Susan L. Krikorian
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Susan L. (Noz) Krikorian, 52, passed away on May 28, 2014 after a prolonged illness. She was a loving mother, wife of 28 years, dear friend to many and an active contributor to her community. Susan grew up in Lexington and was a 23-year resident of Acton. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College and later worked as a college textbook production editor for several years. Susan had a passion for history, literature, art, culture and nature and was well known for her uncanny ability to recall facts and context about virtually any topic. Susan loved gardening and spent many summers nurturing her gardens that will continue to bloom for many years to come. She enjoyed vacationing at the beach on Cape Cod, cross-country skiing in New Hampshire, and visiting historic and cultural sites. Susan was an avid volunteer at Acton-Boxborough schools, Acton PIP, and many other community programs. Susan loved life and never hesitated to participate in activities even during her illness. Most of all, Susan loved being a mother and being part of her children's lives. Her enthusiasm for life was an inspiration and will live on in the people she touched. Susan leaves behind her husband George Jr. and children George III and Sonya of Acton, her mother Eleanor Noz of Lexington, and sister Tracey Mackersie, her husband David and children Alyssa and Stuart of Littleton. Family and friends are invited to a memorial gathering at Acton Funeral Home, 470 Massachusetts Avenue (Rt 111) Acton, on Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 1pm to 5pm. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be sent in memory of Susan L. Krikorian to: Neurology Infectious Disease Research, Education, and Care, Brigham and Women's Hospital, 116 Huntington Avenue, Boston 02116. Gifts can also be made online at: www.bwhgiving.org/krikorianfamily Memorial page at www.actonfuneralhome.com


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Published in The Acton Beacon from Jun. 2 to Jun. 9, 2014.
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May 26, 2020
I learned just today of Sue's passing. It is six years since that time, and I feel sorrow now (in 2020) even as I learn about her untimely passing. I was a sophomore student at Mount Holyoke College, and Sue was a junior. I remember her very well. She was friendly, smiling, conversational, and she would tease me in a gentle way. She gave me a nickname, "Anastasia." My given name is Stacy. I recall being impressed by her major (American Studies) and that she had a boyfriend. Eventually, this was the man she married, too. I would listen to her ease with conversation and try to model her. It is heartwarming to read comments from her friends, and to learn about her children, her work, and her volunteer activities. I will always fondly remember her as someone who eased my passage into adulthood by her welcoming presence. May her family know how many hearts Sue touched.
Stacy Fatale
Friend
June 14, 2014
I'm so sorry for your loss. At times such as this, we sure appreciate true understanding. May you find that through God's words. (Ps 147:3, 5)
Jan
June 14, 2014
To the Krikorian and Noz Family,
Please accept my condolences. Susan and I worked together at Brigham's ....going way back. I will always remember her smile, sense of humor and laugh. May her memory be a blessing.
Sending prayers from Jerusalem.
Stacey Koplow
Stacey Koplow
June 13, 2014
To the Noz and Krikorian families:

I am so sorry for your loss. Susan was an LHS classmate of mine and my husband's.
And George was, as well.
She was a nice person, smart, always with a smile. Gone way too soon.
Julie (Moran) Seed
June 7, 2014
They are up there catching up...Sorry sorry for your loss Sally and Dana
June 7, 2014
I last saw Sue at a Red Cross blood donation site. She was working as a volunteer there. I had also known her as a scout leader. Our community has lost a cheerful presence, good citizen and willing volunteer. Our sympathies to Sue's family.
Rob Gogan
June 6, 2014
To a special friend, family friend, community volunteer friend (From AB PIP to Scouts and AB Schools) Your friendship, kind spirit, intelligence and optimism will be missed.
Herther - Kappel family
June 6, 2014
With heartfelt condolences to Susan's entire family. Susan's sister, Tracey, is an active member of the Littleton Country Gardeners, so it seems they are alike in their love of gardening. May her family find peace in the memories they have of Susan. With love from everyone on the Littleton Country Gardeners
Deborah Rosson
June 3, 2014
I'm so sorry to hear this sad news. Sue and I were roommates during my freshman year of college (her sophomore year). I'll never forget that letter she wrote to me before school started. I was a nervous country girl, frightened about going to school so far from home. But her warm letter helped ease my fears. When I met her at Ham Hall, I was relieved and happy to discover that she would be a real friend. I was even lucky enough to visit her home on several occasions and meet her parents and sister. When I lived in France one summer, she and her good friend Laurel came to visit. In fact, Sue is the main reason I work as an editor. I remember having no clue what to do after college. When I learned she was working in publishing, I thought that might be a very good fit for me—and it has been for many years. I have very fond memories of Sue and am sorry to have lost touch. My deep condolences to George and their family.
Bekah Torges Cotton
June 3, 2014
To the Krikorian and Noz Families,

I was saddened and sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. I met Sue and George at Diane's birthday party last November. Diane had mentioned that Sue will ill, but we were all hoping for the best. Please accept my warmest thoughts and sincere sympathy.
Lynne Belanger
June 3, 2014
George and Family, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your dear Wife/Mother, I heard that she was sick, I was hoping she was on the mend! I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm glad I got to meet her at the Birthday Party, she was a very nice person, my condolences to you all. (Diane's Neighbor)
Judy O'Connor
June 3, 2014
I am so sorry to hear of Sue's passing. We were friends at Mount Holyoke College but lost touch afterwards. I re-connected with her at our 25th reunion in 2008 and we spent hours together reminiscing. She was so proud of her children and I remember her telling me of her son's acceptance into the University of Vermont and her daughter's high school activities. George - she was so proud of the life that the two of you built together. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sara Rodriguez-Story
May 31, 2014
We are so sorry for Susan's passing, we will always cherish the memories and remember you and your family at this sad time. With deepest sympathy , Carmen and Annette and the staff at creative expression salon
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