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Anonymous 15-02-2011

I will never forget your kind heart and compassionate care of my mother. Or your help for her to realize one of her closely guarded dreams. I wish you peace and light Susan. Elizabeth

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Belinda Agar 24-02-2009

Susan was one of the "Seven Sisters", a group of seven women who lived, laughed,sang,danced and shared our lives together for over twenty years.We continued to meet as many times a year as we could,and we shared the most precious and beautiful times together. We always had a blast, so much fun, so many laughs! Susan was a treasure of a woman, with the voice of an angel. A true friend, a soul sister. I miss you so much. You are so deeply loved, and so deeply missed. Baruch Hashem. Belinda Agar.

Ali Sauer 19-02-2009

I spent a great deal of time at the Migraine Clinic in Georgetown Ontario with Susan. I enjoyed hearing about her life, her community and her family. As a fellow migraine sufferer I was so amazed that Susan was able to accomplish so much and give so much to so many people while suffering from intense chronic pain. I am shocked and saddened by her loss and my warmest wishes go out to her family and friends. Thinking of Susan, Ali Sauer Toronto, Ontario

LizzieToth 18-02-2009

Our whole family is deeply saddened at this time. Susan performed the baby naming ceremony for our granddaughter Lyla about a year and half ago. She was so lovely and made this special occassion for our family one we will never forget. We did not know her before the ceremony, but she made us all feel warm and special-especially the baby. Our sincere sympathy to her family , but the memories of a beautiful woman will always be there for you Judy and Barry Baron (Williamsville, NY)

LizzieToth 18-02-2009

Cantor Wehle officiated at my wedding. She met with my husband and me to get to know us and to familiarize my husband to be with the Jewish prayers and traditions that would be a part of our ceremony although he is not Jewish. Her patience, insight, joyfullness and beautiful voice made the wedding all I hoped it would be. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her and remembered forever as a talented, joyful soul whose good deeds, warmth and inclusiveness reached across all differences in faith. My life is better for having known her. My sincerest condolences go out to her family and those whose lives she touched. Rhonda Ley (Lewiston, NY)

LizzieToth 18-02-2009

The world lost a really beautiful person....but Heaven's choir gained a new angel, where she can sing God's praises forever more. God bless the community of Temple Beth Am, and to her sons, blessings to you both in this hard time, may you find comfort and peace. Liz Staley (Tonawanda, NY)

Steven Rubin 18-02-2009

Please accept my heartfelt condolences. I am shocked and saddened. I met Susan only hours after leaving my mother's bedside as she closed her eyes for the last time nearly two years ago. Susan came to my mother's home to meet with me and my brother to gather thoughts and memories for the eulogy she was to read at my mother's funeral service. As soon as Susan entered the room, I felt the warmth of her presence and the glow of her smile. She was enormously comforting in a time of great personal loss. Within minutes, she drew out memories and stories of my mother.. She stood by my side at the funeral and comforted me as I cried on her shoulder...I will never forget her kindness and her comforting words... and her beautiful voice. May she rest in peace...and may her family, friends and loved ones be blessed in this moment of great tragedy and sadness. STEVEN RUBIN, PARIS, FRANCE

Marla Carlson 17-02-2009

Susan and I were friends and then housemates in Chicago while studying at the Goodman. I have thought of her often in the years since then, heard a little about her life from mutual friends, and am so saddened to learn she is suddenly gone. We never stop caring about people who mean so much to us, even after we lose touch. Yes, she was a light.

Wendy Berk 17-02-2009

I woke up last night in the middle of the night ,and it then came together since I did not know Susan's full name, and I hadn't seen her picture yet. One of the constants of the Aleph Kallah over the years was Susan singing radiantly in the choir. Her beautiful presence was also appreciated by those of us who only knew her slightly. I send my condolences to her family, friends, and larger community. Wendy Berk

Dear Susan, May you continue to glow with the beautiful Aura of Light and Love that enfolded you while you journeyed on this planet. I'm sure that you'll be sending that vibration from the other side of the veil, caressed by the Angels who Love You, to all who love you on this earthly plane. You were so sweet, compassionate, understanding and helpful to me when I first entered the Aleph Cantorial program. We sang together at Kallah and Ohalah, and were roommates. You taught me much and were an inspiration in so many ways. Blessings of strength and deep compassion to your family, friends and kahal at Beth Am. Michelle Hodah Newman Santa Cruz, CA

Suzanne Lang 16-02-2009

I'm so sorry for your loss. I am sure she is lighting the path for all and is looking down from above.

Howard Witt 16-02-2009

the goodman school. oh her voice. that wonderful voice.

Steve Smith 16-02-2009

Susan and I graduated together from the Goodman School of Drama back in 1977. I remember her as a dear, sweet human being with a smile that could calm your soul. She once gave me a copy of the book, "Smile At The Foot of the Ladder" by Henry Miller, which she lovingly inscribed, and which I still treasure. And so, to her family and friends, let me share these words, from another great story, that help me cope; "In one of the stars I shall be living In one of them I shall be laughing And so it will be as if all the stars were laughing when you look at the sky at night. And there is sweetness in the laughter of the stars And in the memories of those you love." Foa all who know this life will know it too briefly, And all who leave this life will leave it too soon. May peace cup your heart and hold it gently, Steve Smith Sarasota, FL

LizzieToth 16-02-2009

Susan was a classmate of mine at Martin Van Buren High School in Queens, NY. I knew her as a casual friend. Yet, when I saw Susan's incredible smile in news photos, it struck a chord of familiarity to me. I remember Susan as an intelligent, kind, friendly, and bubbly person. I want to express my condolences to Susan's family and friends. She obviously touched many lives in many very special ways as she lived her life far from Queens. My thoughts are with you in this incredibly difficult time. Arleen Fishman Block (Weston, CT)

LizzieToth 16-02-2009

May God keep you close during this difficult time. Liz Golimowski (NC)

LizzieToth 16-02-2009

It deeply saddened me to hear the news of Susan's untimely death. I remember her from Martin Van Buren H.S. She played the viola in the Sr. Orchestra then. After reading of her work since then, it's clear she has been a blessing to all around her. My sincere sympathy to her family and friends. Dorothy (Schnetzer) Malm (Lindenhurst, NY)

LizzieToth 16-02-2009

Susan's vivaciousness, true love and caring for the human condition will live on through the people's lives she touched... Susan's voice is now silenced. However,the memory of her voice in the Synagogues across the country and Holocaust Remembrance Services is still heard in the minds of Holocaust survivors and their children. Rest in peace. Sally Blitz-Weisz (Northridge, CA)

Wilma Shehryar 16-02-2009

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Carol Panzer 16-02-2009

Susan was a dear friend throughout my high school and college years. Our paths diverged shortly thereafter and I say with regret that we lost touch for the next many years. She was loving, kind, bright, brilliant and witty. I wish her all goodness and light in her journey.