In memory of Sue Williamson |

In memory of Sue Williamson

Dear Sue … we honor your memory, your pride, your spirit and desire to help others. You were known and loved by many in Aspen, your years here as a teacher, caterer and RFTA employee were just some of the impressions you made.

Everyone remembers the Easter Egg hunt you organized; it was such a success. You inspired all of us with your energy, your spunk and your strength.

Your strong opinions only made us love and respect you more. You made us laugh, you told so many stories, we got to know you so well. We were and still are your cheerleaders, we know your beauty and your gifts of humanity to others.

We will all miss you. Thank you, Sue.

Friends who will always have you in their thoughts.

Barrie Harms


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