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Susan Marie Lieberstein-Lieutenant-Hillsborough County Fire Department


Susan Marie Lieberstein, 50, passed away at her residence in Land O’ Lakes, Florida on August 7th, 2017. Visitation for Susan will be at Myrtle Lake Baptist Church on Tuesday, August 15 from 6-8p.m. The funeral will be held on Wednesday, August 16th 2017 at Myrtle Lake Baptist Church starting at 10a.m. The grave side service will immediately follow the church service at Trinity Memorial Gardens in New Port Richey.

Susan was a Tampa Florida native. Lieutenant Lieberstein was a paramedic firefighter at Hillsborough county fire rescue; she spent most of her time at stations 20 and 31 and was a member of IAFF UNION #2294. She was also an EMT/ Paramedic Instructor.

Preceded in death by her father, Joe Stroup Sr. in 2012 and her sister Valerie Stroup in 2013. Susan is survived by her husband, Retired Rescue Captain Mark Lieberstein of Land O’ Lakes. Her sons; Mark Lieberstein Jr and Samantha of Land O Lakes, Joe Lieberstein and Carrie of Land O Lakes and Michael Lieberstein Sr.and Amanda of New Port Richey. Her mother, Marilyn Stroup of Lutz. Three Brothers; Joe Stroup and Lorinda of Lutz, Richard Stroup and Autumn of Spring Hill, and Mark Stroup and Betsy of Winter haven. Three grandsons; Michael Lieberstein Jr., Randy Brant and Connor Lieberstein. Several Nieces and Nephews.

Please send all floral arrangements directly to Myrtle Lake Baptist Church, 2017 Reigler RD, Land O’ Lakes, Florida 34639.

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  • Michelle Lieberstein says:

    I am so sorry for your loss you all are in my prayers.

  • Kim Freeman says:

    May peace that comes from the Lord and memories of love shared, comfort The Stroup’s and Lieberstein’s now and in the days ahead. Words, however kind, can’t mend your heartache. I share in your loss, I’m praying for all of you. May you find comfort and strength in the love of Family and in the warm embrace of Friends.
    Susan was a friend to many people and touched the lives of everyone she met. Our friendship has sustained since Elementary School. Susan’s friendship has never been questioned. It was quite obvious to everyone that met her that she had something about her that was steadfast and true. She loved everyone for who they were. She had a great sense of humor, she was extremely witty and incredibly sharp.
    It will be all the little things that I will remember- The quiet moments, the smiles, the laughter and much more. Although it is hard right now, it will be all the little things that will help to push away my pain and bring the remembrance of her sweet, caring and loving heart. When I find myself missing her the most, it’s inside Our beautiful memories that I’ll hold her close.
    We all have many happy memories of Susan, these we must hold dear to our hearts and cherish them, as she cherished each of us. I love Susan forever and a day! I will miss her dearly.
    With Love To All,
    Kim Freeman

  • Don and Barb Lundy says:

    You and your family are in our prayers every day.

  • Eva mayfield says:

    I am truly sorry for your loss. Susan was always so happy always smiling. She always made you feel welcomed and let you know she cared. She had an amazing spirit and an enormous loving heart. Her family was important to her and she loved her sons so very much. She was an amazing daughter, sister, aunt, grandmother and dear friend. She will truly be missed.
    With loving thoughts and prayers
    The Mayfield’s

  • Margaret Williams says:

    So sorry Mark. Will always remember you both as special friends.