Susan Marie Tomko

June 21, 1955January 17, 2021

Susan Marie Tomko-Bazzel, age 65, passed away on 1/17/2020 at Abington Health Center.

She was a long time resident of Southampton, Susan was born on June 21, 1955 in Warminster, to parents, Alex and Ruth Tomko. She graduated from William Tennent in 1973. Susan went on to establish a career in executive services working for the Philadelphia Inquirer and later opening her own transcription business. Prior to retirement she worked part time in the Southampton Parks and Recreation department. She chose to follow her passion in retirement and became of part time dog walker.

Susan enjoyed keeping busy throughout the years. She was a regular at the racquetball club when she was younger and transitioned to golf over the years. She had many social circles throughout the community, which included pickleball, bowling, kayaking, and bike riding.

Susan is survived by her husband, Thomas Bazzel; her children, Caryn and Kevin Bazzel; and her sisters, Ruth Tomko Ruddy, and Jeanne Tomko.

To respect Susan’s wishes, a private service will be scheduled at a later date.


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Mary Ann Sewell

February 1, 2021

My sincere condolences to Tom, Kevin and Caryn. The world has lost a gentle, kind spirit. It seems like only yesterday when we were children running through the corn fields beyond your home on Azalea Drive after many a Sunday dinner with your family. I can still see your wry smile and hear snippets of your keen, acerbic wit. You always had a strong moral compass and were a strikingly forthright
woman. Like your Mom, you were an exceptionally creative, hard working, entrepreneurial individual. Like your Mom, you welcomed friends and family alike to your home. You worked hard, played hard and lived life with gusto to its fullest measure. Too soon, gone too soon. My deepest sympathy to all her family and dear friends.
Your cousin, Mary Ann Sewell

Denise Nutter

January 28, 2021

Best dog watcher ever!! One of my favorite memories of Sue is our many nights spent at the dog park with Buddy and Leo. We always had a lot of laughs. And the bantering that used to go on between Caryn and Sue was always hysterical. She will be missed. Praying for the family!❤️

Denise Witsch Keiser

January 27, 2021

My heart aches with the passing of a dear, dear friend. There were so many great times and wonderful memories.
With sympathy, hugs and blessings to Tom, Caryn and Kevin

Debbie Mascaro-Acker(Hibbs)

January 25, 2021

My condolences to Sue’s family. Seems like yesterday that I spent time chatting with her. She will be missed at our class get togethers. So very sorry for your loss.

Jean Rice

January 25, 2021

Our deepest sympathy in Sue's passing. I was shocked to read it in the paper. We had fun playing fistball at the V.E. Club and then golfing together. May she rest in peace. Our prayers go to you Tom and your children. Love, Ron and Jean Ricce

Tracy Andrusko

January 24, 2021

I am so sad to hear of Sue’s passing. I am an instructor at AFC. Sue always took my classes for years..she smiled always no matter what the challenge was for the day. I will miss her terribly we dedicated our workouts today to her..Everyone at AFC sends love and prayers to her family...Tracy

chris zobel

January 24, 2021

I am shocked to see the obituary for Sue in the paper. Sue was such a good person to talk with at the Warminster Dog park when she was there with Leo. She will definitely be missed by all. Sue also kept me up to date on Jeanne who I played soccer with many years ago (like when she had a broken leg). My thoughts are with the family

Cousin Johnny Sewell

January 21, 2021

It was with much sadness to hear of Cousin Sue's passing.
Sue was a kind, considerate and thoughtful human being.
Sue was generous and welcoming, especially to my parents
Norma & Reds Sewell. Sue included them in her numerous
cookouts & pool parties.
What I always liked about Sue was that she was honest, candid
and straightforward. You always knew exactly where
you stood with Sue. Sue was never pretentious.
My sister Mary Ann Sewell and I shall keep Sue in our prayers
along with her grieving family.
To Tom, Caryn & Kevin, there are no woods sufficient enough
to soften the tremendous blow of losing a great wife and a
most caring , loving and devoted mother.
Deepest sympathy,
Cousin Johnny Sewell

Bonnie White

January 21, 2021

Sue will be greatly missed by all her golf friends both at Fairways and our Tuesday traveling group. It was always a pleasure to play with her.

Marge Sokolowski

January 20, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss. Sue was a very kind person and will be missed. Keeping you in our prayers. With deepest sympathy,

The Sokolowski Family