In Memory

Susan Bainbridge (Agnetti)

Susan Couden Agnetti, 77, died of Bronchiectasis on June 16th 2020, in Orlando, Florida. Susan is survived by her husband [of 16 years] Randy Agnetti of Florida. Also surviving her are Jim and Barbara Bainbridge of Colorado, Susan’s brother and sister-in-law. Susan also leaves behind four stepchildren, Nancy Couden Williams, Rich Couden, Jared Agnetti, and Kristin Agnetti. She was preceded in death by her Father James Raymond Bainbridge and mother Francis Miller Bainbridge. Susan graduated from the University of Berkeley with a degree in Business Administration. After graduation Susan was offered a career in intelligence with a national agency but decided to see the world and became a Flight Attendant with Pan American Airways. After only two years of International service, she was promoted to the position of Flight Attendant Trainer and worked out of the Miami and New York City offices. After that, she held responsible management position as the Director of Training and Development for American Express and The Clorox Company. Always evolving, she started her own Human Resources Management Consulting Company. Couden and Associates was a great success where she specialized in organizational design & development, process & training design, and management assessment and coaching services for companies throughout America. Susan had incomparable intelligence and talents. Her gifts were not limited to work. She touched many others through her outside and charitable volunteer activities. She particularly enjoyed doing dog therapy with her standard poodles. She was a gifted artist whose paintings and stained glass brightened her home. Susan’s greatest gift was her unconditional love, and she left us all better persons for having known her. We will miss her kindness and generosity of spirit, but Heaven has gained a new Angel! A family memorial will be planned next January around her birthday. Memorial contributions may be made to St Jude’s Children’s Hospital (Child Cancer) and the American Lung Association (for their work to save lives by improvising lung health and preventing lung disease through research and education).