Susan L. Clark, age 63

of Quincy

Susan L. Clark, age 63

Susan L. Clark, age 63, of Quincy, died suddenly, Saturday, August 22, 2020, at home.

Born in Quincy, to the late Richard J. and Edna M. (Lloyd) Clark, she was raised and educated in Quincy. She attended Quincy High School and had lived in Quincy for most of her life.

Susan worked as a seamstress at Allstate Seating in South Boston for over twenty years.

She enjoyed sewing as well as making jewelry, especially bracelets. Susan also had a green thumb.

Devoted mother of David W. Coletti, Jr. of Taunton

Loving grandmother of Tyler and Amber.

Longtime companion of the late Ruben Canales.

Sister of Karen E. Moody and her husband Paul of Quincy, Elaine M. DeLuca and her husband Kenneth, all of Quincy, and predeceased by Linda M. Yout and her surviving husband Joseph of Mulberry, Fla., Nancy E. Clark, Brenda J. Norman and her late husband Donald, and Richard J. Clark, Jr.

Susan is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Former wife of the late David W. Coletti.

In light of current events, funeral services were private. Memorial Services will be celebrated at a later date.

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  • With all the love and support from your extended family over here, we’re here for The Colletti family in any way that we can.

  • So glad I got to talk to you right before you passed and the last words that were said were love ya. Rest In Peace Auntie. Love ya

  • Susan, known to many of us as Destanee, I am very very sorry to hear of your passing, We had many good times and conversations online, I saw you as a friend,. You shared much of your life with me, which I will always treasure, You will be truly missed by me and so many others. Spread those wings and fly High , Dest. Miss you and you will always be thought of fondly, Pam

  • Was nice to know you all this years Susan, play games ,i fell sad for you gone now my love to all your family and God pless them ,love Eleni

  • I only knew Susan as Destanee on the Game Desire website, but she was a lot of fun to chat with and I will miss her wit and charm. May she rest in peace. Prayers to her family and friends.

  • Susan, You will be missed. I enjoyed our chats and will miss you. You were a good friend. Rest in Peace. Hugssssss

  • Susan, I will miss our shared love of the Patriots, Our conversations about our lives and crafts we liked. I will miss you checking on me always felt you were a positive person and will remember you with a smile. You will be dearly missed but never forgotten . God bless your family . Rest in peace hun.

  • My condolences to Susan’s family and friends. I also knew her from the Game Desire website. She was always helpful and cheerful and upbeat. And not long ago , I was talking about my binge television watching and she messaged me a lot of the shows she had enjoyed on Netflix so I won’t run out of shows to watch. I will miss her greatly. Rest in peace, my friend!!.

  • Condolences to the bereaved family. My tears are flowing for a friend, a great girl. God rest her soul in peace!. I knew you from gamedesire and you will be missed.

  • My loving cousin I have no idea how I’ll go on without you… You are the only sister I have ever known….. With only six months difference in age will wear put in the same crib each day I’m from the rest of our lives we have been inseparable….. It’s just so amazing how hard ache Tempe so physically painful maybe that’s because you truly did take a piece of my heart…. It sure does feel like it.
    I’ll say it to you one last time… I love you very much…LATER CUZ… See you soon.!!!😭💖💔💔🤟
    I PROMISE YOU ONE THING NOT EVEN DEATH CAN PART US..

  • my condolences to ur family…may she RIP