Condolence & Memory Journal

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Bob just learned of Sue's passing. You know Sue is at her eternal home. Sue was an incredible teacher, one who genuinely cared and could see the good in all of us. Her laugh was infectious and her character was of good stock. Such a loss of goodness. May God continue to hold you and Sue's love ones in His loving arms and heal your broken hearts.

Posted by Jim & Lynda Payette - Bethlehem, NH - Friend   February 03, 2021

We are so sorry to hear of Sue's passing. We have so many memories of her smile,& sense of humor.

Posted by Bill & Jackie Taxter - Lyman, NH - Friend   February 01, 2021

Sue was a fellow thespian, choir member, and friend. I'm so very sorry to know of her struggles and her passing. I wish comfort to her family and many friends.

Posted by Marti Faulkner - Dalton, NH - Friend   January 28, 2021

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. I am glad I was able to know Sue. She was a gentle soul. I will miss her.

Posted by April - Friend   January 26, 2021

Though I didn't know her well, I was very fond of Sue. She was a 'can do' person and brought light, humor and spirit to whatever she did. She is missed. My heartfelt condolences to you all as you grieve this very special woman.

Posted by Trish O'Brien - Easton, NH - Acquaintance   January 25, 2021

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Bob
So very sorry for your loss we know how happy the two of you were and are thankful you had the time you had together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Dana & Monica Eastman - Lunenburg, VT - Family Friend   January 25, 2021

Your mom was a fabulous lady. She lived her family more than anything. Healing thoughts are with you all

Posted by Pam Powers - Sugar Hill, NH - Acquaintance   January 24, 2021

I am so sorry to read this sad news. We spent many days performing with McLure's Student Band in our junior high and high school years. Sue played flute and was one of our baton majorettes. Fun times rehearsing, marching and performing drills at parades in New England,Washington Cherry Blossom Festival, the NY World's Fair and Montreal World's Fair to name a few. Many memories to cherish. So sorry Alzheimer's took this wonderful person from all of you. Linda Fitch Young, Concord NH

Posted by Linda Young - Concord, NH - Friend   January 24, 2021

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Sue was a very special person! Her dedication to her family and career was undeniable. Sue's humor, love of fun and playfulness were just some of the traits we as her colleagues had the pleasure of enjoying! Her laughter filled the halls, and was very contagious! Sue will certainly be missed up here in the North Country but many of us will be carrying her in our hearts. Thinking of all of you with so much love. Carol Haywood (Bethlehem Elementary coworker and friend)

Posted by Carol Haywood - Bethlehem, NH - Friend   January 23, 2021

Sue was always with a smile and very outgoing. She will be missed but we will see her in Heaven someday.

Posted by Sandy Harvill - Gulfport, MS - Acquaintance   January 23, 2021

Sue was such a lovely person, sweet, kind, loving, caring, compassionate and a faithful follower of Jesus. Her smile lit up a room and her warmth always made you feel loved. I have missed Sue for sometime now but knowing I will see her again one day is comforting. Praying for God's unending peace and comfort to surround Bob, Betsy, Lori and all those who loved her as they grieve.

Posted by Cindy Blake - Gilmanton IW, NH - Friend   January 23, 2021

We miss you Sue but we all know we'll see you again someday. So glad Bob brought you into our lives. Choo Choo Charlie misses too.

Posted by Jane Gove - NH - Friend   January 23, 2021

Bob keep the memories close to you so sorry for your loss

Posted by Doug Rasp - Sanbornton, NH - Friend   January 23, 2021

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Sue will be missed dearly. I loved working with her at Bethlehem Elementary School. She was a great teacher and a wonderful person. Rest in peace, Sue.

Posted by Elke Carr - Campton, NH - Coworker   January 23, 2021

We will miss Sue. Bob proposed to her in our living room. She was the love of his life. She instantly became one of the Kilbys with her joyful and mischievous fun. She was a beautiful friend.

Posted by Alice Armstrong - So Burlington, VT - Family   January 23, 2021

Sue was always so nice and welcoming when I was over at the house with Lori. Betsy and Lori I'm so sorry for your loss, your mother was wonderful and funny❤.

Posted by Michelle Beaudin    January 23, 2021

Will always remember Sue. We had so much fun together at Upostage Players. And oh how Sue could laugh! My thoughts are with the family.

Posted by Ray Lobdell    January 23, 2021

Sue and I often both wore pink to family gatherings. At one point we called ourselves the pink twins and had our pictured taken. I loved her the first time I met her. Rest in peace Sue.

Posted by Dorothy Kilby-Turcotte - St Albans, VT - Family   January 22, 2021

So very sorry to hear of Sue's passing. I have many wonderful memories of doing theater with her over the years. She will be sorely missed. Praying for Bob, the girls, and grandchildren.

Posted by Richard Alberini - LITTLETON, NH - Friend   January 22, 2021