- 70 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 15, 1944
- Date of passing: Dec 1, 2014
|Let the memory of Susan be with us forever|
Celebration of Life
Date: Sunday January 11th, 2015
Place: Dogwood Pavilion - Mike Buttler Room
624 Poirier Street - Entrance off of Winslow Avenue
Dress: CASUAL!!! - It's what Sue would want
Parking: Best to park off of Winslow Ave across from Centennial Secondary School
Program: There will be a short presentation beginning at 2:15pm.
There will be a limited open mic for those close friends and family that would like to say a few words. If you would like to share a story or memory or would like to have something read at the celebration please limit yourself to 2 minutes and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make time for you to share.
"To the McDonald Family: My deepest sympathy is extended to you. Your Susan Elizabeth was a substitute teacher (I recall as a student in the late 1960s to early 1970s) who was stern as required but also showed an uncommon warmth and understanding unlike the older generation of school teachers."
"Dear Ken and Family
We were both saddened to hear of Sue's passing. We both stopped and reflected on our many remembrances of her. The last ten years have been such a struggle and we commend and praise her, you and your family's courage and endurance. All we can pray is that she is now at peace.
Our heartfelt thoughts are with you. Ron and Liz Bennett"
"Dear Uncle Ken, Bobby, Steve, Brenda and Gina - I am so sorry for your loss and have been sending prayers your way. I did not get the chance to get to know Sue but a few years back was out west on business and had the great pleasure of a good long call with Ken and breakfast with Bob. She obviously was a tremendous mother as her kids are great. I will say this - when ever i am complaining about something stupid and silly - I think about her and stop immediately. Love from Toronto - Deb"
"Ken and family: Our deepest condolences on the passing of your beautiful Sue! She was a wonderful person to all that knew her and had a most warm and caring heart! Her unfortunate accident left her with a will to endure for the sake of her beloved family. Know that you were all greatly loved and gave her the greatest joy in life! Blessed was I to have called her friend!"
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