Suzanne Aubert died on the 1st October 1926. The news of her death made headlines. She was one of the greatest women in public effort and loving-sacrifice New Zealand has known. Suzanne Aubert wrote “Can we hope to be near God at the time of death, if, during life, we have kept at a distance from Him?” (Directory 6, page 322)

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