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Susan Kay (Eken) Brockert

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Susan Kay (Eken) BROCKERT November 27, 1966 ~ May 24, 2011 Susan Kay Brockert, loving daughter of Jean and Jack Eken; loving mother to Madeline and Jacob Brockert; loving sister to David Eken, Marie Eken, Faye Eken, Lori (Clint) Combs, and Donna Eken; loving aunt to Winston Eken, Kyle and Kalei Combs; and loving team member to her work family at Bensussen Deutsch & Associates, Inc.(BDA). Susan was born in Spokane, but raised and schooled in Bellevue. She graduated from Newport H.S. in 1985. Susan continued her studies at the U. of W. graduating with a B.A in Sociology in 1990. It was there that she met and married Joseph Brockert (married 1989-2004). Their marriage produced two beautiful children, Madeline and Jacob Brockert. Susan loved her family, her work, and her life. She traveled, read much, played many sports, loved to shop, talked with many, and was a vital caring person. Her work family at BDA allowed her to shine. She was truly seen, validated and deeply appreciated in her work. It was at BDA that Susan's special gifts to the world were nurtured and respected. She began work with BDA in 1996 and progressed in 2010 to a position with CPD Product Development Operations. She was twice nominated for their Circle of Excellence award, received Sales Coordinator of the Year in 2008. Susan is survived by her mom, all her siblings, her daughter Madeline (16) and son Jacob (10), many aunts, uncles, cousins, and other family members too numerous to mention; and her work family at BDA. Susan's family wishes to personally thank Eric Bensussen, Jay Deutsch, Rick Rayl and the rest of the people at BDA for all their support, assistance, and caring while dealing with this tremendous loss. The family is in deep gratitude for all that has been done. In lieu of flowers, charitable contributions can be made to the Jacob and Madeline Brockert Trust c/o Bank of America. www.curnowfuneralhome.com
Published in The Seattle Times from May 29 to June 5, 2011
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