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Dr. Suzanne Hebert Imondi

Dr. Suzanne Hebert Imondi
  • April 25, 1965 - May 30, 2012
  • South Windsor, Connecticut

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Dear Dave, Grace, Dominic, and your entire family, Suzanne carried a light within her, that was evident to me from the first time I met her. And it was such a lovely thing to behold, to see how much she loved you, Dave, and appreciated your humor. What a special person and couple you were! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you, today and always, With love and sympathy, Erica


Posted by: Erica Nierendorf-Petitti - Bloomfield, CT   Jun 03, 2012

To the Imondi Hebert family -- our hearts go out to all of you... Although we didn't know you all that long Dominic and my son Alex got to be such good friends. I will miss Suzanne's quiet strength and her friendship but know that we will always have her in our thoughts and prayers. If we can be of any help or assistance please don't hesitate to call on us David -- we are there for you and Grace and Dominic ... Valerie & Alex Vetere


Posted by: Valerie Vetere - Manchester, CT   Jun 03, 2012

To the Imondi Family, The Halligan and Cooper families send their deepest condolences for your loss. Suzanne will always be an inspiration to me. Regardless of what she had to endure, I never heard her complain, or even mention that she was tired or not feeling well. A true mom, always thinking of Grace and Dominic and how she could be there for them, no matter how she felt. I will miss our "book chats" and conversations at the pool

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Posted by: Beth Halligan - south windsor, CT   Jun 03, 2012

Dave My heart is filled with sadness for you and your family. You and Suzanne were soul mates and your love for each other was as obvious 20 plus years ago as it was today, reading her beautiful obituary. You are in our thoughts and prayers and I hope you find solace in your family and friends and the love in your heart. Dora


Posted by: Dora Sudarsky - Burlington, VT   Jun 02, 2012

Suzanne was an inspiration to many, a warm soul with a tenacious spirit. With diplomacy, compassion, sensitivity and brilliance, Suzanne pushed for the world to acknowledge the women and men who suffered, like she did, with metastatic breast cancer. I feel blessed to have had the privilege of spending time with Suzanne. We shared laughter and tears. Even though she gave so much time and energy to the organization, it was always clear that her heart belonged to her family. On behalf of MBCN, I send my deepest condolences to her beloved family. May her memory be for a blessing.


Posted by: Joani Gudeman - Chicago, IL - MBCN board member   Jun 02, 2012

So many wonderful words can be written about you and your family. However, the best that I can come up with are, The world is a much better place because Suzanne was here and we are better people because we knew Suzanne. Now Heaven will be better because she Dwells there. God Bless you and your family. Find comfort in His love.


Posted by: Paul Miller - Wallingford, CT   Jun 02, 2012

David, My deepest sympathy and condolences to you and all your family.I did nt know her well but always heard wonderful things about her.Will keep her in my prayers.


Posted by: virginia ronci - cranston, RI   Jun 02, 2012

Suzanne was a wonderful person. I believe she touched the lives of everyone she met. She will always have a special place in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.


Posted by: Lisa (Levasseur) Roy - New Boston, NH - Cousin   Jun 01, 2012

Suz's obituary was written with such love and respect and seems to capture her so well. She was the most graceful human being I have ever known and feel privileged to have known her as I did. My prayers are with you David, Grace, and Dominic.


Posted by: Kate Viret - Mountain View, CA - Smith friend   Jun 01, 2012

My heart aches for you and your children. Thinking of you at this time.


Posted by: Leora Berns - Avon, CT   Jun 01, 2012