Reeves, Susan

August 10, 1955 – March 1, 2024

It is with deep sorrow that our family tells you of the passing of our amazing Susan due to complications from advanced primary progressive MS. She leaves behind a legacy of love and hope for everyone who ever knew her in any capacity. Unparalleled in faith and spirit, she has left us to continue doing God’s work in ways we’ll never understand. Her parents, Claude and Mary-lynn Thomas are predeceased as is her brother Allan. She is survived by her husband Rev Dan Reeves, her children Eric Johnston (Kris) and Amanda Richardson (CJ) in Atlanta GA, and Natalie Genoe (Don) and Daniel Reeves in Sudbury. Proud Grandma and Nanny to Mary, Timothy, Sarah Kate, Luke and Claire. Loved by so many wonderful cousins. Cherished by so many friends and those she has touched over the years. Susan was a warrior for so many issues where people were discriminated against, and not given the dignity and respect that is due every human being. She wanted you to know that you are loved. A Celebration of Susan’s Life will take place at Calvin Presbyterian Church, 1114 Auger Ave, Sudbury on Saturday March 16, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. Donations in her honour to the Sudbury Food Bank and Calvin Presbyterian Church.


6 Condolences

  1. Hey Dan. My deepest condolences to you and your loved ones. Hope you are doing well.

    By: Pamela Brennan
    April 8, 2024
  2. Susan was an extraordinary person, who touched the lives of many. I offer my deepest condolences for your loss and wish you and your family strength during this difficult time.

    By: Larry Jenkins
    March 20, 2024
  3. Love you girl, we’ll meet again.

    By: Heather Kirkness
    March 5, 2024
  4. Susan had no idea how many people were inspired and blessed by her presence, her witness and her service. I am better for having her in my life from childhood. Will miss her dearly, but will celebrate her heavenly joy.

    By: Carole Bomar Matthews
    March 4, 2024
  5. Susan and I were blessed to be in a loving family of aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was an inspiration to me when I was down. She inspired my daughter and she was the best cousin, confidant and friend. I will miss her until I see her again. Love you Dan and all of her wonderful family.

    By: Richard Bomar
    March 4, 2024
  6. Dan and Family,

    Tim and I are saddened to hear of Susan’s passing. I know by faith she is in a Heavenly Kingdom. She loved the Lord. She was a dear froend from our days in Fairburn and Campbell High School. What Fun we had. She will be missed dearly. Our Love, thoughts & Prayers!!!

    By: Tim & Karen Dinsmore
    March 4, 2024

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