Susan Ann Krieg

Susan Ann Krieg

November 04, 1948 - May 27, 2016

Susan Ann Krieg

November 04, 1948 - May 27, 2016


Krieg, Susan
November 4, 1948 – May 27, 2016

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Susan Ann Krieg. Her hard fought
battle to overcome Primary Lateral Sclerosis ended peacefully at home with her family. Susan
was never one to give up. 35 years after leaving school she returned and completed her BA.
She then earned her teaching credential and was just beginning her lifelong dream of teaching
when she was struck with the devastating disease. She leaves behind Michael, her husband of
over 43 years, and their daughter, Elizabeth.

A Memorial Mass will be held at San Francisco Solano Church on June 15th at 10:00 AM,
followed by a ceremony at Ascension Catholic Cemetery.

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3 responses to Susan Ann Krieg

  1. Michael, it was a sad day for me when you informed me of Susan’s death. Given the terrible medical prison that was her fate and the suffering she had to endure, maybe this was the best ending that could be had. I also know that you took loving care for her during her last difficult years and am sure that Liz did her part as well. For that Susan will be with you and Liz forever. For the sacrifice you made and for your unconditional love, you are a very special person. My most sincere condolences go out to all.

  2. Almost every day we would see Susan race by on her exercise run– occasionally she would stop and have a glass of wine and a chat with us about her daughter or what she was working on. We could not believe how valiant she was in her struggle to survive. Our hearts go out to Mike and family suffering her loss. God bless you.

  3. Mike – we can’t adequately express our condolences to you and Liz. Bob and I had you on our minds throughout this whole process, and we are especially happy you and Bob could get together last month. Please come to the East coast any time. You are more than welcome to stay with us.

    My brother is a priest in Haiti, and I have asked him to include Sue in his daily Mass.

    Lots of love and prayers.

    Terri & Bob Brainred

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