Born to Wayne Lane and Maxie Draughon McCoy in Hominy, OK.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts with a triple major in mathematics, psychology and sociology from the University of Oklahoma.
Earns a Master of Social Work with honors from Washington University in St. Louis, MO.
Earns a Doctor of Jurisprudence with honors from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, TX and becomes licensed to practice law in Texas.
Is an assistant professor and Director of Placement and Alumni Relations at St. Mary’s University School of Law through 1979.
Is an author and contributor to numerous publications and a presenter, co-presenter, lecturer and panelist in family law through 2021.
Serves on the Board of Directors of the Bexar County Mental Health-Mental Retardation Center (now Center for Health Care Services) until 1987.
Is an attorney at the Law Office of Sue M. Hall and continues in the role.
Earns certification in Family Law through the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, which continues to date.
Serves on the City of San Antonio Fine Arts Commission until 1985.
Receives the Belvah Lockwood Outstanding Lawyer Award from the Bexar County Women’s Bar Association.
Serves the San Antonio Bar Association as the first woman treasurer, secretary and vice president until 1990.
Serves on the Board of Directors of the San Antonio Federal Credit Union (now Credit Human) until 1996.
Becomes the first woman to be president of the San Antonio Bar Association, serving until 1991.
Serves on the Board of Directors of the State Bar of Texas through 1994.
Becomes a member of the Congregation of Divine Providence Investment Advisory Committee to present.
Receives the Joe Frasier Brown Sr. Award of Excellence from the San Antonio Bar Association.
Holds membership with the San Antonio Bar Association, Bar Foundation and Family Lawyers Association & the Bexar County Women’s Bar Association.
Holds membership with the State Bar of Texas, Texas Acad. of Family Law Specialists, Texas Bar Foundation, Am. Bar Association & Am. Acad. of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Continues to enjoy reading, traveling and spending time with her family, including six grandchildren.