Susan-Wisehart-Obituary

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Susan K. Wisehart

Morrisville, Vermont

Jun 3, 1950 – Sep 22, 2018

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Faith Funeral Home - Morrisville Obituary

Susan K. (Sue) Wisehart, 68, of Waterville, died Saturday, September 22nd, unexpectedly of natural causes while vacationing in France, with her loving husband, Howard Duchacek, and dear friends by her side.

 

She will be remembered for her selfless generosity, ability to know just...

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Howard, Tyler and Ali, Thinking of you today and remembering so many memories of Sue and what a wonderful friend and woman she always was. Her infectious laugh and sense of humor made me laugh until I cried on more than one occasion. I will miss those wonderful Christmas letters where she shared the news of all the family adventures from the previous year. Especially I recall what an incredibly big heart she had, the world was always a better place when Sue was around. Sending you love and...

Howard, Tyler and Allison,

Sue's boundless energy and caring always made a big impression on me, both professionnally and as your down the hill neighbor.
She is leaving big shoes to fill, big holes to heal and lots to be remembered by.
Our thoughts are with you all,

Michèle Gérin-Lajoie
Claire and Etienne
Waterville, Vt
Montréal, Qc

Howard, Tyler and Ali, The sound of Sues' laughter and the brilliance of her smile will forever remain in the hills of Waterville. We will think of her when we look across the valley during the green of spring, the colors of fall foliage and the bareness of the winter. Our thoughts are with you , Geoff and Lindsay

Howard, Tyler, and Allison,
Sue always had a wonderful smile, positive outlook on life, and pep in her step. It was a joy to work with her and hear the wonderful stories about all of you over the years. I hold all of you in my heart for gentle healing of all of yours.
Sending all of you love and light.
Paige Kelly

Howard,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I sit here thinking of Sue's smiles and warm caring ways. She was a leader who led by example and that example was to "give and support". What a sense of loss in her leaving.............
Peter Ingvoldstad

Howard,Tyler and Allison , I am deeply saddened to learn of Sue's passing.I always enjoyed stopping by every 2 weeks and being greeted with warm smiles and sharing stories of how our families were. In my 23 years with Schwans I met many wonderful people that I hold close in my heart. Our family sends our thoughts and prayers to you and all of Sue's family and friends. Mark

I will always remember how loving Sue was...that she was part of my sisterhood at a time when I felt family-less. I remember after giving birth to Chrissy, Sue came and fed me this huge meatloaf meal. As usual, Sue gave without wanting anything in return. It was wonderful being your neighbor all those years. I will be praying for you, Howard, and your family, Tyler and Allison. IBlessings during this impossible time...