Susan Mintzer

Date: Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Time: 12:00pm

Location: Isaiah Chapel

Cemetery: Wellwood Cemetery

To honor Susan’s memory, grieve together, and share memories of our mother, we will sit shiva at the home of Dan Mintzer and Daphna Hoffman: 390 Rugby Road Apt 1G Brooklyn, NY 11226 Shiva times: Tuesday: We will gather at home after the funeral – time To Be Decided. Wednesday-Thursday: 3pm-8pm Friday: 2-6pm Saturday: 6pm-8pm Kids are welcome – their silliness and laughter was something our mom loved the most.

Please omit flowers. Contributions in memory of Susan Mintzer may be sent to For those who would like to send something, please consider a donation to the following charities in our Mom’s honor: MS society- https://www.nationalmssociety.org/Donate Lustgarten foundation- https://www.lustgarten.org/donate/ Muddy Paws – https://donorbox.org/muddypawsrescuenyc

Memorial Book for Susan Mintzer

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  1. I’m her daughter and biased. But she was the best at changing the time on my microwave and in my car. I could never manage to switch things up during daylight savings. Mom was the only one who could do it for me.

  2. Mom was incredible. Funny, brave, wise, tough and beautiful. The best mom, and grandmother me and my kids could have asked for.

  3. Sending my thoughts and prayers to the Mintzer family. I taught Sue in my storytelling classes in the city and she always told wonderful stories about the love she had for her kids and grandchildren. Rest In Peace, Sue

  4. I did improv with her. We were fellow older folks in a sea of young faces. It was nice to have her emotional support

  5. She was a wonderful person. Hilarious and generous. I loved my conversations with her. She was always so supportive and just a great friend. I will miss her so. My deepest condolences to her family, she was incredibly proud of you loved you guys very much.

  6. Back in Italy, still thinking of my fun, singing on-key sister (I sang off-key), and missing her. Hey Sue. wish you were here.

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