Obituary of Susan Nihill
Through the journey of life, we make many friends. Sue left her mark on all of us from her love of animals, birds, the support of numerous organizations and her love of music and dance. Sue worked on a farm in BC and was employed in banking over a wide area, including the far north. Sue always carried a sense of pride, knowledge, dignity, and a lust for life. Sue’s wisdom was dispensed with equal vigour to friends and foes, the fence line of life is long and twisted. At times the friendships we make along this path strengthen the remaining posts in the front of the path through life. We hope to leave peace, kindness, and inspiration to those left behind and for the generations to come. Sue has achieved her goals. We would like to thank all the staff of the Saint Joseph’s Hospital/Foyer d’Youville, Gravelbourg, SK, for their kindness and support in maintaining a high quality of life and dignity for Sue, Sue’s friends are many, this list is only a small few of those friends. Nancy & Leigh Biggs, Arlene Rand, Christine Ross, Sylvester Bechal, Eva and Roy Pthebeau, Bill Bears, Roy and Yolanda Karrison, and Tim and Bob Parks. Rest in peace old friend.
Susan Daisy Mae Nihill of Mankota, Saskatchewan was born November 3, 1941, and passed away December 27, 2022, at the Foyer d’Youville, Gravelbourg she was predeceased by her husband Kenneth “Ken” Nihill