Bryan, Texas, Vermont

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I remember Sue as kind and easy going. She was a great boss. We missed her when she left Bailey/Howe!

I remember Sue with great respect and gratitude. She was a fine role model and mentor in my early years UVM. My deepest sympathies for your loss.

Candace and Bob, thank you for helping me get to know Sue. I loved talking with her--never had to wonder what she *really* thought about something! A bright, articulate woman! Let me know when the service is and I'll try to make it down.

A truly great woman who turned me into a greater history buff with her stories. She would recommend books and I would read them. I will miss her as I know you will.

Candace and Bob, Our deepest condolences on your loss. Through you two, we developed much affection for Sue.

Thinking of you all, love Carolyn

Candace, my deepest sympathies on the loss of your sister. Our conversations in the swimming pool and over lunch are remembered with fondness. I know your pain as I lost my own sister in February. How I wish we could turn back time!


SUZANNE's Obituaries

SUZANNE MASSONNEAU - BRYAN, Texas - Suzanne Massonneau, 87, of Bryan, Texas, passed away on June 20, 2013. Born in New York City on Feb. 24, 1926, she spent her childhood years in Westchester and Albany, N.Y., and Fairfax County, Va. She received a BA degree from George Washington University in...

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