Susan Van Duyne

Condolences

  1. Richard – So sorry to hear of Susan’s passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort and peace.

  2. Gayle and I were saddened to hear this news Richard. We shall miss our favorite antique auction couple these past few years. May God cover you with His grace and peace.

  3. Richard, I am so saddened to learn of the loss of your precious Susan. I am thinking about you today(Monday) and have all through out the weekend. My prayers and thoughts go out to you and your daughter. May the Lord Jesus watch over you and yours and may you find his comfort through this time of loss ever greater.

    Most Sincerely

    Eddie Schulz

  4. Dear Richard and Natalie,

    We are so very sorry to learn of Susan’s passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy. We wish you peace.

    With our love,

    Your former backyard neighbors – Tom, Chanda, Dylan & Madeline Brown

  5. Richard and Natalie you are in our thoughts and prayers. Susan was a wonderful woman and we are sure she will be greatly misssed.

  6. A lofty place in heaven has been reserved for Susan, because she she was a very special person. Her life was too short, but memories of her will last forever. I am saddened by her too soon departure, but rejoice with the thought that she is now with her King.

  7. You can’t help but smile when you think of Susan. She had many beautiful traits that we all admired – her sincerity, her honesty, her integrity, her joyful outlook on life. What a truly remarkable and classy lady that touched all of our lives in such a beautiful and positive way. It was a privilege to know her. She loved her family, her friends and was strong in her Faith. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Be comforted in the thought that Susan is now blessed with eternal peace and happiness. Joanne and Kevin Byrne

  8. Frank and I were very privileged to have worked with Susan in Dallas for over seven years. She fast became a very special friend. She was a gracious lady who made everyone she met feel comfortable and at ease. She always had a smile and a great sense of humor. I shall never forget her kindness and her loving heart. Richard and Natalie were the “lights of her life”. She will be terribly missed and her spirit will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with Richard, Natalie and all your family during this sad and difficult time and we send our love. Jean-Ann and Frank Cox

  9. Dear Family, my prayers are with you. Susan was a sweet friend to me during my cancer treatment, and she would make my day brighter every day that I saw her. She was in my bunco group about three years ago, and she always bragged about her family and her dogs. I am blessed to have known her. Know that she was greatly loved.

  10. Richard and Natalie,

    We all loved Susan so much. She brought such joy into our lives. Thank you for sharing her with us. You are both in our thoughts and prayers.

    Russ, Vickie, Bri, Courtney, Heather and Hunter

  11. Richard, Misty and I are saddened to hear of your loss. You and your family will be in our prayers.

  12. Richard, I am so sorry for your loss. Susan was always a kind and fun person to be around with a beautiful smile to share with everyone. I pray for you and your family that your favorite memories of Susan will sustain you during this very sad time. God Bless you and your family. Mary Mickey

  13. Richard, Diane and I want you to know that our hearts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time, as we reflect on the positive role you have played in our lives. Sincerely, Bruce and Diane Forsyth

  14. Richard and Natalie, We will miss one of the classiest ladies we’ve ever had the privilege of knowing. Working with Susan was a joy because of her sweet smile and outlook on life. Our prayers are for your strength and comfort. With fond affection and regard, Clay and Stacy Riebe

  15. Richard, I want you to know that I thought that Susan was a kind and caring woman. I remember the first time I met her at our Grand Opening here at Broadmoor. She came up to me and said that you had sent her over to meet me. That meant so much to me, that she would come over and meet me, I mean who was I? I want you to know that you and you family are in my thoughts and prayers. Please know that she is in a better place now. I also want you to know that if you need anything, please don’t hesitate to ask.

  16. Dear Richard and Natalie,

    Words inadequately express our deep sorrow at Susan’s passing. Susan was one of the special people that made the world better just by being here. Her heart was warm, generous, loyal and loving. We share your grief and would do anything in our power to try to lighten your load. As such, you will remain in our thoughts and prayers, and we are here for you for any reason.

    With love, Jack and Shelley Valerius

  17. Hi Richard,
    I was very sorry to hear that your wife Susan passed.I was told by your brother Jim recently.I met Susan that one time in 82 when I visited you in Plano and I thought she was a real special lady.Hope you are doing well and your family too.
    Your friend,
    Stan

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