Suzanne Cangelosi

Suzanne Cangelosi, 78, a resident of Friendswood, Texas passed away on Oct. 23, 2021.
Sue was born January 26, 1943; the seventh of eight children born to Frank and Mary Dorfmeister and was lovingly raised in Farmingdale, NY, where she met and married Sal Cangelosi in 1963.

Sue became the proud mother of 2 daughters and later moved to Friendswood, Texas.
“Miss Sue” proudly taught over 80 children in her private school dedicated to teachers’ children.  Sue was an avid gardener who enjoyed arts & crafts, quilting, bowling, and participating in both the Purple and Red Hat Society guilds.  Sue was a long-time member of the Military Wives club where she cultivated and maintained her close friendships.


Sue is preceded in death by her parents (Frank & Mary), two brothers (Henry & Frank); two sisters (Barbara & Madeline); sister-in-law Jeannie, and brother-in-law Jack.

Sue leaves behind her beloved husband Sal Cangelosi, along with her treasured daughters; Suzanne Selden and Sallyann Bergen of Friendswood, TX; as well as her adored grandchildren: Cory Bergen and Isabelle Selden. She also leaves behind her sisters: Alberta Citrano, (husband Richard) of Babylon, NY; Mary Lou Nester of East Meadow, NY; and brother Ted Dorfmeister, (wife Judy) of Farmingdale, NY.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 10 a.m. at the Cangelosi residence in Friendswood, TX.

In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the American Cancer Society.


  1. My sincerest condolences from the Brewer family.

    Michael Brewer
  2. May you have memories for comfort, friends for support, and faith to ease your sadness.

    Alice and Dan Ryan
  3. Aunt Sue will be very much missed. I’ll miss her sense of humor and our fast paced
    conversations. My condolences to the entire Cangelosi family. My heart breaks for you. Rest in Peace Aunt Sue.

    Mary Lynn

    Mary Lynn Faraci
  4. We will miss Sue’s spirited presence and being able to look out my kitchen window and see Sue busy in the front yard with her plants and flowers and deciding on the next garden project. I loved her always ready chuckle. We send our sympathies to Sal and their families. May the presence of the Lord help ease the pain of your grief and your grief is replaced with loving and fun memories. Judy and Bob Wright

    Bob and Nudy Wright
  5. Sue, our hearts go out to you of your passing. We will miss your happy smiles and your jovial ways. When we saw each other we celebrated happy times amongst our family. We will love you forever and miss you. May you have eternal peace. Love you ,Alberta and Rich.

    Richard Citrano
  6. I always admired Aunt Sue’s energetic personality and her optimism. She always looked on the bright side of things and, no doubt, that is what drew so many others to her. May God embrace her now and welcome her home. Rest in Peace, Aunt Sue.

    My deepest condolences to Uncle Sal, Suzanne, and Sallyann.


    Robert M Citrano

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