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Susan Marie Butler
March 11, 1959 ~ January 18, 2024 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Susan Marie Butler, 64, of Neptune, NJ passed away on January 18, 2024. She was the youngest daughter of James Nelson Butler, Sr. and Josephine Marie Andrade.
She attended Neptune High School, Monmouth County Vocational School, Brookdale Community College, Glassboro State College, and Mount Carmel, also known as Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Asbury Park.
Susan was an avid reader and movie goer, who also loved cruising, going on vacations, and gambling trips to Atlantic City. She was quite generous and always donated to various charities. She was a member of Retro Fitness gym and worked out regularly as long as she was able.
Susan had a 36 year career in the health field starting as a home health aid and ending as a nurse. In 2012 she was diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease/Kidney Failure, the dreaded “Butler” disease. She chose a self-dialysis called Peritoneal Dialysis as her method of treatment but continued to do the things she loved.
She is predeceased by her father, James Butler Sr. and her mother, Josephine Butler, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. She is survived by her sister, Linda Grant, husband, Lamar, and their children, Lamar Jr and Tiffany, brother, James Butler Jr. Esq, his ex-wife, Linda, and their children, Mark and Corinne, and his ex-wife, Dee, grand nieces and nephews, Isis and Isaiah, their mom, Tameka, and children of Mark and Corinne.
She wanted us all to know that we were all given a particular skill by God, and once we zone in on that skill we become the best version of ourselves, which is as God intended. Praise God! Her favorite flowers were roses because they symbolize passion and sacrifice and have come to be associated with the Virgin Mary.