Celebration of the Life of Sue Delgado
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Celebration of the Life of Sue Delgado

Susan (Sue) Delgado passed away peacefully on July 20, 2023, after a brief illness. She was surrounded by her best friend and beloved husband, Bob, and adored children, Brian and Lisa. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a service at Oldtown Church to celebrate Sue’s wonderful and cherished life on Saturday, October 21, at 11:00 a.m., with a catered luncheon to follow.

Sue was active, enjoying all aspects of life and nature, and spending time with her family and friends. She grew up in Arlington, and when she was a toddler, her family spent a couple of weeks each year at a cottage in Ogunquit. Later they summered in Scituate and her dad commuted to Cambridge where he owned and operated the garden center Treeland. The family eventually moved from Arlington to a beachside home in Scituate.

Sue’s family were members of the Hatherly Country Club where her dad was a past president, and she spent much of her free time. She and her girlfriend would play a round of golf then hang out at the snack bar. Sue’s mom signed her up for golf lessons, but after evaluating Sue, the instructor told her mom that Sue had a natural swing and to not change anything. At 16 years old Sue went on to win a big golf tournament.

Sue attended Beaver Country Day School in Chestnut Hill and Framingham State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education. She was a Second Grade Teacher at Cohasset Elementary School and later taught at Happy Child Preschool in Newton.

Sue enjoyed doing artwork, reading and outdoor activities: walking, bicycling, canoeing, swimming, cross country skiing, hiking and especially going to the beach. She also enjoyed many travels in the US, the Caribbean and Europe. Newport is a special place Bob and Sue loved exploring together and spending time with family and friends.

Family was an important priority for Sue, and as much as possible she spent time with them.

Sue also had a passion for music and dancing. When it was the current trend, Bob and Sue joined the swing dance circuit for several years in and around Boston.

Faith has always been a big part of Sue’s life. As a teenager she would walk a mile to her girlfriends’ house and the two would walk together to attend church services in Cohasset. Sue found a nice local church which Bob and Sue enjoyed attending whenever they could.

Please join us on Saturday, October 21, at 11:00 a.m. at the Oldtown Church in celebration of the life of Sue Delgado.


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