Suzanne R. EwingAugust 18, 1958 - July 25, 2022\n\nOn July 25, 2022, Suzanne Regina Ewing of Tucson passed away at the age of 63. Born August18, 1958, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, Suzanne moved to the West Coast with her family at age 13where she attended junior and senior high school in Chula Vista. Following graduation, Suzanneattended cosmetology school and began a career as a cosmetician, focusing on hair and nails. Notsatisfied with this profession, Suzanne decided to change course and enter a completely new field in thepredominantly male electrical industry. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Suzanne truly enjoyedher new profession and was considered a pioneer in the lighting industry by many of her peers.Suzanne's nearly 40-year span as an estimator and project manager afforded her the opportunity towork for multiple contractors and suppliers throughout the Pacific Northwest. Suzanne's rich careertook her from Southern California to Portland, Seattle, and finally Tucson where she hung up her penciland calculator in retirement.Suzanne was passionate about animals of all varieties but especially her rescue cats Lucy andCharlotte. She was an avid volunteer at the humane societies in every city she lived. Her hobbiesincluded gardening (especially orchids), fishing, antiquing, and painting pet portraits; but she reallyloved to cook and try out new recipes with friends and family members.Suzanne was predeceased by her father William Bingham Ewing and is survived by her fianceDavid Alsman; mother Rosetta Schemenauer; brothers David and Andrew (Kim); sister Barbara Bernier;nieces Missie, Chelle, and Natalie; and nephew William. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. onSaturday, August 13, 2022, at Vista de la Montana Methodist Church, 3001 E. Miravista Lane, Tucson,with a reception to follow immediately after. The family would like to express their gratitude toDr. Aaron Scott and his oncology team at the University of Arizona Cancer Center for their support andcompassion. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Suzanne's name to Vista de la MontanaMethodist Church or to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.