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September 23, 2019

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September 12, 2019
Many condolences to the Sue's family and friends. Sue was a feisty woman with a heart of gold. She cared so much for her children. Andy, I know you were there for her day in and day out to make sure she was taken care of. She will certainly be missed. My heart is broken for all those that loved and cared about her.

With Love,
Jen Vancho
September 11, 2019
Steve ,Andy and family So very sorry for the loss
September 11, 2019
Friends since seventh grade, we shared more laughs, stories, and secrets than even I can remember. Sue was one of my favorite scrabble partners whose sharp eye pulled off some amazing wins or incredible comments on not winning. One couldn't have asked for a kinder or more thoughtful friend. She will be sorely missed.
September 10, 2019
I worked with Sue, she was very likeable, funny and good worker. Always willing to do more than she was required to do. Friend and co-worker Sue Morrow
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