Eileen J. Sanuth

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Eileen J. (Brunnock) Sanuth, of Boscawen, passed away February 5, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Dorchester, Ma. to Thomas and Catherine (Kenneally) Brunnock on March 9, 1942. Upon marriage to William J. Sanuth, she moved to Hyde Park, where she raised her 5 children. In her later years with her family, she moved to Loudon, NH and in her last 12 years resided in Boscawen next door to her daughter's family.

Survived by her children, three boys, Carl Sanuth and Andrea Savioli (Wrentham, Ma), Keith Sanuth and Amy Innocent (Bedford, NH), Matthew Sanuth and wife Melanie (Manchester, NH), and only daughter, Kathleen "Katie" (Sanuth) McKerley and husband Matt (Boscawen, NH). Her sister Margaret "Peggy" Walsh and husband Joseph of East Falmouth, Ma and sister-in-law, Lorraine Brunnock.

Her rays of sunshine whom she adored were her 9 grandchildren, Carl Jr. "CJ" and Cameron Sanuth, Jacob and John McKerley, Peyton Sanuth, Bryana and Thomas Sanuth Jr., Sydney and Julia Sanuth. In addition, her nieces and nephews.

She is she is now reunited in eternal life with her beloved son, Thomas V. Sanuth, Sr. and brother Edmund "Eddie" Brunnock and her parents.

She attended parochial schools up through high school at St. Gregory's. From there she made her way to Boston working at a law firm until she began her lifelong career as a mom and artist. Throughout those years, she artistically pursued her appreciation of nature. A member of the Hyde Park Artist's Association and participant in local art and craft fairs for fundraising and joy. Throughout her lifetime, she created many works of art on canvas, slates, saw blades, woodwork; you name it she would paint it. Her artwork could be found in shops and restaurants throughout the Lakes Region and Bermuda representing the beauty of all things from her sweet birds, scenic mountains and oceanside to Bermuda Longtails. Her optimism radiated and lit up a room, always quick with a joke to bring a smile to your face and welcomed all with open arms.

By far her favorite treasure in life were her family and grandchildren. Her unconditional love, warmth and gracious smile will forever be embraced by the lives she touched.

In lieu of customary expressions of sympathy, please consider a donation in her memory to the Art Scholarship Program (MVHS Art) at Merrimack Valley High School, 106 Village Street, Penacook, NH 03303.

A visitation will be held at Bennett Funeral Home, 209 North Main Street, Concord on Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 2:30pm until 4:00pm. A prayer service will immediately follow at 4pm.

A sincere thank you to the supportive and kindest staff of Merrimack County Nursing Home and the Hospice VNA.

Arrangements are entrusted to the Bennett Funeral Home of Concord.
Published in Union Leader on Feb. 11, 2018
Arrangements under the direction of:
Bennett Funeral Home
209 North Main street | Concord, NH 033015048 | (603) 225-3517
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