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252 Regent St.
Sudbury, ON P3C 4C8
Phone: (705) 673-9591
Fax: (705) 675-2998
Susan Henault

Susan Darlene Henault

Friday, May 10th, 1963 - Saturday, July 18th, 2020
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In loving memory of Susan Darlene Henault who passed away Saturday, July 18th, 2020 at her residence at the age of 57. Beloved mother of Johnny Beausoleil, Dean Henault-Rouleau, Richard Henault-Robinson (Alysa) and Susie Henault-Robinson. Cherished grandmother of Lydia, Phoenix, Malakai, Marika and Haley. Dear daughter of Clarence and Frances Henault both predeceased. Dear sister of Valda Kieth, Armand Henault (Christine), Gary Henault and predeceased by Vivian, Yvonne and Vern Henault. Sadly missed by nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and her canine buddy Sierra.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Diabetes Canada would be appreciated
Funeral prayers will be held in the R. J. Barnard Chapel, Jackson & Barnard Funeral Home, 233 Larch Street, Sudbury on Saturday, July 25th, 2020 at 2pm. Friends may gather after 12:30pm. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, 80 people or fewer may attend the service, and face masks are mandatory. Others may view the live stream: by clicking here .
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, July 25th, 2020 | 12:30pm - 2:00pm
    Saturday, July 25th, 2020 12:30pm - 2:00pm
    Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home
    233 Larch St.
    Sudbury, ON P3B 1M2
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  • Service

    Saturday, July 25th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Saturday, July 25th, 2020 2:00pm
    R.J. Barnard Chapel
    233 Larch St
    Sudbury, ON P3B 1M2
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    Due to COVID-19 restrictions, 80 people or fewer may attend the service, and face masks are mandatory. Others may view the live stream: by clicking here .
    Fr. Larry Rymes
  • Interment

    Cremation at Park Lawn Crematorium
    379 Horobin St.
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Danielle Boone

Posted at 11:30pm
I remember Aunty Sue like the first day we met her when we were little kids. All of my aunts were cool... but Aunty Sue being the youngest I think, for some reason her “cool-ness” really stuck out. She wore leather pants, boots, had wild blonde hair and beautiful blue eyes. She was like something out of a movie and had this beautiful infectious laugh to match. I wish I had more opportunities to spend with her in our later years... but I will always relish and remember the memories looking up to her and hoping one day I could be that chic. You are missed Aunty Sue, but never, ever forgotten.

Armand Henault

Posted at 09:46pm
To Susan Darlene Henault.
Having a Sister:
During our years growing up, I was lucky to be with my favorite sister. We had many good times in our lives, memories that I’ll always remember and have close to my heart. Susan was a wonderful sister, housewife, mother, grandmother who also valued friendship. I know this because she was my best friend too. Susan was a brave, kind considerate soul, which brings to my mind a day she put family first.
All about Family:
Susan and our older sis were in bad car accident with our Dad back in the mid 1970’s. Sue was in the backseat when the car came to rest after being broadsided and spun around a 360. Susan sustained several bruises, cuts, a broken collar bone, including losing a small piece of her ear. Still, she managed to climb out of the small back window of the car.
It was a scene right out of a movie. She seen our father was shaken up, no serious injuries but maybe his pride. Our older sis was in the front passenger side of the car. She was bleeding profusely from multiple cuts on her back and left side of her head. I just happened to be near the scene to comfort my family while EMS was on the way.
In the meantime, with her injuries, Susan ran several blocks down the road to get our dear mother. I can’t imagine the pain she endured while she braved that run.
I was grateful that God spared my sisters and father that day and so proud of my younger sister Sue. Maybe to some people it wasn’t an act of heroism, but to me, it was more than that. It was about keeping family together during a time of tragedy. She only wanted our mother to be there, to be with us.
More about Susan:
It was in the late 1970’s when Susan met and married her husband John. After they had their first son Johnny, they relocated back east to Ontario. We were all sad to see them leave because we never knew when we might see them again. After many years, Sue and John separated, but Sue was not done being a mother yet. She moved on and was eventually blessed with two more sons, Dean and Ricky and finally her daughter, Susie.
Many years passed before I would see my sister again. It was during a family reunion gathering in Carrot Creek Alberta where we would be reunited. We had so much fun that long weekend; it was nice to catch up for lost time. After that visit, Susan made at least two more long trips back to BC with her kids just to visit her family. I couldn’t imagine what she went through during those long expensive moves especially with three kids in tow, and two of those trips on the greyhound. But she did it, all because she missed her roots.
Susan was Talented:
Susan had many talents, and one of them was art. She was fascinated with drawing horses, (amongst other things) and she was darn good at it. I still have a framed picture of our parents that she sketched by hand that I’ll cherish forever. Sue was also handy with several crafts. I have the wonderful buckle she made me as a gift years back which I hold close to me. She burnt my nickname initials “AJ” on each side of an eagles head because she knew I loved buckles and eagles. I also have a nice hand carving that Sue made for our older sister who passed in 2013. Sue carved an angel on a bone with a heart on the back and inlaid two small stones. She knew our dear sister loved Angels.
And dare we forget that Susan was a great cook. The last time I seen Sue was in 2001 when she had us over for dinner for her famous stuffed tomatoes. She went all out that day because that was what Susan did for people, especially her family. Sue was always a bubbly, laughing, happy camper who never hurt a soul. I’ll never forget her infectious laugh and big smile, blonde hair and blue eyes. After our parents passed, Susan put a lot of work into making a grave marker for them only to find out it wouldn’t be accepted for use by the city.
Yes, her intentions were always good. My sister always aimed to please and that was the best part of this wonderful being. Now that she’s with God, the Angels, and our other passed loved ones we will all hold close to our hearts, the memories we have of Susan Henault.
To my dearest sister Susan:
You may be gone, but I’ll always feel you near,
As we move ahead, I’ll shed random tears.
I was blessed to have you as a friend in my life,
But a little bit longer, would have been nice.
Be now up high with our Angels above,
Fear not my dear sister you’ll always be loved.
Written By Your Loving Brother; Armand Arthur Henault.

Julie Little

Posted at 02:39pm
Susan, I haven't seen you in the last year, but I do remember your smile and your laughter. We shared taking care of your grand daughter when she was a baby. We had some good laughs. You will always be in my heart and mind, my friend. Rest in Peace sweet lady.

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