Susan A. Ryan
Date of birth: 28-07-1951
Date of death: 09-11-2008
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I do not personally know Susan but like to set up tribute pages for bereaved families to share their memories. Pls post some kind words ...

I do not personally know Susan but like to set up tribute pages for bereaved families to share their memories. Pls post some kind words about Susan, this exceptional Realtor we all heard about on TV by Mayor McCallion. I am Kemi at 647-344-5390.

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Mskemi Omololu-Olunloyo

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    Gone, but not forgotten.

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    I first met Sue almost 15 years ago. It was at the Christmas party she was hosting for her clients down at Snug Harbour in Port Credit. Little did I know what an important role model and friend Sue would become in my life. To me, Sue was my hero, my friend and I'm proud that she was a woman who provided much needed leadership for us and showed us the way. I admired many things about Sue, her confidence, her warm loving spirit, her kindness, her tenacity and spunk - an action oriented doer, her practicle, no nonsense approach, her honesty, her warm smiley face, and she sure was a soft place to fall.

    Ordinary heroes walk among us. With uncommon bravery and profound care, they appear in our lives without warning or fanfare. Sue would walk right up and flash her big smile and reach out her hand and touch your heart, "Hello my name is Sue, How do you do, with giggle" and you were off to the races, daring to accomplish something great, big or small! Some people wear a uniform and a badge, some do not, but all wear the armor of integrity, compassion, courage, and honor. Sue dressed herself authentically, each moment, each day. Heroes put the needs of others before their own. Sue would always be there, if you needed a friend to help, she cared.

    Our greatest heroes can be anywhere and everywhere we are. Their names and deeds are seldon spoken of, rarely heard. Without a blare of trumpets or a cheering crowd, they become heroes unaware by making a decision in an instant, acting on the spur of the moment, or working tirelessly to rescue, comfort, or to be a voice for those who have none. Heroes work wih a passion behind the scenes to support our lives, to defend our honor and to safeguard our world. Sue did this with her values and action in many of the events she supported. They know that great things come from a series of small actions. They recognize a need and fill it. They know how to fight with dreams and visions and to protect and defend so that others may live. Heroes are defiant in their mission. Their values are never for sale. The world my know little of its greatest heroes, but in our hearts we know who they are. Heroes are messengers from heaven. Their love, compassion and bravery are God's touch upon humanity.

    Sue, always knew just what to do! Sue, your bright light shall continue to shine upon us and forever we will be guided by your love. I'm grateful to have called you friend and had the chance to witness and learn by your example of what greatness looks like. Thank you Sue for being you. We shall miss you Sue, till we meet again xo

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    Slain Mississauga realtor Susan Ryan will leave a gaping hole in the community, says the president of the city's Real Estate Board. Toronto Star Nov 10 2008

    Ryan, 57, who was president of the board in 2006, was shot to death Sunday in her Carigar Ct. home. Her husband Larry, 58, who recently retired after three decades as a Toronto police officer, is charged with second-degree murder.

    "She was amazing lady who did so much for this city," said Lynne Kent, current board president.

    "We're ree

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