In Memory of

Susie Strohbeen



 
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04/26/12 11:47 PM #1    

Bruce A. Pearson

Bummer, nice girl; knew her mostly in junior high (West)...bap


04/29/12 03:20 PM #2    

Susan C. Kladstrup

I'm so sorry.  I was looking forward to seeing you again.


05/17/12 07:44 PM #3    

Geoffrey C. Van Schepen

Wow, dido on Bruce;s comments. She was one of West's nicest & pretties girls for sure.

 

Schep 


05/25/12 08:27 PM #4    

Barbara J. Nyberg (Green)

Susie and I were close at West Jr.  We spent a lot of fun times together.  One day, we were riding on a banana seat bicycle and had an bike accident going into 7th grade.  I knocked my front teeth out and her mom cleaned me up and took me home to see my mom.

We use to do crazy stunts, thinking that we were in gymnastics.

This is really sad to hear that she has passed away. 

Love you. Susie.


08/16/12 06:14 PM #5    

Lee Bobier

My last memory of Susie was way back. I was home on leave in 1975 and raninto her here in town, almost did'nt know her. She was a kind hearted young lady who will be missed.


10/11/12 04:21 PM #6    

Scott E McGinty

Susan Strohbeen

Funeral service for Susan Linn Strohbeen, 52, Minneapolis, took place July 5, 2006 at Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home, Anoka. Rev. Bill Eaves officiated.

Strohbeen died June 29, 2006. She was born June 7, 1954 in Sioux City, Iowa, to Vincent Adolph and Nellie Belle (Olmstead) Strohbeen. She was a child psychologist at the Wilder Foundation.

She is survived by her mother, Nellie; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Interment was at St. Fridolin Cemetery, Champlin. Arrangements were by Thurston-Lindberg Funeral Home.


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