Articles by Susan
Susan M. Omilian is the published author of fiction and non-fiction books as well as numerous magazine, newspaper and newsletter articles. Below are some examples of Susan’s published articles.
Published in The Hartford Courant, November 28, 2007 — I remember Bill O’Neill. He was as people described him, an honest, ordinary man, a bartender from East Hampton who reminded me of my father — an auto mechanic who ran a gas station for many years.read more
Twenty-five years ago, I was a Legal aid attorney doing divorce work with women who had been abused. Daily, I’d listen to stories of beatings, verbal abuse and emotional coercion and do my best to get these women away from these men.
Years later, I realized that just getting these women…read more
In the early morning hours of October 18, 1999, I received a phone call from my sister. “It’s Maggie,” she said, her voice trembling. “She’s been shot. She’s dead.”
I couldn’t believe it. Maggie, my brother’s 19-year-old daughter, had been murdered at school by her ex-boyfriend who then…read more
Published in The Hartford Courant, December 22, 2000 — It has been more than a year now since my niece, Maggie, died and still it is hard for me to tell her story.
On October 18, 1999, Maggie, a 19-year-old college sophomore at Kalamazoo College in Michigan, was shot and killed…read more
In the early morning hours of Sunday, October 17, I received a phone call at my home in Connecticut that my niece, Maggie, a nineteen year old college sophomore, was shot three times and killed in a college dormitory room in Kalamazoo, Michigan, by her ex-boyfriend. The young man, a junior at…read more