Susan McNicol

 

Born:
June 30th, 1951
Died:
October 29th, 2018

Passed away in Anna-Laberge Hospital, on Monday October 29, 2018, Susan Elizabeth McNicol, born on June 30, 1951 in Ormstown. Predeceased by her parents Roy McNicol and Helen Smallman. She leaves to mourn her sister Jane (Bruce Desjardins), her niece Amanda and nephew Greg (Samantha) and their sons Kayden and Jack. Visitations will be held Saturday, November 10 from noon to 2 p.m., at Rodrigue Montpetit & Fils Funeral Home, 170 Châteauguay Street, Huntingdon. Burial at Isle of Skye Cemetery in Dundee. Online condolences and tributes may be made at www.rodriguemontpetitfils.com

Condoleances (23)

  • Joanne Barrett

    So sorry. Love the picture, it’s how I remember Susan when we both started teaching in Kuujjuaq. Great memories of 40+ years working and playing together.

  • Dave Waldron and Sandy Biduk

    We have so many fond memories of our friend Susan, especially our great trip to Disneyworld! Her artistic and teaching talents, as well as her dedication to the students, were an inspiration to us all.

  • Beverly Makiuk

    I was so sorry to hear of Susan's passing. Yesterday on Halloween Day at Jaanimmarik School in Kuujjuaq , I wore to school the 4 Halloween pins she made for me decades ago. Many adults and kids asked me about the pins and I shared some fond memories of Susan with her students , with me and other friends. It was great to look back and smile !!

  • Elaine Condie Grimsey

    My condolences to all the family. Susan was my teaching partner in Kuujjuaq for many years. I enjoyed her personality and respected her teaching.. She was missed when she left her northern community of so many years. ?

  • Doug Horton

    I'm very sorry to hear about Susan's passing. We always had good laughs while working together in Kuujjuaq. I can still hear her laugh. :) That's what I'll remember the most. Makes me smile, even now with this sad news.

  • Candace Fradette

    My sympathies, Jane, to you and your family.

  • Beverly Makiuk

    Sympathy to Jane and her family. So many decades of teaching together and northern fun times from our twenties until your retirement !

  • Edna Howie

    Saddened to hear of Susan's passing. I knew Susan as I too worked in Kuujjuaq and would see her often as she come by where I worked. I so enjoyed our talks and remember her love of her students and their love of her. My sincere condolences.

  • Cathy, John & Barrie Ford

    So many memories since 1972. Susan cruising Kuujjuaq on her 3-wheel honda, babysitting each others cats, traveling across Canada, her infectious laughter that brought tears to your eyes, and meeting the McNicol family. Susan will not be forgotten.

  • Mary Hughes

    What a pretty young woman she was. My condolences to you all on the loss of your dear sister, sister in law and aunt.

  • Edna Howie

    My condolences. I knew Susan when I worked in Kuujjuaq. Enjoyed our conversations and admired her teaching in Kuujjuaq for those many many years. Many children told me how much they loved Miss McNicol.

  • Marguerite Kopiec

    I am very sorry to hear of Susan's passing. I remember her from my living in Kuujjuaq in the late 80's and early 90's. She was a devoted teacher with the rare skill of addressing individual needs of her students in a multi-level classroom. Great teacher and a caring person. Condolences to her family and friends.

  • Karin and Frank

    Our sympathies to your family. I worked with Sue in Kuujjuaq for many years and will always remember her for her love of teaching, crafts and especially baseball. We always enjoyed watching the World Series together. She loved to laugh and share stories.

  • Ann Grace

    Susan inspired many young students in all her years in Nunavik. She always greeted me with a nice smile. My sympathy to her family and friends.

  • Gaston Côté.

    Je garde de très bons souvenirs de Susan avec qui j’ai eu la chance de travailler pendant plusieurs années à l’ecole Jaanimmarik de Kuujjuaq. Son rire résonne encore dans ma tête. À sa famille et à ses amis, j’offre mes plus sincères condoléances.

  • Pierre Chagnon

    Mes sympathies à la famille et aux proches de Susan McNichol. Voisin de classe à l’école Jaanimmarik de Kuujjuaq en début de carrière, je me souviens de ces sourires d’enfants alors que Susan les récompensait de bonbons à la fin de la semaine, le vendredi pm. Elle arborait elle-même ce sourire enjoué et spontané. Merci d’avoir été un modèle pour ces enfants ainsi que pour ce jeune enseignant.

  • Lorraine Trudel

    My sincere condolences . Susan and I worked together in Kuujjuaq and she taught my youngest daughter . She gave my daughter the love of. Books, Her students learned so much from her. She wanted all her students to strive for the best in themselves. I also remember her laugh and her generosity. We had good times at stitch and bitch. And at the bazaar. May you rest in peace . You will be missed.

  • Heidi Krol

    Jane and family my deepest sympathies on your loss. May God comfort you in this time of morning and everyday of your life.

  • Mary Ann Haney

    I am sorry to hear about Susan's passing. So young. I remember Susan when we were teaching in Kuujjuaq in the early 1980s. She was a popular teacher and good friend to many.

  • Anna-Maria Nicolov

    From reading the comments from Susan's friends, I can't help but feel that she would have been someone I would have enjoyed knowing. My sympathies to Jane, Bruce, Amanda and Greg, and the rest of the family.

  • Jean Robertson

    Dear Jane & Family- I'm so sorry for your loss. I've thought about Susan several times since I saw you at the hospital that day. I was only hoping that she was on her way to recovery. From all the beautiful condolences, it seems that Susan was a wonderful teacher and friend to many. You will certainly miss your sister.

  • Roy Ferguson

    So sorry to hear this. I wish healing to Jane, Bruce, and family.
    Roy

  • Catherine Parceaud

    Shed some tears upon hearing the news. We had some fun times chit-chatting and joking around. Will miss her fierce and simultaneously tender spirit. I loved Susan's inner strength, sense of humour, sharp wit and zappy one-liners. Her craft tables at the Xmas Bazaar, Halloween, Valentine's Day and other events were a feast for the eyes. Sympathies to her family. Rest in Peace Dear Susan xoxox

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