In Celebration of

Suzanne Kinsman

June 14, 1950 -  February 23, 2019

Suzanne Kinsman
(Long time employee of the House of Commons)
It is with profound sadness that we say goodbye to Suzanne, who suddenly and peacefully passed away Saturday, February 23, 2019, in Ottawa in her 69th year.
Survived by her cherished sister-in-law Sonia Kinsman (Lorne Beloud) of Kelowna, BC. Predeceased by her dear brother Peter and her parents, Mervin and Eileen (Tiny). Suzanne will be sadly missed by her many friends and the Armstrong family. A special thank you to Mary MacDougall, Gillian Smith, Debra Dunville, Marylen Milenkovic, Sharon Senack and John Downey for their devotion and friendship.
A celebration of Suzanne’s life will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 1PM at Beechwood Funeral and Cemetery, 280 Beechwood Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1L 8A6. Interment is planned for June 14, 2019 at Grace Presbyterian Cemetery, Millbrook, Ontario.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Myeloma Canada would be appreciated.
Online condolences may be made at


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Elizabeth White (Goddaughter)

Entered March 4, 2019 from Ottawa, ON

I will miss my Godmother Suzanne. She was my mom's best friend and I always looked up to Suzanne. There was never a time she wasn't smiling and laughing with us. She was always so thoughtful and caring; she regularly asked how I was doing, how my friends were doing, and how my family was doing. I will love you and remember you always, Suzanne!

Karen Frederickson (friend)

Entered March 4, 2019 from Bath, ON

Suzanne will be dearly missed. She was a great and loyal friend to me and so many others. She lighted up the world just by being in it and I will remember her always.

Carol Chafe (Friend and former colleague)

Entered March 4, 2019 from Oxford Mills, Ontario

So sad to hear of Suzanne’s passing, it leaves a real void in our world. I worked with and beside her for many years and appreciated her sage advice on procedural questions to say nothing of appreciating her baking skills. I will miss her laughter and enthusiasm and knowledge of the world of figure skating.
My sympathies to her close friends and family.

Hélène Lauzon (Former co-worker & friend)

Entered March 4, 2019 from Plantagenet

My sincere condolences to the family and close friends. My thoughts and prayers are with you during these difficult times. Suzanne was a wonderful person, very thoughtful and kind. I will miss her dearly.

Angela Hildebrandt (Skating Friend)

Entered March 4, 2019 from Toronto

Suzanne was an absolutely lovely person and wonderful to be around. Our figure skating group will miss her smile and her friendship and her thoughtfulness. This world needs more people like Suzanne and she will be dearly missed. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.


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