Susan Marie deVries

Susan Marie deVries

September 09, 1956 - February 14, 2006

Susan Marie deVries

September 09, 1956 - February 14, 2006


Susan Marie deVries 49 born September 9, 1956 in Missouri, died on Tuesday, February 14th, 2006 in Mission Viejo, California of Cancer. She is survived by her cherished husband Bill deVries; loving daughter Krysta deVries; loving son Michael deVries; beloved sisters Linda Delano and Kathy Them; beloved brothers Steve Delano and Ken Delano; loving mother Jeanne Delano and father Peter Delano. Susan was a wonderful mother, consummate professional at work and devoted wife. She fought a difficult battle with cancer. Susan was a woman with great faith , for whom prayer brought great strength and hope eah day. She knew she would be in a better place, free from suffering and pain. Many of us know how lucky we were to have known her, albeit not nearly long enough. She was dearly loved by many and will be deeply missed by all.

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4 responses to Susan Marie deVries

  1. Susan was my best friend in the whole wide world. For over 30 years she has been the person for whom I turned for advice and encouragement. I now know I have a speical BEST FRIEND Angel in heaven looking over me. I will remember her and cherish my memories of her for the rest of my life.

    I Love you SUE

  2. I just returned from a beautiful memorial service for Susan. My daughter Taylor knows Michael and I took her to the service. We live in Canyon Crest. I was so very touched by Susan’s life, and everyone’s loving memories. Of course, I couldn’t help my tears, even before the service when I saw the sign on the gate. I lost my best friend last year in February, and I am starting to truly believe that God brings home the most special people first. Susan was so very special. If you ever need help with anything like taking the kids to or from anywhere,like school,or anywhere, honestly, I would like to help. Please tell Michael to let me know. Taylor’s mom, 455-9595. A neighbor and friend.

  3. Annette Kord says:

    I am so sorry to hear the sad news about Susan, although I was awful about staying in touch I thought about her often, and our times doing power aerobics so many years ago. The loss is a shock to all I’m sure. Such a beautiful woman. They say the good die young…in this case it is certainly true. I will miss her.

  4. Amy Diffee says:

    I am so sorry to hear and saddened by Susan’s passing. It’s been a little over a year now and I wish I had stayed in touch with her more. Having cancer myself, I know the struggle she had, but I’ll always remember her smile.

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