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Susan Marie Grengs

  • On January 26, 2020
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Susan Marie Grengs (Gorsuch), age 73, formerly of Longmont, Colorado.  Beloved wife of Thomas A Grengs, Susan passed peacefully in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania on January 24, 2020.  Loving mother of Matthew (Estelle), Jonathan (Nicole), and Elizabeth (Joseph), she is survived by her husband and children, a sister, Barbara (Kenneth), three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

Susan will be remembered for her kindness, her laughter, and her generosity of spirit.  She loved music and dancing.  She embraced life’s journey with vitality and enthusiasm, and those she encountered were made better by the meeting.  She lived fully and with purpose, loved fiercely and totally, was moved by the beauty of wildflowers and mountain passes, and left this world for another, where, to be sure, she is welcomed by her mother, Virginia, her father, Tillson, her sister, Carol, and all of her family who have gone before her.

A celebration of Susan’s life is planned for friends and family in Longmont, Colorado this summer, 2020. Details to follow.

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2 Comments

Kristine Simpson
  • Jan 28 2020
We are so sad to hear of your loss. Sue played a very special part in the life of many people. She was truly loved and will surely will be greatly missed. There is a silver lining around this dark cloud. You know she is now with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in that beautiful place called Heaven! Oh happy day for Sue!! Please let us know when the celebration of Sue's life will be next summer. We'll hope to see you then. Love, Kris Simpson(Einig) and family
Brian and Barb Steege
  • Jan 30 2020
Dear Grengs and Gorsuch family, We are so sorry to hear about Sue. We lived next door (942 Spencer) to Virginia and Tilly and enjoyed their young at heart spirits and their precious little puppies. They loved their family and were fierce patriots and certainly instilled that love of both to their children. It was a delight to get to know Sue, Tom, Barb and to work with Ken at St. Vrain. My heart goes out to all of you for your loss. We would love to be included in the celebration of her life. Please know that we are thinking about you and praying for you as you grieve. Sue had such a happy spirit. Her spirit surely lives on. She will be with you always. Love, Barb and Brian Steege
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