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Susan Hardy

Obituary of Susan Hardy

Susan Renee' Hardy passed away surrounded by loved ones at her home August 27th, 2013, after a long hard fought battle with cancer.


Sue death was preceded by her father Merton I. Signer Jr. and her mother Dorothy R. Harris. She is survived by her loving life partner Sonny Pacheco and her loving son Josh (Bethany) Hardy.


Sue is lovingly remembered by her step-father Gus Harris of Granby CO, sisters Janet (Charlie) LaBrake of Granby, CO, Dianne (Jim) Lawrence of Longmont CO., brothers Greg (Nancy) Signer of Knoxville TN, Steven (Rayna) Signer of Boulder CO, and life long best friend Allyson (Dean) Morrow of Granby CO as well as a long list of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.


Sue was born in Deerfield IL, February 24th, 1960. She graduated from Middle Park High School in 1978. She was the proud co-owner of Sani-King with Sonny Pacheco.


Sue enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, traveling, beading, relaxing with her dogs and grand-dogs.


In addition to flowers donations may be made to Grand County Pet Pals.

Service Details

Monday, September 23rd, 2013 11:00am, Middle Park High School


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Guestbook

Sue was a special person with such humor and courage to endure life's hardships. To her family our deepest sympathy is yours, our warmest thoughts are there, we only hope you know how much we care.

Ruth Erickson, Eric and Jeff Sep 18 2013 12:00 AM

When two hearts are joined as one, they always will be linked. The bonds that do connect you can never be extinct. For loves a potent energy, its resonance is great. And when you share that power, the greatest link you create. Death cannot divide you, no distance is too far. No matter if you're here or there, joined by love's bond you are. So grieve not for your loved one who you think has left your side. Their energy surrounds you, in your heart she does reside. To feel her concentrate your thoughts on how you truly feel. Recreate the love you shared and make her presence real. She's there just waiting for you, a simple loving thought away. So hold her firmly in your heart until you meet again one day.

Debbie Vogelsang Sep 17 2013 12:00 AM

Sue was a wonderful boss to work for, and I only wish I would have taken more time to see her more regularly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Sonny and her family.

Sylvia & Monte Roberts Sep 10 2013 12:00 AM

Sue's humor, laughter, courage and insight will live on in the great memories of all of use who knew her, worked with her, shared her life. She was part of the good old days at the Sky Hi News, and we all loved her and will miss her.

Martha Williams Sep 9 2013 12:00 AM

Dearest Joshie, Janet and entire loved ones of Sue! I love you and I have very fond memories of your beloved Momma and sister. Bless your hearts.

Net Lynch Belt Sep 9 2013 12:00 AM

Our thoughths and prayers go out to the family of Sue in this time of such a great loss she was a very special, kind, and loving prson and will be greatly missed. May God comfort you in the days ahead

Melvin & Geneva Conn Sep 6 2013 12:00 AM

As I write this to you my sweety ,I am writing from my heavy heart.you came into my life as a pebble and became my rock .you and sonny helped me thru very dark times in my life.and I always love you for being that person.and you will always be here for all that you love. like that homeless puppy,stray kitten,and any one that needs you.Sonny and josh and all your family will need you for their rock now.so you will still be working taking care of every one as usual.honey I love you and look for a text from time to time ,you will always be in my HEART .you and my sweet LINDA

Dean Pacheco Sep 3 2013 12:00 AM

Sue was a special friend and confidant. When I had the good fortune to chat with her I knew I was guaranteed a laugh, sometimes to the point of tears. Sue had a gift when it came to telling jokes. I know as I retell some of her best jokes in the years to come I'll laugh even harder envisioning her smile as the punch line is delivered. Most of all, I always admire her strength, tenacity, sassiness, and wit.

Kristi (Coffman) Carter Sep 3 2013 12:00 AM

Sue, you will be missed by all who loved you. I will miss all of your great jewelry and cherish the ones that I have.

Robin Vrbas Sep 3 2013 12:00 AM