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My condolences to all family members and Tracy! Like my fathers passing in 2001; it has taken years for the sadness of this loss to lift at a higher place! I was Susi's computer guru! She loved having me over while in Naples and likewise loved sharing all our time together! She was brave, kind, and truly loved life to its fullest. She is deeply missed by me but I know she has shared a dance with my father! :) I love you Susi....till we visit again.

Patty Cruz
May 13, 2010
Naples, FL

I have no words to express my sympathy that goes out to Jay and especially to "Susie". She fought with more dignity and had more stamina than anyone I have ever known. Susie was the true meaning of a "Lady". She was a person that was "special" in her own way to everyone that knew her. I'm sure she is not suffering anymore because if there is a "Heaven" she is right there!!

Karen Moore
Jan 14, 2006
Tucson, AZ

I am very saddened to just find out about Susie's passing. She was a wonderful person and I know she will be missed by all who knew her. There wasn't another one like her. God bless you Susie.

Russell Osmianski
Dec 27, 2005
Wilmington, DE

please accept our belated condolence...
Barbara, David and Walter

walter luikart
Dec 19, 2005
McMechen, WV

I was deeply upset to hear of your loss of such a wonderful person in the lives of all she touched. I will always remember her fondly and I hope you can find your way through these troubled times

Salinda Hess
Dec 15, 2005
Moundsville, WV

Dear Brad and Jay,
I am so sorry to hear of Susie's death. She was so full of life when I knew her most. You all had the best of parents. Now they rejoice in heaven to once again be with their daughter. My condolences and best wishes for you all.

Sam Steele
Dec 2, 2005
Savannah, GA

After I dried my tears. I found a smile on my face and laughter in my heart! Thanks Knapper for being a part of my life.

Daryl Beck
Dec 2, 2005
Hollywood, FL

Dear Jay & Brad,
My deepest sympathy to you in the loss of your sister. I will always have the fondest memories of Susie and the fun we shared as young girls growing up together, being in Scouts and sharing the stage in our Junior Class Play. She was full of life and love. It is truly a tragedy to lose someone so young.

Leslie Stanley
Dec 1, 2005
Pompano Beach, FL

Jay and family,
Thoreau said we should "spend one day as deliberately as Nature." Seems as though that is how Susie spent most of her days. That was her gift to all who knew or met her.

Ruth Ann Ferris
Dec 1, 2005
Glen Dale, WV

I am very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and yours.

Amy Jo Cochran-Corvino
Dec 1, 2005
Moundsville, WV

"While others sip at life, “Susie” gulped it, cup after cup, day after day. She had a gift of making every moment an event. Like her mother, she never met a stranger, and she never wasted the small opportunity that was given to her to be on this earth."

What was written above from the obituaries, is simply beautiful..... and may all of us learn from Susie, in "MAKING EVERY MOMENT IN OUR LIFE AN EVENT".......
Susie, may you Rest In Peace....

michele lewis gordon
Nov 30, 2005
Bear, DE

Brad, June noticed the obituary of your sister Susan. It is always so sad to lose a loved one and when they are this young it is even more of a loss. We certainly will have you in our thoughts and prayers. Please express our regards to your family.
We must get together next spring, just maybe for the last time. Our move may take place in late March if all goes well. Love to Dianne.
Regards, Phil and June

June & Phil Wheeler
Nov 30, 2005
Wheeling, WV