Cathie "Sue" McCormick

Cathie “Sue” McCormick, 72, passed away peacefully at home with her loving family by her side on Wednesday, December 15, 2021. Born on November 18, 1949, to loving parents Harry and Shirley Davis, she graduated from Burnt Hills High School and attended Buffalo State.

Sue was part owner, with her sisters, and an amazing manager of Mourningkill Farm and Bake Shop. It has been a family farm since 1866. She was a dedicated daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother. She adored her granddaughters. They enjoyed everything from a competitive game of double solitaire to cuddling on the couch together. Sue cherished her backyard birds, reading, and the outdoors. Most of all, she loved friends and family, and being with those she loved. Sue had a kind heart and greeted each day with gratitude. She was deeply loved and respected by all who knew her.

She was predeceased by her parents Harry and Shirley Davis, and her sister Diane. Sue is survived by her loving husband of 53 years, Bob McCormick; daughter Kimberly McCormick (Jamie); granddaughters Reilly McCormick and Kelsea Pettis; siblings Denise Margiotta (Tony), Laurie Boekeloo (Tom), and Robert Davis (Bonnie); and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Family and close friends are invited to a graveside service 11am Tuesday, December 28 at the Ballston Spa Cemetery. We are asking people to take into consideration their health, and the health of others when deciding to attend.

Guest Book

Vicki Engelking

Dearest Family, my heart skipped a beat when I heard about Sue. Sue was always so happy her kindness went beyond her family to include my family as well. They loved my son and literally took him in to teach him how to fish and hunt. Sue was a wonderful mother and grandmother along with other mutual friends we camped with 3 baby girls their birth were all 6-8 weeks apart. Our family loved Sue and no matter when I felt lucky enough just to knock on her door and show up for a cup of coffee. Her goodness will always be remembered she touched so many people. There is never a long enough time in your life when you’ve met someone like Sue, I will always remember her as a great friend, she will forever live in my heart. God reached his hand and took her home to be with her mom, dad and sister.RIP you beautiful soul.

Cheryl Cook

My heart is heavy.
I’ve known Sue for many years. We shared many laughs together. Always a pleasure spending time with her. What I would like to say to my friend Kim who was the one who introduced me to her mother is Thank you. Also I want to let you know that a mother’s love is always alive, she lives within you, every time you look in a mirror you will see her, when you talk you will hear her she will never be gone. Her warm loving caring nature will live forever in you my friend,
My prayers for you and your family in this time of saddens as you mourn the loss of one of the most beautiful lady that I had the pleasure of knowing.
My most deepest condolences. ❤️