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Susan Molengraaf

Susan Lynn Molengraaf

Friday, September 7th, 1956 - Friday, February 28th, 2020
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Obituary

Susan Lynn Molengraaf

It is with great sadness that we share the passing of Susan Lynn Molengraaf (nee Dickie) on Friday February 28, 2020. Susan resided in Calgary with her husband Chris. Susan was born September 7, 1956 in Sarnia, Ontario to Gordon Caldwell Dickie and Marilyn Estelle Dickie.

Susan is survived by her mother, Marilyn of Calgary; her son, Jeremy (Desiree); grandchildren, Madelyn, Lyla, Jace and Jeron. Susan is fondly remembered by Madelyn and Lyla's mother, Megan; son, Corey (Ally); grandson, Cobey and by Cobey's mother, Chelsey; daughter, Lisa (Frazer); grandchildren, Autumn, Evelyn and Dominic; and by her brother, John (Karen); nephew, Ben; niece, Gloria; brother, Kevin (Shelley); nephew, Sam; niece, Beverley and nephew, Blair. Susan is predeceased by her father, Gordon Caldwell Dickie on October 4, 2019.

Susan was a loving caring wife, mother, sister, aunt and grandmother who loved animals, fostered many rescue dogs and supported the local rescue in Calgary. In lieu of flowers we would invite you to make a donation to the Calgary Humane Society or a SPCA of your choice in Susan’s memory.

The family invites anyone who wishes to attend a Celebration of Susan’s Life at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (703 Heritage Drive SW, Calgary, AB) on Monday, March 23, 2020 at 1:30 pm. Service will start at 2:30 pm with a reception to follow.

To view and share photos, condolences and stories of Susan, please visit www.choicememorial.com.
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    Monday, March 23rd, 2020 | 2:30pm
    When
    Monday, March 23rd, 2020 2:30pm
    Location
    St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
    Address
    703 Heritage Drive SW
    Calgary, Alberta
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marianne Roorda- Bisschop

Posted at 07:41pm
My condolences Chris and your family
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Patricia Pearson

Posted at 05:08pm
So sorry, Chris and the family, on the loss of Susan. Many fond memories of our home in Chatham and our cottage in Bayfield, and the visits of your family with us.... Patricia Pearson

Kim Copeland

Posted at 11:14am
So very saddened to hear of Susan's passing. We shared a love of animals and would chat about her foster work with Furever Homes and our love of pomeranians. Sending thoughts to all of her family, friends.

Gloria Dickie

Posted at 07:19pm
Susan was a kind, selfless and loving aunt who was taken from us too soon. She will be missed greatly by all her family in Alberta, and in Ontario. She lived for her children, grandchildren and rescue dogs. I'll always remember the camping trips we took as a big family to Kananaskis growing up, sitting around the campfire with Aunt Susan in the Trilium and Chloe on her lap. Even though we lived far apart, she always sent well wishes for every occasion. I'll cherish the time I was able to spend with her. Love to everyone. xoxo

Dianne Stewart

Posted at 06:32am
A friend like no other. My heart is broken. Susan and I shared our middle name and she was my birthday twin. She was the kind of friend that judged no one. She was always there to talk and solve the world problems over the internet. She truly loved her children and her grandchildren. I will cherish the memories forever in my heart. Until we meet again my dear friend.
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