In Loving Memory of

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Susan Elizabeth Birkett

Mum was very loving, emotional, unconventional, funny, immensely caring and a great cuddler. She had lots of friends and family and as we can’t physically have many people attending the funeral service we thought it would be a nice idea if people could leave messages or memories of a fun time with Mum or a funny anecdote. We want to celebrate her life and remember the good times.

If you have any photos from any time in her life please could you also add them to this online book.

Many thanks her daughters Gail and Clare 

 

Book Owner: Clare Freer
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Katie Twaite

Dear Gail and Clare, I was so sorry to hear about the loss of your mum Sue. I have fond memories of playing in the garden at Bunkers Hill Farm, feeding the huge koi carp in the fish pond by the back door of the house as well as picking plums from the trees …

Lisa Evans

Thinking of you both today, Clare and Gail. Your mum was such a lovely, warm, funny lady. I have such fond memories of sleepovers at Bunkers Hill Farm and many cups of teas and chats around the kitchen table with your mum.  I particularly remember her passion for art and sculpture.  She will live …

Claire Stevens

Maria Williams

Dear Clare and Gail, Wishing you courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to hold in your heart. Thinking of you, and sending all my love during this difficult time. Maria xxx …

Lucy Carter

So sorry that your lovely Mum has passed away. Such a caring and happy lady who was always so interested and engaged whenever I met her. Sending you, Clare and Gail all my love. Know that she lives on inside you and her input into your lives and your characters is so visible, you …

Jane Ross

Sue and I met in 1962 when we started our 18month SRN course at the Royal Berks Hospital in Reading. It was lots of hard work,but we had so much fun as we were a small select group!!! We kept in touch and I was thrilled to be asked to be Clare’s godmother,We moved …

Tina Bennett (neeSturgeon)

I met Sue when we were doing the 18month SRN course at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading. We were a close knit group and had a lot of fun as well as working hard. The attached picture is on our graduation day, I certainly don’t remember wearing white gloves! It is the only …

Janet Rigby

I met Sue through U3A when she moved to Northampton.  Sue was empathetic, interesting and had a brilliant sense of humour.   Sue took Surekha and myself to art galleries in London and Birmingham, she was so knowledgeable but it was the laughter, and there was always laughter, that I will always remember. You …

Surekha Prabhu

Sue was a dear friend who I met through U3A.She was a talented jolly person who rekindled my passion for Art.She encouraged Janet and me to enjoy painting and we spent many wonderful hours around her kitchen table full of laughter.Sue ,rest in peace . …

Zoe Burch

Sue and I first met in September 1961 when we became student nurses at Westminster Children’s Hospital.    I also shared Sue’s love of classical music and we went to a few concerts,and Westminster Abbey for organ recitals.  I remember trying to teach Sue to swim.I’m not sure it was a success but Sue …
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