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Memorial created 10-19-2012 by
Kathy Martin
Suzannah Jane (Callahan) Shores
October 20 1986 - April 4 2012

This online memorial was created in loving memory of Suzannah (Callahan) Shores, whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign Suzannah's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember Suzannah forever.

 By Charlie Martin

On Wednesday, April 4, 2012, my sister, Suzannah Shores, was in a car wreck and died. 

That day was supposed to be a good day.  It was my mom's birthday.  It was sunny, the sky was blue, the clouds were white.  It was just supposed to be good.

On that day, things happened, things changed.  I changed.  My life changed.  

I was in 7th period (math class) when the office called me out.  People told me I was lucky to get to leave early.  I actually felt like I was lucky.

When I found out, I was NUMB!  I was shocked.  I didn't believe it.  It was a joke...a horrible joke!  I thought she would be waiting for us when we got home, but it wasn't a joke..it was a reality.

Things filled my head.  So fast...too fast...no time to prepare.  Everyday things made me upset.  It seemed strange to see people smiling when I was so sad.  My head hurt so bad, I couldn't cry.  All I wanted to do was SCREAM, but I couldn't.  I just knew I missed you! Already!  

Certain words hurt me...they stung.  Certain things made me feel bad...sick to my stomach.  Just to think about you and how it happened.

I don't know exactly where I was at the time it happened, but I never dreamed that my day held such sorrow.


 Suzannah was a wonderful sister, a special daughter, a good wife, and sweet mom.



 She had two great kids, Dominic and Hadley.


 She was happily married to Moe Shores, who was the love of her life.


 Suzannah was an LPN.  She loved her job.


 She was 25.  She was beautiful, smart, and funny.  She was especially known for her smile and her beautiful curly hair.  She could make anyone laugh.  It made my day if I could make HER smile.

There's one thought that makes me feel better...your smile.  Because if you're smiling like that here, I can only imagine what it looks like up there.

We all miss you....everything about you!  I absolutely miss you, I absolutely want you back, and I absolutely love you!

So I will pray to see you again one day, and to not have to miss you so bad.  I will always love and remember you, and I will miss you for the rest of my life.

I love you Suzannah Jane Shores!


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