Susan Jacks Died: What Was Her Cause Of Death?

Susan Jacks is no more!

A very famous and renowned Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer passed away at the age of 73. As per the reports on the Internet, Susan Jacks was suffering from kidney disease.

She was born on 19th August 1948 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She, along with her family, moved to Columbia. However, she began her career as a performer on a Canadian television show when she was just fifteen years old. She recorded her numerous performances and songs with famous performers named Tom and Howie Vickers.

In the year of 1977, Jacks signed with Polydor Records. Later, she met with a guy who was a Canadian Football League player in the same year. They got married in the year 1980 and had a son named Thad.

Her husband died of lung cancer in the year 2005. After her husband’s death, she was suffering from kidney disease. She, along with her fellows, started raising awareness programs.

However, she was a very loving and kind-hearted lady. She was passionate about her work. She had a lot of fans, followers, and loved ones who were devastated by her death.

According to the sources, Susan was taken to a hospital as she was struggling with severe and deteriorating conditions. Also, she stayed for several weeks. Her son shared the news that she had been struggling for her life and was on ventilation.

Her few colleagues visited her, and she was in an amazing mood. Also, she received a kidney transplant from her beloved brother named Bill. Moreover, a very close friend of Susan paid a tribute by sharing a very heartbreaking caption about how he and Susan met for the very first time.

Red Robinson wrote that he was shattered to learn about the passing away news of a loyal friend. He mentioned that she used to lit up the lives of all her fans. She had a great career with The Poppy Family and solo success. Moreover, we are trying to reveal other details regarding her obituary.

We share our deepest condolences to Susan’s family, friends, and loved ones!

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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