Losing Suzy

Our Suzy lost her battle with cancer this afternoon. Thank you all for your messages of love and support for her, her family and her friends. She was so much larger than life and her legacy of love, courage, and brilliance will live on. Please use her page to share memories – we will post details about her memorial soon. We do expect it to be later this summer. Hug your loved ones. –Serena

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9 thoughts on “Losing Suzy”

  1. With her spirit and determination and her amazing smile, I always found comfort in my encounters with Suzy, no matter what she was dealing with in that moment. I’ve never been able to wrap my mind around the thought of her not being here. The legacy she leaves is remarkable: as a person, in the embodiment of Delphine and Paul, and through the love she’s given generously to Francois, family, friends, acquaintances, colleagues and fellow travelers in this life.

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  2. I first met Suzy and Francois at Samena swim and Recreation Club. It was an honor to learn her journey, work with Delphine one on one and with Paul for a bit on swim team.
    Next I was blessed to have her as my English Teacher, mentor and friend. We had very little time on this earth, but that time for me was very special. My love goes out to Francois, Delphine, Paul and the rest of the extended family. Until we meet again my friend.

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  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Francois, Delphine, and Paul. Know that Suzy has a special place in our hearts and always will.

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  4. My heart goes out to Francois, Delphine, and Paul. Suzy inspired and amazed me to the end, as did Francois. I am so sad for this loss and thankful we stayed connected all through these years.

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  5. I loved talking to Suzy! We had such great conversations. She was always fun and honest. Jacob is friends with Paul and enjoyed her too. She helped me through my cancer journey too. I will miss her. I’m sending blessings to Francois, Delphine and Paul.

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  6. I am so sorry to hear. I am grateful to have known Suzy as a colleague and fellow social justice advocate. Rest in peace. My sincerest condolences to Suzy’s family. We are better for having known her

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  7. I only met with Suzy a few times, but it was a privilege to have known her. She always had such a great attitude and was a true inspiration. My condolences to her family.

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