Suzanne K. Blake (UPDATED)
1959 ∼ 2020
Nancy Kleinstuber Carey of Fenwick Island DE wrote:
Sue, I will love you and miss you forever. There are so many happy memories of growing up together. So many great times raising our children together even if we were often on different sides of the country. We will be laughing and crying reminiscing about you for years to come. You will always be here in our hearts and in our memories. Love you dear sister.
Jonnie Lyn Evans of Newburyport wrote:
Sue was the kindest, most supportive person in my son's life when his father passed, essentially stepping in as surrogate mother the summer of 2014. I will forever be appreciative of her and Jack. With my deepest sympathy and condolences, Jonnie Lyn
Ned Bean of Edgartown wrote:
It is with a heavy heart that I learned of Sue's passing. Sue was a beacon of light in the neighborhood, (..with Marley too.), always stopping to chat and catch up. Please let me know if I may be of assistance as I'm right next door. With sympathy, Ned
Deborah & Jeff Noyes of North Beach, MD wrote:
Sue, the sister I never had, you were the kindest, most selfless, giving person I have ever known. Jeff, Hannah and I were so lucky that our paths crossed and lives shared since Kodiak. I can’t have any memory of Kodiak without you in it. Your laugh, your smile.... always being there for everyone. I am hurting... your loss is immense. Love you girlfriend.
CHAD Hickman of millville De. wrote:
So sorry for your loss.
Tina and Jess Walton of Temecula Ca wrote:
I am absolutely heartbroken over hearing of Sue’s passing. I don’t have a memory in Cape Cod Ma. without her. We worked together and spent our time off together. Sitting on her deck talking for hours,15 Observatory Lane was like my second home. Sue and her wonderful kids embraced me, they made me feel like I belonged with them. Sue & I talked, we laughed, we told stories. I learned from her the kind of mom (she was the most natural mother), friend, and person I wanted to be. Sue was the most empathetic, caring and loving soul, all while rocking a awesome sense of humor. Sue impacted who I am as a person, I’m eternally grateful for knowing, loving, & laughing with her.....and boy did we laugh!!!!!
Greg Tietmeyer of Clarksville De wrote:
My sincere condolences to the Blake, Ryan and Kleinstuber families for your loss. Suzanne and I were classmates and graduates of the class of “77” from Indian River High School. I remember Suzanne as friendly, outgoing and popular during our high school years. I am deeply saddened to hear of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Cindy Newton Kerns of Hagerstown MARYLAND wrote:
I am a friend of Sue’s from Fenwick. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. She was always a fun spirit. Prayers sent your way. Cindy Newton Kerns
Jenny Fredericks of Falmouth, MA wrote:
Sue was always supportive of me and my family. Checking in and asking how each of us were doing. When times were not so good she gave me advice and when things were great you could really tell she was genuinely happy for us. I will miss our talks and her jokes. I will always have so many great memories of our trips for work. She kept me out of trouble when she wasn’t part of the ruckus. I appreciate having known you and you will surely be missed.
Diane Dmitri of Vineyrad haven, MA wrote:
Sue was a fun friend everybody wish and would love to have. I miss her laugh. Jack I am so sorry for your sudden loss.
Tena Davies of Edgartown wrote:
Jack, please accept my deepest sympathies on your loss. May God comfort and console you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sharon Minehart of centerville wrote:
I met Sue when I went to work with the Coast Guard in Cape Cod, my husband was active duty and she had had some of the same experiences as I had had. She never judged or had an unkind word to say about anyone. My heart is breaking for her kids that meant the world to her.
Nicole Cabot of West Tisbury MA wrote:
I am shattered to hear of Sue's passing. I cannot believe such a warm and strong light is gone. Sue had a smile that could make everyone around her happy. Sending my condolences to everyone who knew and adored Sue.
Gail Marvel Horsey of Laurel De wrote:
So sorry to hear this my thoughts and prayers are with you all
Regina Abiles of FL wrote:
Sympathy and prayers got out to Sue's family. Sue was a wonderful friend in Kodiak. After that, her involvement in the Theo's Work mission in Haiti took me down that same path. Her fun-loving spirit was balanced by her deep compassion. May her family find comfort in the joyful memories as they face difficult days ahead.
Duncan Ross of OAK BLUFFS wrote:
I was very surprised as I read today's MV Times. I will sorely miss Sue's cherry voice when I call to order oysters. My contact with her over the years was always pleasant. Most recently working with her on the donated oysters for the Animal Shelter's on line auction will be my favorite fondest memory. Rest in Peace Dear Sue. Duncan
Judith Warrington of Ocean View wrote:
In deepest sympathy
Marylou and ken tribou of Kingston ma wrote:
We loved sue so much and jack and her family and we will do ever thing we can to support them all with all our love
Robin and Jack breen of edgartown ma wrote:
Our sincerest sympathies to Jack and Suzanne's families. We were so very sad to hear of Suzanne's passing and will miss seeing her smiling face on our walks by.
Cheryl Mannon-Harrell of Catonsville, MD wrote:
I lived next door to Sue in Aspen Hill,Maryland, she was so much fun and had such a vivid imagination. I'm so sorry to see this, I was just trying to reconnect with childhood friends. So very sorry for your loss.
Larry Bliss of Laconia New Hampshire wrote:
Please accept our condolences- I heard she was such a loving person - I met her I’m sure at one time maybe at a gathering with Jen and Bryan or Stephanie and John - such a large family - I’m sure she will be missed by all - Love and Peace - Larry and Beej
Jill Bouck of West Tisbury, MA wrote:
I’m devastated at the news of Sue’s passing. She absolutely was one one the kindest persons I have ever known. She was my dental hygienist until she retired and then our connection for the wonderful sweet neck oysters. I know my husband ( who is away right now) will also feel terrible about this loss and would wish to send his deepest condolences to Jack and the rest of the family at this difficult time. You will be in our thoughts and prayers -
Stephanie Tilton of Edgartown MA wrote:
I am so sorry for your loss.
ROBIN NICKERSON QUINN of Homosassa, Florida wrote:
John and Debbie Smith of Edgartown Ma wrote:
Please accept our condolences on your loss, our Thoughts and Prayers to you and your families.