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Susan Andrew

1947 - 2020

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Born in Waterville, Maine in 1947, Susan lost her battle with cancer after a valiant fight on June 20, 2020.

Susan met her husband, Wayne, in December, 1967 and they married six months later in June, after her graduation from Westbrook Junior College. She passed away just shy of their 53rd anniversary.  She had two children, Darcy and Jeremy, who attribute their success in life to her drive and encouragement.  While raising them, she returned to college for an additional...

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Wayne

July 10, 2020 9:10 AM

These 3 trees will be planted together to represent our 53 years together and our children who grew from your love!! The branches will grow & give protection to us as well as your new Angel Wings.
Wayne


A Grove of 3 Memorial Trees was planted in memory of Susan Andrew

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July 3, 2020 10:24 AM

With heartfelt condolences to the family Susan Andrew.
With love,
the Weyland family


A Grove of 3 Memorial Trees was planted in memory of Susan Andrew

bjbourassa@yahoo.com

August 5, 2020 11:12 AM

To the family of Susan R. Andrew,

My most heartfelt sympathy to all of you. I was saddened to hear about Sue's passing. She was always the one who stood out in our crowd in high school, she was an exceptional person. She grew up in my neighborhood until her family moved to Western Ave. We connected again in high school and spent many week-ends at Hampton Beach with our friends. Taking my Dad's 1950 car that fit all six of us.  I will always remember her and all of our memories we made together. With caring thoughts.  Brenda Thomas Bourassa

Darcy Y

August 9, 2020 10:58 PM

We appreciate the story about my mom. Losing her has been so hard, so we appreciate the memory!

gailspinney@gmail.com

July 11, 2020 11:50 AM

Dear Wayne,  Our sincerest condolences to you and your family on Sue"s passing. She was such a lovely
person, we"re glad to have known her.  May you find comfort in loving memories.
I'm sorry we won"t be able to attend her Celebration of Life, but we"ll be with you in spirit.
Sincerely, Frank and Gail Spinney

Linda Pomerleau

July 10, 2020 10:27 PM

Sue was my best friend through high school and beyond. I will share one of our adventures in high school – – although there were many many more. One summer we went to New Jersey to stay with her sister Cynthia for a week. Cynthia had to work, but happily she let us use her very snazzy convertible during the days, with the warning that we were not to leave town. Of course on the first day, as soon as we dropped Cynthia off at work, we headed straight for New York City where we found a wonderful little coffee shop in Greenwich Village. We went in thinking we were so sophisticated and listen to a group playing that we had never heard of before but thought that their name was hilarious – – the Lovin’ Spoonful !! How two 16-year-olds from Waterville, Maine ever dared to adventure into NYC on our own still puts a smile on my face. And that’s what Sue did – – she always was up for new adventures and to get out of her comfort zone.

Darcy Y

August 9, 2020 10:55 PM

Thank you for this fun story! We all greatly enjoyed reading this. We all miss her so much, so we love the happy memories.

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