Susan M. (Agostino) Strazzere

December 31, 2021

Susan M. (Agostino) Strazzere

Susan M. (Agostino) Strazzere – of Woburn, December 31st at the age of eighty-seven. Beloved wife of the late Francis J.”Frank” Strazzere.  Devoted mother of David Strazzere of Lynn and Teresa Marchand, her husband John of Nashua. Dear sister of Nick Agostino, Anna Diminico and Jenny Palange. Treasured “Grandma Sue” of Jesse Coiro and Leandra Marchand and great grandmother of Alyssa, Devin and Cameron Coiro and great-great grandmother of Julian Tristan and Autumn Rose. Arrangements are private and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home 263 Main St., Woburn, MA.

Susan M. (Agostino) Strazzere – a longtime resident of Woburn, died December 31st, at Winchester Hospital at the age of eighty-seven. She was the beloved wife of 50 years to the late Francis J. “Frank” Strazzere.  

 

Born in Winchester and raised in Somerville, Susan was a daughter of the late Domenic and Mary (Oliva) Agostino. She was a graduate of Somerville High School with the class of 1954. 

 

In June of 1955, Susan married the love of her life, Frank, and together made their home in Woburn where they raised their two children. Throughout the years, Sue and Frank travelled together to Italy, Florida, New York, Washington D.C., Canada and enjoyed summers on Cape Cod in Dennis, where they enjoyed sailing. They also loved visiting Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester as well as Lake Winnipesaukee.

Sue devoted her life to her family. She was known as the “crazy Italian kitchen lady” and was an exceptional cook who enjoyed hosting friends and family. Christmas eve was her favorite night of the year to gather with family and friends and cook delicious food.

Sue will be deeply missed and never forgotten by her children, David Strazzere of Lynn and Teresa Marchand, her husband John of Nashua. Dear sister of Nick Agostino, Anna Diminico and Jenny Palange. Treasured “Grandma Sue” of Jesse Coiro and Leandra Marchand and great grandmother of Alyssa, Devin and Cameron Coiro and great-great grandmother of Julian Tristan and Autumn Rose. 

Arrangements are private and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home 263 Main St., Woburn, MA

Arrangements are private and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home 263 Main St., Woburn, MA

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  1. Dominic Agostino

    The ultimate fun aunt!! Auntie Sue made everyone feel at home, always quick to laugh. What a cook and hostess.

  2. Sending my love and condolences to David and Teresa. I will remember your Mom as a loving and kind person who cared for everyone around her. I will miss our conversations when she shared her memories and offered her advice. I always felt better after having a talk with Auntie Sue.

  3. Joanna Laurino McAloon

    Theresa and David,
    I am greatly saddened to learn of your mom’s passing. I called her today as we would call and talk to each other often. Sue was a big part of my and my family’s life, she was like a second mother to me always sincerely giving of her heart. I will always remember and have great memories of the time spent with your family, thank you momma Sue.
    Sue will be missed and will always be in my thoughts and heart!
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this time.🌹

  4. I just learned of Auntie Sue’s passing last night. I always remember her smile, her warmth, her cooking and her playful teasing of me when I was a young boy. My deepest sympathies to David and Teresa. My prayers are with you. It is so sad that she is gone, but the pain is less knowing that she is united with all those she loved; Frank, Anna, Nick and my mom Jennie.

  5. Joe and Nancy Laurino

    We are deeply saddened about the passing of your mom.
    She was a wonderful woman, I have such fond memories of her especially from my childhood.
    We will all miss her.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. Valerie Ann Agostino

    I am remembering my Aunt Sue who was a great buddy to my Dad, her brother, Nick. Auntie Sue was also a bigger than life figure in our childhood and showered us with love and affection and generosity. I have been on the West Coast for most of my adult years, but at some point in the late 70’s Aunt Sue and Uncle Frank visited and we travelled all over in my hippie van.
    My love and condolences to Teresa and David. Val Agostino

  7. So very sorry for your loss. She always had a special place in my heart. Sue and I would talk to each other about 2 or 3 times a month.We would talk about everything but we always ended up talking about family.She always gave me advice.I listened because I knew she was lonely.At the end of the conversation we always ended laughing and an I love you.I will miss her.

  8. Bob and Mary Orr

    Teresa and family,

    So sorry to hear of your loss. May the wonderful memories you all have bring a smile to your heart during this difficult time. Our prayers are with you all.

    Love – Bob and Mary Orr

  9. Loretta and Raul Blanche

    Teresa and family,

    So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. She was a great lady and enjoyed seeing her at family gatherings over the past few years.

  10. Elaine Elliott Crow & husband Scott Crow

    Sending our sincere sympathy to all of Sue’s family. We have known her since 1966 when we would visit my brother and his family who were friends and neighbors on Hiawatha Road. She was a nice woman who will be missed by many. Try to remember that she is reunited with her husband, family and friends who have gone before her. Rest in peace Sue. Till we meet again.

  11. Emmi knows good people and so she lived you from the first day I brought her home. Sweet Sue we will miss you. My thoughts and prayers for her family. Very sad.

  12. Teresa,
    As the mom of my friend Sue was a big part of my youth and teen years and I will always hold her dear to my heart. I’m sorry for your loss.
    Arlene

  13. David & Teresa, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. I was just reminiscing with Julie about working with Mom & Dad on New Years Eve when they used to cater the party at the Towanda Club. And we’d go back to the house when it was over to enjoy New Year ourselves. Many years ago…to say the least. We always loved seeing Mom in church and she was always pleasant to talk to. Our prayers are with you and your families.

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