Mary Sue Cataudella

Mary Sue Cataudella

April 17, 1958 - September 06, 2012

Mary Sue Cataudella

April 17, 1958 - September 06, 2012


Mary Sue Cataudella

Mary Sue entered into life April 17, 1958, and went to be with the Lord September 6, 2012.

Mary Sue grew up in Stratford, Connecticut, graduated UCONN and worked in theater and a variety of backstage positions.

She relocated to the LA area of California over 20 years ago to further her career. At the time of her death, she was employed by Fox Studios as a lighting technician on numerous shows.

Mary Sue is survived by her loving parents, Steve and Mary Cataudella of Connecticut; siblings and their spouses, Stephanie Kline of Michigan, Vin and Diane Cataudella of Connecticut, Stephen and Kenna Cataudella of Oklahoma, Cathie and Rick Sekelsky of Connecticut, Francine and TC Coughlin of Connecticut, and her dear four-legged companion, Kodi. She is also survived by many uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Mary Sue was a proud member of Three Crosses Ministries and treasured the friendships she made there. Her family wishes to extend special gratitude for their comfort and care of Mary Sue.

She will be missed by many.

A Celebration of Mary Sue’s life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 8 at Three Crosses Ministries, Westminster, CA.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to
Three Crosses Ministries
14340 Bolsa Chica Drive Unit D
Westminster, CA 92683

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  1. Mar, just to let you know, I got an Apple…. finally. The Macbook Pro with Retina. Now Tommy can help me navigate, but I’m sure you can look over his shoulder to make sure…. I really miss you.

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  4. Worked with Mary Sue at the Klages Group at Sunset Gower Studios. In 2021 I am reading about the passing of a friend and mentor having the kindest Souls I have ever known. As long as she is remembered she will continue to glow and warm our hearts. Till we see each each other again my dear friend.

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