyed spending her time at Johns Island and Quail Valley country clubs, golfing, socializing, and playing bridge. She was a very accomplished bridge player, earning the status of Bronze Life Master. Susie had many creative hobbies over the years in addition to golf and tennis, including needlepointing, decoupaging, jewelry and purse making. Susie and Gene were also generous supporters of the Indian River Hospital Foundation, which led to an evening in which she served as the conductor of the Boston Pops at a local concert.

Above all, Susie loved her friends and her family. Susie will be remembered for her honest candor and quick wit. She loved to tell a joke and relished in bringing joy to everyone she interacted with. She was known throughout the community for her colorful clothing and vibrant accessories celebrating the holidays.

Susie relished being a grandmother, known affectionately as Mum Mum. She spent as much time with her grandchildren, Riley and Anders, as possible and of course taught them the “Mum Mum Song” which she proudly wrote: “Mum Mum, Mum Mum you are the best. Mum Mum, Mum Mum we love you!”

Susie was predeceased by her parents, and beloved daughter. She is survived by husband Gene Feinour, son and daughter-in-law Andy and Shawnee Feinour, and grandchildren Riley Gamble Feinour and William Anders Feinour.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Betsey Gamble Feinour Jefferson Scholarship Fund at the Jefferson Scholars Foundation at The University of Virginia, 112 Clarke Court, Charlottesville, VA 22903 Phone:434-243-9029.


Catherine Washburn

January 12, 2023, 12:15 am

Dear Gene and Family,
Susie was one of our fondest memories at John’s Island gatherings, that we attended for many years. She would always make me and the girls laugh at every occasion. She was always smiling and laughing which was contagious, and we shared some great laughs together at these events. Our lives have been truly touched by her grace and spirit. We wish you and your family all the love and prayers during this time.

Love Catherine, Paige and Julia Washburn

Jack Sullivan

January 13, 2023, 3:18 pm

My heartfelt condolences to Gene and Susie’s family from her Radnor High School classmate. Susie’s yearbook writeup said that “she is full of jokes, fun and wit.” It is clear that she retained those wonderful traits throughout her life. I last saw her at our 50-year class reunion in 2010 and am glad to learn that she enjoyed 58 happy years of marriage to Gene and the joys of a loving family.

Sincere regards,
Jack Sullivan, RHS Class of 1960

Phyllis Deely

January 14, 2023, 5:56 pm

Sorry for your loss prayers. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Susie was a wonderful lady.
Phyllis Deely, Patty, and Mary

Joanne Schemery

February 7, 2023, 8:50 pm

She had a very productive life. With deepest sympathy and condolences,
Joanne Schemery, Hood ‘64

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