In Memory of

Susan Douglas



Cremation has taken place

Susan Douglas

Douglas: Susan Sharon,
At Soldiers Memorial Hospital Orillia on Sunday April 4, 2021. Susan Douglas in her 58th year, loving partner of Kevin Feeney. Step mother of Lisa, Micheal, Jason, Matthew, and Chrystal. Nana Sue to 10 grandchildren, and Great Nana Sue to 3 great grandchildren. Beloved sister of Mike, Grant, and Tracy. Remembered fondly by her nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents Don and Nan Douglas. Forever in the hearts of her many friends.

Cremation has taken place. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home Tottenham. For those who wish donations to the Shriners Hospital for Children, Cancer Society, or Diabetes Society would be appreciated by the family.
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Memorial Tribute

“Susan Douglas”
  1. Barbara Ridgewell (Swartman) wrote:

    I have many happy memories of family get togethers with the Douglas family. I know thar Susan fought a difficult fight with cancer. No more pain.
    RIP cousin.

  2. Patty & Peter Swartman wrote:

    RIP Susan!!
    You fought an amazing fight!

  3. Patty andPeter Swartman wrote:

    RIP, Susan! You fought a hard fight!

  4. Jenny Druery wrote:

    She was an amazing woman. So caring, loving and welcoming. And her laugh. Love her laugh. Her smile could light up a room.
    I was blessed to have met her.
    I will miss her loving eyes and gentle smile and especially the hugs.

    I am glad she was surrounded by loved ones when she passed.
    She is finally at peace and free from pain.

  5. Sherri & Jim Haleschuk wrote:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers sent to your family. Susie was a bright light. She will be missed.

  6. Marg & Murray Crawley wrote:

    To the Douglas Family so sorry for you loss. Susan always had a smile when we would see her and friendly hello. R.I.P. Susan.

  7. Sharlene Webber wrote:

    RIP Sue, you fought so hard to stay, always with a positive will be greatly missed Sue .Sending my deepest condolences to Kevin and family and to Sue’s siblings!

  8. Gail Rines wrote:

    Sue was an amazing lady. Once my dad died she always checked in with my mom (her aunt). We also talked every couple of months. She was the glue that holds the families together and I will miss her and our talks. Be in peace Sue. Love you. Gail

  9. Michel Bullock wrote:

    So sorry for your loss. Condolences to the entire family.

  10. Donna Schneider wrote:

    Losing Susie is so hard on everyone. She had one of the most beautiful, loving ways about her, we will miss her so much. Love Donna and Lloyd

  11. lori thorne wrote:

    You were the best and lots of fun I still laugh today at our Loretto days fun had by all .You will be missed

  12. Brenda Robson wrote:

    Susan was such a wonderful person, loved by all who met her. I was lucky to have been able to know her. She left too soon and I will miss her and remember her always. Condolences to her family.

  13. Christine Adamson French wrote:

    Sue you fought a good fight but the angels won. May you find the card table with seat just for you. Shine bright
    Rest in peace my friend.

  14. Barb and Eric Holmes wrote:

    To the entire Douglas family….

    The memories we have of Susan will always be her BIG heartfelt laugh ….. And her joy for life! It didn’t matter what she was going through, she was always herself…. Rest easy Sue… the pain is over…. xoxo

  15. Jane Scott wrote:

    My deepest condolences to the family. Susan was always a kind and gentle soul, who knew how to laugh. She taught me Euchre and laughed so hard whenever I “green-egged” while learning the game and the terms. Rest in peace.

  16. Christopher Mayor wrote:

    Susan Douglas had such a infectious laugh.Always knew when Susan entered a room.Made everyone laugh so hard .She did light up any room or any gathering outside.She was,the life of the party.A truly wonderful person !R.I.P. Susan ❤️

  17. Amy Quincey Dickson wrote:

    Rest in peace Sue.
    My sincerest condolences to all her family
    Your sweet smile and hearty laugh will stay with us forever.

  18. Barry & Nancy Barton wrote:

    To the Douglas family,

    We are sorry to hear of Susan’s passing. We have many great memories of times gone by when you were growing up. May Susan rest in peace.
    The Barton family

  19. Mackenzie Douglas wrote:

    I know that Aunt Sue was loved by many, she was a terrific woman and had the biggest heart. I will never forget the fond memories i have with her. She could always put a smile on my face and will continue to do so whenever i think about her. I miss you so much, i know you will be watching over us now.
    Rest Easy Auntie Sue.
    Love always, Kenzie

  20. Al & Debbie Longland wrote:

    Our sincere condolences. We didn’t see Susan very often but when we did she always had time to have a chat. She was always smiling. I’m sure she’s chatting up a storm with Mom and Dad.

  21. Karen Zanelli wrote:

    Dear, dear Sue, I have so much to be grateful to you for. You were my first friend all those years ago when I first came to Canada, you introduced me to so many wonderful people especially your family. I always looked up to you all like my own family and I’m so thankful. We didn’t see each much over the last few years but trust me you were never far from my thoughts. Rest well my friend. Until we meet again.


  22. Tanya Saulnier wrote:

    I have known Susie and her family my entire life. She was always a ray of sun shine. She was always so sweet and positive. My favorite memories of her were of her picking me up and dancing around and around.
    Susie was like a sister to me and I will miss our talks and her laugh. I know she is at rest now and getting her beautiful wings. I will miss you my dear friend.

  23. Darleen and John Rowley wrote:

    Sending our condolences to all the family of Susan Douglas
    We are so sorry for such a great loss.
    Susan you will be missed by all ❤

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