In Memoriam.ca - Always in our hearts

  • 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."

  • Alexandra Mots lit a candle on 12/28/2009:
    "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."

  • Stuart, Beryl Morton lit a candle on 11/01/2009:
    "Rest without any more pain Susan, Our thoughts are with you Richard, and all of Susans Family&Friends"

Timeline

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  • 1964

    Began school at Westmount P.S. in Kitchener (January 1st, 1964)

  • 1967

    Moved to Peterborough; attended Armour Heights P.S. and King George P.S. (January 1st, 1967)

  • 1971

    Returned to Kitchener; attended Margaret Avenue P.S. (January 1st, 1971)

  • 1978

    Graduated high school as an Ontario Scholar; admitted to the University of Western Ontario and lived at the Saugeen-Maitland Co-Ed Residence on campus (January 1st, 1978)

  • 1982

    Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science; lived and worked for a short time in Toronto before moving back to Kitchener (January 1st, 1982)

  • 1991

    Married Richard Pinsonneault (January 1st, 1991)

  • 1994

    Mother Betty Thompson Bauman died after a four-year battle with cancer (January 1st, 1994)

  • 1999

    Moved to London (January 1st, 1999)