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  1. Dear Mr. Fried, Jon, Mike and the Fried Family,I was surprised and saddened to hear the recent news. Having been through this myself, I know I could not have managed as well as I had, without my family and friends close by. Take comfort in those you love and who love you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time and I am always here to listen, should you need to talk (or possibly want to laugh).

  2. To my Sassy Suzie-Q, my trainer at work which became my dear friend. Our laughs and our cries. I will miss you so much. For your smile and huge heart, it was a pleasure and honor to know you. I love you and pray that you are now at peace.

  3. It was over 5 years ago and I remember bring my 1 year old to your mom and dad’s house to see you while you were visiting from Vegas. I was nervous he was going to destroy the place or reprogram the remote, like he did at other people’s homes. But there was no need to feel nervous with your mom. She welcomed us and made us feel like family from the moment we walked through the door. She went out of her way to please us and take care of us, laughing as Niko took over the living room. I’ll never forget that day!

  4. I’ve been friends with Jon since college. Because we were away at school, I didn’t get too many chances to spend time with his parents. However, when we did spend time together, I greatly appreciated it. Both of Jon’s parents have always been extremely nice and welcoming to me (both in their lives and in their home). When I look back at those times, I’m left with an indelible impression about Susan. In all of my memories, I recall her laughter and her smile.I know she has had a rough path. However, I’m choosing to remember that laughter and her smile. She had a kind heart and will be missed.

  5. I met Mrs. Fried many years ago, but remember her warmth and charm like it was yesterday…what a wonderful woman.

  6. Sue’s friendship began over 25 years ago when our children sang and played in St. Patrick’s Folk Group working to prepare for Mass, shows and trips. Sue was always available to help and always with a smile. Later when Kerrie and Jon attended Sacred Heart University, we shared fun times at Parent’s Weekends, later going out to our favorite Italian Restaurant in CT. Our paths luckily crossed again for me at RSVP where I got to see Sue on a regular basis. For a time, our desks were next to each other where Sue worked her magic with South Shore clients and I did data entry. She loved to work with music on the radio on low! We chatted and giggled like schoolgirls; she found humor in almost anything. We shared concerns about family and health. She had great advice and more importantly, she listened. She cared. Sue, you are sorely missed.

  7. Susie was a ray of light in our lives. She gave unconditionally to others with a laugh you will never forget. Her family always came first. Dear Nellie, Jon and Mikey: You know how much your mom loved and cherished you. Know that her love and memories will live in your hearts forever. I am so sorry for your unimaginable loss. We will always be here for you. May you find some comfort knowing how many people loved and cherished her and what a lasting impact they made on their lives as well as ours.

  8. To Jon and family: I am so sorry for your loss. Will never forget the time your mom made us breakfast. When we ate a pound of bacon, she made another one. You are in my thoughts, my friend. Galluzzo

  9. Jon and family, we are so sorry for your loss and we send our heartfelt condolences across the miles to you all in this sad time. Our prayers, thoughts and sympathy are with you all. I’m at a loss for words other than to say that I’m so sorry.

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