Tributes paid to popular Susie, 27, after sudden death

TRIBUTES have been paid to a successful marketing executive who died suddenly at her home in Bury St Edmunds.

TRIBUTES have been paid to a successful marketing executive who died suddenly at her home in Bury St Edmunds.

Susan Goldby, 27, of Southern Belle Close in Bury St Edmunds, was a product marketing manager for Play.com in Cambridgeshire.

Police were called in by the ambulance service on Saturday evening after friends of the 27-year-old had failed to reach her by telephone.

The police forced their way into her home and she was taken to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, where she died some time later.


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Her partner Rich Archer said: “Susie had a bubbly personality and never missed out on the chance to party or even organise a party.

“She loved her job and the people at Play.com that she worked with, she was recently promoted to looking after Music and Books Marketing from looking after Warner Bros DVDs.

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“She was popular with all the London film studios and was fortunate enough to attend a number of premiers including Sex in the City 2 as recently as Thursday night and text me from the red carpet “Best Night Ever!”.

“She left us peacefully for which we must be thankful but her passing has left such a huge gap in my, her family and her friend’s lives, this wonderful girl will be truly missed.

Tests carried out after her death revealed she died of natural causes and, as a result, no inquest will be held.

Before joining Play.com nearly two years ago, Ms Goldby, who was educated at Oxford Brookes University, had worked for more than two years for Suffolk seed firm Thompson and Morgan as an electronic commerce assistant.

Her funeral will take place on June 11 at noon at West Suffolk Crematorium. All those who knew her are welcome to attend.

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