Susan L. Eaton
Susan L. Eaton, nee Lofstrom, age 72, passed away on August 25, 2016 surrounded by the loving comfort of her daughter and son and family members. Loving mother of Diana Schreibman (Mayer) and William Mayer of Dallas (formerly Lake Forest, IL), proud grandmother of Eliza Schreibman. Dear sister of Joan (the late James) Sinadinos, and her brothers David (Mary) Lofstrom, Dr. Brian Lofstrom, and Michael Lofstrom. Dear aunt to Elizabeth (Thad) Driskell, Nicole (Rob) Lashbrook, and Bridget (Trevor) Tyrrell. Executive secretary for 7 yrs. at Abbott Labs in North Chicago, served 4 the foreign service, USAID in Africa (Niger and Rwanda) in the 90's. Only contestant to have won the Washington Post's neologism contest 3 times. Services to be held later; interment at All Saints Cemetery. Memorials to the American Lung Association.
Published by Chicago Tribune on Aug. 30, 2016.
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My deepest sympathy to the family of Susan. She will always be remembered for her kindness and caring for everyone in our 8th grade at IC. It's hard to accept the loss of such a wonderful person as Susan.
Lee Fahrner
September 23, 2016
What a sad yet grateful experience to remember Susie and especially read about her interesting and achieving life. Thanks to her family and all of you for keeping in touch.
Karen Cray Smith
September 4, 2016
OMG I had lost contact with her after the 50th Reunion. we kept in touch through the years and i had wondered what happened to her. I will always remember her doing the "hula" at one of the talent show. What a cute Cheerleader she was!!! I will treasure the numerous emails we shared that were funny and informative. Love you Susie and will always have the fond memories of what we shared.. you are gone but not forgotten. Deepest Condolences to her family :(
Diane Patterson
September 1, 2016
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