Susan Joan Cipollo of Warrington, 71, passed away suddenly on Saturday, January 15, 2022 as the result of a fatal car accident.
Susan was the beloved wife of Louis R. Cipollo. Sue met Lou when they were 16 years old, they were married at 23, and celebrated their 48th anniversary this past September.
Susan was born in Philadelphia on September 28, 1950 as the oldest of 5 children to the late William and Rose Massaro. She grew up in Havertown, where she would eventually also go on to start her own family with Lou before moving to Warrington in 1994. She earned a BA in Psychology from Temple University. Susan was a dedicated and loving mother, and spent many years focused on raising her family before deciding to rejoin the workforce. As a testament to her abilities and work ethic, she started out answering phones in a call center and retired as a Director of Compliance at UnitedHealthcare.
Susan loved gardening and caring for an enormous collection of flowering plants. She was an amazing cook, and loved to entertain her family and friends with meals made from scratch. She loved to travel and absorb new cultures and experiences. Susan enjoyed playing music on the piano and in DPC’s bell choir. She absolutely adored each of her grandchildren, and was at her happiest when spoiling them with her time, love, and tailor-made meals and treats that she knew were their favorites. She was loved by all those who knew her for her gentleness, compassion, good and honest advice, and loving and giving nature.
In addition to her husband, Susan is survived by her children Louis W. Cipollo (Holly), Peter M. Cipollo (Megan Saman) and Elizabeth Rose Dominici (Rich). She was the sister of Rosanne Dignetti (Gino), Peter (Lisa), Michael (Sharon) and William Massaro. Susan is also survived by her grandchildren Louie, Leah, Lydia, Richie, and Vincent.
The family will receive friends in the Celtic Crossroom on Saturday, January 22nd, 2022 at 9:30AM, followed by a Memorial Service to celebrate Susan’s life at 11:00AM at Doylestown Presbyterian Church 127 E. Court St. Doylestown.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to Doylestown Presbyterian Church and earmarked for “Code Blue” to purchase supplies as they run out this winter.