May 17th, 2023
With deep sadness, I announce the passing of my beloved wife, Susan Waxman. She passed away on May 16th at age 71 from complications of Frontotemporal Degeneration. Besides her husband, Richard, she leaves behind her much- loved daughter, Karen Waxman. She was preceded in death by her mother, Wanda Ganci Anderson; father, Charles Anderson; brother, Michael Anderson (Mary Beth). Susan also leaves behind her step-mom, Marcy; 3 brothers, Chuck (Ruby), Christopher (Patricia), and Steven (Rochelle), many nieces and nephews.
Susan was born in Trainer, Pa and lived her whole life in Delaware County. She graduated from Chichester High School. She worked for Sears in the fine jewelry department for 8 years, and then at Litman Jewelers for 14 years where she earned two “top sales” awards. Her passion for animals was especially well-known among family and friends.
Susan will be interred on Friday, May 26th at precisely 11am at Media Cemetery, 40 Kirk Lane Media, PA 19063. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Susan’s memory to the Association for FTD 2700 Horizon Dr. Suite 120, King of Prussia, PA or Brookhaven Fire Co. EMS 2 Cambridge Rd. Brookhaven, PA 19015 or to an animal shelter of your choice.
Dearest Rich and Karen,
George and I send our deepest condolences for the loss of your wife and mother. You always spoke so lovingly of her. We remember meeting Susan at an Elwyn picnic at Brandywine Park. She was so lovely. May God’s love be with you at this time, and may she rest in His loving arms forever!
Dear Mr Waxman and Karen,
My deepest condolences and prayers being offered. I understand your grief and overwhelming sadness ! May God kept you and surround you with memories of love shared! My heartfelt sympathy now and always!
With hope for peace within,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mary Sue. When I saw her on Tuesday she was resting comfortably. Even though I only knew her for a short time her love for animals was apparent. She couldn’t get enough of my Little Boo the times I brought her to see my Mother-in-law. I know how hard it is to watch your loved one like that. Mary Sue is at peace now hopefully surround by lots of animals to pet. It was nice meeting and talking to you. Take care and God Bless you and your family during these times.