Susan-Caniglia-Obituary

Susan Eileen Caniglia

FRISCO, Nebraska

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I miss you.

Rest in peace my Dear friend. We grew apart years ago, but I never forgot all the good times we had together and I never will. You had a good heart and you were a great Mom. I'm so glad Jodi gave you grandbabies to spoil and love. I was saddened to see you had past. We have lost our son at age 21 on Father's Day in 2011 and my Dad in September of 2012. And now a special friend.
My deepest sympathy to Jodi and your family.
Sincerely, Chrissy

I remember the smile.

I remember the first day I met Mommit. It was the day after I met Jodi. Jodi took me to meet her parents at their house on the river in Omaha. Mommit greeted us with her usual big smile and a welcoming “Hi, I'm Susie.” I will always remember that smile. She greeted us with that same smile hundreds of times over the years. She always beamed with that great big smile every time Jodi, the kids and I saw her. I miss her smile today.



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Mommit, I always felt a special bond because of the way your nick name came about when I heard my mom ask papa "where's mom at." It was special to me that you chose to go by this name for over 20 years after. There were plenty of other bonds we had as well though. I remember being excited for your delicious dinners and you reading me my favorite stories. I remember going from making anti smoking signs and litrrature for you to smoking with you on the back porch with coffee in the...

Dear Mommit,
I really dreaded writing this because I don't want to accept the fact that you're gone... it doesn't even seem real. One day you seemed fine, and the next day everything just changed... Ill never forget all of the memories we shared together. I remember when you took care of me after I got my tonsils out, I remember calling you on the phone everyday for hours while we played webkinz together, I remember when we sewed a little quilt together, and when you took me to my choir...

Dear Mom,

I am very blessed to be your daughter. As I have grown, so has my appreciation and love for you.

When I was a young child there were so many things I didn't understand. You worked so hard and sacrificed so much for me. There were many dreams that you put on hold and dreams that never came true. I'm sure there were times that you were frustrated, yet you never gave less than your very best to me. You didn't have an exciting job and never traveled the world or...

Dear Mommit,
I really dreaded writing this because I don't want to accept the fact that you're gone... it doesn't even seem real. One day you seemed fine, and the next day everything just changed... Ill never forget all of the memories we shared together. I remember when you took care of me after I got my tonsils out, I remember calling you on the phone everyday for hours while we played webkinz together, I remember when we sewed a little quilt together, and when you took me to my choir...

Dear Mom,

I am very blessed to be your daughter. As I have grown, so has my appreciation and love for you.

When I was a young child there were so many things I didn't understand. You worked so hard and sacrificed so much for me. There were many dreams that you put on hold and dreams that never came true. I'm sure there were times that you were frustrated, yet you never gave less than your very best to me. You didn't have an exciting job and never traveled the world or...

Dear Mommit,

I love you so much and will send you a kiss to heaven every night. I turn my star light on for you and make wishes for you. I will sing to you and make you songs too.

You were so much fun and I miss you coming over to my house to play with me. I loved watching "Annie" with you and singing all the songs together.

I hope you are happy now that you aren't sick anymore.

I love you, Lainie

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Susan's Obituary

Susan Caniglia passed away in FRISCO, Nebraska. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on April 23, 2013.