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Dr. Suzanne Sorrells
8/26/1943 -  11/28/2019

Kathie Giltinan
Charleston, WV
Tuesday, December 10, 2019


My sincere condolences to Suzanneís friends and family. Jake, I have been thinking of you and Suzanne recently and I had a feeling she might not be well. I will miss her! She was one of my most favorite people. Sending you loving thoughts💐
 

Bill Cobb
Clendenin, WV
Thursday, December 5, 2019


Suzanne has been, and will always be a true friend, and will never be forgotten.

 

Tina Nelson
Royse City, TX
Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Dr. Sorrells was my French teacher in 1989. She was brilliant, tough but fair. I've always remembered her throughout the years.
Prayers for her family.
 

Cody Waters
Celeste, TX
Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Dr. Sorrells,

Thank you for pushing me to expect more from myself than I ever thought possible. Many of my memories from High School invole you. You're the reason that I was able to accomplish anything that gets in my way.
 

Stevan Whitaker
Mexico City, TX
Saturday, November 30, 2019


One of the people i wish i would have stayed in touch with. Her laugh was unmistakable and sense of humor was one of a kind. The World lost a great soul.
 

Lacy Saye
Houston, TX
Saturday, November 30, 2019


Dr. Sorrells gave me perhaps the greatest gift a teacher can give - confidence. Thank you for seeing something in myself, that I could not see. Your impact on my life will not go unforgotten, forever grateful for your "invitation."
 

Paula Young
Farmersville, TX
Saturday, November 30, 2019


I will miss you my friend, I do have some wonderful memories of our trips to the cabins and sitting by the fire talking about many different things but most of all our awesome Grandson John Douglas! Spread your wings and fly high my good friend!
 

Marilyn Rui
Colorado Springs, CO
Friday, November 29, 2019


It deeply saddens me to see the passing of such an amazing woman, mentor and friend. I was so lucky to be taught by Doc my freshman year. May she rest in peace, prayers to her family.
 

Cinnamon Malmgren
Dallas, TX
Friday, November 29, 2019


Dr. Sorrells wasnít just your average teacher. She was a force of nature. You could feel her intellect for miles. Her brilliance was mesmerizing, and even sometimes intimidating... but mostly INSPIRING. Her wit & intensity always pushed us to be better, not just in the classroom, but in our lives. She didnít expect greatness. She demanded it.

Dr. Sorrells opened my small-town mind to a much bigger world through literature and music, occasionally sharing with us a brief glimpse of her life as a young adult in San Francisco. The first time I visited San Fran, I sent her postcard. I continued to send them over the years, every time I visited there.

She was a groovy chick that just wanted us to be our best. Doc, you reached into the hearts and minds of so many us. Iíve thought of you often since leaving Celeste, and I will think of you forever.

Thank you for being the best teacher of my lifetime. Youíre brilliant. Youíre compassionate. And I hope those traits carry on through all of us...

Love you.
Cinnamon
 


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