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Susan Soennecken

October 28, 1946 - October 9, 2023

Susan Soennecken, 76, of Hamilton, passed away peacefully on Monday, October 9, 2023 at Greenwood House in

Ewing, NJ.

Born in Trenton, she was a longtime area resident and retired from the Mercer County Board of Social Services after many years of dedicated service as a Supervisor of Social Work.

Predeceased by her parents, Fritz and Edna (Stadler) Soennecken; her sister, Annamarie S. Ganczarski;

her brother, Peter Soennecken; and nephew, Victor Ganczarski; she is survived by a nephew, Peter Ganczarski;

a brother-in-law, George J. Ganczarski; as well as beloved

cousins in Germany and many dear friends. Special among them is Iris Mariani, who comforted and cared for her throughout her illness.

Susan will be remembered for her constant kindness, boundless generosity, and her lifelong

enthusiasm for travel. She enjoyed countless visits to New York City for Broadway shows and

was always ready to go on a moment’s notice; a wonderful companion who will be greatly missed.

Services are private and under the direction of the Buklad- Merlino Memorial Homes, Hamilton.

A celebration of her life will be held at a later date


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2 Yorum

I will Susan terribly. She was my adopted sister. We went to so many places like traveling to china, many many Starr Bus tours, and tons to Broadway shows with Donald Costantino, Christmas Tree Shop and Bascov. She was always at family dinners like Thanksgiving. Christmas. and Easter. We had many fun times at the Jersey shore. May she rest in peace. She will be greatly by the family. Love you. Jackie.


Joyce Gallagher
Joyce Gallagher
18 Eki 2023

I will miss Susan. She was a member of our food group and MCBOSS family. Always ready to travel and shop, she had a wonderful sense of humor and a generous heart. I can still see and hear her giggle. Rest n peace, my friend. These last months were difficult, but you handled them with hope and grace. God bless Iris and Susan who were ever there to provide you some comfort.



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