Susan Biesinger Brearton
1949 - 2016
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1949 ~ 2016
Susan Biesinger Brearton, age 66, passed away on February 13, 2016 in West Valley City, Utah. She was born on November 10, 1949 in Salt Lake City to Jackson and Ione Biesinger. Susan loved art, poetry, singing and being a Mother and Nana.
She is survived by her children, Tori January, Sean Brearton, Teri King, Kris Brearton, Klint Brearton, Kasi Brearton and Shea Brearton; sister, Diane Connor; and 10 grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Ione Carman and father, Jackson Biesinger.
Graveside services will be held on Friday, February 19, 2016 at 11:00 AM at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, 3401 S. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City. In Lieu of flowers, please make donations to The Michael J. Fox Foundation.

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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune on Feb. 17, 2016.
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February 18, 2016
Although I believe I met her only once at Klint and Mary's wedding, I can only herald her for rearing her two children that I know: Teri who is gorgeous and talented and giving and lovely, and Klint, my nephew-in-law with whom I fell in love the first time Mary introduced him to me. She and I have been fighting for him ever since!. Always a smile, always pleasant, always working hard, always hilarious, always a good, very good, kind man. She did so well with these two, I am sure her other five children must be just as wonderful. Sorry I did not get to know you, Susan. I would loved to have know Klint's mom.
Karen Sermerseheim
February 18, 2016
So sorry to hear about Susan's passing. She always treated me like family. I remember her taking Sean & I to my first football game in a large stadium BYU VS Air Force, I was the only one rooting for Air Force.
I think we were in 6th grade or so. I also remember the annual Brearton garage sales, these were a 3 or 4 day event that started on a Wednesday or Thursday and went until Saturday. She baked snicker doodles, Chocolate Crinkles & chocolate chip this was a fun time. Remember the good times!
Sincerely,
Thad Eldredge
Thad Eldredge
February 18, 2016
So sorry to hear about Susan's passing. She always treated me like family I will always remember that. I will share a few memories that come to mind . One she took Sean & me to a BYU VS Air force football game which was my first time being in the BYU stadium, I think we were maybe 6th grade or so we had a blast that day. I was the only one rooting for Air Force. Also I remember the annual Brearton garage sales that your mom coordinated. This was like a 3 or 4 day event it would start on like a Wednesday or Thursday & go through Saturday. Susan would bake snicker doodles, chocolate crinkles & chocolate chip. I would purchase quite a few of these cookies!

Remember the good times

Sincerely

Thad Eldredge
February 17, 2016
I went to high school with Susan. She was so sweet and as I read what she wrote in my yearbook, it saddens me to know she has passed away. God bless all of you at this time.

Rhea Smith
Rhea Smith
February 16, 2016
First, my deepest sympathy to her 7 children Tori, Teri, Sean, Christopher, Clinton, Kasi and Shea and to her loving sister and my beautiful mom, Diane.
I have many fond memories of my Aunt Susan. She was a lady I idolized growing up. I spent a great amount of time with her in my youth. She was such an amazing woman that set a wonderful example to me as I grew up. She was a very inspirational woman that taught me so much with her many amazing and endless talents and her loving guidance as a sister, wife, aunt, mother and friend. Her beauty was breathtaking in my eyes, both, inside and out. She showed love and kindness to everybody she came across. I cannot begin to say how very much I admired her, learned from her and loved her. She taught me many skills in those days, that I have used and continue to use in my life today. I haven't been able to see her much in later years, with regret, but she was an amazing woman that touched my life with so many wonderful and loving qualities. I don't think there are many days in which she hasn't come upon my mind with loving thoughts and memories. I only wish I could have had one last opportunity to tell her what she meant to me. Still young and gone to soon, I will miss her very much and always remember and keep those memories tucked away in my heart, forever. Until we meet again, I love you, my dearest, beautiful Aunt. So much love, forever and always, your niece, Kim

Kim Olson, Clearfield , Utah
February 16, 2016
Kim Olson
February 16, 2016
Tara Haslam
February 16, 2016
We are so sorry for your loss. It was always so fun to play Catchphrase with Sue at your house on New Year's Eve. She had been through a lot and now she is at peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family!! We love you all!!
Tara Haslam
February 16, 2016
We will all miss Sue and I hope her soul is at peace.
Eileen CURTIS
February 16, 2016
I Love you all so much and I am so Proud of all of you, You did a wonderful job of preparing everything for your mother's Funeral. I will miss her dearly, so many things I remember from childhood with her. Know that she Loved each one of you with all her heart. Love Aunt Diane
Diane Connor
February 16, 2016
We have so many fond memories of Sue and the kids. Our love goes out to each of you. We are so sorry for your loss. Please know we are thinking of you.
Greg and Cindy Shoop
February 16, 2016
Thoughts and prayers to you and your family, Tori! I'm very sorry for your loss and I love you dearly!
Alisha George
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