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Susan E. Proctor

September 17, 1942 — October 29, 2020

Susan E. Proctor

Susan E. Proctor, 78, passed away peacefully on October 29, 2020, after a lifetime of dedication to family, church and education. Born in Boston, she was raised in Stoughton and was a graduate of Fontbonne Academy. She began her career as a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Framingham and during that time, she graduated from Regis College in Weston. She taught at the Boston School for the Deaf for several years. After leaving the convent, she continued teaching Special Needs Students in the Taunton Elementary Schools for several years, retiring 15 years ago. Susan cherished the lifelong friendships with her Sisters from St. Joseph's and her many friends and colleagues from Taunton.

Daughter of the late Paul R. Proctor and Anne M. (Kerin) Proctor, Susan was the oldest of 7 siblings, and cherished her relationship with each of them, as well as her many nieces and nephews. She leaves behind Nancy M. Reynolds and her husband David of GA, Paul M. Proctor and his wife Judy of Plymouth, Kerin P. Gochis and her husband George, Kenneth L. Proctor and Douglas S. Proctor and his wife Linda, all of Marshfield and Thomas H. Proctor and his wife Debbie of Townsend. She was the beloved aunt of Jeffrey, Matthew, Alex, Rebecca, Cameron, Catherine, Joe and Anna Proctor and Peter and Anne Marie Gochis and is survived by her close cousins Jimmy, Ginger, Claire and Jon. Also, a very special thank you to Susan's longtime close friend and guardian angel, Mrs. Ruth Hall.


Due to Covid 19 Restrictions, a Private Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the Immaculate Conception Church with burial to follow at Evergreen Cemetery in Stoughton. Obituary at www.farleyfh.com.
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