Susan Kathleen Danard nee Campbell

Susan Kathleen Danard nee Campbell

Passed on May 10, 2023

Born in Thunder Bay, Ontario, December 11th 1961 to May 10th 2023 in Stonewall, MB.

Leaving behind husband Rob, son James (Christina), daughter Amanda (Justin), sister Evelyn, grandchildren: Tanisha, Natalie, Devon, Diego, Sadie, Kirby, Kix. great grandchildren: Madivh, Aesir, Fenrir as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Pre-deceased: husband Kirby, father Lloyd, mother Winnifred, stepmother Doreen, siblings Geraldine, Doug, Warren, and Joyce.

Susan worked hard in many different fields but spent most of her time in the trucking industry. She loved spending time with her family, but especially with her grand children. Susan never missed a single sporting event, concert, choir or play. She was their biggest fan. Susan spent her summers outdoors farming, camping, quadding, fishing, and winters snowmobiling, driving to hockey and ice fishing. Susan was always there anytime her friends or family needed her; she was always ready with open arms for a good old hug.

A celebration of life will be held on Wednesday, May 17, 2023 at 1:00 pm at Gunton – Greenwood Hall, Gunton, Manitoba.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Cancer Care are welcome. Thank you to Cancer Care Manitoba, all the doctors and nurses in Winnipeg, Selkirk and Stonewall as well as all the family and friends for their support.


So sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences.

Randy & Sue Rafnson

Our deepest condolences. So sorry for your loss.

Randy & Sue Rafnson

I met Sue while working at Arnold Bros. We became immediate friends. We had great conversations, went out for lunch together and laughed together alot. We appreciated each other's work ethic, outlook on life, and attitude towards making sure people were always treated fairly. She cared about the company and the people that worked there- and you could tell her passion for doing the right thing traveled with her throughout life. She talked lots about her children, and even more about her grandchildren. She was a very proud grandma. She was a great person with a laugh I'll never forget. I'll cherish our friendship always. Love you Sue

Wendy Kiharangwa

I met her when I was driving at Kleyson We worked together for many years as we both were at Tri Line the Winnipeg Motor Express. We kept in touch over the years. She was a strong woman and she will be missed. Hugs to you and the family. Sorry for your loss of a great mother,friend,grandma and a mentor.

Brenda Stacyszyn

Sue and I only worked together for a few years but she was an immediate breath of fresh air. Her compassion for the drivers she worked with was top notch. She will be greatly missed by everyone.

Rob W

My condolences to you both. I thought she was doing good. So sorry. She was such a beautiful person.

Carol Skrypnyk

Miss you my other mother


Amanda , to your whole family we send prayers and thoughts your way and your family. We are so sorry for your loss of your Mother. ❤️💕🙏🙏💕❤️. All your work family are sending you hugs/prayers in this difficult time for all of you.

Denis Rodrigue

My deepest condolences to the family. I only met Susan once at a Christmas dinner but she left a lasting impression on me. She was a wonderful friendly woman who cherished her family. I know she has passed on those traits to her daughter Amanda. Rest in peace Susan.

Linda Young

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