Obituary of Susan Katherine Clarkson
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Sue was blessed with many talents that she shared with family and friends. Playing the piano, painting pumpkins, making puppets and creating very special birthday cards and her famous "Candygrams" were just a few of the projects she dearly loved to do. They kept our dining room table full of fur, feathers, glue and paint. Sue played the piano anytime she found one, including St. Al's rehab, churches, nursing homes and thrift stores. She even had her family dress up as clowns to join her as she played the BSU calliope in a number of
An awesome sense of humor was Sue's best medicine while she dealt with health issues for many years. Laughter is one medicine you can't overdose on.
Sue was incredibly thankful for her family and friends and their visits, phone calls, meals and especially their prayers. A special thanks goes out to the Enhabit Hospice nurses and staff, particularly Carol Heffenan, who became Sue's soul mate and shared many hours with her making music and playing "Name That Hymn", and Chaplin Mike, to whom she was forever giving material for sermons.
Sue passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on February 28, 2023. Her final wish was for everyone to keep singing, laughing, smiling and sharing their talents to brighten someone's day.
A celebration of life for Sue will be held at 4:00 pm MST, Wednesday, March 15th at Summers Funeral Chapel located at
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