In Memory

Susan Harger (Hartford)

Susan Harger (Hartford)

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01/07/20 05:33 AM #1    

Thomas Gerle

Susie passed away Sunday, January 5, 2020. 

01/07/20 05:27 PM #2    

Judy Sacco

I saw Susie at the last class reunion. She greeted me with her beautiful smile and talked to me with genuine interest. I will miss her at future reunions.

01/08/20 12:53 PM #3    

David Arbutina

So sorry to hear about Susie's passing.  My prayers go out to her family and friends.

01/09/20 09:55 AM #4    

Jean Cowan (Kestner)

This article appeared in the Valley News Dispatch.

01/10/20 12:25 AM #5    

Robert Koster (Koster)

I am so sorry to hear about this.  Susan was and will always be in my mind a beautiful person.  She was my first date to a Junior high dance in the Gym back there at QV when I was a very goofy 8th grader, and she was nice enough to overlook it and go anyway.   She had poise even then and was probably the best baseball player in school.

There are so many nice things could say, but mostly the world has lost a very kind and special  person, and we could all use more in this world.  Sorry to all her family and friends for your loss, and I feel it also.

Am so sorry. 



01/13/20 04:07 PM #6    

Betty Jane Bungo (Evansky)

It was very sad to hear about Susie's passing.  Although I haven't seen her since our first 20 yr. class reunion I still remember her from band class and that cute smile she always wore.  At that reunion she gave me the gift for being the ' most changed' person since high school.  I in turn gave that gift right back to her because I thought she had changed the most into a beautiful young lady from that young school girl with the long hair.  We laughed!!  In reading all about her life and seeing her in a current photo, it seems that she had a wonderful life and family and gave to many along the way.  My deepest sympathy to her family and friends and may she rest in peace.

Bebe Bungo-Evansky

06/10/20 02:36 PM #7    

Constance Crockett (Gahagan)

I'm late to the sad news of Susie's death. There was so much to admire about her! Good natured, hardworking, fun, determined and SMART. She was in all ways a star of our class and beyond. 

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