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Susan Johnson Hart ~ 1941-2012

We all have been blessed in some way by our loving friend and associate, Susan Hart.  She shared her wisdom, her love, a drink with us from time to time.  The biggest gift she always gave was that of her heart….just like her last name.  God rest your precious and loving soul, Susan.

Susan Hart, a beloved and well respected Vero Beach REALTOR®, passed away on July 10, 2012. During her successful real estate career spanning 40+ years, Susan befriended and touched the lives of so many people with her generosity of spirit, contagious laughter, and never ending friendship. Born in Belmont, NC and graduated from Winter Haven (FL) High School in 1960. Following high school, she worked in the photography and film department at Cypress Gardens. In 1973, Susan became Administrative Assistant at Grenelefe Golf and Tennis Resort Real Estate Company. With the encouragement of her fellow colleagues, Susan obtained her real estate license in 1978. After a successful tenure at Grenelefe, Susan moved to Vero Beach in 1984. She became the top sales associate for Schaub Communities (Baytree, The Shores and Grand Harbor) until 1989. She continued her illustrious career as top sales associate for Spinnaker Development (Marbrisa, Mariner Village, Ocean Colony, and Arthur Rutenberg Homes) becoming the recipient of the Arthur Rutenberg prestigious “Gold Club” award for the state. In 1994, Susan joined Norris & Company Real Estate and for the past four years, partnered with Renee Nyquist-Northen.  Susan was continually acknowledged for her outstanding achievements as one of the top associates for sales and listings throughout her association with Norris & Company.

Susan’s commitment and professionalism to her clients, colleagues and friends was the foundation of her very successful real estate career. Susan’s sense of humor, love for so many, devotion and generosity to her family and friends, commitment to her job, and a unique ability for bringing laughter into those lives she touched, will be forever missed.

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