Susan Allen

Susan Margaret Allen

Tuesday, January 15th, 1957 - Wednesday, July 1st, 2020
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Allen, Susan

Susan has taken the next step in her journey on July 1, 2020 following her battle with cancer. Sue leaves behind her cherished husband Rodney Black, loving daughter Daniella Stiuso (Rob Mendez), beloved grandchildren Selina, Tristan and Gia, as well as her loving mother Margaret. Survived by sister Sandy Kirkwood and brother-in-law Bob Kirkwood. Predeceased by father Bill "Lefty" Allen. As per Sue's wishes, cremation has taken place. Arrangements entrusted to Smith's Funeral Home (905-632-3333) For those who wish, donations in memory of Sue to The Carpenter Hospice would be sincerely appreciated by the family.
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Catherine Warrener

Posted at 06:08pm
To my dear sweet Susan!! I so recall our friendship in high school and tagging together on weekends, hopping to the local parties together And having such fun!!! You were so sweet and kind And not deserving of this horrible fight til the end! You are now in My thoughts and trust that your family has succumbed to your final breath with dignity and love. RIP MY DEAR FRIEND!

Cindy Titford

Posted at 10:06am
To Rod Selina and family. I had the pleasure to get to know Sue through Selina as my daughter attended school with Selina at Maplehurst PS. I loved how caring and thoughtful Sue was, always bringing joy to the girls as they played together. Our thoughts and support are with the family as they walk together through this difficult time.

Kathryn Tregurtha

Posted at 09:23am
My sincerest condolences to Rod, Selina, Daniela and all of Sue's family. I met Sue at RBC, but didn't get to know her until we started with Manulife, and we rode the GO to and from work many, many times. She was such a sweet, funny, caring person. We shared many laughs, and some tears over the years. She was my work buddy, and I missed her daily when her illness took her from work. I have so many good memories of Sue, but my favourite was when we were new to riding the GO and decided to walk down the clear side of the GO platform ... wondering why no-one else was doing that ... as we walked the VIA went by at HIGH speed and she and I SCREAMED and held onto each other, while people stared at us like we were crazy. We didn't walk on that side of the platform again, and laughed about the VIA experience for years.
My world was brighter for knowing Sue. Rest in peace Sue.

Mickie D'Annessa

Posted at 09:13pm
Mickie D'Annessa,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I was deeply saddened to hear the sad news. I was lucky enough to work with Sue from the days at RBC/Manulife. I will never forget the warmth of her smile that she brought to the office each and every day from the moment we meet. How she embraced all my stories and laugher I was lucky to call her my friend. Sue will always be in my heart and memories.
Rest in peace my dear friend.

Tracy Emberson

Posted at 03:59pm
So sad to hear this news. Sue will be dearly missed. I worked with Sue at both RBC and Manulife and she was always a classy lady with eternal optimism. A beautiful smile and a beautiful laugh, you will be missed.


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