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January 02, 2018

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Ted Afield

I would like to echo this sentiment. I got to know Susie after she retired and when I was just entering the academy on the coincidence that she and her husband, Jack, were long time friends of my aunt and uncle in Indianapolis. Every time I ran into Susie, she was always genuinely curious about what I was up to as someone who had recently entered the academy, and she always had exceptionally thoughtful advice that she shared generously with me. My guess is that there are many others both at IU and beyond who can say the same thing. When I accepted my current appointment at Georgia State, her advice was a big reason why I did. She most definitely was a model of what good mentorship looks like, and she will be missed.

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