OBITUARY

Suzanne Lucille Cenot

June 1, 1939December 31, 2020
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Suzanne Cenot, 81, born on June 1, 1939, passed away on December 31, 2020 with her loving family by her side. Born on the beautiful island of St. Lucia, Suzanne later moved to Barbados and then to the United States in order to make a better life for her sons. In 2004, Suzanne moved from Brooklyn, NY to Connecticut after an illness where she lived with her loving son, Willard, daughter-in-law Ann, and granddaughter Anieka. Suzanne didn’t know her mother and she put her heart, dedication, and soul into supporting her father, Amelia Cenot, and her three sons. Suzanne also dedicated her heart to all the people she worked for, and gave them the greatest care as an aide. Suzanne is survived by, and will be dearly missed by, her two sons Peter and Willard Cenot, daughters-in-law Ann Cenot and Cecilia Cenot; her beloved grandchildren: Anieka, Kaamal Cenot, Inercia Satney, and Tony Vaurussou; great-grandchildren: Kayden Cenot-Watson, Khrys-Anne Satney, and Kaylee Satney. Suzanne joins her son, John “Tony” Cenot with the lord who was lost on August 20, 2013. Calling hours will be held on Friday, January 8, 2020 at New Britain Memorial-Sagarino Funeral Home, 444 Farmington Ave, New Britain, CT from 4-7pm. A Mass of Christian Burial to follow on Saturday, January 9, 2020 at St. Katherine Drexel Parish Church of St. Jerome, 1010 Slater Rd, New Britain, CT 06053 at 10:00am (please meet Suzanne’s family directly at church). Interment to follow at Fairview Cemetery, 120 Smalley St, New Britain, CT 06051. For an online memorial, please visit www.NewBritainSagarino.com.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Willard Cenot
  • Rev. Roger Forman
  • Kaamal Cenot
  • Peter Cenot
  • Setphan Sandiford
  • Ausbert James

Services

  • Calling Hour

    Friday, January 8, 2021

  • Funeral Mass - Please meet the family directly at church

    Saturday, January 9, 2021

  • Burial

    Saturday, January 9, 2021

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Alicia James

January 9, 2021

My auntie was a hard working woman ,who took care of her father till the end ,she would do anything for you ,she was the one who send us our very first barrel with groceries ,clothes and some goodies from the us,although not every thing i would agree with her, we had a misunderstanding when i came to new york ,letting her no that i get a job in boston ,boy ,oh boy she went crazy one me cause she didn't want me to go to boston ,we didn't talk for awhile, but we patch up thins up after i move back from boston to new york, and since then we never stop talking,she always tell me she 💘 me, and i no i was her favorite niece,lol , the only thing i regret is not seeing her when she was very ill ,but i did talk to her the 28th, and the last thing she said to me Ali i have to go , and my response was auntie you eh going no where yet ,and i get that call from my cuzin willard thursday dec 31st,that she went to meet her maker,oh i loose it,rest in peace auntie lu,, your favorite niece, alicia,aka gretto aka Ali,,grandad ,tony Leroy inez ,cant wait for you to join them,,,,

Mia &Family Thomas

January 9, 2021

Hey auntie. We love you very much. We know you are an angel up in heaven, just like you were on earth. We thank you for everything you’ve done for the families. Mostly everyone we’ve known came through your home, so we could have a better life in this country. And we will not forget your cooking your oxtail your rice and beans etc. etc. So thank you for just being yourself. We love you. We will miss you. Love Mia, Patsy, Mira, Melene, and Selena💕❤️

Mia Thomas/McCracken

January 9, 2021

Hi Aunty. I love you. And I miss you very much. When I came to this country 30 years ago you were the first face I saw on the airport to welcome me. And you have remain in my life always there for me. You were one of the sweetest souls in this world. I thought I could never love anyone else in this world like I love my grandma Faliciene. But I was lucky to have two of you. I know in my heart there will never be another auntie. I missed calling you and hearing your voice. But I know you are in a better place. I will see you again. I just have to keep telling my heart this. I will always love you. Always and forever. We Love you Mia. RIP My Sweet Auntie. 💕

Darlene Sawczysyn

January 8, 2021

Dearest Cenot Family -

May we express our deepest sympathy. Our family too enjoyed sitting and speaking with your mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was always interested and supportive about what was going on in my children's lives growing up. This was important to us since they only knew one grandparent and our family is small, so our church family at St. Jerome Church means a lot to us. She will be fondly remembered. You are all in our prayers.

Darlene Sawczysyn and Family

Yvonne Jones

January 8, 2021

Grandma Lucille "your life was a blessing and a memory to treasure". We wished you could be still here with us, but God saw that you were getting tired, and he came to you quietly and take you to a better place with him, and he only takes the best. I know heaven is a beautiful place, because they've got YOU. There's a lot to be remembered about you: Like going to the Aquaduct Flee Market almost every Saturday when we lived in NY. Your 50th birthday which was a "slam jam", your delicious cooking, and much more. Your lively presence around us was infectious as you made us joke and laugh. Those special memories of you will always be remembered. You are loved beyond words, and missed beyond measure. SIP until we meet again. Lovingly. Yvonne, Elton, Kiamesha, Jesaiah, Kameel, and baby Kameah.

Willard Cenot

January 8, 2021

My dearest Mom, my dearest mom dad as i lay her in your bed. I am wondering how is life going to be with out you , I am so sadden I can't sleep I dont know what to do with myself. I am asking myself how I am going to go on with out you. I am thinking of ways in how I can honor a great mother like you. Even in sickness and suffering and at times not understanding you
never lost your touch of being a mother. You have never let me down . I know I was bless to have a mother like you , I am so proud of you mom. You did it all on your own, RIP . Please tell my brother and grandad i love them.

Jane Gaspard

January 7, 2021

Lucille and me are first cousins, we lovingly shared childhood stores and laughed passionately. We spoke very frequently to check on each other well-being. Lucille was dedicated to her three boys and worked extremely hard to care for them. My husband would always find me when she called and he would say "Jane, your cousin Lucille is on the phone" I will really missed her sence of humor, May You Rest in Peace until we meet again

Anieka Cenot

January 7, 2021

The best grandma in the world awards goes to you if I could, as child always give me the best of the best I always remember getting what I want. As an adult you thought me a lot things that will stick with me for a life time and be passed on. I miss you dearly but I know your in a better place in heaven and in my heart with me. Until we meet again love always.

Your granddaughter
Anieka

Willard Cenot

January 4, 2021

To the greatest Mother who dedicated her life to her father and three sons. At no time did you ever put your self first , all the sacrifices you made for us will never be forgotten .


RIP Mom.
Your so Wille.

Love you.

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