Susan Lynn Lassanske
On Wednesday June 29, 2022, The Lord called Sue home unexpectedly. She passed away peacefully in her sleep. The evening of her passing, Sue spent her final hours exactly the way she would have wanted, watching her grandsons play baseball and spending time with not only them, but her son and daughter-in-law during the game. Sue witnessed her oldest grandson (Connor) play his best game of the season, and also got to hear from her middle grandson (Colin) about the homerun he hit at his baseball game. All during this time, she was also able to play with her youngest grandson (Christian), whom she referred to as “Schnook Umms.” Sue would not have wanted to be any place else.
As a mother and grandmother, we could not have asked for, nor wanted, anyone else. She was the most supportive, caring, and loving mother and grandmother ever. She would ALWAYS put her family first, over her own needs. She was always there for us whenever we needed her.
As a friend, Sue was extremely loyal, caring, and compassionate, and would typically put her needs aside to help her friends out.
Sue was preceded in death by her mother Ruth Sobush and by her Life-Partner Ronald Fuller.
Sue is survived by her son Scott (Erin) Lassanske, her sister Nancy (Rick) Heuss, and her three grandsons: Connor Lassanske, Colin Lassanske, and Christian Lassanske… all of whom were her life!
In remembrance of Sue, we ask for everyone to be kind, compassionate, and helpful to others. Please do not stereotype, but instead listen to how you may be able to help someone out. This is what Sue did routinely, and we can all become better people, if we follow the path she has set forward for us.
A burial will be held at a later date.
Couldn’t have said it better for her! All my love auntie!! I love you and miss you so much!!
God bless aunt sue u will be missed!!! It breaks my heart but I am happy to know she wasn’t alone in her last day! I wish I could of seen her just one more time but she will be with my uncle in heaven watching over the family! She was a beautiful soul and I grew up with her and our uncle Ron and it’s just as hard now as the day her took his last breath! She will always be remembered by me as a kind woman and I love her!!!
All though we had been apart for many years, we shared a bond through our son,Scott. She was the best mother and grandma to her son and grandchildren. She was a good and caring person, and will be missed.
Scott and family, sorry for your loss I will keep you all in my prayers. Sue will truly be missed, she was a great friend of 33 years, ever since I moved here from Chicago. I will miss our talks, going to the movies and going to get something to eat afterwards. She was the kindest and most caring person, she always kept me laughing. I will miss you my friend.