Woodlawn Mission Funeral Home

7386 Horne Street, Mission, BC


Susan Frances ADAIR

July 8, 1942November 5, 2019

Susan Frances ADAIR was born on July 8, 1942 and passed away on November 5, 2019.


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Susan Frances ADAIR

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Judy Dixon

November 14, 2019

Sue was spunky, involved, earnest, bright, inventive, engaged, generous, funny, and so many other wonderful words that could describe her personality. In the years I knew her she never once complained. She will be missed!
See ya later Sue!

Deb Braun

November 14, 2019

We met Sue many years ago, at the pool ofcourse! From there our friendship quickly grew and she became a part of our family, which she will always be. I've always appreciated and admired her ability to see those that are different in any way as individuals who deserve respect and understanding.

I was lucky enough to join Sue on some hiking adventures in Golden Ears Park and to Cape Scott. She always kept life interesting. Many a cup of tea was shared over joys, toils and troubles, and just because. Sue did like her sugar in her tea.

Sue's passing has been a shock that we've not quite comprehended yet, I think. She is and will be missed, so very much .... can not count the number of times I've gone to call her.

To her sons, Angus and Darcy and their families, her sister Liz and her family and all of Sue's dear friends, we offer our most sincere and heartfelt condolences for this loss of someone so dear to our hearts.

Sue, you are and always will be a part of our family. You will be missed so immensely, but now you are free - go kayaking, hiking, and snuggle with Abby. We love you, we miss you.

Deb, Norm, Jason, Eric, and Trevor

Deborah Sproule

November 13, 2019

I have known Sue since moving back to Canada in 2009. I met her at the Holy Spirit Anglican church in Whonnock, that she would occasionally attend (came for the company she said), and where she would help out in the gardens. She came to be a dear friend and since her moving into Cedarbrooke in Mission we have visited together over the years on as much of a weekly basis as possible; my living just around the corner was very handy. We had lots of chats, on many different subjects, drank lots of tea, nibbled the occasional cookie and bit of chocolate and generally had a lot of fun. I shall miss you so Sue. Driving by Cedarbrooke now, I feel an emptiness, because you're not there. Take care my dear friend.

Susan Forsyth

November 13, 2019

Our names were not the only things we shared, which was a constant form of amusement, but our love of fibre.
Sue, as she was known as, was one of the instigators who formed the Whonnock Weavers and Spinners Guild 47 years ago, over the years took and taught fibre workshops, amongst other things.
I was blamed for her love of sock knitting after she had attended one of my striped sock yarn dye workshop many years ago, since then she always had a pair on the go, on her needles.
Sue had done many diverse things in her life and had interesting tales to tell of her travels and experiences.
When Sue moved into Cedarbrook Chateaux I visited with her every week and I shall greatly miss our chats over tea, putting the world to rights, commiserating over what we could not change.
Sue was always good company, I for one will miss not hearing about yet another adventure she had had.
Sue has left me some wonderful memories of times we had and trips we took, for that I am grateful.
Sue you are missed !

Susan Forsyth

November 13, 2019

Missing you