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Sue Carroll

Sue Carroll

(1953 – 2011)

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Sue Carroll

Sue Carroll
(1953 – 2011)

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Sue Carroll

(1953 – 2011)
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About Sue
This is an online tribute to Sue Carroll. Susan Elizabeth Carroll was an English journalist, best known for her time as a columnist at the Daily Mirror.
Sue Carroll was born in 1953 at Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, where her father worked in a shop selling electrical goods. After leaving Gosforth Grammar School she joined D. C. Thomson & Co. in Dundee, Scotland. Working on the weekly teenage girls magazine Jackie she assisted on its "Cathy and Claire" problem page and then moved on to write the magazines fashion and beauty features. At age 20 she moved to London to work as features editor for Woman.
She moved to the News Of The World, where she was later involved in the launch of its Sunday magazine.
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About Sue
Moving to sister paper The Sun as Women's editor and than as a features writer, she acted as a mentor to the assistant writer of the newspapers A-Z of Soaps column, Rebekah Wade.
Sue Carroll joined the Daily Mirror in 1998, writing under the banner "Warm, witty and straight to the point... Britain's best columnist", her column featured her thoughts on society and values, popular culture and celebrity. She was described by Kevin Maguire, an associate editor at the Daily Mirror, as "the queen of columnists".
Sue Carroll died Christmas Day 2011. This is an online memorial created to honour her life and her career. May she rest in peace.
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On 15th Jan 2012
PAM REDICAN
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If you think about a good life being about making a positive difference to other people's lives, then Sue had a fantastic life. My thoughts are with her Mum and family at this sad time.
Luv and Hugs Pam x
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Sue Carroll

This is an online tribute to Sue Carroll. Susan Elizabeth Carroll was an English journalist, best known for her time as a columnist at the Daily Mirror.
Sue Carroll was born in 1953 at Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, where her father worked in a shop selling electrical goods. After leaving Gosforth Grammar School she joined D. C. Thomson & Co. in Dundee, Scotland. Working on the weekly teenage girls magazine Jackie she assisted on its "Cathy and Claire" problem page and then moved on to write the magazines fashion and beauty features. At age 20 she moved to London to work as features editor for Woman.
She moved to the News Of The World, where she was later involved in the launch of its Sunday magazine....

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Rest in peace Sue
I first met Sue at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of Sue
My fondest memory of Sue was ****
Sue used to really enjoy ****
What I will miss the most about Sue is ****
Sue inspired me to ****
Sue changed my life by ****
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