In Memory

Susan Okrent (Solomon)

Susan Okrent (Solomon)

Susan Risa (Okrent) Solomon of Franklin, formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away on Wednesday June 30 at 74 years of age. Devoted daughter of the late Charles & Constance (nee Vigran) Okrent. Beloved wife of 30 years to Mildred Posselt.  Loving mother of Jayme Solomon-Zissu & her husband Jonathan of Hopedale, Massachusetts; Craig Solomon of Cincinnati, Ohio; and Kari Solomon of Arlington, Massachusetts.  Cherished grandmother of Becca Solomon.  Dear sister of Brendan S. Okrent of Los Angeles, California.

A graveside service will be held at Beit Olam East Cemetery, 42 Concord Road, Wayland on Tuesday July 6 at 1pm. Memorial Observances will be held at the home of Jayme Solomon-Zissu on Tuesday July 6 at 5pm with Minyan service at 7:30 pm, continuing on Wednesday July 7 at 6:30pm with Minyan service at 7:30pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Susan’s name may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation, PO Box 5014, Hagerstown, MD 21741 or the Alzheimer’s Foundation, 322 Eighth Ave., New York, NY 10001.

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07/09/21 05:28 PM #1    

Emily Lang (Ness)

I was so very saddened to learn of Susie's passing.  My love and thoughts are with Susie's family and friends.

07/09/21 05:37 PM #2    

Barbara Lang (Matacia)

I was deeply saddened to hear of Susie's passing.   My heart-felt sympathy goes out to her family and friends.

07/10/21 01:11 PM #3    

Nancy Sapadin (Paul)

I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Susie Okrent.  I remember her as always smiling and someone full of good humor.  I knew Susie in her first marriage.  Her in-laws were close friends of my family.  Condolences to Susie's family and friends.  She was truly a good person.  By the way, if anyone remembers the "Cheerettes," her mother started this volunteer group for Sheltering Oaks, which was the Jewish Old Age home back in the 60's. 


07/10/21 06:03 PM #4    

Jacqueline Schwartz (Mandell)

So sorry to hear about the passing of Susie Okrent. I knew Susie at Bond Hill and Woodward. She was a kind and good person with a sweet smile. Condolenses to her family and friends.

07/10/21 11:59 PM #5    

Janice Mosbach (Worthington)

Oh Susie we lost touch but I know you remember what devils we were at Camp Livingston. One year we were invited to a friend's home in Piqua and her Dad had to call my Dad to come get us early in the visit. Oh we had potential but for sure we had fun! We lost touch but I hope your life was full of love and peace. I'll never forget you! Love ya! Janice                                                                                                     

07/27/21 02:26 PM #6    

Michael Adler (Adler)

This is Jayme Solomon-Zissu, Susan's daughter.  Mike Adler gave me his account to log in under so I could read the comments.  Thank you so much for your condolences.  It means a lot to hear your thoughts.  She would often talk of Woodward and her time there.  Some of these stories are familiar and definitely some names.  She was an amazingly strong woman who raised her kids to be be equally strong.  Her favorite saying was can't never did anything which she said her Mom used to tell her.  Thanks again for the love and condolences.

Jayme Solom-Zissu

07/28/21 10:31 AM #7    

Judy Reis (Goltzman)

I am so  sad thhhear about Susie's passing. We were close friends for many years and were in each other's weddings. Although we lost touch, I never forgot her. I tried to find out where she was many times. I finally did,but unfortunately we never communicated.I will never forget our friendship and all the fun we had together. My condolences to her family.

07/28/21 11:47 AM #8    

Peggy Rich (Friedman)

I am so very sorry to hear this sad news.  May her memory be a blessing to her family.....

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