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Susan Armstrong (Hunter) - Year Entered 1961

Susan Armstrong (Hunter)

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07/01/15 08:41 PM #1    

Cledice Decker (1959)

This information comes from Paula Hegvold Burns who was a friend of Suzie's since 2nd grade and who was with her during her last days:
Suzanna Armstrong Hunter, 71, died April 8, 2015 after a short battle with cancer.  All her children were able to visit her shortly before her death and her dear longtime friend, Paula Hegvold Burns, was with her at the end.  She was pre-deceased by her parents, Dwight and Karen Armstrong and her two husbands, Keith Hunter and Bruce Wilts.  She is survived by her three children, Joel, Aaron and Leah and four grandchildren.

07/29/15 07:55 PM #2    

Joyce Sefcak (Catherwood) (1959)

Suzie and I were roommates in AC.  Having lost contact with her, I am saddened to hear of her passing.  I have fond memories of her charming, outgoing personality and her amazing musical talents.  My sincerest condolences to her children and grandchildren and her lovely friend, Paula.

07/30/15 12:41 PM #3    

Carl Franklin (1959)

As Freshman at Ambassador College in 1961, Suzie and my wife Jeanie roomed with Joyce Sefcak, who was their room monitor. We were saddened to hear that Suzie's life was cut short by cancer. I can still picture Suzie playing the piano for my voice lessons. And we will never forget the vibrant Suzie who  was Jeanie's bridesmade at our wedding. We remember Suzie as a very sensitive person with an exhuberant personality. Many fond memories of Suzie have occupied our thoughts over the years. We will miss her dearly.  


07/30/15 02:35 PM #4    

Robert Petry (1959)

Suzie was quite a gal! She was always friendly with me at Ambassador, and kind. She used to play the piano for me to practice my "singing" assignments and for practice when I studied voice at college. Don't remember the exact year now, but Suzie invited me to visit her at her parents' home in the NorthWest. That was during our summer break.

She had invited other students to visit also, before I was invited. While there she took everyone she invited for a hike up a fairly steep mountain climb. In my case, after we got back to the house she said to me that I was the only one so far that that had walked up the trail without leaning over to use my hands. And, wanted to know how come I could do that. My simple answer was, West Virginia hills.

Susan Armstrong Hunter is one of the people I will, and do, miss until we can meet again in the future!!! She was truly a person worth knowing.

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