Sue Lucy Pearl Johnston

In Memorial

November 27, 1947 – April 4, 2019

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our Mom, grandma and friend on April 4th, 2019 at age of 71. She will be great missed by her children Marcy (Allan), Karl (Emma) and Noelle (Doug) and Bill’s children Sharen (Glen), Sheila (Dave) and Alanna (Allan), her brothers, her grandchildren, extended family and endless friends and Lulu. For those who knew Mom will remember her for her love for Bill – the love of her life, her children, her grandchildren, her many hours volunteering at Trinity United Church, her love for gardening and food, going for walks and collecting rocks…
Mom worked in Early Child Care at SFU and then finished her career at Harbour View Daycare to retire at 65. Mom had an outpouring love for the children at daycare, her own children, Bill’s children and all the grandchildren… especially the grandchildren.
She read books to them like ‘Good Night Moon’, sang songs like ‘Baby Beluga in the Deep Blue Sea’, made play-dough and built tents over the dining room table. Now Mom and Bill are together again… holding hands, travelling in the RV or just doing a little gardening.
Please join us in a celebration of life will be held at Trinity United Church (2211 Prairie Ave. Port Coquitlam) on April 20th at 11am.

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  1. Deepest condolences to your family.
    Sue was an wonderful coworker, educator, mentor and friend to so many. I take her lessons on working with others and delighting in children into my practice every day. She will be missed.

  2. Sue and I became friends when she was 7 – I was 9 – being a March birthday.
    The Pollock kids (Sue, Warren, Myrna and Bruce – Gary was older and much too refined) and the Shunter girls (Sandra and Lynne) were a happy childhood gang roaming about the countryside – swimming in the river, skating on the canals, exploring the fields and woods. Kids don’t get to do that unsupervised these days. We did and we survived. Sue and I remained friends and only lost contact somewhere around 1998. I guess we were too busy with our lives. I miss you, Sue. You were a wonderful friend to me.

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