Woodward, Okla. — Her family compared her to an officer that fights the drug cartel quoted saying " If I have to lose my life to protect someone else, so be it!" This is how Susie lived. Every living creature was worth more to her than her own life. She would take in the homeless, stray animals, addicts, abused children, rescue prostitutes, be a friend to the pimps, sell and give anything she had to give someone something they didn't have. She is the closest thing to Jesus her family ever met! She lived a life of laying down her life for others. She didn't just judge the outward appearance and peoples actions, she took the time to know them. May we all leave a Legacy of Love as Susie did.
She is survived by her husband Jeremy Pinkley of Woodward; mother, Glenda Sue Childers of Elk City; brothers, Jamie McKinley Cunningham of Mountain City, TN; Gregory Lee Cunningham of Manchester, TN; sisters, Linnie Long and husband Dewayne of Woodward; Amy Fuentes and husband Fletcher of Boston, MA; Dixie Taylor and husband Charles of Woodward; nieces and nephews who were her pride and joy, Natasha Gonser and husband Tyler, Kaitlynne Hough, Jamie Cunningham, Ethian McClellan, Marina Long, Krisslynne Cunningham, Raven Cunningham, Yasmeen Fuentes, Serenity Long, Kross Long, Zachariah Taylor, Fletcher Fuentes, Kichlynne Taylor; and great-niece, Promise Gonser; several other family members and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father Clarence McKinley Cunningham.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to O.A.T.H. ( Oklahomans Against Trafficking Humans) with the funeral home accepting the contributions.
Remembrances may be made online at www.billingsfuneralhomewoodward.com