Regina Susan "Sue" Pugh

Sep 14 1955
Jan 5 2022
66 Years
New Holland, Pennsylvania

Regina Susan “Sue” Pugh 66 of New Holland and previously of Gap passed away at her home peacefully on Wednesday January 5, 2022. She was the wife of Ron Pugh with whom she shared over 48 years of marriage. Born September 14, 1955 she was the daughter of the late George O. and Doris E. Seal Taylor. 

Sue attended the Coatesville schools and worked at Dray’s Steak Shop in Coatesville and later at Pizza Villa where she made the best cheesesteaks and hoagies around. 

In her younger years she was an avid roller skater at the former Exton roller rink and later Caln roller rink. She enjoyed vacationing at Ocean City Maryland especially with her grandchildren at Thanksgiving. She enjoyed music and dancing. She was excellent at throwing parties but especially pool parties at her residence in Gap PA. She really enjoyed spending time and spoiling her grandchildren. The most important thing in Sue’s life was her family and friends. 

She is survived by her husband Ron, her daughters Lysa  of New Holland and Leslie of Parkesburg. Five grandchildren Ylishyah and Azayah of Leola, Azrayl of Lancaster,  Yahqob and Chananiyah of New Holland.  Her brother George Taylor of Rehoboth beach Delaware and her sister Denise Strogan of Parkesburg PA. 

She was predeceased by her siblings Dennis , Earl, and Gary. 

At Sue’s request there will be no formal viewing or funeral services donations can be made in Sue’s memory to Hospice and Community Care of Lancaster PA. 


Ron, Denise and Families,.
So sorry for your loss. Prayers to you all. Alot of great memories with Sue always full of laughs and fun. Always remember the good times and memories you have. Judy McKee Killian

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So sorry to hear of your loss. Always had fun with Sue and her family. Good times in OC MD. Prayers to you and your family

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Ron and family, so sorry to know Sue has died. She is not suffering any more, she is at peace! I hope you and the family can get some comfort in knowing that she is resting now! Love Brenda and Ron Powell

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My heart hurts for you all at such a difficult time. She will be missed. I have so many memories of spending time at your house with you both that I look back on them often.  We love you and am keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.  

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My heart goes out to all of you. Aunt Sue was a kind & caring person.  She always thought of others, having cookouts so the family could share laughter and fun while swimming and eating. She was very kind to my family, having baby showers, graduation parties, 16th birthday parties. But most of all she just wanted to help.  Never asking for anything in return.  I will always remember your kindness and love. Aunt Sue you were a great part of my life and I will never forget you! Sincerely your niece Debbie

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