Sue Ann Esposito
Sue Ann (Murray) Esposito was born on May 5, 1937 to Helen (Kupec) and Raymond Murray. She was raised in Jersey City, New Jersey. After high school, her love for travel prompted her to become a flight attendant for Capitol Airlines. A few years later, she met Raymond G. Esposito whom she married on September 19, 1959. When she got married she changed careers so that she could support her husband in his quest to become a chiropractor. Shortly thereafter, they moved to Nyack, NY where they started their family. She raised her three boys in South Nyack and volunteered at St. Ann’s School and Church working alongside her husband while he served as Mayor for over 15 years. She returned to school and became a licensed practical nurse and worked at Nyack Hospital in the Maternity Ward for 16 years. Upon leaving Nyack Hospital she went to work as an OBGYN nurse in the private sector until her retirement at the age of 74. A woman of strong Catholic faith, Sue Ann was an active member of her parish St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Piermont, NY. She was a Renew Group leader and was heavily involved in the church Rivermusic Concerts. Sue Ann was also a member of the Catholic Daughters- Court St. Anne # 866 Chapter working closely with other members to fund church projects. Sue Ann enjoyed spending time with her grandkids, reading, gardening, going on long walks, visiting the theatre, watching PBS channel 13, and listening to Mets games on her back porch. She was caring, reliable, and always willing to lend a helping hand. Her caring nature was evident up until the day she passed. Her teapot was always on and her door was always open. Sue Ann is predeceased by her husband Raymond and survived by her three sons and their wives, Andrew (Jenny), Raymond (Stacey), and Steven (Jessie); grandchildren Andrew (Andrea), Anthony (Amanda), Angela (Danny), Rachel, Ethan, Gianna, Gregory, and her great grandchildren Anderson and Alexander. She is also survived by her loving sister Irene and brother-in-law Bill Donohue, many adoring cousins, nephews, nieces, and friends whom she loved dearly. Her family and friends meant the world to her and she was happiest when they were by her side.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Catholic Daughters-Court St. Anne #866 Chapter at St. John the Baptist Church in Piermont NY.