Suzanne J. Stark

Brookline, Massachusetts


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Suzanne J. Stark, Artist, Historian and Author of Female Tars, died peacefully at the Brigham and Womens hospital on April 17, 2015. She was 89. While concerned doctors and nurses gathered, Suzanne thanked each person for their skill and patience and then told the assembled group, I have lived an...

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What an amazing life she had. Most people could not accomplish what she did in 100 lives. I wish I had met her.
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Francesca...This is a wonderful tribute to an extraordinary woman. I am thinking of you and the family.

I forgot to sign my entry: Mary Leona VanLandingham Ketner

Dear Francesca, I was so sad to hear of you mother's death. As the oldest daughter of Jean & John VanLandingham, I remember her well. My grandparents often talked about her & I got to see her a number of times over the years. I spoke to her when my father died, and she was as charming as ever. I know you will miss her.

Dear Francesca, I am so sorry for your loss. I only met your mother once, but she was the kind of lady you don't forget! :) She was spirited and incredibly engaging, and she obviously had a huge impact on those around her. I hope that as I grow that I can find the meaning in life that she did. Hope to see you in Boston soon. All my best, Cliff

Dear Francesca,
So sorry for your loss. Your mother indeed had a full and interesting life. I was fortunate to spend some time with her during the summer of 1973 when I was in Boston. I know you will miss her, but what a legacy she leaves!

Dear Francesca - I am Jean and John's granddaughter. I met you and your mom probably 45 years ago. I was so taken by your mom that I never forgot her, nor you (I even named my daughter Francesca after you). I was a bit in awe of both of you and always looked forward to updates on what the two of you were up to. Reading your mom's obituary, I see that my awe was well-founded. What a remarkable woman! My condolences for your loss, and may your memories of her keep her alive in your heart.

I met cousin Suzanne several times and enjoyed her so very much. Jeannie and I were talking just today about what a truly inspiring woman she was. I know she will be missed.

little Suzanne