~~Paul Thomas Suszczynski
March 27, 1945 to September 6, 2016
Paul was born and raised in Wyandotte Michigan where he met his Wife, Cecilia. Son, Paul Raymond, was born in 1967 and their second Son, Frank, in 1970. Years passed and the sons started their own families; Paul Raymond wed Vivian in 1990, and Frank married Kristine in 1994. Paul became a Grandfather to four boys bearing the Suszczynski name. Paul Raymond and Vivian has a son, Jacob, in 1996 and Jeremy in 2000. Frank and Kristine brought in their sons: Benjamin in 1997 and Timothy in 2001. Paul is also survived by his brother, Carl Sterling and sister, Donna Hetner as well as two sister in laws, Rita Cole and Catherine Falzone.
Paul earned his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1968 from the University of Detroit. His longest employment was with Colgate-Palmolive Company for over twenty-five years where he supervised industrial power systems installations in many locations in the United States, the Caribbean Islands, Europe, Latin America, and the Philippines.
Paul also travelled the United States and world with Cecilia touring famous sites and scenic vistas.
Paul was a prolific gardener. He shared his joy of gardening by co-founding the development of the Chatham Borough Community Garden. “Farmer Paul” was also closely involved with the Morris County Community and the Madison Community Garden for many years.
Paul and Cecilia recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on August 12, 2016 with a second Honeymoon, long weekend in New York City.
Paul was a man of strong morals, ethics, and family values. He will be missed by many people.
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