13/12/1959 - 20/03/2020
Sue never stayed in one place she went from Dagenham to Cornwall, back to Dagenham, then Penzance, probably a few other places in there too but ended up in Hartlepool.
Sue worked with the railway, she absolutely loved her job, especially the steam train. Sue was kind-hearted, everyone she met loved her, she would do anything for anyone. We called her our own princess Diana as when she got married that’s who she reminded us of plus her kind ways.
We are all missing her deeply and she will forever be in our thoughts. Sue meant the world to a lot of people not just family friends too. Sue loved her 3 children and grandchildren and her only great-granddaughter. She meant a lot to us all. She wasn’t just an Aunt/Sister/Mum/Nan/Daughter she was everyone’s best friend her and my mum were like two peas in a pod.
We are dedicating this tree to Sue because as a family we didn’t get a goodbye she had a funeral but with only 10 people and everyone that knew or loved Sue was gutted they couldn’t attend this is a lovely way we can pay our respects to Sue have something here in her memory. She didn’t just lose her battle to cancer she lost her battle to Covid to so in her last few days/weeks she was suffering so this is the best way I can think of keeping her memory going.
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