Susan “Sue” Humbert, retired, died peacefully on January 25th 2021 at St. Williams living center in Parkers Prairie Minnesota. Susan is survived by her Husband Randy; Her children William (Wife Amanda), Joseph, Elizabeth (Husband Thomas); Her Grandchildren, Tyler and Samuel; Her sister Margaret; Her nieces, Billie Jo (Husband John) and Dianne (Husband Mike, Daughter Sydney); Her nephew Kevin.
Susan is Preceded by her parents, Wilfred and Lucille; Brother William (Wife Susie); and Sister Mary Jane; Grandparents Emma and Tim, and Joseph and Mary.
Susan was born in St. Cloud hospital on June 2nd 1955 to Wilfred and Lucille Ertl. She enlisted in the Navy August 1973 and was honorably discharged in August 1976. Susan graduated the medical transcription program in 1996.
Susan Married Randy Humbert on March 20th 1982 in Watkins Minnesota and spent nearly 39 years in wedded bliss. Susan was graced with 3 children; William, born April 7th 1986; Joseph, born January 26th 1989; Elizabeth, born May 10th 1990. She had 2 grandchildren; Tyler, born November 16th 2000; and Samuel, born October 23 2009.
Susan was the best Mom and Granny to her children and grandchildren. She was always there when any of her children needed her and never hesitated to lend a hand. She enjoyed spending time with her family and cherished the moments where everyone could gather. She enjoyed cooking for her family and was always amazing at it. During holidays she would make up a grand smorgasbord that could feed the entire family for the next week. She always made sure that everyone had something to enjoy even if they were a picky eater. She held a special tradition of making Sunday brunch for her family every week and served pancakes that couldn’t be beat.
Susan enjoyed reading, crochet, and quilting. Her quilts are truly works of art. She filled her family’s homes with many beautiful quilts that she liked to say were hugs from her. She enjoyed going to quilt shows with her husband and picking out fabrics for her next project. She enjoyed making the yearly Halloween costumes by hand for her children and grandchildren. She had a creative soul and produced many beautiful things. She enjoyed watching ghost programs and cooking programs on TV.
Susan was a wonderfully compassionate role model for everyone that knew her. She was always willing to lend a helping hand and accepted everyone without judging them.
Susan shall be missed by everyone that knew her and will be in all of our hearts.
Visitation shall be held at the Evansville Senior Center on Monday, February 1st from 2-5.
Graveside committal service with military honors will be held at a later date at the Mound Grove Cemetery of Evansville.
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