Suzanne Fayette

Suzanne Fayette grew up in Montreal, Canada where she attended John Abbott College (CEGEP) graduating with an associate degree in Sociology at Trent University.  Suzanne moved to the United States in 1983, married, and raised her three sons in Peru, NY in the Adirondacks on 35 acres, teaching them the love of hiking, biking, fishing, and sailing.

In 2013, Suzanne moved to Alexandria Bay to be with her husband, Mike, who at the time was her fiancé.  Together, they bought 100 acres in Hammond, NY with rights to Black Lake.  Her love for NY has grown from Adirondacks to the Thousand Islands, to the beautiful Indian River Lakes.

Suzanne has also been a lifelong proponent of children’s education and has worked in several educational facilities including, Peru Central School, Plattsburgh State University, Morristown Central School. She is presently the Assistant to the Superintendent at Hammond Central School.

Suzanne is also on the Board of Directors for Hearts For Youth Inc., and a Chairperson on the Board of Directors for Gordon Court in Alexandria Bay. Suzanne wanted to be part of an organization that brings people back to nature – and she has found that in the Indian River Lakes Conservancy.