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Suzanne L Aubin
01/13/1942 - 12/20/2020
Obituary For Suzanne L Aubin
Suzanne Sue (Pelletier) Aubin, 78, of Warren, RI passed away on December 20, 2020.Â Â She was the loving wife of the late Warren Biz Aubin and the daughter of the late George and Lorraine Pelletier.Â Â She was a graduate of Bay View Academy and worked as a lab technician at Rhode Island Hospital, then later volunteered her time with her husband to bring comfort and prayers to patients in need.
Sue was an active parishioner of St. Marys in Warren as a Eucharistic minister and the volunteer coordinator. She loved their yearly festivals, one year even serving parishioners from her wheelchair.
When her children were young, Sue volunteered as the Warren Youth cheer coach. Her home on Haile Street was always open to friends and neighbors where she dispensed popsicles, haircuts and free medical advice.
In their later years, Sue and Biz were snowbirds, enjoying their winters in Avon Park, Florida and their summer surrounded by good friends in Warren.
Suzanne is survived by her children Peter Aubin, Michelle (Brian) Cote, Steven (Ivone) Aubin, Michael (Denise) Aubin, and Mark Aubin. She was preceded in death by her brother George Pelletier. She also leaves her 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren whom she loved very much.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, December 28, 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary of the Bay in Warren, RI.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
Calling and flowers are respectfully omitted.
In lieu of flowers, gifts in her memory may be made to Hope Hospice, 1085 North Main Street, Providence, RI, 02904, or to St. Mary of the Bay Church, 645 Main Street, Warren, RI, 02885
Arrangements by the SMITH FUNERAL and MEMORIAL SERIVCES.
Sorry for your loss, she was a wonderful person. May she Rest in Peace. Raymond & Nancy Romano
My condolences to all the family. I was lucky enough to meet Terriâ??s grandmother when Terri and my son David were married. Rest In Peace Sue. May words of comfort rest gently upon your heart, and in time may they become words of healing. Native American
We will never forget our Auntie Sue, especially around the holidays. Happy she's peacefully celebrating Christmas with Biz!
Keeping you all in my prayers. Growing up, your mom made your house my second home... I always remember her smiling... she will be missed.
Nice memories Of having Sue & Biz help at R.I. Hospital as Eucharistic minister . Great team. Iâ??m sorry for your loss. May you live well in their spirit of love and service. Sister Perpetua Lester
Rosie, More like a sister than a sis-in-law. In my heart foreverâ?¤ï¸?
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