Sue Gorrindo, ’64, 1946-2018

 

Sue died after a long illness on August 29, 2018. 

She attended Fullerton Junior College and graduated from San Jose State. She worked for Hewlett Packard for over thirty years. 

After Sue retired, she took up raising and caring for alpacas, an avocation that suited her kind, gentle nature. 

She was a loyal Class of 1964 Lancer with dozens of good Lancer friends all her life. She was a enthusiastic member of many ’64 reunion committees, where her classmates could depend on her implicitly. 

Sue was a hearty, loving woman who enjoyed life tremendously. She loved to laugh and alway had a good joke ready. She was also proud of her Basque ancestry. 

Sue’s departure from this earth will leave great sadness in the 1960s Sunny Hills High School community, but when the time comes for every one of her friends, she’ll be waiting at the Pearly Gate with a big smile and a warm hug. 

 

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Sherry Ambridge -Fitch on October 4, 2018 at 6:00 PM said:

Sue, Becky and I were great friends. Becky was my maid of honor when I married at 17, we kept in touch over the years and we'd meet up as often as possible. I was always going to go up and check out her Alpaca farm.I was heartbroken to hear of her passing. She was a fighter and very tender-hearted, this world will not be the same without her. Rest easy my dear friend, and you and Becky, I'm sure, are having a great reunion! I shall miss you until we meet again.??
Judy Barker on September 26, 2018 at 5:32 PM said:

Sue, so happy we had these past many happy years chatting with each other all the time in Oregon.
You will be missed so much.
Sending you hugs and happy days always.
Lolly Beaman Summerwill, ‘64 on August 31, 2018 at 12:36 PM said:

We will miss Sue at our class reunions. She was a classmate that was always engaged, funny and thoughtful. Rest in Peace Sue, you are now pain free....
Don Martin, ‘64 on August 30, 2018 at 6:54 PM said:

Sue was everyone’s friend. She was truly a wonderful friend to virtually everybody who knew her. I loved her positive attitude and always upbeat personality. Her presence will be missed at all of our future reunions.
She’s in good hands, cuz God needs people like her. GX8mK3

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