Beatty, Susan H.

Beatty, Susan H.

July 17th, 2019

BEATTY, Susan H.

August 9 1926 ~ July 17, 2019

 Susan passed away Wednesday, July 17, 2019, following complications from a fall she took earlier in the year, just a few weeks before her 93rd birthday. She is survived by her daughter, Patricia (George) Pinches; granddaughter, Sydney (Will) Tiviluk; two great-grandchildren; nephews: Jeff, James and Robert Blake; and many nieces and nephews scattered throughout the country. She was predeceased by her husband, Jack Beatty on October 19, 1990, as well as by 10 siblings and their spouses. Susan was born and raised in Saskatoon, SK, and was the youngest of 11 children. She moved to Ontario in the 1950s, eventually settling in London, ON, where she met and married her husband, Jack. She was the Office Manager for AM International for many years until she took early retirement to care for her ailing husband. Susan was an avid sports fan particularly enjoying baseball, curling and football. Thank you to the caring and compassionate staff in the Palliative Care Unit at Victoria Hospital. Cremation has taken place. At Susan’s request, no funeral will be held. 

 

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Freda Za nderI offer my sincere condolences for your loss. I met Sue and Jack when I first moved to London 50 years ago. I lived in the apartment above them on Prin cess ave. My roommate used to go away a lot on the weekends and Sue and Jack were so very kind inviting me to there place to watch the hockey game and Sue made the best hot dogs (funny the things you remember) We lost track of each other after I got married but reconnected a few time over the years. She was a wonderful person. Freda
Freda Za nderI offer my sincere condolences for your loss. I met Sue and Jack when I first moved to London 50 years ago. I lived in the apartment above them on Prin cess ave. My roommate used to go away a lot on the weekends and Sue and Jack were so very kind inviting me to there place to watch the hockey game and Sue made the best hot dogs (funny the things you remember) We lost track of each other after I got married but reconnected a few time over the years. She was a wonderful person. Freda
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