Sue M. Bazinet, age 71, of Strawberry Lane in Clayton, died Thursday at her residence.
According to her wishes there will be no services.
Sue was born March 29, 1942, in Watertown, the daughter of Noel and Helen Anderson Bazinet. She graduated from Clayton Central School. She also graduated from Cazenovia College and attended Syracuse University.
She worked for a number of years with her mother who owned Clan Woolens store in downtown Clayton. Sue then worked for a time for Kennedy Pharmacy and Kinney Drugs.
Sue enjoyed being a member of the Riverview Choral Group where she was a pianist.
Surviving is one brother, Joe and his wife Linda of LaFargeville, and their three daughters, Lisa, Katherine and Amy.
Darlene & Tom Bush
So sorry to hear the loss of a great lady!! Sue always had a smile and a kind word for everyone and everything! She enjoyed the Riverview Choral Group tremendously!! She will be missed… Another Angel with God in Heaven watching over us all!! God bless…
Joe & Family, Sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. Prayers to you and your Family .
So sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. She was a fine lady and a wonderful musician. My thoughts are with her family.
I am so sorry for the family’s loss….Sue was a wonderful person and musician. We performed together numerous times and we always had a wonderful time. She will be missed.
I was shocked to hear of Sue’s passing. I had a nice conversation with her here in Riverview just a couple of weeks ago. I always enjoyed talking to her, and hearing the River Chorus. She was a great pianist and musician; we had many talks about music, “the old days” in Clayton, movies, and arts in general. My deepest condolences; she will be greatly missed.
Cheryl Brill Mowatt
To Sue’s family,
May I offer my condolences to you. Sue was accompanist for our CCS choir, and she was
a gifted musician. When she and her Mom ran Clan Woolens, it was a pleasure to deal with
these two ladies. My husband purchased a St. Lawrence tartan material and had them
make a vest which I still own and wear with pride. Whenever I returned to Clayton for a visit,
I would see Sue and she was always so kind in our brief visits at someplace in Clayton. Sue
will be missed.
Joe, I’m so sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Diane Reff Morinigo
Dear Joe and Family,
My condolences to you. Your family lived across the street from us for many years. I was shocked to hear of Sue’s passing as I had not heard anything about her being ill. My thoughts and prayers are with your family