My condolences to you and your family. I will keep you in my prayers....
It will be the little things
that you will remember,
the quiet moments,
the smiles, the laughter.
And although it may seem
hard right now,
it will be the memories
of these little things
that help to push
away the pain
and bring the smiles
Please accept my condolences for your loss. One can never be prepared for
the empty void that's left when a loved one dies. Our Creator promises to give us the strength needed during difficult times. May you draw comfort from God through prayer and the love of Family and Friends. Psalms 55:22
We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. We're sending you a hug from afar.
Losing someone is never easy, as the days, weeks and months go by; remember them with memories and love. Some of those times will be very difficult, but you know God is always there with love, comfort and strength to help us through it. At Matthew 6:10 “Let your kingdom come. Let your will take place, as in heaven, also upon the earth.” In that Kingdom, no sickness, no death, no poverty, just a beautiful earth with righteous people. Read the Bible for comfort and hope.
Dear Mohr Family,
I am so sorry for the loss of Suzanne Mohr and for the loss of the baby. My thoughts are with your family at this sad time in your life.
Danny and Eileen, our thoughts and
prayers are with you.What a beautiful
girl. Love Claire and Peter.
I am sending my deepest condolences to all of Suzanne's friends and family. I had never met Suzanne, but I had heard about her battle with cancer and passing through mutual friends (Mark Billish and Steven King). The husband of Suzanne is a dear friend to Mark and Steve, and the fact that this tragedy has happened affects more people than one can imagine! Times are tough as it is, and Suzanne's passing is sure to bring only more sorrow and grief to all of us!!! RIP SUZANNE!!!!!
Susie had a presence...joyful. When she laughed, you laughed. She is remembered by so many from TWC. My heartfelt prayers for her family and friends who loved her so.
We are so sorry Shane, we just heard, we will be thinking of you. May God be with you during this time.
Suzie's infectious laugh and warm presence will be missed. She was easy to get to know, and always interested in everyone else's stories and updates. I'll miss knowing that I can run into Suzie any given day, usually somewhere in the Highlands, usually with mutual friends. She was always fun to be around and had a positive, warm spirit. That spirit will live on within all of us that knew her. Love, strength and prayers to you, Shane, and to both your families.
It was a true pleasure working with Susie when she was at The Weather Channel. My prayers go out to her family during this difficult time.
With all my love and prayers to Susie's family
It seems like we were just chatting and laughing at JM's birthday party - Susie had a presence, a laugh, that just made every wedding, party, so much fun. Words just cannot express the shock and grief... we are all hugging our loved ones a little tighter in her memory. Our hearts and prayers go out to Shane and everyone else in the family.
My heart hurts for you, Shane. Although, I was never to meet your beautiful wife, your endearing words reveal her wonderful spirit. I wish I had the perfect scripture to quote or a great lesson to help guide you through this time of grief. Though I am at a loss for these words, I do offer my prayers, for you and Susie's family. May the Lord be with you all.
I have not seen Susie in 20 years but she had such an amazing presence and energy I will never forget her. I am saddened to learn of her passing. My heart goes out to all of her family and lived ones.
I had the pleasure of meeting Suzie. She brightened up the room when she entered it. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and loved ones.
Betsy Burgess(Atl, Ga.)
A poem from me to Shane and Susie
Loss it seems is the worst kind of sorrow
Loss of a dream
Loss of a person
But what of the loss of opportunity
Opportunity for a dream
Opportunity for time with a person
Can not having the chance of loss
Be worse than loss itself
An aching sense that if only you'd had the chance
You would at least have memories
Would it matter as long as you could remember
Loss it seems is the worse kind of sorrow
But worse still is the loss of opportunity
I am so sorry to read of the death of Suzanne. Coping with the death of a loved one is difficult. May the comforting words of our Heavenly Father give you peace (Psalm 72:12,13)
Shane, our thoughts and prayers are with you.We are so sorry for your loss.
Randy & Johna Clark
I am sorry to say I never had the pleasure to meet Susie. But I am sure she was a wonderful person. My prayers are with your family in this time of sorrow. May the Lord Jesus lighten your burden of this pain of loss.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Susie left too soon and I had wished to see her one last time. It had been 20 years (GHS) since we saw each other but thanks to FB we got in touch again.
All my memories of Susie are of her smiling radiantly and always happy and very friendly to everyone. We had so much fun and that makes me smile.
Shane, Mr. and Mrs. Riordan & Family, My prayers go out to you everyday.
I am so sorry about your loss.
With sincere condolences to the Mohr family during your time of grief...Psalm 46:1...God is for us a refuge and strength, A help that is readily to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.
I knew Susie in high school and am just saddened to hear of her passing.
God Bless & Godspeed SRM
Susie and I were friends back in our Greenwich High School days. She was 2 years behind me, but her personality was such that she was able to transcend every social barrier and befriend everyone from each grade! I am glad I had the time to reconnect wth her over the years and I am so saddened by the sudden news. My prayers go out to her whole family.
Your light shines brightly for eternity, Susie.
My deepest sympathies to your family.
Both families are in our thoughts and prayers.
Dana Fowle and David Powell
Susie left us all way too soon. I was so happy when she became a part of our family and I saw that she made my nephew, Shane so happy. I had looked forward to spending so much more time with her. My prayers are with all of her family and friends.
My deepest condolences to Shane and the family. I never had the privilege of meeting Susie but she sounds like a true treasure. My God's peace rest on the family. My prayer is that they could somehow feel just a little of the peace that Susie feels now with her Lord.
My condolences to the Mohr family. May you find comfort in Gods word.(2Tim.3:16,17).
Now you truly dance and melt into the sun. I wish you soul and family peace.
Susie, you will be foever loved and missed.