In Memory of
Azusa
Suzuki
1940 - 2014
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Condolence From: Charles R DuFort
Condolence: Dear Suzuki Family, All of us here at the dental clinic are saddened by your mother's loss. We always looked forward to seeing and talking with Azusa. She was so engaging and could speak on so many topics that she never failed to lift our spirits. Few people we know have achieved so much or given so freely to those around them. She will be with us and in our memories for a long time to come. It was her gift to us that we were able to know her. With our deepest sympathy, Charles R. DuFort, D.M.D, and Staff
Tuesday April 01, 2014
Condolence From: Jennifer Price
Condolence: We were sorry to hear of your mothers passing. We lost a dear friend to ALS and know how difficult a disease it is. I did not know your mother well, but have good memories of you, Carol and Tracy helping me with my children when they were young. I respected her through knowing you. Randy and I also spent time in Melaque and enjoyed it. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Thursday March 27, 2014
Condolence From: Mary Hobbs
Condolence: Dear Tracy and Carol, I am sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I remember a few years ago when she organized a special project at Parkdale Elementary School. She had all the children plant sunflower seeds along the fenceline around the school yard. The children were excited to participate in the project, it was a beautiful day. Only a few months later we were able to admire the lovely sunflowers surrounding the green playing fields. It was so typical of her. She will be missed but remembered fondly. Best to you both, Mary Hobbs
Monday March 24, 2014
Condolence From: Charlene and Ron Rivers
Condolence: Dear Tracy and Carol, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I always considered her a dear friend. I was teaching a cooking class on Monday night here in Arizona. I was teaching 15 ladies what to do with won ton wrappers. I did not know she had passed away. I started the class by telling a little story about the first won ton I ate about 35 years ago and the lady who shared them with me. Tracy and my son Aaron were in the same kindergarten and we went on a field trip to The Dalles Dam or somewhere. Azusa took out the lunch she had prepared for Tracy and she offered me a bite. I said what are those and she said Japanese or Chinese Tacos. I don't remember which but they were tacos made with won ton wrappers filled with hamburger and taco seasoning. They were folded into a triangle. I have been using them ever since. Azusa and I had many good times together; over 10 years in 4H and 15 in Sister City. She was always such a hard worker and an inspiration in all aspects of her life. I will miss my friend. Charlene Rivers
Thursday March 20, 2014
Condolence From: Anna Braun
Condolence: Dear Carol and Brian- I'm so sorry to hear about your mother. She sounds like such a wonderful person and I know you were very close. The story of her life in her obituary is incredible. She raised a very strong and special daughter. Anna Braun
Wednesday March 19, 2014