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Susan Bushell

BUSHELL, Susan Mae
1952 – 2023

It is with immense grief and hearts filled with treasured memories that we bid farewell to our remarkable Wife, extraordinary Mother, and adored Grammie. Susan peacefully passed away on September 30, 2023, surrounded by her loving family.

Susan will forever be cherished and remembered by her devoted husband Jay, with whom she shared fifty beautiful years of marriage. She will also be deeply missed by her three children, Robert (Trish), Amy (JC), and Jade (Chris), and her eight beloved grandchildren, Jack, Mya, Elliot, Oliver Jay, Tyler, Abel, Cole, and Willow Mae. Her mother Bernice, sisters Shirley (Grant) and Jan (Greg), mother-in-law Lois, and extended family also mourn her loss.

Susan was predeceased by her sister Sharon, father-in-law Harold, and father Robert. Her absence leaves a profound void in the hearts of her loved ones, as she was renowned for her passion for baking and sewing. Her grandchildren will forever cherish the memories of her delectable double chocolate cookies, while her entire family holds dear the blankets she lovingly stitched. The absence of her radiant presence and infectious laughter during backyard barbecues and Christmas dinners will be deeply felt.

Expressions of sympathy and condolences can be conveyed to the family through the following website: http://www.hainstockedmonton.com. Susan’s memory will forever endure in the hearts of those who knew and loved her, and she will be dearly missed by all.

BUSHELL, Susan Mae
1952 – 2023

It is with immense sadness and cherished recollections that we bid a sorrowful farewell to our beloved Wife, incredible Mother, and cherished Grammie. Susan left us on September 30, 2023, surrounded by her family, leaving behind an irreplaceable void in our lives.

Susan’s husband of fifty years, Jay, continues to carry her memory in his heart. She will also be profoundly missed by her three children – Robert (Trish), Amy (JC), and Jade (Chris), as well as her eight grandchildren – Jack, Mya, Elliot, Oliver Jay, Tyler, Abel, Cole, and Willow Mae. Susan will forever hold a special place in the hearts of her mother Bernice, sisters Shirley (Grant) and Jan (Greg), mother-in-law Lois, and her extended family.

Susan had a passion for baking and sewing, always going above and beyond to create a warm and loving environment for her family. While her grandchildren will forever remember her delicious double chocolate cookies, her entire family will hold onto the cherished memories of her handmade blankets. The absence of Susan’s radiant presence and contagious laughter during backyard barbecues and Christmas dinners will be deeply felt by all.

We invite you to share your sympathies and kind messages with the family through the website: http://www.hainstockedmonton.com. Susan’s memory will forever live on in our hearts, and her legacy as a wonderful Wife, Mother, and Grammie will never be forgotten.

BUSHELL, Susan Mae
1952 – 2023

With immeasurable sadness and hearts filled with cherished memories, we bid a fond farewell to our remarkable Wife, incredible Mother, and beloved Grammie, Susan. On September 30, 2023, Susan peacefully passed away, surrounded by her loving family.

Susan’s devoted husband Jay, who shared fifty beautiful years of marriage, will forever love and remember her. She will be deeply missed by her three children – Robert (Trish), Amy (JC), and Jade (Chris) – as well as her eight adored grandchildren: Jack, Mya, Elliot, Oliver Jay, Tyler, Abel, Cole, and Willow Mae. In addition to her immediate family, Susan’s mother Bernice, sisters Shirley (Grant) and Jan (Greg), mother-in-law Lois, and extended family mourn her loss.

Susan’s passion for baking and sewing was boundless, as she dedicated herself to creating joy and comfort for her family. Her grandchildren will always remember her for the delight of her double chocolate cookies, while her entire family will forever cherish the blankets she carefully crafted. The absence of Susan’s vibrant presence and infectious laughter during backyard barbecues and Christmas dinners will leave a palpable void.

Share your expressions of sympathy and condolences with the family by visiting the website: http://www.hainstockedmonton.com. Susan’s memory will endure eternally in our hearts, and her extraordinary role as a Wife, Mother, and Grammie will forever be held close to our souls.

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