Irvine, Suzanne (Sue) Marie

Irvine, Suzanne (Sue) Marie

September 2nd, 2018

Suddenly in Guelph on Sunday, September 2, 2018, Suzanne (Sue) Marie Irvine (nee Lesperance), at the age of 64. Sue was our family matriarch and will be greatly missed. Survived by her loving family including Dale, Wes (Ashley), Drew (Sarah), and Blake (Victoria ‘Tori’). Sue was a devoted and doting grandmother to Alyssa, Hannah, Sydney and Thomas. Remembered by her mother, Mary; by her siblings; and by her nieces, nephews and friends. A Celebration of Sue’s Life will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London on Sunday, September 9th, 2018 at 1:00 p.m., with visitation from 11:30 a.m. until the time of service. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Sue are asked to consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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Sadie LeeSo sorry to hear of the loss of your daughter, mother and sister. I worked with Sue at St. Joseph’s for 10 years. I considered her a friend and I will miss her dearly. She always spoke fondly of her sons and their families. The family is in my prayers at this sad time. Sadie Lee
Amy HuntleyI was saddened to hear of Sue’s passing. She was a wonderful person and co-worker. She thought the world of her boys and grandchildren thinking and praying for all her family she will be fondly remembered and sadly missed
Kathy ParkerSincere condolences on the loss of a lovely lady, gone too soon. She was a friendly, professional, positive colleague. She will be sorely missed.
Regis Owen + Mark SchmidtWe are so very saddened by your sudden loss. We have been your neighbours for 24 years. We have watched the boys grow up and move on and now take great pleasure in watching the grandchildren come by for a visit. We will miss Sue dearly and will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers as you navigate through this difficult time.
Donna & John HammondOur family is so sad to hear of Sue’s sudden death. John and I have so many fond memories, most of them at hockey and baseball games, of watching our kids play and forge lifelong friendships. Sue was most definitely there for her boys and, in recent years, loved being a grandmother . Dale, Wes, Drew and Blake, May the love of family and friends bring you comfort as you mourn the loss of Sue.
Cathy and Bob SunstrumOur deepest condolences to everyone. We were very sad to hear of your sudden loss. God bless all of you at this difficult time. We have fond memories of Sue throughout our children's' years at CCH. Sue had a contagious smile. We hope your happy memories will bring you peace and comfort. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Leah Ferneyhough & Carlos Raposo and boys Weston Smith, Mitchell Raposo and Callum SmithI am so, so, so saddened by the news of Sue's sudden death. I will always remember her laugh and beautiful smile. She was a lot of fun and I will remember wine and lunches with her and my mom at the Keg. What huge loss for all - taken from us far too soon. Time will bring smiles to your faces when you think of your mom rather than the tears that are coming now. That pain you feel in your heart will always be there but it will start to fade a little and happy memories will be there instead. Time is your friend. Be kind to yourselves and lean on your family and friends. Thinking of you all and sending love to you - Dale, Drew, Wes and Blake and of course Sue's little grandchildren whom she loved so much. XO.
Graham HayhoeI'm so sorry to hear about Sue's passing. She was a great lady. My deepest condolences to her family.
Alyson Clewlow (Morin), Quinten Clewlow and FamilyDrew and family; I am so sorry to hear of your loss. We will keep you all and your mother in our prayers during this very difficult time. May God send you his love and strength. The Clewlow Family.
Catherine M CogoUncle Charlie and I were so shocked to hear of your Mom's passing Drew. May God wrap his arms around you all during this very difficult time!!
Joanne & John DupliseaSo Sorry for your loss ,we have known Sue for a long time ,we are fellow Aberfoyle vendors ,& had a lot of good Laughs over the years ,she was a classy lady & will not be forgotten ,Joanne & John Duplisea ,Komoka,Ontario
The Willing FamilyDearest Wes, Ashley, Alyssa and Hannah. Our sincere condolences on the loss of your mom Wes. We know how deeply your family will miss her and we hope that the many memories of the love and laughter she shared with you, Ashley and the girls will help ease your hearts.
Jim MoranDale very sad news, my thoughts are with you and your family.
Diane & Hugh RoddickWes, Ashley and family, We are very saddened to hear of Wes' mother's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all your family at this sad time. Diane & Hugh
BonnieMaryAnne, thinking of you and your family. Prayers and hugs be with all of you. Bonnie
DawnI am very saddened to hear of the passing of Sue. Her laugh was contagious her spirit always happy and joyful. Her children and grandchildren were the light in her life. My sincere condolences to Sue's family.
Marilyn and Keith higginsSuch a beautiful and spirited person taken too soon. Sue was an intregal part of the Ultrasound world, with her expertise and her caring for patients and coworkers. She loved and was loved by so many friends. Her family was her utmost priority. May the fond memories of Sue live on forever in our hearts.
Janice Macdonald Blake, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. There are no words that can be said to make losing a loved one less painful than what it is. Please know I am thinking about you and your family, and sending thoughts and prayers your way. Celebrate, laugh, cry, remember and cherish each and every moment you and your family have shared with your mom!.......thinking of you Janice
Jim and Sue Carter We are so very sorry to hear of Sue's passing. She always had a smile on her face and was such a wonderful person. Remembering all the laughter our families had together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you through this difficult time.
Anne MiddletonSuzy sue was a wonderful,fun, caring person. Anyone who met her loved her. My days with her at St Joes were always fun. I will miss you Sue. God bless and say hi to Cathy Greenaway.
NorWest Optimist Soccer Club Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time. Our deepest sympathy.
Mark WhelanIt has saddened me so much to lose such a good friend. I have known Sue, Mary Beth and Pete for about 20 years. We did many shows together and had alot of fun. This past Sunday I was her next door neighbour at Aberfoyle. At this tragic moment in her life she was very well taken care of by many people. We had just been talking about the day ahead of us and she plunked herself in her chair and said she lives in the Antique world because she "just loves doing it". Fifteen minutes later we found her sitting in her chair. It has been such a pleasure to have known her and had her for a friend. I am going to miss her very much. My deepest condolences to all of you.
Paulette DeCourcyI know her as a steadfast friend - but she was so many things to so many people. Sue leaves behind a legacy of love and friendship that will not soon be forgotten. I loved the stores she would regale us with of the times she spent with her grandbabies - oh how they loved eachother! A day will come when the joy of Sue's memory will over power the tragedy of your loss. Until then, hold eachother close and be the family that she was so proud of
Division of MFMWe all remember Sue from our days at St. Joe's; a mentor for us, our residents and fellows, always willing to go a little further, to help with the last minute case, to help a colleague when they struggle. It was a pleasure to know and work with Sue, and we all think fondly of the 'good old days' when she was part of our crew. We find comfort in knowing that Sue passed doing what she loved to do, but can only imagine what a gap she left for you, her family and friends. Our thoughts are with you, Barbra, Rob, Jordan, Genevieve, Ghislain and Renato
Kris and Rob Bannerman Our sincere condolences Wes, Ashley, Alyssa, Hannah and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Kris, Rob and family
Brenda Hanlan DaviesDale ,Wes, Drew , Blake and family , Sad news to hear that Sue is gone. I have so many happy memories from meeting her in the 70s until a short time ago when she was here in the Sault doing an ultrasound insevice. No matter the time between our meetings she was the same warm and funny friend. Gone too soon my friend.xo
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