Susan Anne Mazur

September 7, 1948March 20, 2019

.Susan Mazur Passed Away on 03/20/2019 after a long battle with cancer. She didn't want any services because she wanted to be remembered the way she was when she was alive. She is survived by her husband of 53 years Ronald Mazur. Two children her son Ronald Jr & his wife Stacey. And her Daughter Christine Mazur. Four Grand Children, Two Great Grand Children. And was predeceased by one Grand Son. She had been employed at LVHN POCONO Hospital. She was born in Jamestown North Dakota on 09/07/1948. She was not only my Wife but also my Best Friend. She served a short time on Portland Boro Council. Ladies auxiliary of PH&L CO #1 and Portland Ambulance Corps auxiliary.


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Susan Anne Mazur

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Michael Mazur

March 26, 2019

Grandma was a big influence in my life, in my earlier years. Her and my grandfather always took care of me and helped raise me. I truly am going to miss her and have alot of regrets. I have never stopped thinking of her and never will. I love you Grandma! Love Mikey

Jodi Corrigan

March 24, 2019

We will miss Aunt Sue, my Aunt Sue while being sick always asked about our family first to see how they were doing. Aunt Sue was a strong, independent woman which I very much admired. I will never forget the day I asked her if she was working when sick and said she will work and whatever she needs to do. Always strong even when she wasn’t well! I will never forget my Aunt Sue when lived on Harrison Road when I was probably 8-9 years old and the most beautiful memories as a niece when we did my hair with sponge rollers and a hair dryer. To this day I remember vividly sitting on the bed doing our hair when I was little. It was so special to me. I also have great memories babysitting with Grandma Mazur for my cousin’s Chrissy and Ronnie. I spent lots of time with my Aunt Sue and Uncle Ronnie when I was little. It was always fun!! Aunt’s and Uncles’s are a very special part of growing up! Love you Aunt Sue and wish we had more time but blessed for the time we had!! ❤️❤️