Suzanne Meyers (Talbot), 65, of Blue Ridge, passed away May 22, 2019, with her loved ones by her side.
For the majority of Suzanne’s life, she was a self-employed business woman. She started out her career as an interior decorator in Florida creating designer pillows for several celebrities which included Sophia Loren and Burt Reynolds.
In the late 1980’s, Suzanne relocated to Blue Ridge where she opened her store called Cabin Fervor, which specialized in rustic cabin decor, and in her recent years, making beautiful sought after soy candles, which she sold under the label of Trappeur’s Lodge. She was truly a perfectionist and an artist with an eye for detail. From interior design, creating custom birch bark mirrors and cornish boards, to making beautiful candles, she always put her mark on anything her hands touched.
Not only did Suzanne love making her candles, but what brought her just as much joy was simply giving them away out of the goodness of her heart. As many of her friends have stated, she was such a kind and loving person ... a true sweetheart.
Another of Suzanne’s passions was being an activist for all creatures, especially for the homeless cats which she would mother as if they were her own children, along with her horses and best buddy of a dog called Bonnie.
She was predeceased by husband, Scott Meyers; parents, Reginald and Vivian Talbot; and younger sister, Vivian Talbot.
Survivors include her partner in life, Michael Reece; her sister, Kathleen and husband Brian MacDonald of Sanford, Maine; and her sister, Barbara and husband Donald Alexandre of Austin, Texas. Other survivors include her two nephews, Evan and Garrett Michaud; great niece and nephew, Hope and Gavin Michaud; and several cousins and many wonderful friends.
A private and simple service will be held at a later date.