Susan-Baiata-Obituary

Susan Baiata

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BAIATA-Susan, age 46, of East Moriches, LI (formerly of Oakdale), suddenly on August 21, 2005. Beloved daughter of Patricia Baiata. Dear sister of John, Jr. and Dawn Baita-Nicolai. Loving mistress of her precious dachshund Katie. Reposing at Raynor & D'Andrea Funeral Home, 245 Montauk...

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Mom, there is nothing in this world I wouldn't give to have found you in time to tell you how much I love you. After 24 years of searching I finally found our family on your birthday last year. (I KNOW that was your doing.) They are absolutely amazing, but I still crave you. I want to actually feel your embrace, hear your voice, know your subtle facial expressions and be the recipient of a loving gaze from you. I imagine we would have been great friends since I too am a garden tending,...

Sue;

Here's one thing I've learned all too well since you left us: the grief never ends, because the love never dies. I've spent too many days now roaming this world without your laughter in it. I miss you - but only when I'm breathing.

Time passes. Memories fade. The world moves on. But hearts never forget.

I miss you, and wish I could tell you all the wonderful things that happen. It hurts me to see Grandma's writing here, because I miss you both so much.

I have been thinking of you and Aunt Pat so much this week. I can't believe it has been 6 years. I love you and miss you!

Dear Sue- I miss you all the time and am so glad that I was able to speak to your Mom and Brother John. The times we spent together will never fade and so many things that go on in a day make me remember you. I loved when you took me to the OBI and danced with me even though maybe I was not cool enough. That place was really awesome. Any fast, fast car that drives by me could be you since you liked to drive fast. I want this message to reach you in heaven and maybe you could come back and...

Message to Sue: Truly I would would have never thought that I would miss you this much. I was blessed by your company for many years and think of you on a daily basis. You had one of the biggest hearts of anyone I have ever known and every emotion for you was very strong. That is also how you grabbed and experienced life: intensely. I loved dancing with you at the OBI even if I am a lousy dancer. If you made a joke about it was just another way that we had some laughs. Some of the best times...

Today is my daughter Sue's birthday.
I can't help but remember the last birthday we celebrated while she was alive was March 5th 2005. Sue loved a restaurant called The Country House, we would go there once in awhile but not to often as it was quite expensive. I called her friend Sue Draper and her mother Jean to join use to celebrate her birthday. When we arrived the table I had reserved had beautiful flowers in the center and balloons on the table. Sue ordered a champagne cocktail,...

August 21, 2007:

It's been two years since Sue passed away, and the only thing that hasn't changed is our promise to never, ever forget her. Yes, time takes the edge off of the pain. But it doesn't dull the ache of loss. I miss you SO much Sue.