Susan Parker Egan, age 70

of Braintree

Susan Parker Egan, age 70

Susan Parker Egan, age 70, of Braintree, died peacefully, Saturday, February 27, 2021, in Naples, Fla., in the comfort of her loving family.

Susan was born in Quincy, to the late W. Henry and Mildred E. (Olsson) Parker. Raised and educated in Quincy, she was a graduate of North Quincy High School, Class of 1968. She graduated from Northeastern University in Boston and then earned her Juris Doctor degree from Northeastern University, Class of 1976. She had lived in Braintree for forty-five years.

She began her career working at the United States Treasury Department. She left the workforce to raise her young family and was a devoted homemaker. Susan later worked at Braintree High School as an English and History teacher for over ten years.

Susan belonged to the Neighborhood Club of Quincy and Milton-Hoosic Club in Canton.

She was an avid reader and enjoyed travelling and needlepoint. She also enjoyed volunteering, particularly with school and sports programs.

Susan was a longtime member of the Quincy Point Congregational Church. She was active in various ministries, including as a Sunday school teacher and singing in the choir.

Beloved wife for forty-five years of James D. Egan.

Devoted mother of Elizabeth K. Egan and her fiancé Mike Terlizzi of Braintree, and Timothy D. Egan and his wife Holloway of Atlanta, Ga.

Loving grandmother of Liam, Burke, and Holly.

Dear sister of Robert W. Parker and his wife Doreen of Braintree. Sister-in-law of Peggy Griffin and her husband James of N.C. and Ann Marie Egan of Canton. Susan is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, on Friday, March 5, from 4 – 6 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Services are operating in accordance with current guidelines.

Her Funeral Service and Interment at Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree will take place privately.

For those who wish, donations in Susan’s memory may be made to CurePSP, 1216 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10001 or at www.psp.org.

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  • To the Egan family I am so sorry for your loss. Susan was a wonderful person my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

  • Dear Bob, Doreen, James and family, so sorry to hear the news of the passing of Susan. Karen and my prayers are with you all through this time of sorrow. May God bless and welcome her to Heaven. Amen

  • Sue was an esteemed member of the English Department at Braintree High School. Her friendliness, her concern for others, her intelligence, and her sense of responsibility were hallmarks that made her an exceptional colleague and teacher.
    Always willing to help, Sue responded to every challenge with enthusiasm and a quiet determination. Her contributions to Braintree High School are truly significant.
    Ann Keenan, Retired Director of English, Braintree Public Schools

  • My deepest sympathy to the Egan family. I have such fond memories of meeting Sue at “Little People” skate at Hingham rink with Timmy and my son Joey. We always had so much fun chatting as the boys took their first steps on the ice..Later we spent much time together at the rinks as Liz was very involved in figure skating where I coached, taking lessons from my sister Christine. Sue adored her children and loved being involved with their activities. She was always volunteering at the school events with a big smile and such kind words to all. I know she is now your guardian angel and will be looking out for all of you.

    Much love, Beverly Fernald and family

  • To the Egan family, So sorry to hear about the passing of Susan. I know she’ll be dearly missed. I will always have happy memories from my childhood of us singing in the choir and how lovely she was. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Liz,
    My Deepest Condolences! Dania & I were sadden to hear of your mom passing. Know that our arms are tightly wrapped around you. We are praying for you and your family. <3

  • Jim, Liz, Timmy & Bob
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Susan has been part of our family gatherings for many years. She was always so sparkly when she entered a room, with her beautiful smile and eyes. Her stunning clothes styles with matching jewelry & shoes.
    Praying for family and friends to comfort you, faith to uphold you and loving memories to help you smile again.

    Gone but never forgotten. Rest in Forever Peace Susan – you will be missed.
    Paula

  • My deepest sympathies to the Egan family. I have many fond childhood memories of Mrs. Egan, and all of you. She was a wonderful person in so many ways, but I will mostly remember how kind she was to everyone. Much love.

  • I am very sorry for the loss of Mrs. Egan! She was a great lady and friend! Again my deepest sympathy to the Egan family!

  • I am so saddened to hear about Susan’s death, and my thoughts and prayers are with you. I remember our wonderful times at NU and AOII, and our memorable trips together! Susan always had such a lovely smile and was a source of joy and inspiration for all who met her! Much love to you and your family. Joanne