I am so grateful that I got to meet this phenomenal woman who displayed every quality you would want in a friend and mother. I knew she had to be amazing cause I am friends with her daughter, Lindsay, who probably best represents who her mother was. Kind and thoughtful on every level, Suzan was every bit the superwoman Lindsay talked about everyday.
She was amazing with an extraordinary way of making things look like “it’s not a big deal”. She was very sweet to me and treated me in a way that always left me warm and fuzzy inside. While my heart breaks terribly for her family and friends, I am truly grateful that I got to meet her and spend some time with her before she graces heaven with her presence.
Thank you Lindsay for my getting to meet your mother. I’m truly blessed to have had those opportunities to meet with her, to share stories, to show my support for the Bills, to laugh and to inspire me to just be awesome. You will be missed Suzan and forever be in our hearts. May the eyes of heaven watch over you as you make your way home.
I can't believe God has taken you so soon. I guess he needed your leadership in heaven. We had many years together my old friend, and with a saddened heart I will be unable to make your memorial service today. But I will always remember the good times and fun we had all those years. Will miss that smiling face of yours. I pray for peace, love and light to surround the family left behind. Until you all meet again. Be at peace my friend, love you, and thank you for being in my life.
Love and peace,
(Me and you and a dog named Boo) xxxxx
Don and family, I worked with Marie for many years. My husband and I met you and Marie at Dollywood several times. When my Christmas card came back I searched on line and found her obituary. I will always cherish her friendship and I will miss her very much. I know she had a strong faith and I'm sure she will be in Heaven with our Lord Our prayers are with you. Lydia And Carleton Crispell.
Dear Candy and Jo Ann,
I am so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. I know what a difficult time this is
for you and your families. Remember all the good times and the wonderful
person that your Mom was and it should make it a bit easier. The women of
this generation were amazing. They all loved their families, worked hard for
what they had and were strong when dealing with life’s experiences.
I know you will miss her a lot but she is still looking over you and always
remember she is with you. Again sorry for your loss.
To the children of Jean and Leslie Crine,
My husband and I would like to send our condolences to Jean’s family. We became friends with Jean and Leslie upon meeting them, week after week, at High Point State Park. Steve and I love talking to them and appreciated their love and dedication to the park. Their knowledge of the park birds and their year-after-year journaling was very impressive. We talked about their memories of bringing, you-their children, to the park as youngsters, their “special” spots, about their visits to meet you all in and around the U.S., railroading, the love of our dogs, and about our second home in Delaware County, NY. Later I met with Jean after Leslie went to rehab. and later upon his passing. Needless to say your parents will always have a special place in our hearts and memories. Perhaps you are aware of this, there are still some of their painted, green and orange cooking pans still hanging on the trees at High Point with location names and mileages, they too remind us of the many pleasant conversations shared. May Jean rest in peace and the Crine's birds sing the names of Jean and Leslie in the woodlands of High Point forever more.
Chris and Steve Reiser
Pauline, Angelo - ... Elizabeth was one of the sweetest people I have ever met and I was in awe of her will power, her determination and her resolve to be independent .... She will be missed by so many. My sincere condolences to all of the family
To Don Anglin:
We were very sorry to hear of Marie’s passing. We remember golfing with you and Marie both at Eddy Farm and Hidden Acres Golf Course. The four of us used to play a scramble format together—fond memories of that! We’re sorry that we couldn’t attend either the viewing or the mass, but we want to extend our sympathies to you and your family.
Jim and Karen Colaiaco
I knew ray when he was a CB'er he used to have me make antenna's for him and work on his radios then he got his ham ticket and i was making him some more antenna's i even had the privilege to work with you at C&D power systems when i was working there also and my dad paul gawenus also worked with ray at whicham products, Me and My family all knew ray for many years along with rays family Ronald Eyth Denise A Kaufman-Eyth Etc He will surely be missed by many family friends and the radio world his touch was around this world as he enjoyed his radio that is for sure R.I.P. my friend give the heaven something to listen to till we meet again and condolences to everyone.
To the family of Helen Crockett, I am sadden to read of the loss of your dear Helen. Helen befriended me during my tenure as Postmaster Otisville. She was such a delightful and welcoming person. I enjoyed our chats. I visited her on occasion as she shared her Mary Kay products. I was aware she was a nurse but did not know of her other accomplishments. She has represented your family well and left a great legacy. May you be comforted by seeds of warmth and love she planted in those who were fortunate enough to have met her and experienced her smile. Peace be with you. Janet Summerville-Daniel ~Namaste~ joyful janet 🙏