Join CurePSP and the Studley family in honoring Sue Studley on SuesDay!
Mark your calendars and join us for a walk on the beach on Sunday, October 20th, 2019 at Robert Moses State Park, Field 5 in memory of Sue Studley, who passed away from progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP). Sue was a quick-witted, vibrant, funny, intelligent, patient, motivated, fiercely independent, confident, passionate, warm, gorgeous woman with an infectious laugh and a beautiful, striking smile. Her goal in life was to be a good mother to her kids, a caring relative, a warm best friend, a loving wife, a cool grandma, and especially a dedicated, hardworking, compassionate special education teacher. Bring your family and friends on this special day for a beautiful walk on the beach in celebration of Sue’s life.
Please grab every day like it could be your last – because it could be… please tell that special someone in your life that you love them and hold their hand. To quote a passage from a recent novel, I read: “Cherish and take care of what you value, Happiness is fragile. Appreciate every moment and do everything you can to protect it. The rest of life, in a sense, is background noise.” – Michael Studley