In Memory

Susan Henry

Susan Henry

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09/27/10 05:13 PM #1    

Lynn Sanders

Sue move to Lawrence in the 7th grade.  She was so painfully shy but really liked to perform on stage.  We sang together in our youth group at Castleton Methodist Church and she was in the production of "Arsenic and Old Lace" our Senior Year with Mr. Goodrum as our director.  She and I reconnected the week before she died at church.  She sat next to me at Sunday School and we talked about old times and I remember her asking about Allan Perkins.  You will be missed will never know how much your talents were admired by those that knew you.

11/20/10 08:52 PM #2    

Susie Heck (Karns)

I cannot believe she is gone. Had she been sick?  She was such a wonderful person, shy but very sweet. Does she have any children etc. God bless her family

05/13/11 05:42 AM #3    

Barbara Landon

Sue died in 1984. I saw her at Christmas in 1982, when she was visiting her sister Cindy's family in NY, and again at Easter in 1983, when we were visiting Indianapolis. She had some hard things happen to her which her mother told me about after she died. I still miss her terribly. She was a good and sensitive person, and a true friend.

06/18/11 07:18 PM #4    

Donna Donarski (Young)

 Sue was such a beautiful girl and had so much potential. We will never know the struggles she endured, but will remember her beautiful smile. I think I understand what happened, but will never know for sure. Sue, we will remember your grace!


07/03/11 11:48 PM #5    

David Thorn

 Sue, Barb Landon and I became fast and great friends at LC. We all went off to different colleges but kept in close contact. Sue ended up at IU with me for a year then we both moved to Palm Beach to work  at Gucci with our great friend Phil Englert. ( She was actually hired by Aldo Gucci to be the face of Gucci in the 70's.) She met her first husband there and moved back to IN. as I did to finish college. After her marriage ended she moved to Tucson AZ. where I was living and lived with me for a while. She modeled here and met her second husband.. When that ended she moved back to Indy. She was such a great, funny and loyal friend. Barb and I both saw her struggles in life . I know we never thought she would leave but she did. Life can be so tough. I am writing this so you all know a little bit about my friend Sue Henry.... I think about her all the time and still dream about her. One great thing about the dreams is she is always young, beautiful and laughing. Your Friend, Thorn

12/29/14 12:57 PM #6    

Terrie Payne (West)

I remember my shock and sadness when my mother told me of Sue's death. From the time I moved to Indy and started at LCHS, I found  Sue to be a dear, friendly person both at school and at Castleton United Methodist. And whether it was passing in the hall between classes, working on Arsenic and Old Lace, or sitting in on an MYF meeting, she was smiling, kind, and honest. I'm just sorry she had to face the hardships life dealt her.

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