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March 31, 2014
Dear Dr. & Mrs. Smith - I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter, Sue. I am equally sad to say we lost our daughter, Whitney, last year and still can't believe she is gone. I can certainly understand the pain you must feel as my pain feels as sharp as it did the day Whitney left us. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Take Care.
January 23, 2014
Mommer, Dadder, and Anne,

This January has been difficult. As my own birthday on the 19th approached and thinking over my own life, I felt a heavy heart until I began thinking over all the wonderful years we spent together at your home and at church and in front of the warm and inviting fireplace talking about God and Scriptures of God's Hope and Mercy and Grace. He has not changed, His Truth is still the Truth. His is still the Great and Powerful and Able God of the Universe. None of those precious days together was wasted, not a minute was not known ahead of time by God. In His Divine Mercy and Grace He will keep us all in His Loving Arms and our future is Good and Perfect although our hearts will ache. Fight off thoughts that bring you down by calling out to our Heavenly Father to Jesus and ask for the Holy Spirit and angels to comfort us too. But let us all turn our heavy hearts toward God and ask for His Grace to lift us up and give us His Joy even in our sorrows, and let us help someone else suffering with heart ache as we have felt it so deeply too. His Plan for our lives is Good and Perfect. NEVER GIVE UP. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH and Miss you!
Love,
Melissa
January 22, 2014
I can't believe its been three years now since you've left us. I think about you often.
January 22, 2014
Well, the email says your guest book will be closing soon. I am truly sad to see it end. I've read every entry and shed many tears, but it's helped me, and I'm sure others, process your passing. I hope it's brought some peace to your parents to read how you touched so many people with your beautiful life and spirit. Our 20 year Dallas Police Department anniversary is coming up and we will remember you and celebrate your life at the get together. Happy 20th anniversary, Sue!!! I miss you!!
January 20, 2014
I met Sue in the 4th grade at Dallas Christian Academy. I lost touch with her after that year, but have thought about her ever since. I was so sorry to read about her passing. She looks exactly the same. When I knew her she had long brown hair. She came to my house to spend the night one night, and my dad took us to play putt-putt at that place that used to be on Northwest Highway. Sue was a good friend. I'm sorry we weren't able to reconnect in later years. It sounds like she was a blessing to all who knew her. She was to me, even at that young age.
July 08, 2013
I just learned about the passing of Sue. Dr. Smith and Patt you are very special people to me. I am so sorry about the passing of your daughter. I hope everything is OK with you two. God Bless!
July 08, 2013
Dear Lee, Patt , and Anne,
I just found out today about Sue's passing and I am devastated to hear about her leaving this world! I was at Forestwood Antique Mall today and saw your booth and I went to the front to ask about Lee and Patt and all the family. When they told me about Sue I was so sad and devastated for you! I wish I had know sooner but I know you have all been grieving tremendously! I am so sorry as are my husband Larry and Suzanne and LarryJr. I feel like I knew Sue well even though we had only met once many years ago. I knew her thru you talking about her all the years I came to Dr. Smith's office for my appointments and with Suzanne and LarryJr. I know how close your family has always been and I remember when Sue was born. Dr. Smith and Patt, I love you both as do my children Suzanne and Larry Jr. It is so hard to know what to say except I am so sorry about Sue and I love all of you! We are praying for all of you as you continue to go thru this tremendous loss! May God wrap his arms around you and watch over you! If I can do anything for you please let me know. Much love to each of you! You are so special to me and my family!!
Kathy Moore Dwight
February 16, 2013
The Smith family personifies grace, strength and a Christ-centered faith. Sweet Sue was short in stature but mighty in passion and talents. She was such a fun, kind-spirited and resolute young lady. How I respect her work with the police department! Sue's sacrificial service to others is no surprise to those who knew her and the beautiful legacy set by her mother and father. I admire and love the Smith family. Dr. Smith was my orthodontist and Roy, Anne and Sue wonderful tennis comrades. Sue is in the tender Arms of Jesus with her brother Roy. Oh, what a wonderful thought! May the love, peace, hope, and joy of our beloved Savior bring comfort to Dr. and Mrs. Smith and Anne, Indeed, as stated from yesterday's Memoriam piece in the paper, Sue was God's special and precious Valentine gift to all who knew and loved her. To God be the glory! Cindy Brinker Simmons
February 16, 2013
The Smith family personifies grace, strength and a Christ-centered faith. Sweet Sue was short in stature but mighty in passion and talents. She was such a fun, kind-spirited and resolute young lady. How I respect her work with the police department! Sue's sacrificial service to others is no surprise to those who knew her and the beautiful legacy set by her mother and father. I admire and love the Smith family. Dr. Smith was my orthodontist and Roy, Anne and Sue wonderful tennis comrades. Sue is in the tender Arms of Jesus with her brother Roy. May the love, peace, hope, and joy of our beloved Savior bring comfort to Dr. and Mrs. Smith and Anne, Indeed, as stated from yesterday's Memoriam piece in the paper, Sue was God's special and precious Valentine gift to all who knew and loved her. To God be the glory! Cindy Brinker Simmons
February 16, 2013
I just learned of Sue's unfortunate passing. I met Sue back in 1982 through a mutual friend. Sue, Amy and I convoyed to Lubbock together in my first year at Texas Tech. Sue and I became fast friends and remained so for years. We had lost touch over the years but she was always in my heart; and will remain so forever. I send my sincerest condolences to Dr. and Mrs. Smith and family at the lost of such a special daughter, sister and friend. May God bless you and keep you.
Sincerely,
Mark Manley

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