Obituary of Suzanne Martell
December 9, 1965 – March 18, 2022
Suzanne Marie Martell. Age 56 of Wyandotte.
Loving daughter of Linda and the late George Martell. Dear sister of Jeffery, his wife Molly Martell and Daniel Martell. She will be deeply missed by several aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Memorial contributions are appreciated to St. Vincent Pallotti Parish at St. Patrick Church and American Cancer Society.
Cremation will take place at The On-Site Crematory located within the Molnar Funeral Homes - Brownstown Chapel.
Suzanne attended Monroe Elementary and graduated from Wyandotte Roosevelt High School in 1984. She also attended Detroit College of Business and Lansing Community College. Suzanne was a member of the Roosevelt High School Band and played the clarinet. She was elected Band Sweetheart in her Senior year. Also, Suzanne was a member of the Wyandotte Figure Skating Precision Team. Suzanne was employed at Miller Canfield in Detroit as a Legal Secretary. Suzanne was a very caring person who loved her family and was a loyal friend to many. She was always ready to help out wherever help was needed. No one ever had to ask for help, she just seemed to sense it and did what needed to be done. Gardening and flowers were her love and joy. She beautified many homes of family, friends, and co-workers. If your flower beds had Suzanne’s touch, you had a beautiful garden. Suzanne can be remembered for her love, kindness, strength, and beauty. Suzanne will be missed!
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