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SUZETTE GAUTHIER (TETRAULT)
Born: Apr 13, 1947
Date of Passing: May 10, 2021Offer Condolences or Memory Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation
April 13, 1947 - May 10, 2021
She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba to Lionel and Lina (DuRussel), both now deceased. She is survived by her stepson Gary (Cheryl), and sister Colete of Calgary, AB; four brothers, Claude (Trudi) Winnipeg, Gerald (Sharon) of Kelowna, BC, Allan (Alice) of Oakbank, MB, and Benoit (Gail) of Winnipeg, MB; and numerous nieces and nephews, and one great-niece.
In 1985 she met the love of her life, Louis and they married in 1990. Louis went home to be with his Lord in 1998.
Cremation has taken place.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Suzette to the Huntingtons of Canada or CancerCare Foundation.
Face to face at last with her Redeemer,
Jesus Christ who loves her so much.
Family and friends may sign a
Book of Condolence at www.glenlawn.ca
Glen Lawn Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on May 15, 2021
Condolences & Memories (14 entries)
Suzette, your cheerful outlook and energetic laugh I will always remember. Thank you for letting me visit you and introducing me to your feline friends. You would happily say "praise the Lord " with your big smile. You are now healed and in the presence of our maker. We will catch up at a later date. Kerry - Posted by: Kerry TAIT (Friend ) on: Sep 03, 2021
Our condolences to Suzette’s family. We worked at the airlines in Vancouver together, we girls had so many adventures travelling and such fun memories of us all going out. Val kept us girls connected over 40 years! Each visit was filled with laughter, love and Friendship. Suzette was up for anything ostrich riding, boating... Suzette’s was a friendship I will always cherish. Still hear your laughter and see your smile. Miss you Snooze. Glenna and Ron. - Posted by: Glenna Suffron (Friend) on: May 30, 2021
My sincerest condolences to Suzettes family. I too met Suzette at bowling. She had such wit and character. I loved our time together, whether bowling, at the casino, or out to the pub she was a lot of fun and always so upbeat. I’ll miss her, but I know she’s in a better place with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! RIP my friend❣️ - Posted by: Randy Heatherington (Friend) on: May 27, 2021
I met Suzette through bowling and she was just a joy in my life. I will forever miss her smile, support, and contagious laugh. I was so fortunate to have Suzette as my friend. - Posted by: Rosealind Campbell (Friend) on: May 21, 2021
Suzette was such an inspiration; so full of faith and hope. We will miss her here, for sure. Our sincere condolences to all friends and family grieving this great loss. - Posted by: Richard and Kristjana Hale (Pastors) on: May 21, 2021
Suzette was full of faith and courage. She was an inspiration to us all and will be greatly missed. Our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. Lovingly remembered. - Posted by: Ed and Brenda Grant (Friends and former pastor) on: May 20, 2021
To Suzette's family and sister Colete, your strengths were evident, caregiving to the final moment she entered heaven. Suzette liked getting things done. A fantastic shopper with an eye for fashion and decorating homes. Travelling with Suzette was quite an adventure, especially crossing the US border to Detroit Lakes, Suzette was an explorer. With a genuine heart for pets, her Pet-Sitting business kept growing. Now my dear friend, you "fought the good fight", rest in the arms of Jesus. Love, Lynn - Posted by: Lynn Renn (Close friend) on: May 19, 2021
My sincere condolences to the whole Tetrault family. Having known Suzette and her family me and my siblings our entire lives know that she was a kind, beautiful woman inside and out with a generous nature whose presence will be missed. The bond she shared with her siblings especially Colette most certainly was something to cherish. R.I.P. dear Suzette you are reunited with your loved ones. - Posted by: Michelle Stanton (Daneault) (Family friend) on: May 17, 2021
Our most sincere condolences to all of Suzette’s precious family members! You are all in our thoughts and prayers during these very difficult times. Suzette was such a jovial, welcoming person..same as you Colète. Heaven has earned a very special angel! R.I.P. Suzette! Aline & Claude Boisjoli - Posted by: Aline Boisjoli (Friend) on: May 16, 2021
I will always remember the good times and fun we had through out our Airline times and later as you became my best friend and 40+ years of friendship. I will miss our morning calls and great words of advice and laughter that we shared. I love you, miss you and keep a seat warm for me next to you in heaven .. see you soon Snooze - Posted by: Val Berg (friend) on: May 16, 2021
Sue was a great friend. Celebrated with her on many occasions and always offered her kind heart and love. I will miss her and her joyous spirit. My condolences to all her family and her son Gary and wife Cheryl. - Posted by: Phyllis Gauthier (Friend) on: May 16, 2021
Ben, Gail & Family. Our sincere condolences in the loss of your sister Suzette. It has been years since we've seen each other but I still think of your family often. Suzette was so likeable and friendly. I pray that your fond memories will keep her close to your heart. Just know she is looking down from above and is in a much better place. Dave & Louise Morgan - Posted by: Louise I Morgan (Friend of Ben & Gail) on: May 16, 2021
Suzette served in Womens Aglow with me for many years. She looked after me when I had surgery, and helped me move. She was always so supportive. I have a tree she gave me when my little dog Moki died, "I call it my happy tree". She was always there for me. My dear Suzette I miss you so. I have many treasured memories of times spent together. Your friend always. Joan Franks To your family I'm so sorry for your loss. - Posted by: Joan Franks (Dear friend) on: May 15, 2021
To the family, so sorry for your loss. Sue and I were best friends in our teenage years and I have many happy memories of her and the family. Her Mom in rubber boots chasing cows in the mud and trying make me drink warm milk straight from the cow. Many happy times. - Posted by: Rowney David` (friend) on: May 15, 2021
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