Suzanne McLaughlin
In Memory of
Suzanne Diana McLaughlin
1961 - 2017
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Skinner & Middlebrook Ltd. Funeral Home
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Condolence From: KATHY KEELER
Condolence: Susie, I have known you since you were 13 and have never met a sweeter person. Always had kind words to say with a personality so effervescent! You will be truly missed.
Wednesday May 24, 2017
Condolence From: Luana Henderson
Condolence: Beautiful, free spirited Suzie Q. I have known Suzie since we were in our late teens. Hard to imagine life without her. She was a huge part of my life and of who I am. We kept each other's secrets and had so much fun along the way. Hey Sport! I love you!
Till we meet again,
Lu
Wednesday May 24, 2017
Condolence From: Suzie and Paul Best
Condolence: Suzie Q #2 will always be remembered in our hearts as a warm and generous lady, always giving and expecting nothing in return. Jonathon will miss the talks which were shared over the arts and the many famous painters. We have kept and treasured all of her thoughtful cards and will surely miss her quick wit and playful sense of humour - an irrecoverable loss to all! The horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight and you will shine Suzie in your new beginning.
Rest well my friend.

Love and Light- Paul, Suzie Q #1, Geston, Jonathon, Wendy and Trinity.
Tuesday May 23, 2017
Condolence From: Joyce and Ron Pritchard
Condolence: Beautiful words written by Norman Howard which are so true. Suzie was our neighbour for 30 years and even after we left Mississauga she never failed to send us cards for any occasion throughout the years - you name it, she just sent cards whenever she felt like it and we loved to receive them! We shall miss you, Suzie, and your cards with your thoughtful words. Rest peacefully dear friend.
Sunday May 21, 2017
Condolence From: Norman Howard
Condolence: The world has lost a beautiful person with a caring heart who rarely thought of herself, but was happiest giving joy and kindness to others. "Suzie Q" was quirky and madly positive, but always sincere. I wish Suzie was appreciated for her wonderful qualities more than she was through her difficult years. Her child like enthusiasm and compassionate spirit will surely be more in keeping with her journey in the next life. I will never forget her thoughtfulness and concern when things were difficult in my life. She gave so much, though she had so little. RIP my dear friend.
Friday May 19, 2017