In Memory

Susan Cotner

Susan Cotner



 
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07/09/20 06:46 PM #9    

Paul Asaban


07/09/20 06:56 PM #10    

Paul Asaban

Another picture of Sue with me in the background. A cherished momento for me. I framed it decades ago and it hangs in my office to this day. RIP sweetheart. 


07/09/20 08:11 PM #11    

Todd Favorite

OMG! What great photos!


07/10/20 01:54 PM #12    

Corinna Caldwell

I spoke with Sue a number of times on the day she rode with Bill.  My understanding was that Greg Street had sent something to her-a package- and had sent it to his parent's house because postage was less expensive (APO).  It may have been an ID bracelet.  I asked her several times to not ride with Bill, and even let her know which school bus would take her near Etoile.  At the end of the day, she chose the bike.  She is still so missed.  Sue was so kind and sweet.  Her family passed along some of her clothing to me.  I wore it for years.


07/10/20 10:38 PM #13    

Todd Favorite

Thank you Corinna for providing that information and for trying to intervene! It makes sense now, because Sue would have knocked down walls to connect with Greg, and she would have taken the quickest route she could find to pick up that gift!


07/11/20 01:37 PM #14    

Robert Schubert

I was totally smitten with Sue; she was such a vivacious young woman. it was always a joy to be around her. I remember their gated house in Le Vesinet and her family, parents Marge and Roy and sisters Lynn and Gail. It’s no wonder the girls turned out so good, their parents are fantastic. In my yearbook Greg wrote “In my senior will, I leave you exclusive opportunity to Susy”. I was devastated when she died. I remember her often especially when I hear Psalm 23, which I was honored to read at her memorial service.


07/16/20 10:13 AM #15    

Jeff Hamilton

I was there when it happened. The accident occurred right in front of our bus on our way home from school. None of us who were there will ever forget that day. Immediately, our hearts went out to Lynn and her family.

To echo Bob's remark about Sue's parents, they chose not to pursue any legal proceedings. I was always impressed by the nobility of this act of forgiveness.


07/21/20 08:07 PM #16    

Paul Asaban


07/21/20 08:08 PM #17    

Paul Asaban

Speaking of Sue and Greg


10/11/20 08:21 AM #18    

Robert Schubert

Today's responsorial Psalm is the 23 rd Psalm which I read at Sue's memorial service. A constant reminder of my dear friend lost so tragically 51 years ago.

RIP Sue.


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