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Suzanne Clarissa Heller
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Birth: Mar. 20, 1969
Pottsville
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Mar. 14, 2002
Weishample
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA

Sue was a Beautiful, kind, friendly, warm hearted, adventurous young woman that was full of life and energy. She was a very active and workative person, she held many jobs, her last being a postal carrier for the U.S. Postal Service in Ashland, PA. She passed away in a tragic motorcycle accident on a warm sunny thursday afternoon in the month of March just six days before her 33rd birthday. I feel so' fortunate to have known her. In the 1981-1982 school year we were classmates in the 8th grade at the D.H.H. Lengel school. I remember her so' well, she had the most beautiful blue eyes that I've ever seen, she had a smile that was so' bright it could light up any room. She was the type of person that once you met her you could never forget her. Even after more than 24 years, I still remember Sue as though it was just yesterday when we last seen and talked to each other. She had a very friendly out going personality, she really had a way with words and great sense of humor and was good at being able to make you laugh when you were feeling depressed. She looked very much like and reminds me very much of the late princess Diana, all the way from her beautiful blond hair to her ever so' bright smile, and those beautiful bright piercing blue eyes of her's that were so' full of life and love it's impossible to describe them with words. Out of all the different classmates that I attended school with and got to know through the years, I remember Sue the most, that's how impressive her personality was, she was absolutely unforgetable in every way. I cared about her so' much, for me there will never be another woman quite like Sue, she was so' unique, one of a kind. Not a one single day goes by that I don't think about her, she ment so' much to me......... She is missed tremendously by her mother and her son Geoffrey as well as the rest of her family and all her friends, more than words could ever say. It still is and always will be very difficult for all of us to accept the fact that she has passed away. In the short time that she was here with us, she brought so' much joy and happiness into all of our lives and left us with so' many good memories. We thank her and we thank GOD for them. One thing is for certain, Sue will NEVER be forgotten. She will ALWAYS remain alive in our hearts, memories, and prayers. Until the glorious day comes when we all will be reunited with her again, may she rest in heavenly peace.


Pottsville Republican obituary:
Suzanne C. Heller, 32, of Pottsville, died Thursday in Barry Township as a result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Born in Pottsville, March 20, 1969, she was a daughter of Marylouise Bicht Heller, Pottsville, and the late Dr. Frederick K. Heller Sr. She was a 1987 graduate of Pottsville Area High School.

She was a postal carrier for the U.S. Postal Service, Ashland office.
She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Pottsville, and Elks Club, Ashland.

Surviving, in addition to her mother, are a son, Geoffrey K. Heller, at home; a sister, Martha C. Heller, New York City, N.Y.; a brother, Frederick K. Heller Jr., Schuylkill Haven; nieces and nephews.

Services of remembrance will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Episcopal Church. There will be no procession from Schlitzer-Allen-Pugh Funeral Home Inc., Pottsville, to the church. Interment will be at the convenience of the family in Charles Baber Cemetery, Pottsville.



Pottsville Republican police log:
WEISHAMPLE - A Pottsville woman was killed Thursday afternoon in a motorcycle crash on Deep Creek Road in Barry Township. Suzanne Heller, 32, of 1632 W. Norwegian St., was pronounced dead at the scene, according to state police at Schuylkill Haven. The investigation into the crash is continuing, police said. Heller's body was taken to Pottsville Hospital and Warne Clinic and an autopsy will be performed today by forensic pathologist Dr. Richard P. Bindie. The driver, Robert E. Liem, 41, of 212 Biddle St., Gordon, had fallen off the motorcycle and suffered numerous injuries, police said. He was in critical condition this morning at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, a hospital spokeswoman said. Both Liem and Heller were wearing motorcycle helmets, police said.
The accident happened at 4:25 p.m. as Liem was heading eastbound on Deep Creek Road. About a half mile west of the Route 901 intersection, Liem failed to negotiate a left turn, and his motorcycle left the road and hit a dirt bank, police said. After impact, he continued to travel along the embankment for 50 yards, striking numerous shrubs and causing Liem and Heller to fall off the motorcycle, police said. The motorcycle sustained moderate damage and came to rest about 150 yards east of the initial impact, police added. Lavelle firefighters, Hegins Ambulance and West Schuylkill ALS assisted police on scene. 
 
Burial:
Charles Baber Cemetery
Pottsville
Schuylkill County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Entering thru the West Market street (main) enterance go approximately 30 feet, take the first unpaved road to the right, go about 30 feet on that road, the grave is on the right hand side of the road, the grave marker is the flat metal plate type (no tomb stone). There is a solar powered lamp installed on the grave.
 
Created by: John Bohn
Record added: Oct 05, 2004
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Suzanne Clarissa Heller
Added by: John Bohn
 
Suzanne Clarissa Heller
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- Lance
 Added: Mar. 31, 2013

- Sarah Quinn
 Added: Nov. 13, 2009
If tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane, I would walk right up to Heaven and bring you home again.
No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye, You were gone before I knew it and only God knows why. My heart still aches in sa...(Read more)
- John Bohn
 Added: Jul. 26, 2005
 
 
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