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Suzanne was a beautiful soul with a big heart of gold. Suzanne cared about women and their health through her products far more than the wealth that was built by them. I am still very sad that she left us ….i always thought she would live to be 110 and now that is my goal and I think of her every time I say it to myself. I’m so glad I got to know her through her live shows…..and now with the family also. Blessings to all of you with my deepest sympathy.🙏🏼🌹❤️

Carol Zeising

Suzanne was such a special person. I always looked forward to her shows and the time she shared with all of us. She made you smile. She was your friend. So real. So kind. So full of grace. She was a jewel and will forever shine. Gone from this earth, but never forgotten.
Praying for all of you.

Bobbie Yates

Loved Suzanne and Al’s banter and am now enjoying Al, Bruce and the girls….very entertaining! BTW Al….George Carlin was my favorite too….🤣

Kathleen Horrocks

To Alan, Bruce, Caroline and family,
This is my second time leaving a message here but I had to! I just wanted to say that you guys are in my thoughts and prayers this month.
As someone who also lost a mother to breast cancer, I know this time of year can be especially challenging while trying to navigate one’s own grief.
At the end of the day, what matters is holding onto the good things in life, positivity, love and family of course.
I was born in 1994 which means I’m much closer in age to Suzanne’s granddaughters. However, I’ve been reading Two’s Company and as a young woman, Suzanne’s fortitude and penmanship continues to inspire me every time I read a page.
I’m 29, right around the age Suzanne was when she landed the role of Chrissy. It’s so inspiring to me as a young person to know the roadblocks Suzanne went through at my age and still came back like “the Schmo” as she would call it. That book alone has taught me so much about life, love and being a real life warrior- as Suzanne was.

I mentioned before that Step by Step was my first introduction to Suzanne, however my grandmother and my own mother knew and loved her from Three’s Company of course! I had this thought today: I was just thinking how amazing is it that Suzanne inspired/touched 3 generations of women. What a beautiful thing to be able to affect not just one person but generations of people, which is what Suzanne did. That’s some true hero stuff to touch a person’s life then pass down that same knowledge to the next generation, then the next, then the next.
Bruce – I lost my mother to breast cancer back in 2014. She beat it the first time around then it came back. So I just wanted to say that I know what you’re dealing with and I send you absolute positivity. I know it might feel like bad fortune to lose a mother but I’ve been thinking that we’re the lucky ones for knowing them, loving them and the fact that we get to go out there and carry on their legacies.
Alan – I extend my condolences to you and will keep you in my prayers. Suzanne would be very proud of you. I’ve been watching the videos you continue to do for her and enjoy your charm, humor and wit. You and Bruce make a great team. I propose that you and Bruce do a variety hour together, you both are two funny guys 😂
Caroline – Thank you for continuing to uphold Suzanne’s legacy by posting videos on social media so the fans can still connect to you all. You always do a great job to make the fans feel like family, just like how Suzanne always did.
There’s a quote by Elvis Presley, he says, “"I ain’t no saint, but I’ve tried never to do anything that would hurt my family or offend God…I figure all any kid needs is hope and the feeling he or she belongs. If I could do or say anything that would give some kid that feeling, I would believe I had contributed something to the world."
I believe Suzanne also made this type of contribution to the world because I know for sure she gave me that feeling as a kid. She still gives me that feeling as an adult, reading her book as a young woman.
Sending you guys strength, love, positivity.

Marisa C

I was saddened to hear of Suzanne’s passing. I am so thankful for all her hard work to get us products that are not toxic…having suffered with illness much of my life, I truly appreciated her efforts, time, attention to details and her fearlessness to go against the mainstream thought and investigate tirelessly for a better way of life…a healthier way of life. I have read her books, bought her products and always felt that she was presenting TRUTH and I always trusted her and her products. When I heard about her passing, it was as if we had lost a beloved family member…one that would certainly be missed very much. It is a difficult time for you, her family…may the Lord comfort you and give you peace.


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