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Susan Mary Robinson

Passed 08/19/2021

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Obituary For Susan Mary Robinson

Age 71, passed away peacefully in Hants West Regional Hospital the afternoon of August 19, 2021with her family by her side. Susan was
predeceased by her lifelong friend and husband, Philip Robinson, in September 2020. Susan was a daughter of Irma Gaudet, better
known as "Goodie" and Bruce Maclean. She was born in Montreal, Que. She is survived by her children, Sarah, Jennifer and Christopher Robinson, and her sister, Heather Maclean.
Susan’s legacy includes her grandchildren, Josephine, Comtois, Freya, Sylvie and Elyse Lee and Reese Robinson. Susan served as a RN in
the cardiovascular unit in Halifax for over 40 years. She was known as 'Sue Rob' and highly respected for her caring manner with patients
and families and expertise as an intensive care nurse. Susan lived life to the fullest. Her smile and laughter would brighten your day. Susan’s favourite pastime was racing on Greeneyes, a
classic vessel Roue/20 in the Chester Race Week Regatta. Susan loved to sail with her sister, best friends and daughters; known as the "Greeneyes Girls". Susan will be dearly missed and forever remembered. Her family will host a celebration of Susan's life on Friday September 24th, from 2-5 p.m. at the family farm. All are welcome.

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  • Susan was a joy, gutsy and full of spunk! The world has lost a fine woman. She will be missed. Condolences to her family. Courage!

  • There was no one as bright and light as Susan. She forged ahead in life with confidence, laughter and knowledge it would be a wonderful adventure. Susan loved her family fiercely. They are blessed to carry on her ability to face life with strength, laughter and curiosity.

  • I knew Sue from when I began in CVICU way back in 79! I was lucky enough to have a sail with her and Matinis at RNSYS and a few trips to the farm - I remember watching her feed dead chicks to her falcon one visit!!! She was always so full of life and so full of fun!! I remember some fun lunch times were when she'd bring in a pile of veggies raw and cut them all up for lunch!! There was almost always a smile on her face and a giggle in her throat!! She loved her family above all and my heart goes out to you! My deepest sympathies.💔

  • I am very sorry for your loss. I worked with "Sue Rob" in CVICU in the 90's and have great memories of sharing "sailing salty sea dog stories" with her on night shifts. She was one of these ladies who came on shift and looked like a million bucks and at the end of the shift looked exactly the same. I am so sorry she has left us. Most sincerely, Jeannette Combes

  • We are very saddened to hear about Susan's passing. I think of Susan like a mother, mentor and friend. We shared so many moments, vacations, and happy times together. We are lucky to have been able to have her in our lives. Please know Marielle and I are thinking of our family during this difficult time. Love you Susan, Katie and Marielle x

  • Susan was the best. I have so many amazing memories with her. It's not fair she had to leave this world so early. I feel blessed to have known her and have her a part of our family. I pray her legacy will live on with laughter, sense of adventure and kindness forever. We love you Susan!

  • Susan was my oldest and dearest friend. I have so many happy, fun memories growing up with Susan (and Heather) in the 60s and 70s. We had countless crazy adventures which to this day still make me laugh out loud. Everyone loved Susan, she was an amazing lady with an incredible spirit who loved life and lived life to the fullest. Sending love and big hugs to all her family. Margie xox

  • "Sue Rob " was a one of a kind nurse in CVICU , her patience and caring were exceeded by none . I loved working with Sue and loved all the shenanigans and tales she would tell . ❤️Heartfelt condolences to all her family -Bev

  • To The Family of Susan Robinson: Ronnie & I send our heartfelt condolences on the passing Susan. She was such a loving young lady to everyone that knew her. She will be greatly missed by many. Sending her family much love at this time. May Susan rest in peace. Hugs from: Ronnie & Patti Phillips

  • I'm sending heartfelt hugs from Prince George, BC. I am so sorry to hear of Susan's passing. I have special memories of our times at Heather and Susan's house. I was always welcomed by Goodie and the two aunts. We were often up to mischief, and we usually blamed it on Susan since she was the youngest. But I realize now that maybe our pranks were her ideas to start with. Whenever I visit Pointe Claire, I do the neighbourhood walk and remember the families house by house. We were a small community. I am thankful to have been able to see photos of Susan on Facebook. I loved her infectious smile which brightened my day even though I'm so far away. Judy Chown

  • Worked many a night shift with Susan- her stories were brilliant, her crafts(and soups) were amazing, her sense of adventure and zest for life were palpable- she was stylish , smart, and loved her farm and her family most❤️

  • So sorry to hear that Sue has passed away. I have fond memories of her smile on those long CVICU shifts many years ago. My condolences to her children.

  • I was so shocked and saddened to read of Susan's passing. So young and vibrant. Didn't realize Phil passed last year as well. I've known Susan (and Heather) my whole life as well as their dear late Mom, Goodie. Our families were inseparable way back in the Pointe Claire days. Please know that I am thinking of you all at this most difficult time. XO Linda Churchill Kagan

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