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Dr. SUSAN E. HASHWAY

January 17, 1949 ~ June 8, 2012 (age 63)
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Message from Deloris Alexander
March 8, 2016 8:56 AM

Dr. Hashway was an amazing gift to many people, including my Aunt, Dr. Dorothy Alexander.  she spoke so highly of Dr. Hashway, as did all of the people at Grambling State University. We continue to remember her and celebrate her life.

Melodie and Tom Hebert

May you have the strength that God gave you in order to get through this difficult time. Hold onto your wonderful memories of your dear Susan. She remains in your hearts and dreams forever.

The Cresser/Brown family

So sorry for your loss...Our thoughts and prayers are with you all....There will be days in the future when smiles will come instead of tears when you remember the time you all spent together......

Wayne and Patsy Causey

We are so sorry for your loss. Sue was our great neighbor and friend and we miss her.

Pamela Kahn
pkahn5@cox.net

I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person. I will treasure my memories of the times shared with Sue when we were students at RIC.

Robert, Leu Anne, Becky and Rachel

Dear Janice, Betty, and Joan, We share your heartache and sadness. We loved Sue. She touched our lives with laughter and amagingly good food as the best neighbor we have ever had. Our daughter Becky received such encouragement from Sue. We miss her and love her. Our prayers are with you, Robert, Leu Anne, and Becky Prince, and Rachel Scott

George and Janet Lemay

It was my great pleasure to have had Sue as a student when I first started teaching. Later she joined me in the Math. Dept. at WWHS. Sue's dedication to her students and fellow teachers showed the wonderful and caring person she was. Due to previous commitments, we will be unable to attend her services. However, she will remain in our prayers and thoughts. May you all find peace and consolation in this time of grief.

Joyce Brasfield Adams
jbadams@hindscc.edu

Dear Susan's family,

I am so very sorry for OUR loss. In the early years of my membership in the National Association for Developmental Education, I expressed to Susan that I would like to work with her on the Research Committee. She welcomed me with open arms and always treated me with great respect. She was such a dear lady!

Joyce Adams


Rosemary M. Karr
rkarr@collin.edu

My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Dr. Santiago Silva
ssilva@utpa.edu

I met Susan when I was involved with NADE. I remember her kindness and her devotion to her profession. My prayers are with her and her family.



Santiago Silva


Melodye Shore
melodye.shore@gmail.com

My thoughts and prayers are with Susan's family, and all those whose lives were touched by her friendship and service.

Kaylene Gebert
Kgebert@mtsu.edu

We remember her energy, skills and many accomplishments. My sympathy to her friends and family. Kaylene Gebert, past NADE president


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