Suzanne Marie Basualdo, 59

Suzanne Marie Basualdo
Suzanne Marie Basualdo

Suzanne Marie Basualdo, 59, of Oswego, New York died peacefully in her home surrounded by her family on Monday January 18, 2010.

She was born March 3, 1950 in Buffalo, NY, the daughter of Marian Williams and the late LeRay Williams, she was the youngest of four siblings. Her son Julian Basualdo predeceased her February 21, 2001.

Mrs. Basualdo is survived by her husband of 39 years, Eugenio Basualdo, of Oswego, her daughter Antoinette and son-in-law Paul Delmonico of Boston, Massachusetts; grandsons Julian and Levon; brothers Donald (Teresa) and Thomas (Susan) Williams, her sister, Barbara (Donald) Coleman; and many nieces and nephews.

Suzanne taught Special Education for 29 years: 26 of them at the Oswego Middle School.

A Memorial service will be held Saturday June 5th at 1pm at the Oswego Middle, Oswego, NY. The arrangements are in the care of the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home 147 West Fourth Street, Oswego.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in memory of the Suzanne Basualdo Scholarship Fund c/o OMS Principal, Oswego Middle School, Mark Fitzgibbons Drive, Oswego, NY 13126


  1. Dear Gene and Family,
    We were deeply saddened to hear of Suzanne’s passing. She was such a great woman who loved life and always had a smile. She was dedicated to her students and loyal and loving to her family. You were all so fortunate to have her in your life for as long as you did…may the wonderful memories of her sustain you through this very difficult time. Suzanne will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
    With Sincere Sympathy and Love,
    Lynne and Angelo Gilli

  2. We are sorry to read the loss of Sue on our computer while in Fl. I(Joe) have good memeories of Sue when teaching at the Middle School. You could never find a person so committed to her profession. Our regards to her family and relatives.

  3. Gene and family:
    Suzanne would have been my choice as a sister. She became a role model wife, mother, daughter, colleague, teacher, friend. Suzanne loved life and used her infectious smile to call to others. Her goal was to make lives better. Her family was her catalyst and her life the tool. May your wonderful memories carry you through this difficult time and know that I and many others share your sadness.
    Connie Cosemento

  4. Eugenio: I am so deeply sorry for Suzanne’s passing. I just learned of the news today. She was absolutely precious and Kyle and I just want you to know we are thinking of you and your family at this time. You and your family are in our prayers and thoughts. We love you, Penny and Kyle Wittler

  5. Gene:

    I was a member of your wedding party and one of Sue’s good high school friends. I’ve been searching for her online for years and am devastated to find her obituary instead of finding her. She was such a sweetheart: Non-judgmental, generous, kind. I loved her giggle. I loved her and am so so sad that we did not stay in touch. My thoughts are with you and your family.

    Margie Pantle Allen

  6. Gene:

    I was in your wedding party and Sue’s good friend in high school. I’ve been searching online for her for years and am crushed to find her obituary today.

    I loved her humor, her compassion, her generosity. She was such a good soul.

    My prayers are with you and your family.

    Margie Pantle Allen

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