Guest Book for Lillian M. (Campo) Susienka

Provided by Jackman Funeral Home

Posted by: Michael Gauthier
Tue December 31, 2019
John and family,  What a wonderful and long life Lillian lived for her husband, children, family and friends.  She has left a legacy that will not be forgotten.  Our sympathies are with you and your family.  Mike, Kathy, Emily,  Connor and Thomas Spenser.

Posted by: Ellen Halsdorff
Wed January 01, 2020
Susan, Sandra, John and David, I am so sorry for your loss.  Your mom truly was a wonderful lady.  She always had that smile on her face and seeing it makes me smile.  She will be missed.  Love you all

Posted by: Donna Davis
Wed January 01, 2020
I am so very sorry for your loss. Thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.

Posted by: Susan and Frank Strom
Thu January 02, 2020
A truly beautiful lady who always had a smile for everyone she met. May she rest in peace.

Posted by: Vernicia Dawson
Thu January 02, 2020
David, our sympathies to you and your family.  On behalf of your Corning family.

Posted by: Deborah and David Taylor
Sun January 05, 2020
So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Posted by: Donna Rose
Mon January 06, 2020
Sandra and Susan and family, I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. There are such good memories of her from the distant past. She certainly lived a very full and wonderful life. Many thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and may she rest in Gods peace.

Posted by: Marie Jeffreys (Oliver)
Mon January 20, 2020
I know my mother always looked forward to hearing from or calling Lillian as they were life long friends and stayed connected even after my mother moved west  after getting married to my Dad.  Years back, I went to Whittensville and our family was taken around town by both Rudy and Lillian.  She showed me the war memorial in town that had the names of all my mothers brothers listed on it...Roland, Paul, Harold and Buddy Oliver signifying their enlistment in the service,  They took us to a Lobster House...the same one my parents went to with them some years earlier.  What wonderful people the Susienka's were.  They treated us like their own children.  They even made a point of showing me the home my Mom was raised in and where my grandmother is buried in town.  My mother is still alive and she misses her voice and frequent calls.  Bless your family!