Susanne "Sue" A. Donaldson
July 26, 1940 - October 4, 2022
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Susanne “Sue” A. Donaldson, age 82, of Madison, passed away Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at the David Simpson Hospice House. She was born July 26, 1940 in Baltimore, MD, the daughter of Lemuel and Isabel (Martin) White. She married Peter “Kit” Donaldson on September 9, 1961. They were childhood sweethearts growing up together in Maryland. …
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Barbara Donaldson left a message on October 11, 2022:
In memory of Susanne "Sue" A. Donaldson, Barbara Donaldson lit a candle
Barbara Donaldson left a message on October 11, 2022:
Tammy, I was so sorry to hear of Sue's passing. Sue always spoke so highly of you. I'm so glad that Sue and I were able to speak to one another but I'm sorry we didn't speak before her illness. I know how comforting it must have been for Sue to have you with her. In speaking to Rick I also know it must have brought her so much comfort knowing Kit will always be looked after. She was so dedicated to Kit and worried about him. I hope knowing Rick and others at her church will visit him gave her some peace of mind. I will miss her. She was a wonderful warm and loving person. With love and sympathy. Barbara
Paul lenardson left a message on October 8, 2022:
Aunt sue, may you RIP , you will be missed. I know you are home now, and that you are with nana, pop, uncle Barry, and mom.
Janice White left a message on October 8, 2022:
Sue was my sister-in-law for 59 years. Her brother Barry was my beloved husband. We shared many great times together. When Sue and Kit lived in Downingtown Pa., she had what we called, “cousins weekend “ every year at their home. Sue was a great cook and we always enjoyed the great meals she would prepare and our time together. There were those of us from Maryland, and the other family members came from Long Island,. NY. Then in the summer, we would all go to Long Island for a week of boating, fun, and love. Sue was our leader. We all looked up to her with respect and trust. My memories of Sue will always be cherished. I know she is home with our Lord. Until we meet again Sue, rest in peace Love you always, Janice
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