Susan Lueken 1934– 2021 Susan Lueken, age 86, entered her eternal life and delight on January 7th, 2021 after fighting cardiovascular disease and cancer. She was preceded in death by her moms and dads, Fred and Mae Schott, and her sis, Maryellen Wightman. She is made it through and adoringly kept in mind by her devoted spouse, Jim; her son, Jeffrey Lueken and daughter-in-law, Pamela (Bielefeldt) Lueken; her child, Michael Lueken and daughter-in-law, Julie (Cohill) Lueken; her grandchildren, Samuel Lueken, Abigail Lueken, James (Alexa) Lueken, Sarah Lueken and Isabelle Lueken; her great-granddaughter, Scarlett Lueken; her nieces, Barbara (Wightman) Huffman and Sandra (Wightman) Wallin; nieces, nephews, other loved ones and friends.
Sue was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. She got her high school diploma at Greenbrier College for Women in West Virginia, where she served two years as class president. On December 31, 1959, she wed Jim Lueken in San Francisco, California with whom she spent the next 61 years constructing a terrific life and family. They transferred to Racine, Wisconsin in 1964 and remained there up until retiring to Surprise, Arizona in 1997 where they have actually lived since.
Sue was a lifelong sports fan and devoted golf enthusiast. Early in life she was an impassioned fan of the Ohio State football Buckeyes and enjoyed going to house games with her daddy. After relocating to Wisconsin, she became an animated fan of the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Milwaukee Brewers. Her primary passion, nevertheless, was people. She had a stunning and deactivating smile. She constantly found little methods to dignify and encourage those she encountered, whether good friend or complete stranger. Throughout her life she had a steady commitment to her household. Constantly all set with words of support or assistance to those she enjoyed, she left a lasting legacy of genuine love. Her long and satisfying marriage to Jim marked her kids and leaves an extensive example to her grandchildren.
Take legal action against was a devoted follower of Jesus Christ. She liked to study the Bible and be challenged by it. Her wish to the very end was that the culmination of her life here was the start of life forever with the God she so deeply enjoyed.
At a later time, there will be a personal service for the household to honor Sue's memory. The family wishes to thank Hospice of the Valley and Grandview Terrace for their kind and compassionate care. In lieu of flowers, the household suggests memorial contributions be sent out to: Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85014 or contribute online at: https://www.hov.org/donate/
Published by Racine Journal Times on Jan. 17, 2021.