Sujyothi "Sue"  Shetty


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Mrs. Sujyothi “Sue” Shetty passed away on Tuesday September 26, 2017.
She was born on December 12, 1948 in India to Mr. MPC and Susheela Shetty. Sujyothi was married to Dr. Santosh “Sam” Shetty, who was a Radiation Oncologist at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen. They were married in 1969 in India and came to the U.S. shortly thereafter. They settled in Andover and lived here for the next 45+ years.
Sujyothi first worked for Liberty Mutual Insurance as assistant to the Executive Vice President. After taking time off to raise her two children, she became a travel agent as her second career. She was actively involved in the Holy Family Auxiliary and Women’s Guild, and supported the Chinmaya Mission in Andover.
After retirement, she enjoyed spending winters in Fort Lauderdale and returning every summer. Her favorite activities included travelling. She enjoyed holidays and special events, celebrating with family and friends. She had a zest for life and though it was not her career, she was the ultimate party planner and loved hosting.
Sujyothi was predeceased by her husband, Dr. Santosh Shetty. She leaves behind a son, Shawn; daughter, Sajini and her husband Chethan and the grandsons she adored, Elan and Alec, all of Andover, and a sister, Mrs. Surekha Adyanthya of Mumbai, India. She will be missed by the extended family and friends.
Visiting hours were Friday, September 29, in the Driscoll Funeral Home, 309 So. Main Street, Haverhill, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Puja Service in the funeral home began at 12 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her memory to Chinmaya Mission, Andover or American Cancer Society. For online guestbook, please visit
Published on September 28, 2017
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