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  1. Susan; we are all better people for knowing you. An indelible mark on all our hearts. I will miss you terribly my friend. Love Maria

  2. My memories of Susan are many- and all full of fun , light and laughter. From ‘crashing’ various Hampton events to Santa Tracking on Xmas eve to attending Lauren’s Sweet 16, almost moving into the guest apt. downstairs, doing business together, referring business to each other, smoking cigarettes long after it wasn’t cool, not cutting our hair in defiance of age, and best of all, just being single moms together with our girls- I will always hold my memories close to my heart and be thankful I had Susan as a friend.

  3. Susan, my dear friend, thank you for your wonderful friendship over the years. I agree with Lucy and Maria — we are all better from knowing you. And, oh, the laughs we had! You have been, and always will be, in my thoughts. I love you and miss you.

  4. Lauren and Lesica Family:My deepest condolences.Though I never got to meet Susan in person, we got to know each other via business and though business we developed a great friendship. I hear her voice in my head as I write this.Susan was kind, generous and very knowledgeable. G-d Bless your family; Susan blessed all of us with her love and spirit.

  5. My deepest condolences to Lauren and Susan’s family. We had some great times in the past, our children spent time together, and there was always laughter. I don’t think I really saw her sad, she was a go getter, a career woman and well respected in her industry.We lost touch for a while and it saddens me but I’ll always remember her laughter because it was real. A real person!I’ll remember you in my prayers and now you are in the hands of God. Love you, Marisa

  6. Susan, My friend I will miss you forever. When I look at the lake I will think of you! Through meetup you gave so many people so many reasons to get out and enjoy life and everything it has to offer. A priceless gift! Love you! Mary

  7. My deepest sympathy to all the family and friends of Susan. She was a beautiful, vibrant woman who brought so much fun and happiness to her Meetup group. I am so sorry that I wasn’t able to spend more time around this wonderful lady. Susan and her family will continue to be in my prayers as we face the lose of this beautiful light.

  8. I am so sorry to hear of your passing. You had a smile and a laugh that just lit up a room. It’s a terrible loss to your family and friends. My deepest condolences to all.

  9. YOU WERE A VERY SPECIAL LADY AND GONE WAY TOO SOON.YOU WERE LOVED AND WILL BE MISSED BY SO MANY.YOUR LUST FOR LIFE WAS CONTAGIOUS. YOU WERE THE MOST WELL ROUNDED PERSON I KNOW, SMART, JOYFUL,LOVING, FORGIVING AND UNSELFISH.I AM GRATEFUL TO HAVE SHARED A PART OF YOUR LIFE AND TO BE YOUR FRIEND.YOUR HAPPINESS IS ALL THAT I WANTED FOR YOU FOR AS LONG AS POSSIBLE IN THE END. I AM GLAD THAT YOU ARE AT PEACE. YOU ARE SORELY MISSED.LOVE YOU.

  10. Susan was an enigma. She could enjoy life for what it was and had a deep hearty fulfilling laugh that I will never forget. I will truly miss your spirit Susan.I would also like to express my condolences for her family and friends.

  11. We send our sincere sympathy to Orville and Lauren. We care…and share in your loss.Don and Ardie Roehr

  12. My deepest condolences to Susan’s family and friends. I didn’t know Susan well, but the few times I met her I thought she was wonderful. She welcomed me into her home for a holiday and made me feel so comfortable. May she rest in peace in paradise.

  13. A beautiful Women that I am so Thankful for her friendship thru the years THAT we have spent together. I truly love you and always will.Your Friend ……………..Patrick

  14. In loving memory. I will miss Susan’s friendship, laughter, and warm hugs, but I with find comfort in know that I was truly blessed to have known her and know that she will live within my heart forever.To all of us friends and family too, I hope this poem I am sending is comforting in our time of sorrow. Do not stand at my grave and weep. I am not there; I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow. I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning’s hush I am the swift uplifting rush of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft star that shines at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry;I am not there; I did not die.

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