Susan Eagle, age 95, of Brampton, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 7, 2023.
Susan was born March 30, 1927, in Masonville, the daughter of Frank and Pauline Murray. Susan was a graduate of Rapid River Schools. She worked at Jacks Restaurant and the Bar BQ in Rapid River. When she was eighteen she went to work at the Venus Garment Factory in Escanaba and worked there until she married her husband John on December 2, 1950. Together they moved to Brampton.
In 1972, Susan went to work for the Gladstone Area Schools as custodian and kitchen help. She retired in 1997.
Her husband John preceded her in death in 1994. They had 9 children; sons Bryan (Jean) of Brampton, John (Laurel, deceased) of Gwinn, Peter (Becky) of Brampton, Allen (Diane) of Brampton, daughters Ginger (Gary Aper) of Perkins, Cynthia (David) VanDamme of Brampton who preceded her in death in 1979, Ann (Keith Wils) of Brampton, Gina Eagle of Anthem, AZ, and Victoria Eagle of Naples, FL. She is also survived by 3 generations of grandchildren.
Family will receive friends on Saturday, March 11, 2023 from 12 noon to 2 PM at the Skradski Funeral Home in Gladstone. Funeral services honoring Susan will be at 2 PM with Rev. Fr. William Ssozi officiating.
Ann Streichert - Escanaba, MI
Dear Ann & Keith
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you and your families in the loss of your Mother. May the memories you have be shared and enjoyed with all.
Friends, Ann Streichert
& Mike King
Kate sheedlo - Gladstone, Mi
So sorry for your loss. Many good memories of her. Rest In Peace aunt Susan..
Steve & Kate
Rev. Diane Cloutier Srutowski - Gladstone, MI
Pete and Becky,
You have my deepest condolences as you mourn the loss of your beautiful mom. You will continue to be in my prayers.
Susan - Aurora , Il
So Sorry Victoria, to hear of your Mothers passing. My thoughts and Prayers to you and your family.
Patrick Dwyer - Kingman, AZ
Aunt Susan was alway fun to visit and will be missed dearly.
Condolences to the families who suffered this lose of such a wonderful individual.
Elizabeth - Anthem, Az
My sweet, beautiful, feisty, stubborn but loving grandma. I’m going to miss you so very much. You made the best pancakes and you always were home and waiting for me with my favorite after school snacks. I loved spending every summer with you and watching cooking shows. You never missed your daily soaps & loved looking at all the birds that visited your feeders. Hudson will always remember his little grandma and know how much you adored him. I love you so much
Mary Decremer - Provincetown, Ma
Ginger, Annie, and Family,
Please, accept my deepest sympathy.
Victoria L Eagle - Naples, Fl
You were a great mom.
You gave us all so much love. You taught us morals , values, to be humble and kind.
You came to Wisconsin to be Alexandria’s Nanny-Grandma and were always there when I needed you. I got you on an airplane and a cruise ship with Micky Mouse. We spent hours watching Golden girls and Perry Mason and played many card games and marbles. We had lots of very special times and I will miss you dearly.
You will be forever in our hearts!
Peg Lippens-Harvey - Fairport, MI
Annie, Keith and family,
Deepest sympathy for the loss of your Mom. I remember her as a hard worker and conversations were always fun. May she rest in eternal peace. Prayers for the family.
Robert Nachtwey - Rapid River, MI
WE were very sorry to hear about your Mother Pete. we will keep her in our prayers
Candy elliott - Rock, Mi
Oh, Gramma Susan , we will all miss you so I think I first met you way back when you came to my beauty shop in Perkins to get your hair done. To think you had 9 children, what a big family in todays time. All that work and love!! And to live almost 30 years longer that your John. You went thru the pain of losing a beautiful daughter. You were a strong, faithful, Christian. I have so many wonderful memories, with Keith, Dave and Arnie and all their fishing, you and Annie and I and our casino runs. There are too many things to mention. But you had wonderful family and friends that loved you and we all know you are in God’s loving arms now. RIP Susan!