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Susan Hill Wilder

Afton, Virginia

Jul 8, 1964 – Aug 15, 2016 (Age 52)


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Teague Funeral Home Obituary

Susan spent her childhood in Charlotte, N.C. and Wilmington, Del. She attended the Delaware County Christian School where she was captain and MVP of the Tennis Team. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from the University of Delaware in 1986. Her career in cardiac care nursing brought...

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Dear Ray, Jim, Scott and Stephen,

I have been wanting to write for a long time ever since I heard the news that Sue had a tumor and passed onto Jesus. I remember many bus rides back and forth to school doing homework or talking and laughing. I remember class trips and choir trips at DC. I remember lots of times hanging out with Ruth Darling and Amy Finley. I remember doing church activities together. One of my favorite things I remember about Sue was her laughter. She would sit and...

Wishing your family peace in your hearts.

So sorry Dr. Wilder. Your love for her and your family came out when ever we spoke about kids, college, and managing a busy home. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Suzanne McDermott

I am so sorry for your loss. I hope Jer. 29: 11,12 brings you comfort during this difficult time.

Bob, Mike and I are so sorry about your losing Susan. I hope you will have much family support to help you and your family heal. Thanks for helping us at UVA

Peggy and Mike Van Yahres, Charlottesville

Dear Bob, Lauren, Stephen, Ryan, and Caroline,

Our deepest and most sincere sympathy to each one of you in the devastating passing of your dear mother and wife. May God wrap you in His loving arms and carry you through this most difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Dr. Wilder,

I am so sad to hear about your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.

We are so sad about your loss. We know it just won't be the same any longer. Try to remember all the good times, and keep in mind how much Susan loved you all. You must know that what she wants most for you all is to be happy. It's hard to conceive of that just now, but give it some time. Realize she would want you all to continue to live full lives of happiness and love, and your doing just that would give her peace. God bless you all, and hold you during this tough time. Diane, Garrett,...