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  • Alexandra Motts lit a candle on 01/12/2016:
    "Thinking of you today and many others. I miss our visits and laughter dear friend. May you be happy in heaven sweet lady. xo"

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on 10/04/2017:
    "I know you did not really go away, you walk with us every day. Your pain and suffering gone and replaced with eternal love, peace and joy. Thinking of you always"

  • Libby McKay lit a candle on 11/25/2018:
    "Thompson?McKay. I cannot tell you how many times over the years that I’ve thought, “Wait until I tell Sue this!” You are loved, remembered and cherished daily my friend. And missed more than you could know."

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  • Chloe Pinsonneault lit a candle on December 6th, 2019:
    "You left us 10 years ago and I finally got the guts to get something to remind me of you and to remind me to stay strong. 10 years I was thinking to myself, should I get a tattoo of something that was so painful to me !?! But my annual melancholy came back as usual like every holidays and, I thought it was time for me to finally do that semicolon for both of us. 10 years I've missed you so badly, understanding each year, as time goes by, the pain and suffering you were going through all that time. How naive I was as a child to not know what you were going through. I've finally grown up and understood why you left. I long asked myself why you did this, not thinking about the ones you loved and loved you back. I soon realized what you were feeling and how unbearable it was to live with this massive weight you carried upon your shoulders. Now it's my turn to fight this pain and I will do it for both of us. I know you wouldn't wanted me to ever give up. Now, I have something to look at every time I feel sad, reminding me how I care to people and how much I cared for you. I know you're still out there somewhere, looking up on me. I miss you so much every day. I wish you could have seen me grow up. You were the best auntie I could ever have. So this, is for you auntie Sue. I love you and I will continue my journey for both of us. "

  • Chloe Pinsonneault lit a candle on November 5th, 2019:
    "Finally found the courage to write out my thoughts about you. I miss you so much auntie Sue. I still have a photo of you and I in my room. I look at it every day. It's been 10 years since you've left us and I still haven't gotten over it. Why did you have to go ? I know your pain and suffering auntie. I to am dealing with a lot of it. But I know you're still around in spirit and in my heart and, I know you would of wanted me to keep my head up. I'm still fighting that pain not only for me but, for you too. I've changed so much since you've passed away. Lots of obstacles made me who I am today but I never gave up. I wish for the day I will be at peace with my passed and wish to do so for you. I miss you so much and I wish I could just hug you right now. I'll be getting a very important tattoo on Sunday. Something to remind me to never give up and is of great importance to me as it reminds me of you. I wish you were still with us. Christmas's have never been the same without you. I remember, I would be so anxious to see you each year and was looking forward to your arrival. I love you auntie Sue and I will never forget about you. xoxo"

  • Pat Thompson lit a candle on September 19th, 2019:
    "Ten years today. I've grieved your death every single day and found comfort in the love we shared. I vow to make the next ten about celebrating your life daily. I promise you, Susan, I will feed my gratitude for the gift of your artistic, beautiful and deeply caring spirit more than my grief."

  • Libby McKay lit a candle on November 25th, 2018:
    "Thompson?McKay. I cannot tell you how many times over the years that I’ve thought, “Wait until I tell Sue this!” You are loved, remembered and cherished daily my friend. And missed more than you could know."

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on September 21st, 2018:
    "Your pain and suffering gone and replaced with eternal love, peace and joy. Still think of you"

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on October 4th, 2017:
    "I know you did not really go away, you walk with us every day. Your pain and suffering gone and replaced with eternal love, peace and joy. Thinking of you always"

  • Judith Thompson lit a candle on April 30th, 2017:
    "Somehow today lead me here!? I think about you a lot, especially when I walk Lucy. I wish I could go back in time, but I can't. We miss you Susan, more than you'll even know...or maybe you do know? Things have changed a lot since you left and I try my best to not be sad; as there is so much good to remember. American Idol went off the air.... but we still have the Bachelor!!!! I love you Susan and you're always with us, so dont worry! It's all OK."

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on September 19th, 2016:
    "Perhaps they are not stars in the sky, but rather openings where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy. - Eskimo Legend "

  • Alexandra Motts lit a candle on January 12th, 2016:
    "Thinking of you today and many others. I miss our visits and laughter dear friend. May you be happy in heaven sweet lady. xo"

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on September 19th, 2015:
    "For death is no more than a turning of us over from time to eternity. - William Penn I believe you are feeling the joy and happiness always deserved. Love always"

  • Pat Thompson lit a candle on September 19th, 2015:
    "I love looking at these pictures of you, but I'll never forget your beautiful face. Missing you today and every day."

  • Pat Thompson lit a candle on September 19th, 2014:
    "“I don't believe that grief passes away. It has its time and place forever. More time is added to it; it becomes a story within a story. But grief and griever alike endure.” - Wendell Berry We're enduring, Susan, but we miss you and love you more than I can express."

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on September 19th, 2014:
    "There are no good-byes, where ever you'll be, you'll be in my heart. Ghandi I remember and hold dear the good and positive things of our life together"

  • Jo-Anne Cunningham lit a candle on February 25th, 2014:
    "Seeing your mom on a CTV anniversary show brought back so many memories of you, Sue. I see you in her smile and remember your warmth and kindness. All my love."

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on September 18th, 2013:
    "Those we love remain with us for love itself lives on, and cherished memories never fade because a loved one’s gone. Those we love can never be more that a thought apart. For as long there is a memory, they’ll live on in our hearts"

  • Pat Thompson lit a candle on May 30th, 2013:
    "We had cake yesterday to mark what would have been your 54th birthday. We miss you acutely and love you infinitely."

  • Shannon Laing lit a candle on August 25th, 2010:
    "There are no words. We\'re so saddened to learn of your passing. We can only imagine how much you are missed by Richard and your families. I\'ll always remember you fondly. We wish you peace, Susan...John and Shannon "

  • Alexandra Mots lit a candle on December 28th, 2009:
    "Each week I think of you Susan, since I heard the news. I can hear your cheerful voice. I can see your gorgeous smile. These are the days when regrets sneek in to my mind where I wish I had spent more time keeping in touch, writing you a note, planning a visit and sharing photo or a memory. There was always another day to do it. Until now. I write these words and know that you are still with us in spirit. Know that you are truly missed. Know that you are loved. Soar now, in peace and in joy and begin to love the Susan we all still do."

  • marjorie brown lit a candle on November 6th, 2009:
    "Although our paths intersected for only a brief time, I will always remember Susan's cheerful spirit and her love for her family. We should all be so blessed. My sincerest condolences to Richard, Pat, Judy and her extended family."

  • Susan Yee lit a candle on November 5th, 2009:
    "Thank you for all the happy times we shared and for being the amazing Auntie you were for my girls. We were all blessed to have had you in our lives."

  • Stuart, Beryl Morton lit a candle on November 1st, 2009:
    "Rest without any more pain Susan, Our thoughts are with you Richard, and all of Susans Family&Friends"

  • Judith Thompson lit a candle on October 14th, 2009:
    "I miss you"

  • Mark TarBush lit a candle on October 4th, 2009:
    "I cannot describe the feeling of reading the notice in KW Record and the Freeps this weekend. Susan is the second person within the year who I knew well who presented such a liively and fun personality who suffered from depression. I have fond memories of her and of get togethers with her - the ice cream socials - and with Betty and Ken and family members, albeit a few years ago now. Richard - my prayers with you and your family and friends / Mark"

  • Pat Thompson lit a candle on October 1st, 2009:
    "With gratitude for all the times that you held me in the light."

  • Wendy Sheppard lit a candle on October 1st, 2009:
    "The bright light that was your spirit will continue to burn with intensity, hope, and freedom. May all who see it bask in the glow of your eternal soul. "

  • Ida Yee lit a candle on October 1st, 2009:
    "To know you is to love you...You will always be in my thoughts... Susan, thank you for being my friend..."

  • Scott Ford lit a candle on October 1st, 2009:
    "Loved, missed and remembered ..."