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Debra Beth Suich Obituary
Debra Beth Suich May 20, 1947 - June 24, 2012 Manhattan, NY - Former Thompson resident Debra Beth Suich, age 45, beloved daughter of Susan Izzo Blair and Joseph Suich Sr, passed away on Sunday, June 24 after a short, but courageous battle with cancer. Debra lived her life to the fullest. After graduating from Tourtellotte Memorial High School and the University of Connecticut she went on to successful careers in the fashion and human resource industries. Most recently she was employed by Columbia University Medical Center in New York. Debra was involved in many activities throughout her childhood, and especially enjoyed growing up on the shores of Quaddick Lake. One of her most proud moments was when she won a blue ribbon with her horse at the Woodstock Fair. Through her work and in her spare time she traveled to many countries, but had a special affinity for London. She grew into a worldly, amazing and strong woman who was an inspiration to all. Debra had a kind and thoughtful way that made everyone feel special. She loved spending time with her family, especially her niece Lili Marie. She had the unique ability to make any event lively and fun, lighting up the room simply with her presence. In addition to her parents, Debra leaves behind her brothers David Suich and Joseph Jr., his wife Nicole and their daughter Lili Marie. Debra is also survived by her grandmother Rita Izzo, her uncle and aunt James and Lynda Coyle, her cousin Brian Coyle and his children, Ava and Andrew; her uncle Robert Suich, and countless friends. A mass celebrating Debra's life will be held on Saturday, June 30th at 12:00 P.M. at St. Joseph Church in North Grosvenordale, CT. There will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, donations in Debra's memory can be made to one of her favorite charities - Milestones for Children at http://www.milestonesforchil - or a .

Published in Norwich Bulletin on June 29, 2012
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