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October 30, 2013
Stew and I send our deepest sympathy. Such a talented lady, with such a great sense of humor. What a legacy she leaves.
Dolly and Stewart Walls
October 30, 2013
Please accept my deepest sympathies and prayers. Sue took me on as a 15 year old pianist for the Cider Mill Playhouse Production of the Boyfriend. Then we spent 20 years playing in pits and rehearsing shows together. She was the greatest mentor and influence on my professional career. Sue taught me, mentored me and gave me the confidence to accept any challenge. She was an amazing mentor, and exceptional musician and one of the most talented people I have ever worked with. One of my greatest joys was recording the original "cassette tape" of her show Antics. I still have the cassette tape...younger ones don't know what that is:)We played in the first years of Christmas Carol together, and I will treasure the memories of how many things can two musicians play at one time. I have been blessed by working with Sue, and will forever treasure the memory of such an amazing and talented woman. God Bless you Sue. Love, Rene'
October 30, 2013
I first met Sue in 1972 when I was in High School; Roberson Center had auditions for the musical The Golden Apple and I tried out for the chorus;
Luckily I later had four more opportunities to work with her; God bless you and yours; You were unique and brought happiness to many:
October 30, 2013
I had the privilege of covering for Sue last fall during her illness. I also worked with her as a student and later a fellow pit musician with her. She was the most wonderful and giving person to me. She afforded me more opportunities at the university than I could count. I love you Sue. May God hold you in the palm of His hand! Ti amo!!
October 30, 2013
A passionate educator and incredibly vibrant and can do personality. Had faith in my ability even when I didn't have it in myself. She was the musical director and conductor of the only 2 musicals I ever did and that was 30 years ago. Despite the distance of time I still remember her dedication, direction, coaching and coaxing to get a reluctant singer to perform in front of an audience. Binghamton has lost an institution

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