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September 18, 2018
"shocked beyond words to hear of Sue's tragic death....there are no words Tony..some great memories of the old Waitakere Village times...fly with the Angels Sue" xx
September 17, 2018
Sue,what a dreadful shock we all got on hearing the sad news you had tragically passed away in that dreadful crash last Monday.My late husband Ossie and I were privileged to be counted amongst your numerous friends and neighbours across the valley where we could see your horses and sheep in their paddocks.Ossie and Tony shared a love of old cars and tractors and both our men had sheds full of men's toys,whenever you were overseas another barn would pop up to keep the toys undercover whereas Ossie would build yet another shed!Over the last few years Xmas parties were held at neighbours properties Yours and Tony's being the last for 2017 what fun we had with the quizzes and dressing up willing victimsin crepe paper balloons baubles as Xmas trees and choosing a winner.Who can forget you being able to blow the bugle and have an answering call form Jane and Sue across the valley your neighbours.We will miss you so much dear Sue you leave a huge gap which no one else will ever fill.Sincere condolences Tony Jeremy and Vicky..I am so so sorry for your loss of a wonderful wife,Mum and friend to many..Anna Maitland ex Waitakere resident
September 16, 2018
My condolences to Tony, Vicky and Jeremy.

To my beautiful friend and colleague Sue Kloet.

I was absolutely devastated when I received the news of your tragic passing and I am so sorry that I can't be there to say goodbye to you.
I was looking forward to seeing you during my visit in October, our usual catch up when I'm back for Anita's pro am. Sadly that is not to be.


You came as the new head teacher at Taupaki in 2005 and I was asked to stay on for a few weeks to help you to settle in to the Auckland Kindergarten Association, I had previously met you when you were working for the Crippled Children Association and I was at Edmonton kindergarten. I thought then what an amazing teacher you were and I was not wrong.
You came and you stayed giving Taupaki a wonderful reputation as a great kindergarten to send your child to.
Your love of animals shined through, giving children the experience of feeding abandoned lambs, even though we had to put pull-ups on them so they were user friendly, ducks, ponies and pet days.
Your artistic talent gave the children a chance to develop theirs as well as mine, and the children loved your mat times with all your wonderful resources.
Not to mention our dress up days you as Wonder Woman and Jeremy as Superman!
At times it was difficult with the demands of the AKA and numerous relievers and staff changes, with Kimberly,Julie, Georgina, the late Adam Buckley , Neha, Anne and Vicky, but Sue took it all in her stride,
We often joked about the time we got told off for not walking around Taupaki doing a pamphlet drop in our down time which was not possible out there!

Our relationship grew and we had lots of laughs and sad times and late night phone conversations.
Then Sue supported me through my late daughters terminal illness for which I'm truly grateful.
Tony was also dedicated to Taupaki helping in many ways especially when there was a gala or a children's concert, a very respected member of Taupaki kindy.

I recall one parent saying that we were partners in crime and I still take that as a compliment.
Sue, thank you for being a wonderful colleague and a true friend.
Love Judy.

Rest In Peace, until we meet again,

Judy Boon
September 15, 2018
So devastated by the news. Sue was one in a million and I can still hear her laugh. I loved working for, with and alongside her, as well as her friendship. Our thoughts are with all of the family.
Chris, Scott and Layne