Susan L. Leonard

1952 ∼ 2018

Susan L. Leonard

Susan L. Leonard of Orleans, Ma formerly of East Bridgewater, Ma passed away unexpectedly on March 5th, 2018. Susan was born in Massachusetts as the oldest daughter of the late Laura M. (Tuttle) and John S. Leonard, Sr. She was predeceased by her brother, Jay Leonard. 

 Susan graduated from East Bridgewater High School where she played Field Hockey, Softball, and was the president of her class. She went to Fisher College to study Optometry.  She worked at Voorthus Opticians in Washington, DC, and as an Optometric Technician at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Susan loved gardening, reading, and watching the Olympics.  She was an active member of the Federated Church of Orleans where she attended service regularly and volunteered at the Fair. 

 Susan was the wife of the late Christopher Condon.  She is survived by her brother, Jeffrey (Rita) Leonard; children, Dennis (Candida) Hall, and Staci (James II) Clark; grandchildren Maison, Jazmyne, Chloe, and James III; and nieces, Kasey and Destiny. 

Susan loved her children and family and encouraged them to always “Keep your feet on the ground and reach for the stars.”
A small service for close friends and family will be held at Federated Church of Orleans on Friday, March 16th, 2018 at 1:00pm  Flowers may be sent to Federated Church of Orleans 162 Main St. East Orleans, MA 02643


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Susan L. Leonard

1952 ∼ 2018

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