W. Sue (Smith) Bromirski

Born: Wed., Mar. 4, 1925
Died: Sun., Jan. 22, 2012

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W. Sue (Smith) Bromirski, 86, of Bristol, widow of Joseph "Sonny" Bromirski
died peacefully Sunday, January 22, 2012.

Sue was born March 4, 1925 in Georgia, soon moving to Kannapolis, N.C. She
was the daughter of the late Sidney Dewitt and Ethel (Page) Smith. She moved
to Bristol in 1952 soon after marrying, where she was fully accepted into
the very large Bromirski clan. Many happy years were spent in Bristol.
Then the family moved to Canton in 1964. After raising their family they
then moved on to Stuart, Florida in 1976 where she and her husband owned and
operated TROPHYMASTER Fish Mounts. Sue moved back to Bristol after the death
of Sonny in 1992.

Sue is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Susan and Rich Anderson (North
Branford); her son and daughter-in-law, Stephen and Cathy Bromirski (Davison,
MI); her grandchildren, Stephen (Lexington Park, MD) and Todd Stockwell
(Meridan); and her great grandson, Matthew (Lexington Park, MD). She also
leaves a sister, Barbara Davidson (Chesterfield, SC) and numerous loving
nieces and nephews. Her sisters Betty, Doris and Sidney and brothers, Hugh,
Bill and Grady await her in heaven.

The family would like to thank all those at 'The Pines of Bristol' for their
loving care, along with those that cared for her at home, Monja, Francine,
Linda, Donna and her nurse Elise.

Memorial services will be held in the spring at a time to be announced.
Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville, is in charge of arrangements.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to The Petit Family
Foundation, PO Box 310, Plainville, CT 06062-0310 or on line at
www.petitfamilyfoundation.org Dr. Petit's many kind deeds meant the world
to her. www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com

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Nancy Hurley

Susan......I am so very sorry for this loss in your life.......

When someone you love becomes a memory,the memory becomes a treasure...

May your heart be filled with beautiful memories of your Mom.......

Love you...Nancy


Mom, no matter what I do today, or where the future takes me tomorrow, I promise to remember all the things you've taught me and how very much you loved me, And in case I didn't say it enough, or forgot to show it, I want you to know I love you.

You told me once I was the strong one when it was YOU every time! You were the one I needed to lean on and now the hard part comes, being an orphan.

We learned to say I love you at every opportunity when dad got sick, but I don't think I said thank you enough. Thank you for all you taught me. Thank you for all you did for me. Thank you for the family you gave me and especially, thank you for all the love you showed me.

I will forever hold you in my heart and with so many memories you will always be with me.

colleen murphy johnson

i grew up with susan, having the pleasure of knowing her mom and dad. both were spectacular people. my prayers and thoughts are with her children,grandchildren. colleen

Leslie and Mel Gottlieb

The the Bromirski and Anderson Families:

Mel and I want to extend our deepest sympathy and condolesences. The loss of a parent is difficult and time will be your ally.

Lynne and Larry Bowsky

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Bromirski family on the loss of your mother abd grandmother.

We are hoping that with time your pain will go away, and in its place, all the wonderful memories will remain to help you.

dr. P

Mrs. B was a gem. A true lady and atrue friend. it was always wonderful to see her. She brightened my day. I am glad she was comfortable and at peace. The world has lost a kind and graceful lady. Deepest sympathioes to all in the family.

Doc P

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