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Susan Marie Marine

08/10/1958 - 10/30/2021

Susan Marie Marine

08/10/1958 - 10/30/2021

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Obituary For Susan Marie Marine

Susan M. Marine, 63, of Bristol, passed away on Saturday, October 30, 2021 in Rhode Island Hospital. The daughter of the late Napoleon S. and Georgette "Helen" (Leary) Nutter and the wife of John L. Marine, she was a long-time resident of Bristol.
Susan wore several hats in her lifetime, but none made her prouder than her work as a pre-school teacher's assistant. She loved working with children and cherished her time with her classes. She also was involved in coaching the Pop warner Cheerleading team. However, her profession was always secondary to her family. Susan was known as the central hub of the family and always stole the floor at parties and gatherings, due to her feisty nature. Apart from family gatherings, she loved spending time with her children and, later, her three grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, John, Susan is survived by her two sons, John N. Marine and his wife Laura and Nick Marine and his wife Cynthia, both of Bristol; her daughter, Melissa Andrade and her husband Kevin of Warren; her two sisters, Anne Nutter of FL and Newport RI, and Janice Tidwell and her husband David of Washington; three grandchildren, Miles Marine, Leah Andrade and Cameron Andrade. She was the sister of the late Michael Nutter, formerly of VT.
Services are with Smith Funeral and Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Rd. Warren. A mass of Christian burial will be held on Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 10am in St. Elizabeth's Church, 577 Wood St. Bristol. Family and friends are invited to meet at church. For tributes visit www.wjsmithfh.com

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  • I'm so sorry for your loss. She was a good person and a good friend. I'm sorry I missed the services. I just found out. She traveled on the bus with me to Our Lady of Fatima. We had lots of fun learning and talking all the way back to Newport. She was in attendance at the last reunion we had. She was with her husband and we had a good time. I didn't know she was sick. I'm praying for her husband and her children and grandchildren. May you rest in peace Susan.

  • We are all so sorry to hear about Sue, we have many memories from just being neighbors, the kids playing together and Pop Warner. We will keep the family in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely "The Williams Family"

  • Jim and I have great memories of all the times that we spent together with Sue and John. The most recent visit was when they came up to Maine to spend a weekend with us after we bought our house. Our thoughts and prayers are with John and his family. Love, Kim and Jim

  • John and Family Pauline and I are deeply sorry for you loss. She was a very kind and caring person and displayed that towards my mother while visiting in Vermont. We enjoy many good memories of both John & Sue. We are deeply sorry. Rick & Pauline Brueckner

  • Sue had the biggest heart, loved children, loved people, she was a great part of the sea side Nursery School school first as a volunteer than accepting a position offered her. She loved her work and she brightens up everyone's day. She was greeted by the children when she walked in and they wanted her to play before she even put her jacket in the closet. Sue cared, she reached out she went beyond to make any person happy. She would break into song singing " Build me up Buttercup" and we would all join in. She will be truly missed. She is truly an angel. My deepest sympathies to you all, JP FERNANDES

  • I am thankful to grow up in her household. I have so so many memories with her and big John in it. She will be missed so much. I am so sorry I can't Be there in person to tell you but I am thinking of your hole family. Sorry for your loss. Russell Embrey

  • John and family, the Sisters of St. Dorothy who enjoyed having Susan as a student at Our Lady of Fatima High School in Warren, send condolences and prayers. She will be remembered in a special way at our daily Masses. Sr. Isabel Borg- Cardona and Sisters

  • Anne and Janice, I am so sorry for the loss of your sister. May you both find Peace with Memories. Thinking of You Both and Your Family. Lynn (Hitt) Whitten

  • Doug and Sheila Bousquet sadly missed she was a fun Spades player Sorry about your loss John

  • Anne and Janice so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you and all of your family. So glad we had the opportunity to get reacquainted on our trip a few years back. You are in our thoughts. Love Malven and Dyana

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