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Susan Titus Astle

July 7, 1944 — December 3, 2013

Wolfeboro, NH-Susan Titus (Godden) Astle, 69 of North Main St., Wolfeboro died unexpectedly on December 2nd from complications after a brief illness. She died at Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, MA. Born in Boston, MA July 7, 1944, daughter of the late Harry and Ruth (Titus) Godden, she grew up in Wellesley, MA and moved to Wolfeboro from Whitefield, NH in 1980. Susan graduated from Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School in Waltham, MA and Franconia College in Franconia, NH. Susan worked as a Teacher’s Aide at Carpenter School for 29 years. She was also actively involved with Wolfeboro Summer Theatre for many years. After retiring, she worked as a home health care provider at Willing Heart Helpful Hands, she also volunteered at Carpenter School and Castle in the Clouds. She was a member of the Melvin Village Hikers and loved animals. Sue was a very thoughtful, caring and giving person that touched many lives along the way. Pre-Deceased by her brother William Godden, survivors include a son and his wife Scott and Gina Astle of Conway, NH, a daughter and her husband Marcy and David Verrone of Mendon, MA, two sisters Louise and her husband James Barwell of New Durham, NH; Judith Godden of North Andover, MA; and her sister-in-law, Patricia Godden of North Andover, MA. She had four grandchildren, Mathew, John, Carly and Tanner. She also had a cat named Tanner that she loved dearly. A Memorial Service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, December 7th at Melvin Village Community Church, 476 Governor Wentworth Hwy, Melvin Village, NH. A burial will follow in Tuftonboro Town Hall Cemetery. Following the burial, there will be a celebration of Sue’s life at Carpenter School in Wolfeboro, NH. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the New Hampshire Humane Society, 135 Meredith Center Road, P.O. Box 572, Laconia, NH 03246 (nhhumane.org).
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