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Suzanne "Sue"
Gieschen

Gieschen, Suzanne “Sue” M. (Nee Degner)

Passed peacefully into Eternal Life on Wed. Jan. 9, 2019 at the age of 85. Dear wife of John for 64yrs. Beloved mother of Paul (Mary), Karen (Bob) Heebsh, Tim (Denise) and Jane (Greg) Howe. Loving grandma of Brian, Philip, Katelyn, Elyse, Kayla, Jessica, Amelia, Abigail, Lauren, Jon, Emily, Margaret and Molly. Great grandma of 4. Sister of Barbara Ahlbrand and the late Mary Fedke. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Visitation will take place on Mon. Jan. 21, 2019 at ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH 7821 W. Lincoln Ave. West Allis from 4pm until the time of memorial service at 6pm. Private family interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.

For over 35 years Sue volunteered as a manager of rummage sales to benefit Martin Luther High School. For many years, she did personal catering, providing unique and delicious hors d’oeuvres to parties in private homes.

Sue lived her Christian faith in all that she did. She had a servant heart and regularly put the needs of others ahead of her own. She was fun-loving, outgoing, always cheerful, and seldom missed an opportunity to tease. She loved taking her grandchildren to shows and outings and is dearly loved by all of them. Her extended family and her many friends will miss her caring, her stories, her laugh, her spunk, and her quick wit.

If so desired memorials to the Lutheran High School Association of Greater Milwaukee.

Heritage Funeral Home
4800 So. 84th St (414) 281-5533
Website and Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Judy Miokovich

My heart is full of good memories of Sue. I am so thankful for Sue and John’s friendship with my parents. I love you all. Judy Miokovich

aster

So sorry to hear of Sue’s death. We enjoyed her wonderful catering for years in so many homes for wonderful events as well as seeing her at the Skylight performances. She will be missed. She was a terrific lady. Patsy Aster

Janice Mathwig

Sue was a very special person and was a blessing to everyone that met her. She will never be forgotton. I know she is enjoying eternal life in Heaven with my sister Barbara Grunewald and many of our other loved ones . We will miss them here but will be looking forward to the day when we can join them. My sympathy to Sue’s family. Janice Mathwig

Carla Larson

Much love to John and the entire Gieschen family. Sue, always smiling, was so loving, caring, and generous. Wonderful memories throughout the years growing up with our familiesand again when you opened your home to me when I first moved to Wisconsin. Such a blessing to our families and everyone around her. Love you, Sue.

Kathy Ebert Boyd

It makes me happy thinking of her beautiful smile. She would light up every room she entered. Love to the entire Gieschen family.
(Kathy Ebert Boyd)

Andrea DiFebo

So glad this picture was included. Aunt Sue’s “First Pitch” to start the Cousin Bags Tournament. Thumbs up!:+1:

Elyse Peggar

GG Sue loved her great grandchildren! What a treat for them to know her.

David Lucht

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