In Memoriam.ca - Always in our hearts

  • Mark TarBush lit a candle on 10/04/2009:
    "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"

  • Chloe Pinsonneault lit a candle on 11/05/2019:
    "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"

  • Richard Pinsonneault lit a candle on 09/19/2016:
    "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 "

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