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Of Bethesda, MD died on September 21, 2012. She was a Psychotherapist and Management Consultant, specializing in interpersonal therapy, addictions, organizational consultation and development. She maintained a private practice in Chevy Chase, MD. Her fist career began working for one of Ralph Nader's public interest organizations in the 80s. With a Masters in Education and Human Development from the George Washington University, Suzanne transitioned to working as an advocate for and educator of parents of handicap children and Senior Project Manager at Parents Campaign for Handicap Children and Youth/Closer Look. She pursued continuing education in a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the Fielding Institute and Washington School of Psychiatry. For 18 years, Suzanne was the Washington, DC Director of the Sheppard Pratt Employee Assistance Program. She had a lifelong interest in gardening, birding and traveling to see new species and world cultures. Suzanne was the daughter of the late Lawrence Samuel Reynolds and Virginia Franklin Reynolds of Cumberland, MD. She is survived by her sons, John B. Harmon, Jr. of Ruxton, MD and Geoffrey R. Harmon of Sammamish, WA; a daughter, Ann H. Lynch of Ellsworth, ME; two brothers, Larry Reynolds of Manassas, VA and Michael Reynolds of Isle of Palms, SC; a sister, Elizabeth McGuire of Manassas; and seven beloved grandchildren. Donations may be made to the Samaritan Ministries of Greater Washington or Audubon Naturalist Society in Chevy Chase, MD. Services were previously held.

Published in The Washington Post on Oct. 3, 2012