Shawn Carney, Executive Director of the Brazos Valley Coalition For Life called Susan the most efective sidewalk counselor in the organization's history.
Someday her record of six lives saved will be broken by another Texas A & M student. If Susan could be here today she would tell you that is just fine with her. You can be sure of this in no uncertain terms.
Radio talk show hostess Laura Ingraham, herself a cancer survivor, was duly inmpressed with Susan's accomplishments at the 2007 Coalition for Life dinner and said so.
American Hero Col. Oliver North at the BVCFL dinner in 2008 praised Susie and politely gave Susie's family credit for her accomplishments but it was Susie who inspired her family and Susie who deserves the credit.
So go on out there and get just one child saved and be very, very proud of that. The if you are so fortunate to be able to do it again, well, go do it. Sidewalk counselors are very special people and we all believe in you. Please, best Susan's mark. You can do it.
Lowry Mays, founder of Clear Channel Communications wrote Susan’s Dad saying, “she was a role model.” Lowry had arranged for Susie to sit with the Governor of Texas, Rick Perry as they watched the Aggies defeat Army in the Alamodome Sept. 16, 2006. Susie had her new wig on that day. “The Governor played with it in his fingers” she whispered. It had been a special day.