In memory of
Susan Marie Saunders Palli
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In memory of
Susan Marie Saunders Palli
Susan Marie Saunders Palli, a resident of Morat, Switzerland, lost her battle with breast cancer in her home surrounded by loved ones on October 24, 2019. She was born in New Orleans, LA on October 29, 1958 to parents Edgar and Melsy Saunders. She was a graduate of Mt. Carmel Academy, University of New Orleans and LSU School of Physical Therapy. Susan is survived by her loving husband, Marino Palli of Morat, her son, Lionel Palli of Morat, her daughter, Cecilia Palli who resides in New Orleans; seven siblings, Karen DeBlieux (Dr. Peter), Linda Guillory (Rick), Mary Johnson (Keith), Edgar Saunders III, Jane Thompson (Mike), William Saunders, Sandra Niederer (Chris), and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. A memorial service was held in Switzerland on the 29th of October followed by a private family service in New Orleans. In appreciation for her time spent at LSU School of Physical Therapy, Susan donated her body to the Department of Anatomy, University of Bern in Switzerland. Susan was kind, compassionate and caring to anyone she encountered and always looked for ways to make things better for those around her. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to a charity of your choice.
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In memory of
Susan Marie Saunders Palli
Susan Marie Saunders Palli, a resident of Morat, Switzerland, lost her battle with breast cancer in her home surrounded by loved ones on October 24, 2019. She was born in New Orleans, LA on October 29, 1958 to parents Edgar and Melsy Saunders. She was a graduate of Mt. Carmel Academy, University of New Orleans and LSU School of Physical Therapy. Susan is survived by her loving husband, Marino Palli of Morat, her son, Lionel Palli of Morat, her daughter, Cecilia Palli who resides in New Orleans; seven siblings, Karen DeBlieux (Dr. Peter), Linda Guillory (Rick), Mary Johnson (Keith), Edgar Saunders III, Jane Thompson (Mike), William Saunders, Sandra Niederer (Chris), and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. A memorial service was held in Switzerland on the 29th of October followed by a private family service in New Orleans. In appreciation for her time spent at LSU School of Physical Therapy, Susan donated her body to the Department of Anatomy, University of Bern in Switzerland. Susan was kind, compassionate and caring to anyone she encountered and always looked for ways to make things better for those around her. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to a charity of your choice.
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