Morrison, Sue Anne (née Coxon)

Morrison, Sue Anne (née Coxon)

November 21st, 2020

At University Hospital, Sue Anne Morrison (née Coxon) in her 73rd year, passed away on Saturday, November 21, 2020. Predeceased by her husband, Grant Wainwright (2019). She will be terribly missed by her children, Tracy (Alvaro) and Chris (Lisa), and by her brother and sister-in-law, Doug and Elaine Coxon. Forever remembered by her nieces, Jenna Drennan (Dan and sons Brody and Jake) and Lisa Coxon (Mike), and by her grandchildren Max, Aurea and Sam. Her memory will be cherished by Kari Townsend and Pauline Cartland. Sue was a teacher for over 30 years, and positively impacted the lives of so many students and colleagues at Leesboro Public School and Oxbow Public School. As per her wishes, Sue has already been cremated and a small family ceremony will be held. In lieu of flowers, please consider giving to the Lung Health Foundation. 

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Pat BestardTracy and Chris So sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. Sue was one of the most loving and caring teachers that I have ever met. She always had the student’s best interest in mind and had such a caring, loveable, quiet manner to get through to them. She met so much to my children and also to me. Sending my deepest sympathy. Pat Bestard
Marian SmibertDear Tracy and Chris: I am truly sorry to hear of your mother's passing. We had many wonderful years working together at Oxbow School. I have a Christmas figurine sitting on my coffee table right now that she gave me one year. I remember having coffee with her one day a few years back after we were both retired and she was telling me about the book she was writing for her grandchildren. Many days after school I would wander down to her classroom and chat about what was going on. All fond memories indeed. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your's as you struggle through the dark days ahead. Sincerely, Marian Smibert.
Barb Moore (Forrester)I was saddened to hear of Sue Anne's passing. We were classmates at Zurich Public School from Grade one on and also in high school. We connected again a few years ago on Facebook although never a chance to meet up in person. My condolences to your family.
Mary Ellen Eswards & Dianne BeattieTracy, Chris, Doug, Elaine and grandchildren, Our deepest sympathy to all of Sue’s family. She was a childhood friend and we spent a lot of fun times together back then. Our mothers were best friends and certainly knew how to laugh and make light of things. You are all in our thoughts during this sad time. ♥️
Phil and Sue Dunn and familyTracy, Max, Sam and family, so sad to hear of your mom's/grandma's passing. She and Grant were great neighbours, always kind and friendly. It's been a tough time for you all...our prayers are with you.
Shannon DeJongeDear Tracy My heart goes out to you and your family. Sue was such a wonderful person. She always had a smile and kind words for me every time we met. Her very presence was a comfort even as she went through her own difficult times. Her spirit always shone through. She will truly be missed in this world. So sorry for you all. Shannon
Darlene TompkinsDear Tracey & Chris & Families So saddened to hear of Sue’s passing. I taught with her at Leesboro and also our son Mike had her as a teacher at Oxbow. She was a very beautiful person and a wonderful teacher. I’m sure you will miss her so much but you are left with great memories. Thinking of you. Sincerely, Darlene Tompkins
Donna O'BrienDear Tracy,Chris and families,Doug,Elaine and family Please know you are all in my most special thoughts at this sad time! Your Mom was a lovely,sincere lady ! I know she has left you with many wonderful memories to cherish ! ,, Sincerely,Donna
Pam O’Brien BedourDear Tracy, Chris, Doug, Elaine and families, I was so sad to hear the news of Sue Anne. She had such a ready smile and a lovely, warm manner. I enjoyed our visits at the dental office several years ago, when we’d reminisce about Zurich and the people we knew. I know you’ll miss her greatly. Sending my deepest sympathy and much love to all. Pam O’Brien Bedour
Paul FlaxbardHi Doug and Elaine, So sorry to hear of your sister's passing. Keep well. Paul & Cathy Flaxbard
Shannon Dewan (Harvey)So sorry to hear of Mrs. Morrison passing. I was fortunate enough to have her as my teacher in my early years at Oxbow. There was a group of ten of us who met each day for English. I can still remember her morning puzzlers on the chalkboard which always caught our attention. She had a way of making us all feel very special and really knew how to bring out our best qualities! Although this was many years ago, I still use some of her practices/tips when helping my kids with their homework. She truly was a wonderful lady. Rest peacefully💕
MARY E JOHNSONOur sincerest condolences to Tracey and Chris and families. Your mother was a gem of a person, and loved by all who knew her.
Shirley (Oesch) ErbTo All of Sue;s family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Brenda SempleTracy and Chris I am truly sorry to hear about your loss. Your mother was a great woman who had such a great impact on all the students she taught. She will be truly missed and will always be remembered.
Ben ReeveI am sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Morrison. I was fortunate to have her at Oxbow Public School. She had a unique way of pushing, and inspiring her students to their best. Her genuine way of caring for her students and other staff will not be forgotten. May she rest in peace
Brad CoxonSad to hear the news. Sue Anne was a great cousin we were always happy to see, but rarely able to cross paths. She was always joyful to talk with. Sue Anne would often tie-in with my parents thru out their life. She put a lot of research into creating the Coxon Family Genealogy Tree & shared with all. Its always good to tie in often with your friends & relatives. You never know when you will never see them again.
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