Jerome, so so sorry
Just got back on facebook to see this and Doreens video of her and Joe this all breaks my heart!
I have such amazing memories growing up of you guys visiting my grandparents in the Bronx sharing your love of dogs..you guys were favorites of Grandpa Nick and my Dad.. your and Susan's visits were always so special to all of us! Words cannot describe!! SUSAN A BEAUTIFUL PERSON inside and out.
One can see why she was the love of your life. Again so so sorry!! BETTY JOY & JOE. XOXO
Dear Jerome, David and I are so sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed our conversations with you both at all our family gatherings. We always felt a commonality with you both as real New Yorkers. I will never forget the first time you introduced us to her— she was a beautiful, intelligent teenager with that long beautiful dark hair and soulful eyes. She will be missed and remains in our prayers.
I loved working with Su! I'm grateful to her for listening and discussing to create our new and improved air monitoring website. I was looking forward to getting back to working with her, not only for the things I was going to learn from her, but also because I enjoyed chatting with her, about many things, and not all related to work! I miss her already. I'm so so sorry for your loss!
Jerome I can’t tell you how sorry I am to hear of the passing of the Love of your life Susan.
My very first memory of Susan was the time I met her at your mom and dads house when I was a kid. I was with your sisters, and you and Susan walked in.
That long black hair and her soft spoken voice.
The songs that remind me of her are Midnight at the Oasis and Brand New Roller skates.
Fond memories May she Rest In Peace. Love cousin Monica
We met when we were young and our paths took different directions. then once again we were reacquainted. You and Jerome will always have a special place in my heart.
You will be sorely missed.
Regina and Greg Lee
I had the pleasure of working with Su at NJDEP. She was smart and funny and kind and quirky and spunky in all the best ways. She was amazing at what she did, combining the artistic with the technical to make beautiful and functional webpages. She was particularly proud of the last one she completed for us -- check it out because it's truly stunning (https://www.state.nj.us/dep/cleanair/). She quickly became part of the team, taking on our environmental missions as her own and often shared her findings with us. I've received so many wonderful messages from colleagues that worked with her on their experiences with her. She was well-liked and will be missed. I'm so sad for your loss, and for ours. May she rest in peace. If there was a favorite charity of hers that staff could donate to in her name, please let me know. Many have asked how they can honor her memory.
Our adventures began at the High School of Art and Design and the trio moved on to Visual Arts. Queens, the Slope, Bayone, and finally N.J. Fondest of memories. I Will miss you dearly. R.I.P.
It is with deep sadness to mourn the passing of my sister Susan. Susan was deeply committed to her husband Jerome. They devoted themselves to each other to build a live filled with creativity and vitality. She loved learning and working. Her intellect and curiosity was deep, which manifested in her work as a web designer and technology wizard. She will be greatly missed by all of her family. As her older sister I can say she lived a life true to herself. My feisty little sister was unique.
Thursday, July 16, 2020