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Susan Jacobson
Shiva:
9498 Angelina Circle
Columbia, MD 21045
Shiva Details:
Sunday, beginning at 2pm, with services at 6pm. Remembrances, readings, and reflections are welcome.
 
Donations:
Contributions in her memory may be made to:

Seasons Hospice Foundation
6934 Aviation Blvd, Suite N-R
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
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The Family of Susan Jacobson
May 27, 2019 9:59 AM

We welcome you to share your memories with us and with those who visit here.


kim holcomb
Mar 12, 2019 02:28 PM

It was my pleasure and privilege to call Suki my friend for the past +30 years... working together at MPT, and staying in touch after she retired. She mentioned her family often, and I'm surprised when I realize I don't actually know them well. She was happy I bought a condo in Pikesville, and had a story to tell me about someone who lived near there previously... she was a networking maven. :)
Blessings on your Way, sweetie pie.


Howard Halpren
Mar 12, 2019 02:56 PM

Dear David and Family,
I am so sorry to hear the news about Suki. I always considered her the "Cool" cousin. This loss is gonna take a while to sink in. It wouldn't surprise me if we see a new show on the air called "Outdoors Heaven" . She has probably already produced 3 episodes.
Peace & Love, Peace & Love.


Maxine Snyder Gordon
Mar 12, 2019 03:22 PM

To the Jaskulsky family
I am so sorry to hear about Suki. I have know all of you for what seems like forever. Please accept my wincerest condolences. May all your good memory carry you through this difficult time


Carl Smith
Mar 12, 2019 04:19 PM

Today is a very sad day here at MPT. A beloved member of our family is no longer with us...
I will forever miss "Suki", she was one of a kind...
I'm honored to say she was my friend.....
I will miss our conversations, her laughter, her advice on people, TV shows, the President, and just regular life.
I adored her.
I Love and Miss You Suks!



JEFFREY AND SANDY BRENNER
Mar 12, 2019 04:55 PM

DEAR DAVID AND FAMILY,
I KNEW SUSAN SINCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. WE HAD THE SAME BIRTHDAY AND THE FIRST THING WE WOULD SAY TO EACH OTHER WAS HAPPY BIRTHDAY. I AM SO SORRY FOR HER LOSS.I WILL ALWAYS SMILE WHEN I REMEMBER THAT CUTE REDHEAD.


Robert Heck (Bob the Vid Tech)
Mar 12, 2019 05:01 PM

I worked with and became friends with “Suki” in the early 1990’s at MPT. In my 18 years there we always shared what we were up to, had loads of laughs and even won some Emmy Awards together. I am so sad to hear this terrible news and I wish her family much consolation in knowing how much she was respected and appreciated by so many people. RIP Suki.


Beth Jacobson Shavitz
Mar 12, 2019 07:17 PM

Dear David and Family,
I was shocked and so saddened to read of Suki’s passing! I spoke with her shortly before her birthday . . . we always seemed to be comparing our COPD issues and she would always tell me how she wanted a new pair of lungs! I will miss her so much as well as the conversations we shared. I’m sure all who knew her will miss her as well! May the great memories you have of her help you through the difficult times ahead!


Lucy Ogdanets
Mar 13, 2019 12:12 AM

Dear Jaskulsky family,
Suki will be missed greatly. She was a lovely neighbor who always thought about others. My girls and I will miss her lovely notes of encouragement and well wishes.
She always knew how to brighten our weekends.
Love,
The Ogdanets family next door


Mike MacFee
Mar 13, 2019 08:13 AM

Though I only had the pleasure to meet her recently, I was very fortunate to have several conversations with Suki over the past couple of years. She was a joy to speak with and I always felt uplifted after our talks. I'll miss hearing from her. RIP Suki


Marty Bass
Mar 13, 2019 09:08 AM

Suki was a name I always enjoyed seeing on caller ID or my e mail. Of course we knew each other socially from the mid 80's on, but it was her "reach outs" that mattered. Suki would comment, or call and talk about about the biz, or what was being covered and how. Or the BS involved in it all, followed by her hearty laugh. And when she found out we had named or son Jake she called and said it was clearly after her Dad, and we both laughed deeply. A TV pro, a life expert, and a beautiful soul. Heck YES her memory IS a blessing.


Michael Styer
Mar 13, 2019 10:35 AM

My condolences Karen and family.
Such a courageous
friend and MPT colleague. I will
miss our weekly phone chats with her uplifting sense of humor.
You made a difference in so many lives Susan.
Now sleep well
dearest one.



Michael Styer
Mar 13, 2019 10:35 AM

My condolences Karen and family.
Such a courageous
friend and MPT colleague. I will
miss our weekly phone chats with her uplifting sense of humor.
You made a difference in so many lives Susan.
Now sleep well
dearest one.



Michael Styer
Mar 13, 2019 10:37 AM

My condolences Karen and family.
Such a courageous
friend and MPT colleague. I will
miss our weekly phone chats with her uplifting sense of humor.
You made a difference in so many lives Susan.
Now sleep well
dearest one.



Michael Styer
Mar 13, 2019 10:39 AM

My condolences Karen and family.
Such a courageous
friend and MPT colleague. I will
miss our weekly phone chats with her uplifting sense of humor.
You made a difference in so many lives Susan.
Now sleep well
dearest one.



Violet LeVoit
Mar 13, 2019 12:31 PM

Suki had the rare gift of making you feel special by talking about herself. She was an absolute one of a kind who lived a big life. I still tell her funny stories, and I'm so glad I knew her. I hope she gets lots of dark chocolate hearts in heaven.


Carol Slatin
Mar 14, 2019 10:30 AM

So hard to believe that Sukie is gone. She was so vivacious and involved in the world, with so many project ideas, even when she couldn't make them all happen! I know the last few years were hard for her but her family was always there with a helping hand. I know you all miss her and will hold her in your hearts forever.


Stuart tamres
Mar 14, 2019 10:38 AM

David, its been so many years since i last say Suki and you, Suki was one person however you always smiled at when you thought about her. So very sorry for her passing.


Sue and Brian Gambel
Mar 14, 2019 08:43 PM

Dear David & Family,

We are so sad to hear about Suki. We hope you find peace and comfort in the memories of the good times you shared with her.


Karen Klein
Mar 14, 2019 09:02 PM

I’m so sorry to hear about Suki’s passing. I knew her in high school. I remember her as a pretty girl with red hair very vivacious. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.


Sharon Losin Silverman
Mar 15, 2019 12:08 AM

My sincerest condolences to your family on the passing of Suki. Both a junior high and high school friend. The best of smiles and the sincerest of people. She will be missed


Ellen Thompson ( Smith)
Mar 15, 2019 01:10 AM

Dearest David and family,
I was so shocked and deeply saddened to hear about Suki. We all share an interesting past together don’t we. Suki was larger than life to me back in the days that you and I were friends - I thought that she was so beautiful and so vivacious and so genuine . I will think of her always with her big gorgeous smile and wonderful laugh. My heart is with you .



Alan M. Rivkin FPHS 66
Mar 15, 2019 08:53 AM

Sorry for your loss


gladys kaplan
Mar 15, 2019 09:18 AM

Suki was a bright light and always so proud of her many projects at MPT. Her sense of humor and wit could always brighten the day. I loved when she talked of her deep connections to community.
Sincere condolences to Suki's family.


Scott Hileman
Mar 15, 2019 10:11 AM

I just read the news about our dear Suki. Words cannot express my sadness and the thoughts in my heart properly at her loss. To her family, my sincerest condolences for your loss. Susan was absolutely one of my favorite people in the world, a dear friend, a wonderful teacher, and a true guiding light in my life. I will miss her dearly.


Gary Berger
Mar 15, 2019 10:27 AM

In 10th grade, Suki was my girlfriend for a couple weeks. She let me drive her father's car on Jonquil Ave. even though I didn't have a license. She had red hair and braces and she was beautiful. I didn't see her much after that but I always remembered her. I am very sorry to hear of her loss.


Stuart R Weinstein
Mar 15, 2019 11:31 AM

One of a kind. So very very Special ! A great friend , daughter, sister and aunt. My prayers and tears are with you.


Debby Waranch
Mar 15, 2019 03:02 PM

I remember Suki from high school... vivacious, a sweetheart, very well liked by all. Sending sincere condolences to the family and prayers that they are comforted by good memories.


paul bell
Mar 16, 2019 12:44 PM

Dear David and family: Suki was a good friend years ago when she produced a sports show with Stan the Fan and few other people, me included. We would go to O's games that she loved to do so much.
She was always so upbeat and full of fun stories. She will be missed.
so sorry for your loss.


Buzz Levin
Mar 16, 2019 04:16 PM

Suki – THIS IS A CELEBRATION OF YOU ….
• ONE OF A KIND
• VIVACIOUS
• LIFE OF THE PARTY AND LIFE
• BEAUTIFUL IN LOOKS AND PERSON
• SMART AND HARD WORKER
• BRINGING A SMILE TO EVERYONE WHO HAD THE PLEASURE OF SPENDING TIME WITH YOU

Suki and I first met when she worked at Red Rooster and I worked next door at Kavanaugh’s, and her mom worked at Hecht’s. She and I went to BJC together where she was the center of my universe. We skied locally and in Austria and France – which was the ‘itch’ which resulted in my starting Travel Committee. We partied, shared good times and friends, flew on many chartered big jets to Las Vegas with lots of our Pimlico Restaurant and Bar friends. We always ate up her Mom’s frozen chocolate ice before Toby or the family could enjoy a spoon full. We clean the flooded floor from David’s party before her parents returned or ever knew about the disaster. These were ALL GOOD TIMES and NONE forgotten. More to share with David on Sunday
Suki and I enjoyed a life together and shared family and friends for many years before and after we were married at Bluefeld’s in Pikesville. We shared many new friends at Twin Ridge, many of whom still remain in touch through all these years and changes that we experience through life.
She was truly a unique and wonderful person and I describe her as “A Ray of Sunshine’. With her long flowing red hair, I am often reminder of her when I hear the song by the Stones -”She’s a Rainbow”!!!

WE WILL MISS YOU SUKI, BUT YOU ARE NOT LOST and NEVER FORGOTTEN BECAUSE YOU REMIAN IN ALL OUR HEARTS and ARE REFLECTED IN OUR SMILES WHEN WE THINK OF YOU



Aileen Miller
Mar 16, 2019 07:45 PM

David, Lisa and Family, I am so sad to read that Suki has passed away. All of my memories of Suki puts a smile on my face. She was a 'One of a kind' personality. No one looked like her either, a real beauty in and out. Always with such interesting stories, Suki was a kind and generous, loving girl. I loved her and again I am so sorry for your loss. I believe in angels and would like to think she'll be watching over you. With love, A


Janis Kramer
Mar 17, 2019 09:58 AM

I met my husband at Suki and Buzzy's Twin Ridge Labor Day party in 1976. 35 years later, she gave me a picture of him from junior high school (she had a crush on him:-)). I haven't seen Suki in several years but will always picture her huge smile and that laugh! As many have said - she truly was one of a kind. So very sorry.


Robin & Mark Schlossberg
Mar 17, 2019 10:23 AM

Dear David,Lisa and family,
We were so sad to hear about Suki. She was so beautiful inside and out!
We are in London but will be in touch when we return.Love Robin & Mark


Stan Charles
Mar 17, 2019 02:22 PM

David & Family- I know what a terrible loss this is to you all. It was my great pleasure to know and love Suki both on a personal level and a professional one as well. RIP-Suki.


Jan Rosenthal
Mar 18, 2019 08:38 AM

Dear Dave and Family,
I want to express my heartfelt condolences on the passing of your Suki. Although it's been many years since our days at Milford which is probably the last time I saw her, I still remember the silky red hair and what a beautiful woman she was. More importantly I recall the obvious caring and brother/sister love you had for one another. It was special and it was sweet. May her memory always be a blessing for you.


 
 

Susan Jacobson

On March 12, 2019, Susan "Suki" Jacobson (nee Jaskulsky); beloved daughter of the late Joseph and Toby Jaskulsky; cherished sister of David (Lisa) Jaskulsky; devoted aunt of Daniel (Crystal) Jaskulsky; loving great-aunt of Riley Joseph Jaskulsky; also survived by many loving family and friends.



Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Seasons Hospice Foundation, 6934 Aviation Blvd, Suite N-R, Glen Burnie, MD 21061.

In mourning at 9498 Angelina Circle, Columbia, MD 21045, Sunday, beginning at 2pm, with services at 6pm. Remembrances, readings, and reflections are welcome.

 
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