Susan Garner

Susan Garner

Wednesday, April 28th, 2021

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Obituary for Susan Garner

Sue passed away suddenly on April 28,2021 at the age of 73. Beloved wife of Frank for 38 years. Predeceased by her parents Ellen and Arthur Corbett, siblings Jim, Marilyn & Jo, great niece Nicole, and nephew Stephen. She will be greatly missed by generations of nieces and nephews, her supportive in-laws, and many close friends. Sue was the fortunate recipient of a lung transplant in 2014 that greatly extended her life ( She would appreciate any memorial donations go to your favorite animal assistance charity. Thank-you to the multitude of nurses and doctors who took great care with Sue over many years. A private memorial tribute will be held at a future time.

Sue grew up in the east end of Hamilton. Along with having her immediate family, she was lucky enough to be 'adopted' by the Coffell family.
Frank & Sue met on a ski trip in January 1982 and married in July 1983. They shared many decades with family and friends at the family cottage in Long Point. Except for the last few years, Sue could often be found with a dog on her lap.
Before she retired, Sue made many good friends working various retail positions at Rona, Home Depot and Fortinos.
A special thank-you to her family doctor, Dr. Jessica Graham, for the exemplary care she provided.

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Marlene Minigan

To a amazing man Frank, who gave Sue, especially since her double lung transplant 7 years ago, the best quality of life Sue could ever have, 24 hours a day. We watched you tirelessly care for her, prior to her getting sick; endless hours at the Toronto hospital up until the second our 'Suzy q' left to finally go on her next journey in peace. We hope she was welcomed in heaven with her favorite glass of wine and her little furry friends waiting for their mommy's hug♡
We will miss her,
God bless💞
Comment | Posted at 09:08am via Condolence

Frank Garner

Thanks Marlene. Best neighbors ever!
Posted at 05:42am

Frank I wish you peace and comfort as grieve. I was lucky enough to know Sue well and the impact she had me and so many people we’ve lost a very special person please accept my most heartfelt sympathy Helen & joe Baranowski. RIP Sue 💕
Comment | Posted at 07:55am via Condolence

Frank Garner

Thanks to you both.
Posted at 05:40am

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Comment | Posted at 07:27pm via Condolence

Frank Garner

Thanks Nancy.
Posted at 11:20am

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