This steady guy thing was a new thing in their lives. Dear Greg, Geoff, Jana, and Sarah, Sue was the essence of beauty, grace, love and strength. With deepest sympathy, Terry & Lynn To the family of my dear friend, Susie was my oldest and dearest friend and I will miss her deeply.I read again her article on the Masonic Care Center's website and more fully understand her approach to both the research and treatment of the breast cancer. I have so many fun memories of her and all our times together growing up in Hibbing and at UNC.I feel that the dentists have kept up with the latest technology - for example - we live in Texas six months a year and when I tell friends there about my one day crowns, they have no idea what I am talking about!No wonder I save my dental visits during the six months we are living "up north!Here, residents with memory loss live in comfort and safety, cared for by compassionate nurses and other specially trained staff who are skilled at accommodating changing routines, moods, and abilities.Singles and couples enjoy the privacy and comfort of their own studio, or one-bedroom apartment home, plus have at their disposal the shared common area that effortlessly encourages socializing and inclusive activities with neighbors and visitors.She was so proud of all of you - Greg, Geoff and Jana. I will remember her beautiful smile and she will be in my heart forever. Grcevich, Sue Age 59, of Apple Valley Died on July 12 With her loving family around her. She was an elementary school teacher for many years and worked with her husband Greg in his insurance business.
Despite the ceaseless attention, there remains a disarming humility about him.
Dear Gregg, Geoff and Jana, I was out of the country during the summer and just now learned about Sue's passing, but I still wanted to write to express my sadness.
As you may remember, I was a fifth grade teacher at Diamond Path Elementary in Apple Valley and taught first Geoff and then Jana in my class.
He fell on his back as the ball dropped effortlessly through the hoop, then scrambled in transition. The paralegal was a point guard herself in high school, part of the North Dakota state champ Devils Lake Satans.
In attendance at Lucas Oil Stadium that evening was Tyus’ mom, Debbie Jones.
We had some wonderful visits after we were married and had children.