Suzanne Vieta
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VIETA, Suzanne

It is with a heavy heart that we mourn the passing of our mother on April 18, 2020 in Tucson Arizona (due to the Covid virus). She was able to hear from all of us by phone. Special thanks to nurse Debbie who held the phone to her ear and told us of how she reacted when we spoke. Three of mom's greatest accomplishments were #1 moving to Tucson where she loved the desert and all its beauty and, of course, the weather. #2 Being a driving force for the American Heart Association CPR in Braille for the blind program. #3 Having a role in starting 911 in Jackson County, Michigan - helping to save lives will never end for her.

Of course her truly greatest was raising our family to be the best we can be, giving our talents to those who need them and just being a great mom!

Suzanne was predeceased by husband, Norman; baby, Christopher and parents. Survived by children, Patricia (Thomas), Stephen (Jean) and Mark (Kathy); grandchildren, Jessica, Nicholas and Sarah and great-granddaughter, Morgan.

All who knew her should now celebrate that she is in peace and having a great time with dad, Henry and Katie and all the members of our family and friends in eternal rest and joy.

Peace be with all of you and stay safe and well.

Due to the Corona virus, no services are planned at this time. Remembrances may be made to a charity of your choice.




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Published in Arizona Daily Star on Apr. 26, 2020.
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April 28, 2020
I'm so sorry for the recent loss of your mom. I know that this is a very difficult time for you all. She lives in every memory you share. Treasure them...memories are forever. Love, Belle
Belle Vieta
April 25, 2020
I knew Sue from American Heart Association CPR. She was my instructor trainer way back in the 70's when I was a new nurse. Sue was dedicated to teaching CPR to others and really made an impression on me. So much so that I've never forgotten her. So sorry for your loss.
Vickie Raehtz
April 25, 2020
Steve, I'm sorry to hear about your mom, hope you are well. Peace.
Mike Levy
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