Susanna M. Carbonell
September 5, 1944 – May 1, 2018
Susanna M. Carbonell was born on September 5, 1944 and passed away on May 1, 2018
- Visitation Monday, May 7, 2018
- Funeral Mass Tuesday, May 8, 2018
- Committal Service Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Susanna M. Carbonell
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Shirley C. Crallie
July 2, 2018
You was the youngest of the girls in our family , you was sweet, caring, a good sister and must thank you for that one day that Sister Mary Marita , BVM said to us "There's the door " and I was ready to split the scene and leave but you saved the day and we were able to graduate from St. Mary's an all Catholic girl high school. Eleanor, Anita, Sandy, I and you in that order. God was good to us all and am thankful that He was so to all of us, but I struggled the most with different jobs after school , during my study period I had to work in the kitchen , after school clean and maintain the chemistry lab and on week-ends rendered one half of my allowance from school.
You loved doing puzzles instead of doing your home work and I told you home work and good grades were more important. You could always do puzzles in your leisure time but you was interested in running to Mike's to help in his restaurant or the hot dog stand. I gave Cousin, Joanie a picture of you at the picnic table with Ma, Anita, Sandy and you in the 1950's. You looked like Joanie with your dimple. What a great picture and memory to share. RIP ,Susanna God has you in His company and we have you in our hearts forever. Love you and miss you. May we meet hand in hand that Bobby's has on their monument at Mt. Carmel Cemetery.
Mark O Brien
May 12, 2018
I was fortunate to meet Susanna through my lovely wife of 30 plus years Sandra Ann O'Brien. Susanna was a woman who was always there and eventually needed the care of her family. By the grace of God, Sandy Turek stepped up and became a guardian angel to her sister. The little house next to Sandy and Marshall's home became her residence.
The Turek's worked hard and protected Susanna for many years. I firmly believe that the Turek family added years to Susanna's life when a different path could have happened.
I was always impressed by the sharp mind of Susanna Mary Carbonell. Susanna always remembered all birthdays and had a photographic memory of pictures. Susanna knew dates, places, events from years ago and it was like that to the end.
I was lucky enough to know Susanna Mary Carbonell and she taught me a valuable lesson on life. As deep and dark as life can get Susanna never seemed to give up and always thought things would get better. That takes a very strong person.
I will miss you Susanna Mary Carbonell.