Sue Naff

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Naff, Sue Neal.
Sue Neal Naff, age 73, of Huntington passed away Wednesday, September 11, 2013, at Bridgeport Hospital. Born in Battle Creek, Michigan, she was the daughter of the late Frederick and Betty (Peffer) Neal. She is survived by her four children and their families, Brooks N. Fulton, her husband Michael and their children Griff, Pierce and Addie, of Stratton Mountain, VT, Gentra N. Curran, her husband David and their children Hartley, Maks and Quinn of Fairfield, Holt Naff, his wife Amy and their children Sawyer and Laney of Fairfield, and Docia Boulin, her husband Pete and their daughter Kate, of Trumbull. Sue grew up in Fairfield learning to swim and sail at Black Rock Yacht Club. Her parents belonged to Brooklawn Country Club where she was a member for over 50 years. She attended Roger Ludlowe High School, House In the Pines in Norton, MA., and Roanoke College, in Salem, VA where she was a member of the Phi Mu sorority. Sue and her family lived in Easton for 30 years before she moved to Huntington. She was actively involved as a long time member of the Fairfield County Hunt Club. Her floral business, Sue Naff Creations, amazed brides and grooms, country clubs, and entertainers. Many of her arrangements were featured in national magazines. Sue was an active volunteer throughout her life, whether it was in a garden at one of her children's schools or reading to a young child. She truly enjoyed helping the community. Recently she was involved with the Norma F Pfriem Foundation, helping in the office with administrative work. She could be found on most Sundays volunteering at the Bridgeport Hospital Gift Shop. She also volunteered at Six to Six Magnet School in Bridgeport. She was a Deaconess at Greenfield Hill Congregational Church for many years and helped with their memorial garden. She loved anything and everything that had to do with her children and grandchildren, they in turn adored their "Sukie". She enjoyed being involved in their sports and hobbies. Whether it was a talent show or a baseball game, you could always find Sukie in the audience or on the sidelines unafraid to pump a fist or lend a cheer. She loved to travel and taught her children to not be afraid to broaden their horizons. She had a wonderful sense of humor. She loved to dance and music made her tick. Sue will be dearly missed by everyone who had the good fortune of knowing her. She touched so many lives. Friends are invited to attend a memorial service at Greenfield Hill Congregational Church in the memorial garden, 1045 Old academy Rd in Fairfield on Monday September 23rd at 10:00am. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Norma F Pfriem Breast Care Center, care of Bridgeport Hospital Foundation, 267 Grant St. Bridgeport, CT 06610. To send online condolences please visit


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Published in Connecticut Post on Sept. 15, 2013
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