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July 18, 2018

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July 18, 2018

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September 21, 2017
I remember Sue Ann from school days as well. When I checked the obituaries, her picture popped right out at me. And, of course, condolences to her friends and family as she must leave behind a large spot that can never truly be filled. So many of our classmates have left us, and as we age, many more will do so, until we join them as well. Life really is so very brief. Sue Ann made hers a life well lived.
September 18, 2017
Dear Lorraine and family,
I had no idea Sue Ann had passed. She was a real sweet gal and knew her through Frederick High School connections. We lose track of classmates as we age, but I certainly recognized that pretty face as I viewed the paper today.
Sue Ann certainly had a full life and achieved so much during her time on earth. Everyone should be very proud.
I send my deepest sympathy.
Treva Siedling
September 17, 2017
I remember Sue Ann well. I never knew her first name was Brenda. We rode the same school bus from elementary school to high school years. She was a year ahead of me in school. Even then, she was her own person. Her mother, Freda, was everyone's hairdresser way back then, and on occasion, Sue Ann could be spotted about their home. It made me sad to see she had passed on, and wasn't surprised to read about her impressive accomplishments and lives she touched throughout her life. My deepest sympathy to her mother, Freda, and sister Lorraine, her husband, children and grandchildren. God bless.
September 16, 2017
May your heavenly Father sustain you at this time of such great loss.