Susan L. Harding

Born: Mon., Jan. 24, 1949
Died: Fri., Feb. 18, 2011

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Susan L. "Sue" Harding – a resident of Pendleton died on Friday, February 18, 2011, at her home following an illness. She was 62 years old. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 2:00 P.M. at the Pendleton Lighthouse Church. Contributions in memory of Sue Harding may be made to a charity of the donor's choice, and may be sent care of Burns Mortuary of Pendleton, PO Box 489, Pendleton, OR 97801. Send condolences at Burns Mortuary of Pendleton is in charge of arrangements. Sue was born on January 24, 1949 in Seattle, Washington. She was raised in Mountlake Terrace, Washington, and Alderwood Manor, Washington, by her parents Richard and Viola Bailey. She graduated from Mountlake Terrace High in 1968. She married Dick Harding, they had three children. The family had resided in: Reno, Nevada, Shelton, Washington, and Alderwood Manor, Washington, before moving to Pendleton, Oregon, in 2006. She had been a member of the Wind Riders Motorcycle Club. Her interests included motorcycles, arts and crafts and sewing. Sue is survived by: her husband Dick Harding, of Pendleton, OR, her daughters: Betty Jean Camlucci of Everett, WA, and Wendy Naddeo of Amacueca, Mexico, a brother Steven Jones of Grand Prairie, TX, a sister Sandra Bailey of Sequim, WA, 10 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughter Carrie Smith, her son Richard Harding, Jr., her two brothers: Calvin and Richard Bailey, and her parents Richard and Viola Bailey.

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   Posted Sat February 26, 2011
To Sue Family we are sorry for your lost. But she will be with use in are hearts all time. Love Jay&Judy

Phyllis Thompson
   Posted Sat February 26, 2011
I didn't know Sue very well, however, Sue was a very great person and Dick was my cousin. My condolences to the family. Our prayers are with you.

Bev & Clarence Gettys
   Posted Sat February 26, 2011
Dick, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Wish we could have know Sue better. Take care. We love you.

Ed & Cindy
   Posted Sat February 26, 2011
Sue will be missed by all that knew Her

   Posted Sat February 26, 2011
To My Brother in law Richard, my prayers are with you and your family. Thank you eternally for the call that allowed me to see my sister for five days in her last hours. Thanks for the care and love you have given Sis since you two met, you are a brother to me. God Bless you and know Sue will watch and be with you from above. love always Steve

Rosalie Tyler
   Posted Sun February 27, 2011
Am so sorry for the loss of the lady you so loved. Sue was a beautiful lady,to young to go.She is among the angels now. Will always remember Sue.She will be missed.

David Ross
   Posted Sun February 27, 2011
Kathy and I send our prayers. Sue will be missed by all of us greatly.

Pat Cunningham
   Posted Mon February 28, 2011
So young, so sadly missed.

Barbara Jones
   Posted Mon February 28, 2011
Richard you are in my prayers. I will always remember Sue with a twinkle in her eyes, her wonderful laugh and 'what not'.

Peter H. & Pamela BJ. Beswick
   Posted Mon February 28, 2011
We are blessed with her memory. Wish we could be with you at this time. With our Sincerest Sympathy to you and you family. Peter & Pamela

Sandi and Steven
   Posted Mon February 28, 2011
Wishing you a beautiful journey on the stairway to heaven . . . We'll miss you baby!

Kevin & Honey Smith
   Posted Mon February 28, 2011
To know Sue you have to love her She would do any thing for you and not think twice about it. When I say the words Dick and Sue so many memories go through my head mostly good but some not. Dick and Sue were always there when my family and I needed them I have had a lot of tough times when my Son John was really sick Sue was there she always had something good to say to make me feel better. Of course that was not enough they also spear headed a fund raising so we could pay our bills when I took off work to be with my Kid when I had to send him to California for treatment. When ever I or my family was with Dick and Sue we felt like we were part of there family. I said there were bad memories also realy the only one was the day that Dick and Sue told us that they were leaving Reno to move up to Oregon to be with there family. I felt like I had just lost my best friends. Of course now I know that that was not true because now I know what it is like to really loose one of my best friends. We miss you Sue but I feel you all around me now and I like that. I love you Dick and I am sorry that I can not be there with you. You are the Best riding partner I have ever had. God Bless my friend, and God Bless you Sue because you are now in Heaven and I hope to one day see you again.

Angel Jackson
   Posted Mon February 28, 2011
I will always remember your sweet smile and warm hugs....and seeing you on the back of the bike....ride the wind Sue... you will always be remembered. xoxox

Judy Headley
   Posted Tue March 15, 2011
Richard, Please accept my condolences for your loss. Your bus passenger. Judy

Sandy Bailey
   Posted Wed March 16, 2011
To my Brother Dick, my prayers are with you. She is with us always and if we got the chance to ask her how she is, she would say "im fine" She was always ready with a smile and a laugh, and would want us to cheer up. She was the best sister a little sister could ever ask for. I miss her, but i also know she is in a great place with Carrie, Richard and mom and dad and her brothers.

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