Susan Mathis
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Mathis, Susan Passed away peacefully May 2, 2014, at the age of 56. Survived by best friend and partner Judy Jerominski, loving mother Donna Mathis, brother John (Mary) Mathis, nieces Kimberly and Katlynn Mathis, and loving aunt Pat Mullaley. Sue is loved and will be remembered by her extended family and friends. Sue proudly served 26 ½ years with the U.S. Army and was currently employed at Johnson Controls. Special thanks for the care and compassion given to Sue by the surgical ICU staff at Froedtert Hospital. Gathering at the Krause Funeral Home on, Thursday, May 22, 3-7PM. Eulogy at 7PM followed by military honors. SUE IS IN THE ARMS OF THE ANGELS.


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Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on May 14, 2014.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
MAY
22
Memorial Gathering
03:00 - 07:00 PM
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May 20, 2014
It was a great pleasure to meet Sue during our MBA class. She was funny, tough, and determined. Praying for peace for the family, very sorry for your loss.
Kristina Bell
May 19, 2014
Sue,words cannot explain how much you will be missed,you were my friend and my sister, may you spread your wings and fly with the angels always looking and watching over us. Until we meet again my friend, we will all be missing you.
susan vrana
May 17, 2014
I have known Sue since high school where we played on a lot of sports teams together (and also otherwise had a ton of fun)! Sue was never, ever self-centered and always put others and their success and happiness first. She was someone you could confide in during the angst and drama of those teenage and college years. I won't forget the many trips we took together before she went overseas (and certainly appreciated her letting me crash with her during her Hawaii tour)! We lost touch a bit when she went overseas with the Army, but reconnected a few years ago. I was struck by how much Sue had remained the same - generous, honest, still going above and beyond to help others, and yes, still a lot of fun! I will miss you Sue, as will this earthly world. My heart goes out to Judy and the Mathis family.
Deb Winiarski
May 15, 2014
Sue I will always remember you, you were such a wonderful person with a HUGE heart. You are now our Angel watching over us. May you rest in peace now no more pain. LOVE YOU!!!
ANGELA VRANA
May 15, 2014
Our fun time in Vegas
Sue, I'll never forget you.
Pam Brown
May 14, 2014
Sue will forever be in our heart, may you be able to find peace. Our thoughts and prayers will always be with both Aunt Donna and Judy. Much love always. Mike, Sheila, Jacalyn and Danielle
Sheila Scott
May 14, 2014
Yes, Sue is with the angels. Their arms wrapped around her to keep her safe. Her laughter will always ring in our ears, her smile will always be with us. The fun times we have shared will be within our hearts. She was a compassionate, fun loving friend. She will be with us in memory always!
Love Chris and Shadow
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