Susan Dart Howell
January 2, 1933 – November 30, 2011
Susan Dart Howell Merritt Island, Florida
Susan Dart Howell, 78, of Merritt Island, Florida, passed away Wednesday November 30, 2011. She was born in White Plains, New York. Susan moved to Brevard County in 1977 and after moving away for a time, returned to the area in 1986. She sold real estate for 20 years with Daignault Realty. Susan was a graduate of the University of Vermont. She was past president of the Brevard Library Board, cofounder and past president of the Brevard Newcomers Association, a member of the Merritt Island Women’s Club and the Daughters of the American Revolution. Susan was very active in the local Republican Party. Some of her hobbies were playing bridge and involvement in civic activities. Susan was preceded in death by her parents Robert Franklin and Adelaide Aubrey Dart. She is survived by her husband Fred Howell of Merritt Island, Florida; son Jeffrey Howell and Susan Emond of New Hampshire, son Gordon (Jana) Howell of Prague, Czech Republic; grandchildren Jennifer Howell and Christopher Howell of New Hampshire, Alexander Howell of Prague, Czech Republic; brother Charles R. (Sylvia) Dart of Fremont, Indiana; and nephew William Dart of Newburgh, Indiana. Friends are invited to gather in her honor on Tuesday 27 December from 3:30-5:00pm at Cedar Creek Assisted Living, 4279 Judith Avenue, Merritt Island. Contact email@example.com or phone (800) 501-0302.
Arrangements under the direction of Wylie-Baxley Funeral Home, Merritt Island, FL.
Susan Dart Howell
December 28, 2011
I will miss our chats. You certainly was an inspiration to me before my husband passed away in helping me deal with his illness.
Sometime we question why things happen so suddenly. . . I truly believe, God needed another angel, he called you. Now Buddy has a friend to lean on.
Thank you for your friendship.
December 25, 2011
With love and sympathy The Fleming Family
December 17, 2011
You were one of the first people I met upon moving to Brevard County in 1998. We shared many a Newcomer memory. You will be missed. Joyce Fish (Cape Canaveral)
December 13, 2011
You will be missed.