Susan Lynn

Stanwood, WASkagit Valley Herald

SUSAN LYNN (THOMAS) JONSON June 11, 1959 - April 29, 2021

Sue Jonson, 61, of Mill Creek, Wash., passed away on April 29, 2021. She was 61. Sue's life revolved around her family. She met her husband Jim in 1982. They dated a few times and then lost touch for about a year. In June 1983, Jim was working at the Bank of Stanwood when he came across a loan file with Sue's name on it. He opened the file and discovered it was going to be Sue's birthday in a few days so he sent her a birthday card. After receiving the card, Sue called Jim to thank him, and they talked on the phone long enough for Jim to ask Sue on another date. From that day on, the two were inseparable. With husband Jim, they shared 37 incredible years making several trips to Disneyland, Hawaii, Wapato Point, and later on taking a tour of New England and a road trip to Yellowstone. But most important was raising their daughters Ashley and Amanda. They not are not only beautiful young women, but they follow Sue's footsteps by being amazing mothers like her. Sue was so proud of all their accomplishments.
Weldon, CAkernvalleysun.com

Susan Lynn Fayette, Weldon, Feb. 5, 2021

Susan Lynn Fayette, 65, from Weldon, California, joined her angels in the stars on Feb. 5, 2021. Sue grew up in La Crescenta, and soon after her second daughter was born, she moved to the South Bay, where she raised her children. Sue moved to Kern Valley from Redondo Beach...
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Susan Lynn leaves chairmanship of House finance committee

State Rep. Susan Lynn, R-Mt. Juliet, is not seeking re-appointment to her position as chairman of the House Finance, Ways and Means Committee, she announced Tuesday. Lynn is the first woman in the state’s history to serve as Finance Chairman in either the House or Senate. Lynn was recently appointed to the national Board of Directors of ALEC.org, a national organization of state legislators dedicated to free-market principles, fiscal responsibility, and limited government.