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Suzanne Denise Tudor
Suzanne
Denise
Lovell
March 22, 1961

December 21, 2023
Burial:
January 27, 2024
Aged 62, late of #9 Cottage Crescent, Cottage and Grove, St. George. Mathematics teacher of The Alexandra School and The Lodge School. A well-liked, faithful, dedicated, committed and loyal member of the Belmont Methodist Church and Community.
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In Loving Memory Of Suzanne...
Suzanne Denise Tudor
Funeral Services Entrusted To:
Tudor's Funeral Home

Loving, adoring wife and great friend of Howard Wayne Lovell.

“Mother dearest” to Jayce and “Mummy” to Denique Lovell.

Daughter of Judy Tudor née Duesbury and the late Winston “Tony” Tudor.

Sister of Gail Haynes and Robert Tudor.

Stepmother of Kimitra and Aziza Lovell.

Aunt of Jordan, Quincy and Mitchell Haynes of England; Zana, Ryco and Ryna Tudor; and many more.

Great aunt of Zaydon Tudor.

Granddaughter of the late Cecil Edwards, Vera Duesbury, Malcolm and Clarissa Tudor.

Daughter-in-law of the late Evelyn Lovell.

Niece of Gloria Providence, Gary Duesbury, Rudy Duesbury (England), Marjorie Miller, Hazel Hope, Beryl Barrow, Lionel and Thelma Tudor and the late Cecilia Edwards-Johnson.

Sister-in-law to Clyniece Tudor, Derek Haynes, Hugh Lovell (Canada), Cicely Jones (Bahamas), Audrey Wickham, Charles, Adrian and the late Ainsley “Tony” Lovell.

Cousin of Wayne and David Duesbury, Cheryl Broome-Webster, The Duesburys (England), Angela (Wayne) Robinson, Cicely Wilkinson, David (USA), Trevor, Michael, Jeffrey and Peter Barrow (Canada), Steve, Debbie, Jan, Roger and Peter Hope (Canada), Sandy and Lisa (Canada), Michael and Wendy (Canada), Heather Ann (Canada) and the late Malcolm (England).

Godmother of Meisha Clarke.

Close family friend of Sarston, David, Sonia, Davian and Dayna Taylor-Lavine, Betty Clarke and Monique Rock.

Relative and friend to the Tudor, Edwards, Johnson, Barrow, Lovell, Duesbury, Goddard, Lavine, Reid and Husbands (Harts Gap) families.

Close friend of the “AX Midnight Girls”, Fiona, Alanda and Cyrilene; long standing friend of Joan Goddard, Joan Shepherd, Gay Griffith, Roslyn Shepherd, Juliette Greaves, Roxanne Pyle (USA), Wilma Branch, Wayne Mason, Neighbours Maxwell, Philip, Sharon, Cleviston, David, Cheryl, Sheriese, Destiny, Jackie Gollop, current and former staff of The Alexandra and The Lodge Schools, and many more. In loco parentis to several current and past students.

A Thanksgiving Service for the late Suzanne Denise Lovell will take place at 2:00pm on Saturday, January 27, 2024 at the Bethel Methodist Church followed by the Interment at Belmont Methodist Churchyard.

Flowers may be sent to Tudor’s Funeral Home no later than 12:15pm on Saturday. No viewing by special request of the family.

The service may be viewed via livestream at https://tudors.live/SuzanneLovell

Condolences to the family of the late Suzanne Denise Tudor may be posted online at www.tudorsfuneralhome.com.

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  • Hi Wayne and family, sincere condolences to you and your family, I’m Moretta Worrell sister residing in Germany and heard about your encounter while working at KPMG, she could not be there in person but we are keeping you in our prayers. May your beautiful wife RIP and RIG .Morene and Moretta

  • Sincere condolences to the Tudor and Lovell families. My sweet Denise rest in peace and rise in Glory. David Hall and family, Brooklyn, N.Y.

  • Nothing we say can change the situation, but just wanted you to know that our hearts and thoughts are with you and the family in these difficult times.
    Our hearts are saddened by the sudden loss of Denise. Her spirit and generosity will not be forgotten. Please know we are with you, stay strong.
    We will try to celebrate her life and remember all the good she did.
    Our hearts go out to Wayne, Jayce & Denique especially, but also to the rest of Denise’s and Wayne’s extended families.
    Please accept our most sincere Condolences.

  • We were deeply saddened to hear of the sudden loss of our beloved Auntie Denise. It is with heavy hearts that we extend our most sincere condolences during this incredibly difficult time.
    Auntie Denise presence was a gift, and her passing leaves a void that will be deeply felt. Her warmth & kindness touched the lives of us all, and her memory will continue to live on in our hearts.

  • My first Mathematics Teacher who inspired me to love the subject and now I am a teacher Maths too. She was my form teacher and was loved dearly. May she rest in peace.

  • She was truly a beautiful person who was always kind to me when we worked together. May her soul rest peacefully.

  • Denise was always a kind and loving person I will cherish the memories of person she was my condolences to the Tudor family from the Best family may she Rest in the name of Jesus and rise in glory

  • My deepest condolences to the family Mrs. Lovell. I was a student at Alexandra. She never taught me but she always moved with such grace and poise. May she peacefully.

  • The last time I spoke to Denise as I called her was the same Sunday she was leaving the island to visit the children. We spoke for over two hours about any and everything. She informed me that the flight had delayed.
    The last thing I said to Denise was have a safe flight, all the best for the New Year and give my regards to Wayne. She responded all the best to you too and Merry Christmas. Little did I know that would have been the last time I would have spoken to her.
    May she rest in peace and rise in glory.

  • My first year teaching, I approached Suzanne in her capacity as Form Teacher on two occasions. Both times she showed great awareness of the personal challenges of the students and was quite compassionate in her handling of the situations.
    Deepest condolences to her family and all her loved ones. She was a very pleasant person.

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