Dear Tintera Family, I was fortunate to work with Susan to purchase a home and with George Sr., John and Max at the Tintera Agency. My deepest sympathy at the loss of your Mother.
It was my pleasure to babysit two or three times at the Tintera household, and I always admired the warmth of Mrs. Tintera. I also remember enjoying her chili, and how much her children enjoyed it, too.
- Laura Wilson (Laurie Rich)
Susan will truly be missed.
John and George, I was very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I really enjoyed our time during the summers of our young years swimming on the team at Rivi. And, I know my mom enjoyed getting to know your mother as well during our long weekend swim meets. I thinking of you and your family.
Memories from John Strange & Broad Ripple. She was sweet & funny!
Joby Foxworthy O'Keefe
Susan was the personification of the warm, welcoming Hoosier hostess! She truly enjoyed entertaining us and had a gift for remembering bits of biography to keep conversations at her table as pleasant as her menus. My condolences to her sons, whom I remember as "the boys".
Nancy - I'm so sorry to hear of Susan's death. May memories and the love of family and friends give you strength during the days ahead. Love, Becki and Kim Heusel
Susan will be missed as we have our next reunion this fall. Lots of memories of our years at Ripple. Dotty
Susan and I were best friends through John Strange and Broad Ripple years. Sending good thoughts and sympathy to her family.