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Susan L. Mallis

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Susan Linda Mallis, of Fort Lee, New Jersey, passed away on March 29th, 2019 at the age 75, surrounded by her loved ones.
Susan was born in Brooklyn and later lived in Amityville, NY and Miami Beach, FL. She was married to Harvey her husband for 44 loving years on February 15th 1975. They started their family with the arrival of Austin & later Todd. Susan loved her family and this has always been the centerpiece of her life.
Susan is survived by her husband, Harvey & her two sons, Austin & Todd, her daughter in laws Dorothy and Paula and her four grandchildren, Madeiline, Isadora, Astrid and Phoenix; and a brother, Burt.
The service will be held on Tuesday April 2nd 10:30 am at Eden Memorial Chapels – 327 Main Street – Fort Lee, NJ with the funeral to follow at Cedar Park, Paramus, NJ.
A big thank you is in order for Kassia Lana, she was able to care for Susan over the final few months and grew a bond with Susan that was beautiful to see. We were very lucky for her to come into our lives. Her good friend Dolores Blumenthal was a huge part of Susan’s life and was always there for her.

Funeral Service

10:30 am Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Eden Memorial Chapels, Inc.
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States

Final Resting Place

Cedar Park Cemetery
Forest Avenue & Soldier Hill Rd.
Paramus, New Jersey, United States

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  1. My thoughts and my heart will be with you all on Tuesday. When I told my daughter Alison, that Susan had passed, she said…Oh no, I loved her! As you may remember Alison and Meredith baby sat for Austin and Todd…back in the day. Susan, even when she was ill, always made me laugh! I loved her also. May she now be at peace!

  2. Harvey, Austin and Todd, You are all in our hearts and prayers at this time. Susan was blessed with having you all around her To share so many wonderful years together. We hope your hearts will be filled with the joys that you all shared. With love and our deepest sympathies, Nancy and Steve TyAT3

  3. I met Susan through her son Austin and her daughter-in-law Dorothy, who lived in the same apartment building in New York City. Susa was always so charming, cheerful and a joy to talk to. She adored her family and her darling granddaughters Isadora and Astrid. And her beloved doggies. Im so so sad to hear this news. Sending love to her beloved husband and family. Linda Rodin

  4. Harvey, So sorry to hear of Susans passing… I never got the chance to meet her, but I recall you speaking so lovingly of her and I am sure words cannot express how much she will be missed.. My heart goes out to you and the family… Please know that you are in my prayers and thoughts…

  5. Dear Harvey and Family Sorry about your loss. Lets think about the good times and happiness you guys had. If i was in N.J. i would be there to honor your great loss. I will always remember the good times we had when we first met. and will cherish the fond moments we enjoyed when we started our work days and how Susan was always there for you and the family. May she rest in great peace and happiness. Best to you and the family and may you have fond memories of your lives together. Allen & Judy Lovitch

  6. Dear Mallis family, I am very sorry for your loss. May her memory be a blessing just like spending time with her was for me. Thank you for the opportunity to care for her during the last months of her life. May G-d comfort you amongst the mourners of Zion and Yerushalayim. Sincerely, Kassia Lana

  7. To our dear friends Austin and Dorothea and children and family. Our condolences to the family . Marc Van Damme Salvador Oliveros

  8. We are deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Susan. We will keep her legacy of love and family alive in the East Quogue house as we create our life there.

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