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PARENTS HOLD CONCERT IN MEMORY OF SUZIE


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mother and father from Abbots Langley are holding a memorial concert for their


daughter who died 10 years ago. Mike and June Chase, of Gallows Hill Lane,


wanted to hold a concert to remember their daughter Suzie and to raise money for a charity close to their hearts. Suzie Chase, who attended Parmiter‟s School,


was travelling in Australia 10 years ago when she died in a car accident on 15 May 2001 at the age of 23. Suzie‟s mother June, a complimentary


therapist, told My Abbots News why they had decided to hold a concert. “Suzie was a very out- going and fun person and was well liked by everyone. “She was an inspiration to her friends and she


still inspires me today. Suzie was having the time of her life in Australia and I think it is important to remember and celebrate Suzie‟s life.” The concert, named „Concert for Suzie‟, will be


held at Breakspeare School in Gallows Hill Lane, 8pm onwards, on Saturday 11 June. Suzie‟s


June and Mike Chase with a photo of their daughter Suzie.


father Mike will be performing live with his jazz/ blues band, Grapevine Blues, plus friends. June, originally from South Africa, said: “After


the band there will be a disco so people can have a good dance. There will also be buffet food for the first 100 people or so. I am envisaging good weather so hopefully we can make use of the beautiful garden that the hall opens on to.” Proceeds from the concert will go to a charity


June‟s sister runs in Johannesburg, South Africa. “My sister has been running the Melrose Methodist Church Soup Kitchen for the homeless in Johannesburg for several years now and every Sunday they feed 50-60 people. Tickets for the concert are £5 (which includes


food), and are available on the door, or in advance from Mike and June Chase on 01923 563208.


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