My sympathies for your loss. God will hear your cries for help and give you the comfort you need.
My condolences for the loss of Susanne. Keeping in mind the scriptural hope of everlasting life can help you during this difficult time at john 17:3. Sincerely; LaRae
Suzanne was in first grade with me, and second, third, maybe fourth, too. She was always nice and a good person. She was one of the most involved people in getting the Class of '69 back together for our 20th reunion, and helped keep it going in later years. I was able to spend some good time chatting with her at our last get together. Hard to believe she is gone. May she rest in peace and happiness. I remember that when we were in first grade, her mom safety pinned a handkerchief to the waistband of her dresses. They were very pretty, and matched her dresses. I was envious of her because I never even had a handkerchief, let alone one that matched my dress. Strange thing to remember, but it sticks out in my mind.
Oh, how we miss her frequent posts on Facebook. She was such a sweet, sweet person and kept us all up so on all the goings on in Willits. Sure wish she could have been attending this upcoming class reunion with all of us. You have been a pillar of strength and comfort to her Bob. <3 We admire you for all you have done and are doing now to honor her memory. Our condolences to all the family.
To Susanne's Family,
A truly heartfelt condolence! I was not privileged to know Susanne but it sounds like she was a person who touched the lives of many in a positive way. May you find comfort in knowing God heals the broken hearted ones and binds up their wounds. - Psalms
I will always remember the fun we had when you lived behind me on Pearl Street in Willits.
You left a big void in peoples lives,especially Bob and your children. We will all miss your facebook entries and your words of wisdom.
May you rest in peace. May the angels watch over you and God hold you in the palms of His hands forever.
God Bless you my friend.
Oh how I miss her on f/b!! I had the honor to be Sue's baby sitter when she was a little girl. Her family lived behind us on Tuttle Lane and I also had the privilege of having her on my team with Tupperware and then as a customer until about a year ago. I know where Sue is as we attended the same church also. Sue you are in the hands of our Lord Jesus Christ and you are now out of pain and not suffering anymore. I love you sweetie and will miss you. R.I.P. honey. If anyone in the family need someone to talk to, please call me. 916-434-1181. God be with all of you in this time of change. Love, Bonnie