Susan Glynn Ovarian Cancer Obituary – Death: The founder of Women of Hope Ovarian Cancer NL, Susan “Marie” Glynn, has died. 55-year-old Susan Glynn passed away on July 20, 2021 at the Palliative Care Unit, Miller Center after battling with ovarian cancer for six (6) years.
Susan was born April 20, 1966. She set up a sister group “Friends of Hope NL” and had in excess of 3,000 follower’s world wide.
Susan was a fabulous artist, public speaker, enjoyed dancing for many years and she participated in rowing, 9 Tely 10 races, and a Cape to Cabot race.
This death has caused a lot of friends and family of Glynn so much hurt. It is in that mourning spirit that the concerned persons have taken to social media to share tributes to the deceased and condolences to the affected family.
Tributes To Susan Glynn
Below are some of the statements shared across social media users’ timelines on the death of Glynn.
“I’m in absolute shock, disbelief and so very heartbroken. My beautiful friend Susan Glynn, I cannot believe you are no longer with us.
When I was first diagnosed with cancer, I became friends with Susan and she offered such support, to me and others….. as time went on, susan asked me to be a part of the Women of Hope Ovarian Cancer NL. Foundation she had set up from Canada 🇨🇦
We worked together to translate the 4Bs of ovarian cancer poster into 16 different languages, design the website and ribbons that went onto cars and buses etc etc. We chatted all the time and I can’t believe I can’t chat to you..
Susan fought really hard, she is and will always be one of the strongest, bravest, kindest, most sincere person I have every met. Susan fought tirelessly to spread awareness often when she was not feeling well herself. I was so proud to be a part of her team, and still am. Susan my friend, rest in eternal peace and I know your faith carried you through, I will miss our chats so much and your inspiring messages constantly, and we WILL continue the awareness…. We love you ❤️ we have lost one incredible woman and I feel so very heartbroken.”
Today we lost another Teal sister to this horrible disease.
Susan was indeed a warrior. She fought hard and was a voice for Teal Sisters.
Please join me, in prayer and condolences to her family, and friends. Susan, we will miss you so very much. Fly high!”
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