As a young girl Susie enjoyed many outdoor activities such as softball, water skiing, basketball, and skateboarding. Susie always found the fun in everything whether it meant raking leaves just to jump in them, or telling her famous corny jokes just to make you smile. She was very competitive when it came to sports especially softball where she excelled as the star player. Susie attended and graduated from Killeen High School.
Mrs. Plagens was a very hard worker and primarily provided for herself and husband. Most of the time she worked as a waitress. Her friendly nature and outgoing attitude allowed her to make many friends. Everyone who encountered Susie instantly fell in love with how caring and joyful she was. Susie always put others before herself. She loved helping people, buying many turkeys on thanksgiving so everyone in the neighborhood could come over to eat. She was a believer in God and loved to share the word of God to anyone she came across. Susie had many hobbies including sharing scriptures with people to lift their spirit. She also enjoyed reading, working, and cheering on the Boston Red Sox. Susie is deeply loved for she was a great friend, mother, wife, sister, and daughter and will truly be missed by everyone.
Mrs. Plagens is preceded in death by her father Kenneth Davis, and nephew Zach McCartt. She is survived by her mother Virginia Davis husband Steve Plagens her sons Cody Plagens and Jeffrey Plagens her sisters Karen Smith, Laura Simmons, Teri Williams, Kathy Lunsford her brothers Scott Smith and Mark Smith, also by many nieces and nephews.