Guest Book for Susan M. McNeal

Provided by Gorder-Jensen Funeral Home

Posted by: Jean Culey
Thu July 25, 2019
My deepest sympathies go out to Susan's family and friends.  It's hard to believe someone so vibrant and caring could be gone so quickly.  Fly high...

Jean Culey
 

 
Posted by: Chris Evans
Thu July 25, 2019
My deepest sympathies to Sue's family, I had no idea she was unwell.  I worked with Sue from 1999 as part of the Partner's for Fish and Wildlife program with the Lewis & Clark Conservation District.  She was a joy to work with, always working for the landowners in the area.  She was such an amazing collaborator.  I was very sad when she retired, and now am just so sad.  She will be greatly missed.
 

 
Posted by: Sarah Stansbury
Thu July 25, 2019

FEATHERY PALM PLANT was sent by Liberty Hospital Radiology Adminstration.

Amy and Family - Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Please know we are thinking about you. We are here to support you. Your work family - Julie, Sarah, Stacey, Ty

 

 
Posted by: Anje, Rob, Zane, and Cody Worrell
Fri July 26, 2019
We are all heartbroken to hear this news.  You were a very special part of our family for a long time, and you will always have a special place in our hearts.  We hope you are at peace resting in the heavens.  We love you..you will always be our Aunt Sue❤️
Love,
Anje, Rob, Zane, and Cody Worrell
 

 
Posted by: Carla Obermeier
Sun July 28, 2019
To all of Susan's family,
The Linneman family were neighbors of ours in South Dakota and I attended Clark school with them.  Susan grew up with a fine and loving family and I am so very sorry for their loss.  She was such a young and vibrant gal.  Condolences to all who knew and loved her, Carla
 

 
Posted by: Lewis and Clark Conservation District
Mon July 29, 2019
Sue was a unique person, both personally and professionally. She was a truly kind soul.  A joy to be around.  Her positive attitude and smile were infectious.  

Wildlife issues can be controversial. Sue cared passionately about her work.  She worked in a federal agency and brought caring and compassion to that position.  Conservation Districts represent private landowners and she truly respected landowners and knew how to work with them. She navigated the bureaucracy with style and grace.   If you wanted to teach a young governmental professional on how work with private landowners just have them shadow Sue for a while. She left a positive mark on the Montana landscape.

The world needs people more like her, not only professionally but personally as well.  She will truly be missed.

Respectfully – Lewis and Clark Conservation District