Obituary for Susana Molinari
Susana I. Molinari, 64, of Boca Raton, Florida, went to be with the Lord on October 19, 2017. Born February 1, 1953, in Lima, Peru, she came to the United Stated in 1973, and shortly after in Chicago, Illinois, she met her late husband, Luis “Lou” Molinari. They remained loyal loving companions to each other for 40 years, until Lou’s passing (just four years prior) in August 2013.
Susana (“Sue” or “Susy” known by her family and friends), had a tremendous truly one-of-a-kind sense of humor that will be dearly missed. The love and devotion of her loved ones are held dearest to all. Her spirited strength and tenacity, especially in life’s endurances, are (just few) of her greater qualities she will be treasured and admired. So much of Susana will be fondly remembered, and her loving memory remains part of the people who cared, loved, now miss her most.
Susana, is survived by her son, Louis Giovanni Molinari, and her daughter, Veronica (Molinari) Tenzer; her cherished pride and joy grandson, Hunter Tenzer; and her three beautiful granddaughters, Madison, Ava and Emma Molinari.
Susana Molinari, beloved mother, grandmother, and sister, will be reunited and laid to rest beside her lifelong husband, to be brought whole, in eternal peace, love and happiness, forever in our Lord’s Kingdom, where one day we’ll all meet again.
"Mom, you'll be missed forever. You were a wonderful mother to us. Thank you! The most beautifulest person in this world. You were a strong, tempered, loving, caring mother to us. We will always cherish many, many great memories that you and Dad provided to us. We love you for that. We had a wonderful childhood and it now lives forever though our children and their children and their children. May you Rest in Peace forever with Dad.
Giovanni, Veronica, Hunter, Madison, Ava and Emma.
A graveside service will be held at 12:45 P.M. on Friday, October 27, 2017 at South Florida National Cemetery where Susana will be laid to rest with her husband, Luis. Please arrive by 12:30 P.M. and travel to lane 5 and wait for the procession.