Suzanne L. Denallo
December 19, 1951 – December 31, 2018
Suzanne L. Denallo, age 67, of Mentor, passed away Dec. 31, 2018 after a 36 year battle with Multiple Sclerosis. Born December 19, 1951 in Cleveland, Ohio to Francis and Muriel (Coan) Kaye. Susie was a very loving mother, sister, aunt and friend of many. Susie is survived by her sons Frank and Mike, her sisters Helen Wittman, Re Mullholland-Gazzuolo (Johnny), Muriel Kaye, Eileen Sofia (deceased) (Gary), Patricia Murray (William), and Maureen Gray (Todd); brother Frank Kaye III (Olga); 8 nieces and nephews; and 6 great nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. Saturday, January 12 at St. Clare Church in Lyndhurst. Interment Knollwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends at THE DiCICCO AND SONS FUNERAL HOME 5975 MAYFIELD RD. MAYFIELD HTS.,(at Lander Rd.) FRIDAY 3 TO 8 PM. Online guest registry and condolences www.diciccoandsonsfh.com
- Visitation Friday, January 11, 2019
- Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, January 12, 2019
- Interment Saturday, January 12, 2019
Suzanne L. Denallo
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January 13, 2019
Mike & Frank I knew you both were amazing the first time I met you. The way you both loved and cared for her stayed in my heart. You all will never be forgotten as long as live.
January 6, 2019
Susie, you are in heaven now with Mom, Dad and Eileen. You are free of that terrible disease, Multiple Sclerosis, that has trapped you in your body for so many years. As Margaret Duhigg said to me "she lived her purgatory here on earth." AMEN. Given all you've been through I admired you, for you never lost your sense of humor and complained very little. You also, had the love of two magnificent boys, Frank and Mike and they loved you so. And I will love and miss you beyond words.
#1 of 8...Helen
January 3, 2019
Dear Michael and Frankie, So very sorry for the loss of your mother. She was a beautiful person in every way. May you take comfort in knowing that you did everything you could for her over the many years of her illness. You were both her pride and joy in life. She is now at peace.
Sincerely, Mary Minnillo