Susan Ann Ireland

Susan Ann Ireland of Chatham passed away on January 5, 2021 at Chatham Kent Health Alliance. Susan was the daughter of Raymond and Doreen (Shaw) Ireland. Loving mother of Jason D’Alessandro and Amanda Masse (Brian) and her furbaby Cookie. Susan was grandmother to Lex and Dominic D’Alessandro, and Nicole and Claire Masse. Sister of Dave Ireland, Cathy (Ireland) Jensen and the late Terry Ireland, and Keith Ireland.

Susan was a Clerk at Service Canada for 30 years before she retired. She loved to play cards and spent many fun hours with her friends fondly known as “The Biddies”. She enjoyed traveling to Disney, Dominican, Mexico and Cuba with her family. Her grandchildren have fond memories of camping with their grandmother in Tobermory and Nova Scotia, playing board games and seeing her at the sidelines of their games. Susan was a loving mother, loyal friend and adored grandmother. She will be greatly missed.

For those who are interested in making a memorial donation in Susan’s name are asked to please consider the Canadian Cancer Society

7 Comments on “Susan Ann Ireland”

  1. Jason and Amanda and your families – I’m sorry to hear of your loss. Your Mom was one of the first people I met when I started working at the Judy Lamarsh. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. Sue was a sweet and gentle lady who was loved by so very many people. She was a loyal government employee and an even more loyal friend. We will all miss her so very much. I know I speak for all of “The Biddies” when I say that we will miss her at our card games and birthday parties. She will always be in our hearts.

  3. Jason and Amanda. I am very sorry for your loss. I met your mother in 1997 when I started working at the Judy Lamarsh Building. Sue was a very special lady. My heart goes out to you and your family.

  4. Jason and Amanda I’m very sorry for your loss .
    I enjoyed working with your Mom at the Judy Lamarsh/ Service Canada ..she was a beautiful lady ,we shared some great laughs …treasure her memories and she will always be in your heart .

  5. Sue was a quiet yet fun-loving part of our group called “The Biddies”. She loved her cards and our social get togethers. What I always admired about her was the fact that she never complained about anything and was the picture of a true fighter. Will sure miss you Susie girl

  6. Amanda, I am so sorry to hear this. I remember your Mom as one of the first people I met when I started. She made work a fun environment.

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