This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Susan Hopper, 46 years old, born on April 20, 1965, and passed away on May 28, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on May 28, 2017
Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on April 20, 2016
happy birthday hun xxx
Posted by Beth Galloway-bell on March 1, 2015
May you R.I.P. Prayers to your family God Bless you and be with you through time
Posted by calvin horne on March 31, 2014
I was just sitting here at home watching World Wildest Police Videos on spike tv and they showed the episode of Susan Hopper and the incident that accrued and I google her and saw the youtube of her funeral and I was amazed of how many officer from all over the world attended her service!!! I live in NYC and I can't wait to join the police force one day!!! RIP SUSAN HOPPER
Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on May 28, 2013
Well another year has passed since you have been gone. But not a day goes past were I do not think about you. I miss you with all my heart buy thank you for all the memories. Love you sue xxxx
Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on May 28, 2012
1 year on and it still feels like you are here. thinking of all the good times we had. miss u loads xxx
Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on October 2, 2011
just thought id say hi hun been thinking bout you a lot over past couple of days. hope you are behaving yourself xxxxxxxxxxx
Posted by stacey tannahill on June 5, 2011
just startin to believe im never gonna c u again thats hard im glad i was there for u thru the tough times of your illness have to be happy u have no more pain love u always never forgotton x x
Posted by Holly Watts on June 1, 2011
i'll never forget that time when i came back from shopping and told you about how i tripped that lady up by accident & you thought it was hilarious! sorry you were taken from us so soon, will be thinking of you friday. xxx
Posted by mark Knott on May 30, 2011
Having a sister is a journey
Throughout life is does not end
But you were more than my sister
I was proud to call you my friend
Posted by linda knott on May 30, 2011
Can you remember when mam dad and me went on holiday and my budgie died and you tried to bring it back to life you thought it was a good idea to put him in the oven and he would be ok don't think so susan haha x x love you loads and miss you already
Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on May 30, 2011
we had a lot of good times and a lot of laughs. We used to sit up all night in Leeds and talk about every thing and anything. You were always on the end of the phone if i needed you. Cant believe you have gone. I love you with all my heart and always
Posted by Tasha Hopper on May 30, 2011
Can't believe ur gone u were the best mam anyone could ask for n a miss you loads alredy.who am a gunna ring wif me stupid questions now?least ur outta pain n chilln wif th angels now :) love you so much can't wait to see you again 1 day love natasha

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Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on May 28, 2017
Posted by Gemma Scantlebury on April 20, 2016
happy birthday hun xxx
Posted by Beth Galloway-bell on March 1, 2015
May you R.I.P. Prayers to your family God Bless you and be with you through time
Recent stories

Growing Up

Shared by Angela Linney on September 5, 2011

I remember too many stories to even start reciting them. I just remember we were the terrible twins. We were allways in trouble with your Mam and Dad or mine. Staying out late, not being where we should be too funny. I have photos of us at Beadnell beach when you came to the caravan at Seahouses with us all at the weekends. Even then we somehow got in to trouble. Not really that bad now when you look back, most of it quite funny. Linda, I choked laughing when I saw you posted the story about the budgie in the oven, I remember it like it was yesterday, that danged bird.

I still cant believe you are gone, be at peace Susan. Love you

Angela xxxxxxxxxx

sue's 40th

Shared by Gemma Scantlebury on June 8, 2011

This was in Buffalo Joe's at the end of the night so supprised we are all standing. We went in to Sam Jacks and when the heard it was Sue's birthday they put her in the dentists chair and got some nasty cheap shots out but she was having none of the cheap stuff. So she kicked up a bit of a fuss untill the manager give in and let her have the apple sourz. She allways got what she wanted

Our Susan

Shared by mark Knott on June 6, 2011


When Linda and Susan were little, Linda would nip her and Susan would always be the one who got wrong, after Linda screamed the loudest. “Things never really change do they”.
Linda remembers coming home from her uncle’s house with Susan and they were messing with the car door, Linda fell out and rolled on to the road. Guess Susan got her own back after all
Mark remember's arguing with Susan and she kicked me in the nose and I bled all over my new white jeans so I ripped them off and stomped off home to the Nelson in a pair of dock Martins and a towel “God I loved those Dock Martins”.