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Guestbook for Suzielea (Read 773 times)


    Samurai in Training


      Dad on the run.


        My parents said I could be anything when I grew up, so I decided to be Awesome!


        Runs the streets

          Thank you!

          Don't call me Buttercup!

            Thanks for posting this.  

            Slow and steady wins the....  wait a second! I've been lied to! 

            Just B.S.

              Thanks LTH, I am sure the comments we all left will be a comfort to her family.

              Wandering Wally

                Thanks for sharing.  Signed.

                Run!  Just Run!


                Trail Runner Nation Podcast


                  Thanks for the heads up.


                  So sad.


                    I missed this thread before: I will do.  Thanks.


                      Thanks, Brad. I want to write something, but I'm too shaken at the moment. I cried during my run last night, thinking about her. I want to write something positive, so I'll have to wait until I can think clearly. But my comment will be there for sure.

                      PRs: Boston Marathon, 3:27, April 15th 2013

                              Cornwall Half-Marathon, 1:35, April 27th 2013

                      18 marathons, 18 BQs since 2010


                        Thanks for posting this Brad.  I jsut signed the book.


                        From the looks of it, Suzie's online friends have filled seven pages so far. 

                          Thank you!

                          Marathons are habit-forming...

                          "I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength."

                          Philippians 4:13, NLT


                          Fast Penquin

                            Thanks Brad!  Lots of signatures, kind of awesome to see how many lives she touched.

                            Tick: I'm sure millions of viewers out there are just wondering what it's like to wear the tights of justice. Well, it's tingly and it's uncomfortable, but it gets the job done and, oh, the job of it.

                              Thanks for posting!

                              I may be slow but I never quit.


                                Suzie's funeral is on December 11. Keep her and her family in your thoughts. She was only 28 years old.


                                Slow and steady never wins anything.