Suffel, Dr. Priscilla, M.D.

Suffel, Dr. Priscilla, M.D.

August 4th, 2015

Peacefully at Mount Hope – St. Mary’s Nursing Home on Tuesday, August 4, 2015, in her 102nd year. Beloved wife of the late G. Gordon Suffel. Cherished stepmother of Linda Snedden and the late Peter Suffel, and grandmother of Diane Young, Carolyn Crawford, Elsbeth Unverzagt, Chris Snedden, James Suffel, Gary Suffel, Douglas Suffel and Cindy Suffel-Marchbank. Fondly remembered by many great and great-great-grandchildren. Loving aunt of Ginger Ai Richardson, Jerry Ai and Judy Ai, and grandaunt of Jenny Ai and Evan Zhu. Visitation will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Sunday, August 9, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Donations in memory of Priscilla may be made to the Children’s Health Foundation or The Mount Hope Fund. 

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Todd SuffelWhat an accomplished and wonderful Woman. A pioneer in every aspect of her life. Great memories of strange foods and classical music during our visit's will stay with me forever. To get a prized rose from her garden when we left was a wonderful treat so we could give them to our mother and watch her smile. Love you lots.
Nancy Winder HolmesDr. Suffel was the respected long-time physician and unforgettable friend of my late mother, Jean Winder (wife of Dr. Gordon Winder, colleague of Dr. G. Suffel). She was an unending source of unique humour, good advice and wisdom. As a child, I was always excited to see her little Karmann Ghia in our driveway when she came to visit Mom. My heartfelt condolences to you all.
Jim and Sharon SuffelCilla as we called her will be sadly missed. We will cherish all the memories of our Christmas and thanksgiving dinners together and I will never forget the roses she gave the boys to take home every time home.
doris kervin richards nee szaldr suffel was my dads doctor first then was my doctor at age 10 yrs old she was a very good and abrupt doctor to the point and do as i say or else there is the door very thorough in all she did i like her very much as being a kid at the time she made you feel at ease thank you dr suffel doris RIP
Deanna WallacePriscilla was my next door neighbor for many years on Bloomfield Dr . I remember her beautiful roses and especially the pink Bob Hope that she loved.
The Leslie FamilyDr. Priscilla Suffel was a unique person in so many ways: she was highly intelligent and curious; she was a skilled and compassionate physician; she was deeply committed and generous to her family and friends; she took time to savour and nurture the beauty of nature and the arts and to enjoy life! Her kindness to our family, Jean and Charles Leslie and their children, Ken, Gwennyth and Marion will forever be remembered with deep gratitude.
Donna Suffel Metcalfe & Jim, Ann and CliffDear family of Priscilla Suffel Im sorry that I was unable to attend Priscillas memorial service - Linda has told me by phone that it was a very special tribute. My family and myself admired her very much and wish to extend our condolences to your family. I have pictures here of Uncle Gordon and Priscilla at a reunion on my brother Georges front lawn (across from the Suffel homestead). Wonderful memories!
Kathy SuffelSincere condolances from the Inkerman branch of Suffels. Aunt Priscilla was such a unique and special person! My mother Geraldine was so fond of her, she truly respected her and cherished their friendship, as did my father George. I remember Aunt Priscilla's drole sense of humour, and her little laugh and smile at the end of a sly joke or funny comment. Any time she and Uncle Gordon came to visit us was a special, exciting event. And as a little kid growing up on a farm in rural Eastern Ontario, believe you me, it was pretty darned exciting to have a Chinese auntie! Rest in peace, Aunt Priscilla. You are in excellent company now!
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