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470 Massachusetts Avenue
PO Box 882
Acton, MA 01720
Phone: 978-263-5333
Fax: 978-263-8193
Susan Caroline (Frayer) Weber

Susan Caroline (Frayer) Weber

Saturday, June 29th, 2019
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HARVARD: Susan C. (Frayer) Weber, 66, a resident of Harvard, MA, died unexpectedly Saturday June 29, 2019. She is survived by her loving family: her husband of 27 years Mark L. Weber, their son Andrei and daughter Carley; a brother Richard Frayer and his wife Valerie of Virginia; a sister Cheryl (Cherie) Montville and her husband James (Jim) of Michigan; and many friends and extended family members. She was predeceased by her parents, Rev. William (Bill) and Shirley Frayer, and a sister Elizabeth (Beth) Frayer.

Born in Detroit, Sue moved throughout Michigan with her family every 5 years or so as her father, a Methodist pastor, followed his ministry to different churches, where she and her siblings sang in the church choir. Sue's faith was a constant source of guidance and strength throughout her life. Her career started right out of high school as an executive assistant at Detroit Edison Co. (DTE Energy) and spanned 30 years before she retired to focus on her family. She held a deep reverence for the earth and nature, and was concerned with environmental issues, preservation of natural resources and supported organizations whose mission is to care for the environment. She especially loved flowers and her numerous flower gardens, and looked forward to discovering new blooms each morning. Although she didn’t have the opportunity for pets as a youngster, she grew to love her family’s dog, “Darlin” who accompanied her on daily walks, and cat “Max” who comforted her on days when she wasn’t feeling her best. A pianist, Sue enjoyed playing hymns at home she had learned as a child. Sue also adored her "occasional" chocolate! She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

Relatives and friends are invited to the memorial service on Saturday July 6th, 2019 at 4:00 P.M. in St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church, 435 Central Street, Acton, MA. Interment will be at a later date. Those who wish may make memorial gifts to either Boston Share Network, online at or St. Matthew's United Methodist Church, 435 Central Street, Acton, MA 01720, two of Sue's heartfelt passions. Memorial page
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    Saturday, July 6th, 2019 | 4:00pm
    Saturday, July 6th, 2019 4:00pm
    St. Matthew's United Methodist Church
    435 Central Street
    ACTON, MA 01720
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Those who wish may make memorial gifts to either of two of Sue's heartfelt passions: Boston Share Network, c/o St. Matthew's United Methodist Church, 435 Central Street, Acton, MA 01720-2334, also online at or to St. Matthew's United Methodist Church, 435 Central Street, Acton, MA 01720.


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Posted at 11:43am
Sally here from PD. I had dinner with Graham Birrell in NC very recently. I am so sorry to hear about Sue. I know you are grieving. However, I will choose to focus on fond memories, including your story about 4 yr old? Andre's comment to you one morning when you were not listening to him. "Dad, am I talking to a wall?" Obviously learned from his mother Sue. I do hope you can eventually focus on the good memories, too.

Anna Cassar

Posted at 07:26am
My memories of Sue are times connected through Nardin Park. Women’s Retreats and Soul Tenders, fun family events. Her passion and love for so many people made her one of earth’s angels. She was a beautiful light for all who knew her.

Stephanie LeCompte

Posted at 01:22am
I have so many beloved memories of my Aunt Sue, she was a beautiful person, inside & out. I gained so much through her love for me & our time spent together. She loved my sisters and I like we were her own. I've looked through so many pictures of my childhood over the last couple days & it has reminded me just how much Aunt Sue loved me. She was always involved in my life, coming to as many softball games, school band & music concerts, birthdays, holidays & just regular everyday things as she possibly could. She poured out her life energy into others, encouraging, guiding & having fun doing it all! She had a beautiful way of making everything fun, she was strong enough to be silly & enjoy life at every turn. Her faith in God kept her connected to the true purpose of life-showing Jesus' love to those around her. She served through her vibrant love, all those who came in contact with her. Once Uncle Mark came into the picture, I could tell (even though I was in middle school) that this man was going to steal her heart! It was so fun to be part of their wedding, so many years ago! I also still remember clearly the days that Andrei & Carley arrived into their family! What joy exuded out of Aunt Sue, her prayers were answered and a whole new stage of life began. No matter how busy her days & nights became, Aunt Sue still managed to show her love to me. We've stayed connected, even when Pfizer moved their family across the country, and I have been so blessed to have a role model like Sue. I am eternally grateful for her love, her life & her wise, sometimes quirky, words. I am missing you like crazy Aunt Sue, my grief has just begun but I cling to God's promises that you are not in pain any longer, He has wiped away every tear from your eye & I will get to spend eternity with you in heaven. I am going to hang on to all you have taught me through the way you lived & loved. You are resting in His peace now. I love you Aunt Sue!!

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