A life well lived! Family, friends, travel and wonderful adventures.
Sue loved to learn, meet new people and share a story and a laugh. You were a better person for knowing her. She was a thinker and a doer; holding more than one job, a couple of degrees, volunteering, lending a hand and a sympathetic ear when needed. Our family was lucky to see Sue often and we enjoyed rousing games of scrabble, road trips and varied foods from our garden and local fare. If you were her friend you were cherished and she would carve out time to be with you. Your time together meant so much to her and filled her life with fun and a sense of belonging. Always looking for a challenge, she was quick to take on new adventures and opportunities, never sitting still for long, drinking in what life had to offer.
Sue passed away peacefully of heart failure after being diagnosed with pneumonia.
She was predeceased by her father David Charles Bremner and her sister Anne Wentzell (nee Bremner).
She is survived by her mother Madeleine Bremner (nee Pagé) sisters Lorill Jones (nee Bremner) and Francine Skelly (Collin) niece and nephews Tyler (Carly), Kyle (Samantha), Sara and Jack, great niece Abigail and godchild Sophia. She leaves behind former husband Louis Guinan. Sadly missed by her companion Christian and many aunts, uncles cousins and friends.
Enjoy life, meet new people, open your hearts and minds to new experiences and enjoy the food- that would be Sue’s wish for us.
O dance along the silver sand to the beat of the Turtle drum, that youth may last forever and sorrow never come.
Celebration of life to be held in Australia.
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