Suzann Brocia

March 10, 1987June 1, 2019

Suzann Brocia was born on March 10, 1987 and passed away on June 1, 2019.


24 June


8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Caballero Rivero Westchester

8200 BIRD RD
Miami, Florida 33155

24 June

Committal Service

2:30 pm

Miami Memorial Park Cemtery

6200 SW 77 Avenue
Miami, Florida


Suzann Brocia

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Ron R

June 20, 2019

Sue was my good friend for many years. She was one of the sweetest and kindest people you could ever meet. We would have lunch together on her good days and talk about life’s challenges. She loved sushi, especially eel rolls. We also shared a love for American muscle cars. She would take American muscle over a much more expensive European sports car any day of the week. While I’m more of a Ford guy, Sue was Mopar through and through. I find myself asking if I could have done more, if others could have, or if Sue herself even realized the gravity of the situation. I don’t have the answers to those questions; but what I do know is that the World is a lesser place without her. I will dearly miss my friend Suzann and hope and pray that her kind but troubled soul is finally at peace. My sincere condolences to Sue’s family. Rest in peace now Sue and know that you will never be forgotten.

catherine mccann

June 11, 2019

My family sends their deepest sympathy on the loss of your daughter Suzann. We spent many days together with Suzann when she was seeing my son Robert . Our times together included theme parks and weekly lunches at local restaurants followed by afternoons at the mall shopping. Suzann was always a very sweet lovely young lady who will be sadly missed. May she now have everlasting peace in Gods arms. Cathy McCann ( Robert's Mother )

Tracy Jenkins

June 10, 2019

I want to send my deepest condolences to the family and friends. Sue was the kindest,sweetest young ladie I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. I am so sorry for your loss. “Littlebit” I pray that you are now at peace. Sleep with the angles sweet girl. You will be missed.

Carissa Latona

June 9, 2019

Suzann was a very good friend of mine during our college years. The Suzann I remember was always smiling and laughing. She loved silly inside jokes, pictures of cute animals, learning about other cultures, and - as I've seen others mention - she was great at math. We grew apart when she moved away. I tried to reach out to her and I didn't hear back, but I always hoped we'd reconnect someday.
I'm so sorry things turned out this way for you Suzann. I love you and I will never forget you.

Selina LockLear

June 9, 2019

Suzann was a sweet and funny woman. We went out a couple of years ago when she was in NY for her sister’s bachelorette weekend activities. We went shopping in Manhattan and I felt like I knew her forever. We bonded on so many things. She gave me the courage to explore more colorful clothing rather than the same old dark outfits I was wearing. She told me don’t dress like you’re old when you’re not. She insisted I change my wardrobe and I did. I will miss her dearly and our mini chats from time to time. My heart is heavy right now. I will miss you, Suzann. May you rest in paradise and peace my sweet friend.

Christine Dominianni

June 8, 2019

Suzann was my little sister. I have so many happy memories of when we were younger ... before she lost her way. There were the secret parties we tried to plan, the nail polish we pretended were people, the backstreet boy dances we learned, the crushes we had nicknames for, just to name a few. And even though she lost her way, there was a smart and kind person in there. She loved math and wanted to be an engineer. She was so happy when she found out her nephew was born. I will always love her and hope she has finally found peace.

Michelle Boyle

June 7, 2019

Michelle Boyle

June 7, 2019

I remember when Suzann and Christine stayed in my dorm room at college one night and they joined me in the celebration of Purim and explored NYC with me. I remember discussing the math team with Suzann and all the latest Mathesis stuff. She and I had so much in common; she felt like a younger sister to me. I was so happy to see her again at Christine's wedding and spoke to her a few times since then (she congratulated me when my girls were born). She was a very thoughtful and kind person and I am very upset she passed away.