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“From childhood and Barbie's to teen years and our weekly Sunday driveto young adulthood and all the relationship questions you wanted meto answer. ...Read More »
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“Suzanne, thank you for always being so kind and accepting. Your artist's spirit and passion for life were a bigger gift to all of us than you might...Read More »
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“Love you Aunt Sue ❤ ”
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“My prayers are with you all. Love you allBruce and Cathy Jones ”
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Jones, Suzanne (nee Sokolosky). March 9, 2018. Age 58. Wife of the late Brian. Dearest mother of Samantha (Michael) Mannino, Adam (Krystle) Jones and Alexandra (Mohammed) Jones. Loving grandmother of August. Beloved daughter of Lena Sokolosky. Dear sister of Cynthia (Wayne) Duda, Mary Ann (Lee) Lloyd, George (Lisa) Sokolosky and the late John (Antoinette) Sokolosky.

Suzanne was a passionate artist, arts educator, and mentor. She cherished her family and loved ones and the time spent with them. Her loss is profoundly felt by all who knew her. Despite the many health problems that ailed her throughout her life, Suzanne always put others before herself - she was always happy to lend a helping hand or sympathetic ear. Everyone who knew her will always remember her kindness, acceptance and generosity.

Visitation Wednesday 3:00pm - 9:00pm; Funeral at 7:00pm at Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons, Inc., 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). The service will provide everyone with an opportunity to share their memories of Suzanne should you want to prepare a statement.

You can also share memories with the family at their "On-Line Guestbook" @ WujekCalcaterra.com.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations towards funeral expenses. Please direct donations via the online payment services Venmo or PayPal to mike.mannino@gmail.com.

Whether you are able to attend the funeral or not, everyone is welcome to a memorial celebrating Suzanne's life and art this Saturday, March 17th, at 3pm. Light refreshments will be served. Though not mandatory, in the spirit of the event, everyone is encouraged to dress in a way that embraces the colorful and artistic! We have the Wine Room at the back of the coffee shop.

Alley Cat Cafe
31 N Saginaw St
Pontiac, MI 48342
248.499.7427