In Memory Of STEVENS nee Beattie, Susan

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Visitation Information

Kane & Fetterly Funeral Home
5301 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec
October 13, 2018
14:00 - 17:00 /
Susan Beattie Stevens
(September 28, 1940 to October 7, 2018)
Born to Cora and Newell Beattie of Arnprior, Ontario, where she lived with her beloved sister Jane until her education took her to the University of Toronto. There she earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts and Master’s degree in History. Susan was a passionate artist; painting scenes of life and portraits of those she loved; a founding member of the Pineau Painters; a creative cook who hosted the most fun and festive family dinners; and a talented seamstress who crafted award-winning Halloween costumes and prom dresses.
Loving and devoted mother of Kate, Tom, Caroline, and Elizabeth, she so appreciated the love and support of her sons and daughter in-law, Dana, David, and Cindy. Her greatest joys later in life were her eight grandchildren: Penelope, Oliver, Lucas, Imogen, Addison, Sebastien, Sophie and Rebecca.
Deepest thanks to the dedicated and kind women who cared for Susan during the most difficult years of her long illness: Lola, Tina, Jackie, Carmen, Miss Delta and Miss Joyce. Susan passed away at home in Montreal with those who loved her at her side. Her strong spirit and dry sense of humour will be deeply and eternally missed.
Visitation will be at Kane & Fetterly Funeral Home, 5301 Decarie Blvd., Montreal, QC, on Saturday October 13th, 2:00 – 5:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Covenant House, https://www.covenanthousetoronto.ca/homeless-youth/Home.aspx.

Messages for the Family of STEVENS nee Beattie, Susan

From: Dave klassen

Thinking of you and your family. Hope you find comfort in warm memories and interactions with each other.
From: Lisa Mulvihill

Thinking of all of you during this difficult time. Words cannot express how terribly sad this is. I hope it helps even a little to know so many people are thinking of you.
From: Anne McHugh

I was so very sorry to hear of the unexpected passing of your mom. I hope the many happy memories that you and your siblings share of her bring you comfort at this terribly sad time.
From: Karin Dobbs

Dear Liz and family,
I am so sorry to hear of the death of your mother and grandmother. I hope remembering the love you shared with her can help you find peace in this sad time.
Lots of hugs
Karin
From: Bess Aramakis

Dear Liz & Family,
May the memories you created over the years with your beloved mother bring you comfort during this difficult time. She was blessed to have such a kind and loving family.
With our deepest condolences,
Bess Aramakis & Family
From: Linda Reinstein

Please know that I’m thinking of you and sending love your way during this difficult and sad time.
From: Herb & Suzanne Hannan

Herb & I would like to offer our deepest sympathy to all the Stevens family .Our prayers are going out to each of you at this sad time .
From: Carla and Oliver

Dear Caroline, Dana, Sebastien and Imogen, we send you our deepest and most sincere condolences at this sad and difficult time. We send you warm hugs and love. Carla, Oliver Leo and Andreas
From: Samer

Dear Tom and Cindy, Nadia and I express our very sincerer condolences. I hope you find comfort in her nice memories.
From: WSP (Dan & Megan)

Tom, from all your friends and colleagues at WSP, please accept our most sincere condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. You and your family are in our thoughts.
From: Kris McGee

Liz and family,

You are in my thoughts. May your memories hold her close to your hearts.
From: Lynda Harris

Susan filled her home with love and creation. In addition to her paintings; Elizabeth, Tom, Caroline ad Katie you were also her works of art. She will be with you and your children always in a smile, a touch, or a melody.
Susan was a witty, generous, and brilliant best friend, and our family loved her very much.
Michael and Lynda xxxx