My heart breaks as I have just learned of Sue's passing. Sue and I were best friends from 5th grade through high school. Her family was my 2nd family- I spent so many sleep overs and hours upon hours with Sue & Deb Tuttle. Sue had such an amazing heart and was our conselor about all our "boy problems." Sue was loved by all and was always so kind and fun to be with. My prayers go out to Phyllis, Bonnie, Danny and Sue's husband and daughters. Sue will forever live in my heart & I look forward to seeing her again in heaven.
Sue is part of my spirit and soul forever. She had such a strong will to live and fought her battles with strength and dignity. Her love, kindness, and generosity will be an inspiration throughtout my life. I am grateful to call her my dear friend and proud to have taught with her and Paul at CHMS. Love to Paul, Gretchen, and Gabe as you all share her love and joy with those who love her now and forever.
Paul, Gretch and Gabe,
It is obvious from the messages that Sue was held in high regard by many. This should help to ease the loss you have shared. I remember her as having a smile whenever we met. I did not know her as long as some, since we only met at CHMS, but I did value and enjoy her friendship. I have fond memories of sewing for the family. My thoughts are with you. Love, Lorraine Bentley
I echo the sentiments of my friends Nancy and Barb! We were eighth graders when we had Ms. Fyfe for English. She was so cool she would let us sit on the carpet while we read (anything to instill a love for reading!). We tried to take credit for playing matchmaker with Mr. Allidi but we soon learned he was not only good at Algebra and teaching but also at spotting a remarkable woman when he saw one! Mrs. Allidi was so kind and truly interested in each person. My deepest sympathies to Mr. Allidi, Gabe and Gretchen. You are in my prayers. Until we meet again...!