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Ginny Suter 28 March 1945 - 09 May 2013

Ginny lost her very long battle against cancer on Thursday 9th May, 50 days after Dick died from leukaemia. (see Dick Suter Donate in Memory page)

Friends and family have been so generous on raising money on Dick's Donate in Memory page, however the family do not want flowers at the funeral in Cannes France and if you would like to make a very small contribution to this cancer charity that helps cancer research, they would be very grateful with your personal message.

Ginny's funeral took place on Friday, May 17th at the Crematorium de Cannes: Chemin de la Plaine de Laval, 06150 Cannes La Bocca, France

£1,652.50 plus £169.38 of Gift Aid was collected for Cancer Research.

The following tributes were made on the Cancer Research Ginny Suter page:

Grasse Patchwork Group "With the most heartfelt sympathy from the members of the patchwork group. Ginny's courage & fortitude in the face of such trials has impressed us all - Linda, Rachel, Jane, Christiane, Sheila, Jennifer, Marie-Claire, Clara, Mally, Lene, Lizzie, Buthaynah, Lesley, Pooh, Denise, Natacha, Elizabeth, Vivien, Eileen, Gillian & not forgetting members who have changed countries - Kristine, Sherry & Sheila Rees" .

Sally Suter "In memory of dear Ginny, who will be sadly missed." .

Evelyn Adams "Ginny, you always made me feel a VIP!!! Love from Evelyn, Nicolas & Michelle"

Alex and James "With much Love, Alex and James"

Steve and Sarah Mcalindin "In memory of Ginny and Dick"

Diana "In memory of my very dear friend Ginny - I shall miss you greatly."

Pierre and Gayla Burnay "In memoriam of our friend Ginny, whose friendship meant so much to us. We will miss her dearly. We are in thought and prayer with Pascale and Marianne."

Anita Suter "To a beautiful, witty and lovely lady who will be greatly missed. We will always have our memories. Love to Marianne and Pascale who were so supportive during her illness. XX"

Wendy-Ann and Richard "We have many happy memories and will look forward to sharing them with family and friends in July"

Peter Adams "I am sure that both Ginny and Dick would say...spend the money on a good bottle of wine and drink a toast to us. So I have done that, cheers guys and now this is to leave something a little more substantial than a hangover in memory of two really lovely people. You will be sadly missed by all."

Gráinne and Philip "We will greatly miss your fabulous sense of humour, cooking, hospitality, jokes, wonderful company and providing us with our holiday photos. Dick and Maura will make sure you conduct yourself. Lots of love Gráinne and Philip"

Ciarán "Aunty Diva, thank you for all the fun times! Good to know that you'll be keeping Dick on his toes again!"

Amanda & Jack "Ginny, you are with Dick now, but words cannot describe the void without you - we spent so many hours together, fun, work and laughter. Life without will never be quite the same. We loved you so much. Kathryn and Laura join us in sending deepest sympathies to Marianne and Pascale and families."

Sandie and Ray Prowse "Many very happy memories of being led astray by Ginnie, starting in our flying days in the '60s, although she blamed me! All our love, Sandie and Ray"

'Fred' and Andy "True friends are hard to find, difficult to leave and forever with us. Dear Ginny and Dick we will always have you in our hearts. Love from us both"

Elisabeth & Dale Phillips "We will miss you Ginny, but now you and Dick are together again. Thanks for your kind hospitality and all the memories you have left to us."

JIM & ELLA "Dearest Ginny, We will remember you with happiness for all the good times we had together, Ella especially after being your friend for 47 years. We will never forget you. You spread so much sunshine and happiness for everyone around you with your beautiful smile. We will love you forever, Ella and Jim"

Donal & Lisa "Ginny will always be remembered for bringing fun, life, debate and a huge dose of glamour with her, wherever she went. Ginny - We'll miss you very much and will always remember to drink a toast to you and Dick."

Fleur "With love"

The Karlsen family "In memory of a great friend, may Ginny rest in peace. She will always be remembered by us all!!"

Sule & Turgay Ural "In memory of our beloved friends Ginny & Dick. Rest in peace."

Sarah Green "Going to miss you Ginny, had some amazing times playing bridge with you. Love Sarah"

Sheila and David Greaves "In memory of Ginny, someone who loved life and lived it to the full."

Ann and John Dwelly "In memory of Ginny. A lovely lady."

Candy and Mike Piercy "In memory of Dick and Ginny - lovely people who will be much missed."

Janet Suter "Dear Marianne and Pascale & family. I was so sorry to hear of the death of your mother, so soon after the death of your father. I would like to send my condolences to you both and all the family. Janet"

For many years when Ginny lived in Belgium at Waterloo and Ohain near Brussels she hosted a radio programme on local radio every Friday "Friday at 2"

Pictured below are Sule Ural and Irene Lynch, pictured kindly supplied by Sule, but unfortunately did not have one of Ginny in the studio. Sule is on the left and Irene on the right. Apart from presenting this programme and interviewing numerous people over the years, her media skills also included writing for magazines like Internationals in Belgium and Plug-In Belgium. Her funeral service was held on Friday 17th May 2013 appropriately at 2 p.m.

Dick and Ginny leaving the Boggi shop in Sanremo 29th January 2013 (Image does not enlarge) Photo Marianne Vos


Ginny Suter 28 March 1945 - 09 May 2013

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