Susan Ann (McCrae) Boyd

Susan Ann (McCrae) Boyd of Seattle passed on February 13th at the age of 69.  Susan was born in Seattle to Albert and Betty McCrae on September 12, 1946.  Susan is survived by her loving husband of 48 years Byron, children Byron III, Alicia and grandchildren Mark, Lilia, Natalie, and her brother Dick.

She was a loving and dedicated mother, grandmother and wife.  Susan attended Ingraham High School in Seattle and had many friends in the Broadview area of Seattle where she grew up as well as friends and family throughout the US, Scotland and England.  She is in our hearts as the loving and caring spirit of our family.  May God bless her.

12 Responses to “Susan Ann (McCrae) Boyd”

  • Frank and Jeanette Wilner says:

    Sue’s soft, caring and patient countenance complimented a warm personality that said simply and tellingly, “I want to be your friend.” Her love for family was evident and special. There is no better way to be remembered than to be remembered warmly, and she will be.

    Frank and Jeanette Wilner, Fredericksburg, Va.

  • Bud Davis says:

    Sue will always be remembered by me as kind, generous of herself and forever patient when many of us would descend upon her usually unannounced. She was family to all who knew her.May God Bless you and keep you Susan…

  • David L. & Aline Smith says:

    You can’t take the sorrow out of death unless you take the love out of life…

    Sorry for your loss!

    David & Aline Smith
    North Ogden, UT

  • Elizabeth Parsell says:

    Simply put, Sue was a true friend. She will be dearly missed.

  • Carl Cochran says:

    Byron, Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Carl Cochran, Miami, Fl.

  • Tom DuBose says:

    TO THE FAMILY OF SUSAN ANN BOYD

    Dear Bryon,

    The untimely death of Sue was received with shock and much sadness. Please accept my personal and sincere condolences.

    Sue will be profoundly missed and will always be the rainbow in our clouds. Our heart aches at your loss, but her legacy will always be with us. Her death should serve as a wake-up call for all us to accept the fact that a life lived believing, giving, caring and loving your family is the only life that really matters.

    May the hope found in Gods’ word out weigh the grief the family feels? Please know that I am sadden by her departure but blessed with the fact of knowing Heaven has gained another angel.

    Gone from our eyes, but not forgotten in our hearts.

    G. Thomas (Tom) DuBose

  • Bill Wick says:

    Sue was a wonderful person with appreciation and understanding of people. The living proof resides in the family she raised. Byron, my thoughts and prayers are with you during these sorrowful times. Bill

  • Pam Marchant says:

    Sue was an imp. A free spirit. With a twinkle in her eyes. A sweet, infectious laugh as often directed at herself as at others. A joy to travel with except for her sense of direction…which was as bad as my own. We usually arrived at our destination
    late and laughing.

  • Piroska Magassy says:

    Byron, Alicia, Mark,
    Please accept our sincere condolences.
    I will miss our chats over the fence.
    Sue, RIP

  • Dan Lough says:

    Byron,
    We are all so sorry for your loss. Sue was always kind to all of us from the UTU office in Cleveland. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you, Sue and your family. Dan & Julie Lough – Valley City, Ohio

    “They lived and laughed and loved and left.” – James Joyce

  • Eddie Wilson says:

    Byron,
    I was sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

  • Geneva Dourisseau says:

    Byron and Family,

    Please accept my most heartfelt sympathy for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We will all miss Sue. Those we love don’t go away. They are beside us everyday, unseen, unheard, but always near.

    Regards,

    Geneva Dourisseau

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