Shizuko "Susie" Kondo

June 7, 1923 - May 7, 2021

Book of Condolences
Frances and Gary Campbell/Carolyn and Bob Biggs (K

Posted on: May 13, 2021

To the Kawakami Family
We were all very saddened to learn of Auntie Susie's passing. We will remember her as a wonderful person who was kind and generous, and loved to laugh. Auntie Susie was a very loyal friend to our mother, Teresa, after our father passed away. She would always pick up our mom on Sundays to go to the Buddhist Church. Even after our mom passed, Auntie Susie would always tell us how much she missed her dear friend. Auntie Susie always loved to hear a good joke, as much as she would love to tell one. Whenever we saw her, she would always ask about our families. Although we were not able to see her over the past couple of years, she will stay close to us in our hearts. We know she is now reunited with Uncle Sam, and our mom and dad, and they are talking about the great season that the Blue Jays are having. We are extending our sincere and heartfelt condolences. May the memories you hold dear bring you comfort at this sad time.
Marlene Frazer, on behalf of the members and Board

Posted on: May 11, 2021

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Susie Kondo,
Please accept our deepest condolences from the Hamilton Buddhist Temple members and Board.