Suzanne Park

Obituary of Suzanne Dawna Park

Suzanne Dawna Park (nee Potter), passed this life on November 12th, 2023 at 12:15pm. Suzanne, born on September 6th 1951 was 72 years. Suzy passed as gentle as anyone could. There was no pain, drugs, crying or any thing one would feel upset about. I held her hand and told her many times that I am here and that I loved her. Suzanne was as beautiful through the end as she was during life. Which brings me to the details. 


I must start by telling all that I loved about her (and there are many). Suzanne's life started here in Canada-Windsor, Ontario. She was the fourth daughter to Margret and Harold "Harry" Potter. They moved their family around Canada and the USA where Suzy became interested in travel. However, upon returning to Canada at age 15 they settled in Toronto where she finished her secondary school and Teacher's College.


Suzanne met James Bruce Park and the two were married on May 12th 1973. Three years later, they started a family in Kincardine, Ontario. They had a girl, Stephanie and son, James Jr. "Jimmy". Four years later the family moved to South Korea and Trevor was born there on January 29th 1981.


So now you know the background for Suzy, let me tell you about the person. All her friends and acquaintances in response to the news of her passing-"ALL" said the same thing, that Suzanne was the most beautiful person, not only on the outside but inside also. They pointed out that Suzy never had harsh words to say nor was she ever involved with rumours. I support all of this. To me and family she is a great loss and we love her, especially me. Suzanne over the past 10 years. started to develop dementia and later we found out that she had liver cancer and there was no cure. I must say that Suzy was brave and strong throughout and remained beautiful. There are many great stories that can be told, however I will leave them for a better time and get together. 


I miss Suzy and will always miss and love Suzy, as will the whole family. The most beautiful and gentle person in our lives, Suzy was the glue.   

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