Condolences for Sarah Sue Bryant Partin

Ed and Sharon Van Alstine posted on 4/11/21

Howard and Family, We have only just learned of Sue's passing. What a treasure she was to us as neighbors in Wyckoff. We are grateful of her solid relationship with her Lord, and look forward to being "neighbors" again someday.


Rosemarie & Mike Navatta posted on 3/25/21

We were so sorry to hear of Sue's passing, Howard, which we just learned about today. When you called, she was still with us. So sorry! We will always remember the trip to Italy we all shared ~ so many laughs ~ such fun, when you attended our daughter's graduation from university there. We will never forget her and her joyous spirit and always your good care of her.


Michael Waradzin posted on 3/17/21

Howard, I am so sorry to hear to hear of Sue’s passing. Please accept my condolences


Bob and Mary Etta Cope, now in Lago Vista, TX posted on 3/15/21

Sue Partin's recipe for life: We first met the Partin family at church in NJ, and raised our families there. Sue sang joyfully unto the Lord at all times, and baked and served her way thru many church fellowship lunches. Today I often take Sue's Corn Casserole to a fellowship, and will always remember her fondly for sharing her life with us for a while in NJ. Sue's Corn Casserole Preheat oven to 375 degrees, and mix all the following ingredients in a single bowl. 3 eggs 1 cup milk 1/4 cup sugar 2T flour 1/4t salt 1/8 lb butter melted 1 can cream corn 3 cans white shoepeg corn Bake 1 hour - and then share with good fellowship. We celebrate the life of your wife and mother, and rejoice that she is singing joyfully now with Jesus and the saints.


Faye Taylor posted on 3/15/21

My dad and I are sad to hear of your loss. We both enjoyed Sue and you at the senior center. I was very proud of the way she continued to carry on even in the progression of her illness.


Dan posted on 3/14/21

Sorry to hear of Sue's death. She sure tried her best to enjoy life. My condolences. Dan


Skeets & Delores Brady posted on 3/14/21

Howard, our prayers are with you and your family. So sorry for your loss. Sue certainly served the Lord wherever your family lived. God bless you all during this time.



Pat Thomas Benefield posted on 3/14/21

My condolences



Pat Thomas Benefield posted on 3/14/21

My condolences


Ed & Darlene Canoles posted on 3/14/21

Howard/Family, We have so many memories of Susie Q at the Little River Senior Center. I remember how she couldn't get in the door fast enough so we could all greet her in the morning and ask her how she was doing and she would always answer with " I'm HUNGRY" LOL!! Boy, that girl could eat, especially the treats I used to make her. You wanted her to wait till she ate her lunch and she had other ideas, LOL!! I'll never forget that BIG Smile she had on her face except when she was fussing with you that day, LOL. How about all those Beautiful pictures she colored at the Center, she has her own wall of them, LOL. Susie Q is Face To Face with Our Lord & Savior and at PEACE!! Our Love & Prayers are with you, and may Our Lord Comfort You/Yours during this Difficult Time. Love & Prayers, Ed & Darlene


Harriet Cates posted on 3/13/21

We could talk about our Lord for hours with Susie, she and Caleb talked often at church when she was well. Howard has cared for her so, we love you Howard and grieve with you. Know our Susie is well now, our prayers for family.


Harriet Cates posted on 3/13/21

Harriet and Caleb Cates