|Elizabeth Anne Gosselin Sutton was born on January 1, 1961 and died on February 19, 2023 after battling colon cancer for one year.
She was an insurance underwriter in her career but after being married loved being a housewife and mother
|She loved cooking and baking cookies for the holidays. She made the best Croatian Orahnjaca (nut roll) –even better than her Croatian Grandmother Mary Zenar that taught her how to
|Elizabeth was very talented and loved sewing, knitting, and crocheting.
She loved the ocean to swim, dive, snorkel, wind surfing or just spend time on the beach with family and friends.
She is survived by her two children, Andrew and Christina Sutton and her mother, Anna Zenar Gosselin.
We miss Elizabeth and love her dearly with all our hearts. May she rest in peace.
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