Susan Linda Jamieson – Truckel
Susan Linda Jamieson – Truckel, 61, passed away suddenly on November 18, 2021 in the midst of a heroic fight against cancer.
An amazing and determined spirit, Susan found deep enjoyment as an entrepreneur. With her big ideas and innovative thinking, Susan embraced every project with conviction, dedication, and power. She always firmly believed in the capability of positive thinking and hard work. An intensely private person, she nevertheless found the courage to speak before a UN event in Rome on the role of organic fertilizers and to host her own radio show about her love of horses.
Susan was passionate about travel and experiencing the world. Extensively, widely, and deeply read, Susan was autodidact. Her special interest was in British history in connection with World War II, gained by listening to her parents at the dinner table.
A fundamental and abiding love of her life was the horse which she learned to ride with her daughter.
Susan took deep satisfaction mentoring a number of younger women and men and cared passionately about ideas of community and progress. She dreamed of the day when she could facilitate children from inner city gaining access to the beauty and companionship of the horse and the lessons that flow from that relationship.
Susan will be sadly missed by her husband, John Truckel, her daughter Tarin (Thomas) Dehod, grandson Wilder. Her Father, Andrew Jamieson and her Mum, Iris Jamieson (predeceased). Her sisters, Ruth (Major) Grady, Deborah (Tony) Totino and Sarah (John) Dort along with their families.
Susan resolutely believed, moreover, in the words of hope contained in the Bible. It is in that hope she now resides.
Susan deeply appreciated the excellent care she received from all of the staff at Sunnybrook Hospital and her family.
A private memorial service will be held in the Spring of 2022.
Donations can be made to:
A Horse Tale Rescue/ Une histoire de Chevaux
P.O. Box 176,
Hudson, Quebec J0P 1H0
We all wish to extend our sincere condolences to John and the entire family on your loss.
From us all at CAS Interiors Inc.
Jeff & Donna Burgess
We want to express our deepest sympathies. We are sending lots of love and prayer to all of you. Its a difficult time for sure. Please know we are thinking of you all – Deborah, Ruth, Sarah & all of the family ❤
It is with great sadness we express our sincere condolences to John and the entire family during these unexpected difficult times. So sorry for your loss. Susan will be greatly missed.
From the entire Zoomer Radio Family.
Lisa M Finney
Deborah, Tony and family, we are truly sorry for your loss and wish to express our deep condolences. It is very sad to lose a sister, and we pray that your faith will strengthen you during this difficult time.
Esther Joyce (Layton/ Griffiths)
May all your memories bring you comfort.
Sorry to all the family for your loss.
thank you Esther, just read your comforting words re the loss of Susan, which is offset somewhat by recalling the friendship I enjoyed with your parents. thank you again, in reflection you and Susan were very much kindred sprits.
John, Tarin and family, I’m very sorry for your loss. Nothing will be comparible to the emotions you have right now. As those that share bible truths we know to loose one in death is always unforeseen and the deepest grief we will feel, but we have the hope beyond human abilities and wait on Jehovahs kind mercies. Susan had a wonderful ability to see ahead as she displayed in her life works and I know she saw ahead to the promise of resurrection. My prayers and love are for you now. Patrice Asaph Oster, (sister from another mother)
I am shocked. What an amazing woman!
My deepest condolences…
She was truly beautiful inside and out. I will miss her presence and her great energy.
Connie (Kovac) Hill
Hello Friends – I just recently found out that dear Susan passed away. I was so very sad I could not believe it. Some of you may remember me…I came with Susan and John from Waterloo, some years ago for a visit to PEI. Had a lovely time, and was warmly welcomed by all. I can’t wait to welcome her in Paradise and we will have lots to talk about. She is at rest right now, waiting for her new project.
My sympathies to all of you: John, Tarin and family, and all her sisters, and dad.
Love Connie (Kovac) Hill