Susan Cero-Conlen

Susan M. Cero-Conlen

Sunday, November 20th, 1960 - Monday, July 13th, 2020
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CERO-CONLEN, Susan M. On July 13, 2020. Of Marlton, NJ. Age 59. Beloved wife of Robert Conlen. Loving daughter of the late Francis and Virginia Cero. Dear sister of the late Mark Cero. Relatives and friends are invited to her graveside service on Wednesday July 22nd at 11 AM at Calvary Cemetery, 2398 RT-70 W, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002. Memorial donations may be made in her memory to RSDSA, PO Box 502, Milford, CT 06460 or to a charity of your choice. RSDSA gives those affected by CRPS/RSD education, advocacy and hope!
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    Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 | 11:00am
    Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 11:00am
    Calvary Cemetery
    2398 Rt. 70 West
    Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
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Bob Conlen

Posted at 10:48pm
My Loving wife, Susan
When I first met this beautiful woman, I thought that this is a woman I would like to know, so began a friendship that would one day become a relationship, 23 years later ! During those years we became a living example of
“ If you love someone, let them go, for if they return, they were always yours.”
For some reason you would call my Mum to see how I was doing and ask for my phone number, Again. Of course, she would always give it to you THEN ask me if it was okay to do so because Mum loves you. Both of my parents loved you and welcomed you to join them many a time for dinner at Mamie Duffy’s, sitting at the round table in the bar area. I know that you enjoyed many a conversation with Peter, now you get to talk about me again.
When the time came for Mum to move to Florida you willingly helped with all the nonsense that comes with moving, but your help was more than that. Your being there for her made the move easier because Mum knew that you would be there for me, making her life changing event easier for her.

We had our own life changing event, we got married. Our marriage was one of love, love for us and for the love of family. It was also a marriage that saw so much pain and strength. Your love of family was so strong that you knew that you had to be there for your mother while she took care of your father, and later when you needed to take of Mom, you did not have to ask if it was okay to go home and help because you knew that my love for would never waiver no matter what, and no matter what I said would have stopped you anyway ! Then sadly your health problems became slowly worse, stealing time from us and our family. I know that this created sadness for you because no matter how hard you tried; we were forced to miss some family occasions. We never stopped loving each other, asking “ Do you still love me”, in the beginning this bothered me because I never stopped loving you. As time went by, we turned this into our own little joke with me asking you the same thing.
I love you for being you. I love you for all that you bring out in me. Whenever I look at you, I see the hot blonde with the Town car at Simon and Bev’s wedding. When I look at you, I look at you with my heart, seeing the cute little girl with the big hair, it was the eighties after all, you are the most beautiful person that I have ever met. As we went through our lives together and I would be sitting in the “big fat chair” and you give me a the “thunk” on the head as you walked by and you have that little smile on your face, I smile. When you go crazy with the lipstick and kiss my face I laugh and take pictures. Your spirit rarely waivered no matter how bad you were feeling.
Your silliness is one of the most lovable things about you and is going to be one of the things I will miss most.
Going forward you will no longer feel pain and will be able to be with Mom, Dad and Mark. While I was at your side at the end, I said a prayer for asking your pain to end knowing that my pain was just about to begin. I did this because I love you. My love for you is so great that I will do whatever I can so that you can finally have some peace.
Susan, I love you and I will miss you forever. I know that you will be having a great time Peter and your family and when the time comes, I will join you and we will be together again.
I love you. I miss you, but most of all I love you.

Matt Conlen

Posted at 10:45am
Although I didn't know Susan well, I had heard about her nearly 3 decades ago from my husband, Matt. Bob was a long time friend of Susan's and I gathered from what Matt was telling me someone Bob dearly cared for. He even helped her move to another state to be with another man. Luckily, that relationship failed.

Many years go by and I don't know exactly how it all happened, but we were invited to Bob and Susan's wedding!! Susan's mom and dad were there, I don't think anyone knew that Susan's dad had such a short time left.

Although their marriage was a good one, sadly there was so much pain for the two of them. Susan lost three family members and she became ill herself. It has been hard but Bob, despite his own health problems, remained steadfast.

Now Susan is gone. I wish I had gotten to know her better but her illness and my own has stolen away our lives.

Teresa Cero Thacker

Posted at 06:36am
Susan you were one of a kind, always looking for the next adventure

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