Susan Florence Anspach

Nov 23, 1942 – Apr 2, 2018 (Age 75)


November 23, 1942 - April 2, 2018 Beloved mother, award-winning actress, and social activist, Susan Florence Anspach, passed away from cardiac arrest at her home in Los Angeles. Born in Queens, New York, Susan studied at Catholic University of America where she fell in love with acting. She later...

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Oh Susan, I'm so sad to have heard of your passing without having that one last conversation with you to make it Ok. I enjoyed you and was happy to send you the tropical plant you loved for your Bday in 2014. I didn't know you as Susan the talented actress or Susan the brilliant intellectual; but I knew a sweet Susan that triumphed over her childhood traumas to an accomplished loving of family first then the gifts you shared. You could be stubborn,but I love you as a beautiful child of God....

Dear Caleb,

I am so very sorry about the passing of your precious mother. I know you had a very special relationship with your Mom.

Peace and Joy in heaven for Susan

Susan's children and grandchildren, I want to send my deepest condolences to you all. You are in my prayers. I know how much your mom loved all of you.

Susan loved her turtle.

I would like to express my

Deepest condolences to Susan's children and grand children who she loved dearly.

God Bless you family of Susan.

Susan's childrean and grandchildrean who she loved with all her heart, I would like to send my deepest condolences to you. I hope you find comfort she is in God's arms now in peace. I'm sad at this time but know that all the memories you have of your mother. She loved to talk about your accomplishments Caleb and her daughter too. She loved unconditionally. She was sweet and had a hard childhood to which she overcame and produced fruit in her life.

Dear Susan, I enjoyed meeting you on Facebook and we had some things in common and then talking to you on the phone having interesting conversations and sometimes laughing. You were sweet intellectual and a good mother and grandmother and friend to all your friends. I'm sorry we hadn't spoken for a while and I wish you to R.I.P in the loving arms of Jesus.

I knew Susan casually at CUA and later followed her career, seeing her on stage in the national touring company of A View from the Bridge (with CUA grad Jon Voight) and in numerous films and TV appearances, including Montenegro, one of my favorite films.

She had had a hard but full life. RIP, Susan.