Susan Love Obituary
Voorhees – January 31, 2021. Dear mother of Ashley Freedman, life partner of David Farber (loving son Drew Farber), loving daughter of Judy (and the late Donald) Love, dear sister of Sylvia Miller (Michael) and Roberta Budman, loving aunt of Rebecca Miller and Abby Budman. Former wife of Michael Freedman.Throughout a long career, Susan devoted herself to providing an enjoyable and meaningful living environment to seniors and their families. She served in a variety of leadership roles at the Jewish Geriatric Home in Cherry Hill, and helped manage its transition to Lions Gate Continuing Care Retirement Community in Voorhees. She served as CEO of Lions Gate since 2016. Susan’s gentle and kind demeanor earned the trust and friendship of residents, staff, and the community. Susan genuinely cared for each and every resident. She was also a respected leader in the senior care field, active in many professional associations. Susan was a member of the Board of Trustees of LeadingAge NJ &DE, and just prior to her illness she was appointed to an advisory board within Seton Hall University’s Stillman School of Business. Susan was a very special individual who worked hard to achieve her goals, whether it was her professional work, obtaining her Master’s degree and license in Nursing Home Administration, or volunteering her time to various organizations. In her spare time, Susan enjoyed golfing, reading and spending time with family. Susan also loved golfing with her parents in Boca Raton. Funeral services are private, but relatives and friends are invited to watch live streamed services on the PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS YouTube Channel on Thursday, February 4, 2021 beginning at 12:00 pm.
We have created the Susan Love Memorial Fund at Lions Gate. These funds will be used on a future projects that will commemorate Susan’s legacy and honor the community that she loved so much.