Milo Rietvelt Obituary, Death -in loving remembrance of our dear friend Susie Young, who passed away a few short moments ago. 1950-2022.
When we found out that Susie Young, JY’s wife, had passed away, Suzanne and I were both struck with a profound sense of loss and sorrow. Susie Young had been married to JY. When we found out that she had passed away, we were both overcome with an overwhelming sense of loss. JY was married to Susie Young at one point.
Our hearts are heavy with grief due to the loss of our companion because we were good friends who had shared a great deal of happiness, success, and good times throughout the course of our lives together. Because of this, our hearts are heavy with grief. During the course of our lives spent together, the vast majority of joy, accomplishment, and good times were ours to share.
As a direct result of this, sorrow has filled each and every one of our hearts. We would like to express our deepest condolences to JY and Susie’s families on the recent loss that they have experienced and ask that you please accept them on our behalf. On behalf of everyone in this room whose lives have been changed as a result of your loss, please accept our sincere condolences.
Thank Suzanne, Dennis, CarrieAnn, and Matthew from the bottom of my heart for everything that you’ve done. I couldn’t have done it without them. P.S. Although this photograph is quite old and has suffered a great deal of fading, I have decided to make use of it in spite of the fact that I have never seen it before today. This decision was made in spite of the fact that I have never seen it before today.
In spite of the fact that I have never encountered this before today, the decision was made to go ahead with it. The decision to move forward with it was made in spite of the fact that I have never experienced anything like this before today. I came across this photograph while I was assisting Suzanne in looking through some old boxes down in the basement. It was taken in the backstage area of the theater where I was helping her look through the boxes. I thought it was pretty neat, so I decided to keep it in my collection.