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Sue Hayter

1948 - 2021

Sue aged 73 years passed away peacefully on Thursday 4th November 2021. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.


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  • Fortuneswell Cancer Trust
  • Milton Abbas Surgery
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  1. Will miss our lovely friend every day but we have wonderful memories of our times together

    Hughen and Joyce
  2. The most amazing friend has left us and we are so sad. However, we have the the fondest memories and will treasure those moments forever.

    Michelle, Darby, Martha & Maisy.
  3. Sue was a valued loyal long-term friend, who was kind and caring, with a wonderful sense of humour and a zest for living. Her family were so important to her and my thoughts and prayers are with them. She will live on in my memories.

    Jackie Upton
  4. We have really happy memories of good times with Sue over the years that we have known her – parties and dances and dinners were always such fun. We hope that these memories will stay with her family and will bring them happiness in the time to come. She was a good friend to both of us.

    Tricia and Ron Dawson
  5. What a lovely, wonderful, wise and caring human being. Straight out of the top draw of humanity. We spent many fabulous hours in her company and feel very proud to have known her.
    RIP dear Sue.
    XXXX

    Nigel and Jane.
  6. Sue was a truly special lady and an even more special friend. She will be sadly missed but will never be forgotten. xx

    Karen & Ted
  7. With fondest memories of Sue, my lovely ten year old Bridesmaid, who grew up to fill many hearts with love and laughter. She was so proud of her family and my thoughts are with them at this sad time.

    Auntie Joan X
  8. My Auntie Sue was the best Auntie I could ever wish for. She was always there to support me, make me laugh and would do anything for me. I looked forward to seeing her and knew we’d always laugh and have fun together. I’m very proud of her and how she always sparkled, she was brave and positive. I know she will always be with me. I’ll never forget my favourite Auntie Sue and how loved she always made me feel, that was the most special and incredible feeling that I’ll always cherish ❤️ We will keep up the family fun and be there for each other.

    Victoria
  9. Our thoughts are with you and your family

    Nicky and Stewart McCutcheon
  10. Our dearest friend Susie who we loved dearly and will miss forever. It has been a privilege and a joy to be your friend. We made such wonderful happy memories together with Pat and they will always be treasured. Christmas tea will never be the same. A very special lady. Rest peacefully dearest Susie, you will always be loved.

    Jennie and Robert xx

    Jennie and Robert Holly
  11. We were so lucky and privileged to have met Sue and had the most fabulous neighbour, she will be very dearly missed.

    Stewart, Cheryl, Sofia and Austin
  12. A wonderful friend and neighbour, she will be sadly missed but not forgotten.

    Johny, Vicky and Alex
  13. We know Susan will be missed by al her family and friends. I will definatley miss our messages over the last 18 months. Susan was so positive and made me smile lots. Thinking of you all at this sad time but I am sure your memories will keep you going.
    Love from Elizabeth and Martin.

    Aunty Jill, Judith and Peter send their condolences and are thinking of you all.
    Love to all x

    Elizabeth Heidenreich and family
  14. “Our Sue” and I (Phil) grew up almost like brother and sister, rather than niece and uncle, and, although going our separate ways as teenagers, whenever we met up in later life we always shared lots of memories and laughter.

    The video link was excellent and helped us to be part of the service, so that we could be with you in spirit, if not in person.
    The number of friends in the congregation spoke volumes in showing how much Sue was loved and respected by all who knew her, and the impact she made on people’s lives.

    Muriel and I are finding it difficult to come to terms that Sue has passed away, but she will always remain in our hearts and minds. We will miss her.

    Our condolences to Peter and all of Sue’s immediate family.

    Philip and Muriel Hardwicke
  15. Remembering my Sister-in-Law . . . you have always been there for me through thick and thin over the past 55 years . . . we have shared so much and I will miss our daily contact and your tremendous support and encouragement so much. Your memory lives on through your lovely family and we will never forget you xxx

    Trudy and Gary
  16. Sue was a lovely friend and will be sadly missed but never forgotten. We shared some wonderful times together, and was always there if you needed to chat. God bless.

    Mary Rawlinson
  17. Rest in Peace our dear friend Susan.
    Such lovely memories.

    Lynda & Tony xx

Service Details

Friday, November 19th 2021 - 14:00
FUNERAL LOCATION
Poole Crematorium, Gravel Hill, Poole, Dorset, BH17 9BQ
BRANCH
Lesley Shand Funeral Service
Corfe Mullen

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